Madness also applies to football in Paris

Madness also applies to football in Paris

With bated breath. So the world is facing new terrorist barbarity executed in Paris. When we wrote this, numbers continue to rise victims in Paris. The beautiful French city, one of the world capitals, He has suffered one of the worst blows in its history with up 7 attacks in different parts of the city, one of them, around Sant Denis stadium where they played France and Germany.

A friendly match of preparation for the next European Championship will be played next summer in France precisely. Definitely, This is also a warning to the envite presented next year but that, It is another matter. A match, that despite everything and despite clearly heard one of the explosions in the middle of the game, It ended with a victory 2-0 France over Germany, a party that has spent a fifth plane.

Gignac scored for France and dedicated to fans of Tigers. That was overshadowed in a fatal night in France. Photo: espn.com
Gignac scored for France and dedicated to fans of Tigers. That was overshadowed in a fatal night in France. Photo: espn.com

The images of the public who filled the stadium on grass, unable to leave the field and the barbarity of death after several attacks such as the Bataclan hall, and notorious, We definitely lead you to believe that this world has gone mad in a very sad sad night where events like this party that won France or Argentina-Brazil being played, They go long for a Hanged for football like us. Even the French president had to be taken for the safety of French stage.

Precisely the refereeing quartet for this match was Spanish., we convey our condolences and encouragement to French people. Nothing in this world can justify an awful lot like what happened in Paris where terror has reached levels not seen in a long time.

People had to wait in the grass waiting to be evacuated. The terrorist came to football madness.
People had to wait in the grass waiting to be evacuated. The terrorist came to football madness.

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