February 9, 2023

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Qatar World Cup 2022, today’s news – Football

to me World Cup in Qatar The march towards the final scheduled for Sunday starts at 4.00pm and in return they will findArgentina messi, Who beat Croatia in the semi-finals and the France Mbappewhich was yesterday Put an end to the dream of Morocco. Argentina will try to win the title they last won in Mexico in 1986, and Transalpines will go in search of a resurgence after success in 2018. The final is expected on Saturday before the third-place match between Croatia and Morocco.

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France – Morocco One hundred arrests in Brussels

Police arrested about 100 people during last night’s riots Brussels At the end of the game France – Morocco. The detainees are accused of disturbing public security, damaging two police vehicles and illegal possession of fireworks, as reported by the Belgian agency, quoting the police this morning. Part of the streets in the center of the Belgian capital were closed before the meeting and the police were deployed in force. The riots that followed the match between France and Morocco in Antwerp were also captured.

France, in Montpellier, a boy died after being hit by a car during celebrations

A boy died at night MontpellierIt was hit by a car during the qualifying celebrations France in the World Cup Final. And the French authorities stated in a statement that the person behind the wheel of the car had fled, while “the car was found near the scene of the accident and was impounded,” explaining that “the investigations are proceeding in full swing.” The accident victim, who was taken to hospital, died shortly after undergoing initial medical treatment. According to deputy Nathalie Auzeol as she indicated on Twitter, “The events took place in the popular neighborhood of La Paide, while the victim was 14 years old. This sporting event ends in absolute tragedy,” she added.

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Mbappe consoles Hakimi: “I made history”

“Don’t be sad brother. Everyone is proud of what you did, you made history.” Thus, on his social accounts, FW France Kylian Mbappe He wanted to comfort his friend and fellow club (at Paris Saint-Germain) Ahraf Hakimi After, after France’s victory over Morocco in the World Cup semi-finals.

Biden sees Morocco as prime minister in the semi-finals

“It was a great honor to witness the World Cup match with Moroccan Prime Minister Akhannouch,” he added. The President of the United States wrote on Twitter: Joe BidenHe published the picture depicting the leader with stars and stripes alongside Aziz Akhannouch while watching the France-Morocco match. “It doesn’t matter who you’re rooting for, it’s been extraordinary to see how far this team can go,” Biden added, congratulating the first African team in history to be able to reach the semi-finals of the tournament.