Irish pubs celebrated Harry Kane’s missed penalty as France qualified for the World Cup semi-finals
The penalty kick missed by the English striker Harry Kane In the quarter-final match of Qatar World Cup 2022 Against France was celebrated not only in Paris, but also in the Irish lands. Different Pubs celebrated in Ireland The English Premier League striker Spurs has ruled in a territorial dispute that also extends to football.
neighbors and competitors
In the many videos posted on social networks, it can be seen how many young people who were at that place in a pub in Ireland shouted as if it was a bit of their team, Kane missed a penalty kick against the current world champion, the last Saturday December 10, in a match Quarterfinals of Qatar World Cup 2022.
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With anticipation and looking at the television screens, the pub audience waited for the result of the error that was said in favor of the English 8 minutes after the end of the match, when the score was 2-1 in favor of the French. This fact meant an opportunity for the English to go to the extras. However, after Kane’s fiasco, she didn’t wait for the diners’ uproar.
As mentioned, the territories that make up the British Isles experience strong regional rivalries, especially states England and Ireland. These two countries plus Scotland and Wales make up the United Kingdom. All of these countries have separate soccer teams.
Since football tournaments with home teams had already been taking place in these countries since before FIFA was founded, the football regulatory body made an exception and allowed UK countries to register and participate with separate football teams, while respecting their traditions.
Harry Kane: “Of course it hurts”
Going back to the co-star of this story, the striker Harry Kane He revealed his frustration and anger at the missed penalty against the French, which could have meant the match was extended to extra time in Qatar World Cup 2022.
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“Of course it hurts (missing a penalty), not only for me but for everyone involved. But this is football, this is a sport, sometimes it’s time not to get discouraged.”
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