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MOSCOW, November 19 (Itar-Tass) — Goalkeeper of the Moscow football club Dynamo Anton Shunin continues the medical treatment at home, the press service of Dynamo Moscow told Itar-Tass on Monday. Shunin is prescribed with antibiotics, eye drops and special balms.
The athlete was injured in the explosion of the flare at a match of the 16th round of the Russian Premier League with Zenit St. Petersburg. The incident occurred in the 37th minute of the game’s first half. The goalkeeper was hospitalized, the match held in the Moscow regional town of Khimki was stopped. The doctors diagnosed that the footballer got cornea, eyelid and conjunctiva burns of both eyes and the post-traumatic otitis of the right ear.
Shunin can go on the pitch only in ten days. However, the exact date for him to resume his trainings will be made public after the repeated medical examination.