- Shabab Alordan vs Amman met on Sunday, October 13, in the last game of the season in Jordan
- Alordan emerged champions of the West Asian Women's League after the match
- An unnamed Amman player was however protected from her hair been seen in the match
Shabab Alordan have been crowned champions of the West Asian Women's League after their final game against Amman on Sunday, October 13.
But an hilarious moment happened before the end of the encounter when an unnamed Amman player wearing an hijab was trying to dribble her opponents.
In the course of her trying to take the ball away from Shabab Alordan's players, she got a slight knock on the face and she went down on the ground.
It can be seen in the video that the Amman player protected her hair from being seen by the fans at the stands.
And surprisingly, Shabab Alordan players showed her some respect by huddling up around the Amman player so as to protect her hair from showing.
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