The group matches of the first day of the World Cup in Qatar continue. Switzerland is currently facing Cameroon, Thursday, November 24, in group G, before the entry into the running of Neymar’s Brazil, against Serbia, at the end of the day (8 p.m.) in the same group. Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal start against Ghana in Group H at 5 p.m., while Uruguay’s Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani enter the competition against South Korea at 2 p.m. Follow our live.
The Minister of Sports encourages the Blues to use “their spaces of freedom”. While the controversy surrounding the banning of “One Love” armbands continues unabated, Amélie Oudéa-Castéa calls on the France team to use the “spaces of freedom” that remains for “continue to express its commitment to human rights”.
“Excessive” criticism of Qatar, according to Noël Le Graët. The president of the French Football Federation, Noël Le Graët, ruled on RTL on Wednesday that the criticism against Qatar was “excessive”. “But you know, in France we like to be a little excessive on a lot of issues”he added.
A Belgian minister wears the “One Love” armband alongside Gianni Infantino. Belgian Foreign Minister Hadja Lahbib wore the armband in the gallery “One Love”, during the victory of the Red Devils against Canada on Wednesday. She was seated in the gallery alongside, in particular, the president of Fifa, Gianni Infantino. The latter threatened to sanction the teams whose captains would wear this inclusive armband.