A health crisis in the Iraqi city of Basra has claimed an unexpected victim — a top football club from Baghdad is 10 players down and unable to kick off the new season.The Al-Hussein team traveled 600 kilometers (370 miles) south to play Naft Al-Junoob in the Iraqi Premier League, but players were hospitalized by polluted water.The water crisis in oil-rich Basra province has put 60,000 people in hospital since mid-August, according to the provincial council for human rights.According to the administrative manager Fadhel Zaghir,the visiting club had taken precautions ahead of Monday’s fixture,  — but to little avail.