Al-Sheikh released the video while he was playing with the former head of the Saudi Al-Nasr Club, Saud Al-Suwailem, saying: “In minor riots … a new TV pandora and we will return. We will continue the match … but the match is not over.”
The owner of the Spanish club Almeria seemed angry after the Al-Swailem goal scored in the net, as he threw the television screen with the playing device or hand, repeating “the hand is a dagger.”
The “Playstation” match was part of a challenge between the Al-Sheikh family and the Al-Suwailem family, announced by Turki Al-Sheikh a few days ago with the aim of supporting the “Good Housing” charitable initiative.
Earlier, Al-Sheikh released a video of Barcelona star Lionel Messi to interact with the event.
Others also interacted with the reality of the television screen smash, including Saudi football star Sami Al-Jaber.