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vast boycott in Germany, Neymar deprived of his dedication to Bolsonaro

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Every day, “l’Obs” tells you about the daily life and the strangeness of the World Cup in Qatar, which began on November 20. This World Cup of all the controversies – environmental cost, flouted human rights, bereaved construction sites, suspicions of corruption – takes place in an unprecedented atmosphere. Hour by hour, follow behind the scenes of the competition of all excesses and find our reports and decryptions in our special file.

11 a.m. – An Amnesty clip on Belgian TV

Images of national trauma. The king and queen collapsed in the stands of Saint Petersburg. During Belgium’s 1-0 victory over Canada, Belgian viewers were able to see an Amnesty International spot denouncing the World Cup in Qatar: “Football is sometimes unfair, cruel and painful”comments the NGO on tearful images of… the defeat against the France team in the 2018 semi-final.

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10 a.m. – Today’s program

Four matches are scheduled today to complete the first round of the group phase warm-up: Switzerland – Cameroon at 11 a.m., Uruguay – South Korea at 2 p.m., Portugal – Ghana at 5 p.m. and Brazil – Serbia at 20 hours.

The opportunity to observe the entry into the running of two Portuguese-speaking superstars: Cristiano Ronaldo, for his last World Cup at 37, and PSG striker Neymar, who had promised to dedicate his first goal to… Jair Bolsonaro, in the event of victory for the latter – the outgoing Brazilian president had in particular been of great moral support during the accusations of rape and tax evasion affecting the Seleçaõ striker. “The Cup is near. It would be really wonderful, Bolsonaro re-elected, Brazil champion and everyone happy., said Neymar at the end of October. It’s grated.

9 a.m. – The Germans shun their TV

Only 9.23 million Germans (59.7% market share) followed Germany’s defeat against Japan (2-1) on Wednesday afternoon for the Mannschaft’s first match at the World Cup in Qatar, audiences are down sharply compared to 2018 on the public television channel ARD, and less than 10 million people, according to the channel. Four and a half years ago, the Germans’ first game in Russia against Mexico (1-0 defeat), when they were reigning world champions, attracted nearly 26 million viewers and more than four Germans on five in front of their television (81.6% market share).

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Across the Rhine, where calls to boycott the World Cup in Qatar have been very numerous, audiences since the start of the World Cup have been in free fall. The opening match was watched on Sunday afternoon by only 6.2 million viewers (less than 30% market share) on the other public channel ZDF, compared to 10 million in 2018.

In France, the good audience of the first match of the Blues (12.5 million viewers for the victory against Australia on Tuesday) is also to be put into perspective, notes this morning “le Parisien”, who underlines that it is the first time since 2010 that the market share fell below 50% for a first game for Les Bleus in major competition.

8 a.m. – These ministers who taunt Fifa

Belgian Foreign Minister Hadja Lahbib not only attended the victory of the Red Devils against Canada on Wednesday evening: she wore the armband for the occasion in the stands. ” One Love “, denied to Belgium and other European selections. Hadja Lahbib was present in the grandstand of the al-Rayyan stadium alongside, in particular, the president of Fifa, Gianni Infantino.

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“Gianni Infantino explained to me why he had chosen not to allow the Red Devils to wear a ‘One Love’ armband, according to Fifa rules. These rules do not apply in the stands, I took off my jacket and presented my armband”, she explained at the microphone of RTBF. German Interior Minister Nancy Faeser also appeared in the stands with this armband during Germany’s match against Japan, scheduled earlier today at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha.

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