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A soccer player who collapsed during a match in Croatia was yellow-carded by a referee for diving, despite the fact he was dead.
32-year-old defender Goran Tunjic, who reportedly had no health problems, collapsed after a fatal heart attack in the 35th minute of a fifth division match between Mladost FC and Hrvatski Sokol, the Croatian Times reports.
The referee yellow carded Tunjic for taking a dive but then realised he wasn't faking and called the medical unit to the field.
The player was taken to a hospital but could not be revived."Doctors have tried to help him, but there was nothing they could do", a club representative told daily newspaper Vecernji List.
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