‘Misunderstanding’ led to Sheikh snub of feminine Membership World Cup officers

‘Misunderstanding’ led to Sheikh snub of feminine Membership World Cup officers

Qatar have launched an announcement to say {that a} misunderstanding led to Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad Al Thani not bumping fists with feminine officers on the Membership World Cup.

Bayern Munich beat Tigres 1-Zero within the last and after the sport officers had been introduced with medals for his or her participation.

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A video subsequently went viral which appeared to indicate the Sheikh fist bumping with a male official however not the feminine ones.

“Through the awards ceremony on the last recreation of the FIFA Membership World Cup 2020, there was a minor misunderstanding as medals had been handed to the match officers,” the statement mentioned.

“To restrict the chance of spreading the COVID-19 virus, there have been strict protocols in place and everybody concerned within the match was strongly suggested to keep away from bodily contact.

“On this occasion, the misunderstanding arose from the notion that three of the match officers didn’t wish to conduct the customary ‘fist bump’ with His Excellency Sheikh Joaan bin Hamad Al Thani, which was in fact their proper.

“When seen in its entirety, it’s clear from the footage that this was a easy misunderstanding and there was no intention to offend. The choice to interact in any type of bodily contact stays a private desire for all gamers, coaches and referees, and is revered by all concerned within the organising committee for this match and subsequent yr’s FIFA World Cup.”

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