Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu injured his leg during a soccer match with Jewish and Arab youth.
Netanyahu pulled a tendon in his leg during the Monday afternoon game in Jerusalem, Walla! News reported. The prime minister slipped on the grass, rose and continued to play and scored a goal, according to Walla!
Netanyahu’s personal physician, Dr. Tzvi Berkowitz, examined the prime minister and diagnosed the pulled tendon, according to the news website. The injury caused the postponement of a Likud Party meeting.
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