English giant coup in live broadcast against Fifa’s strange decision – now hailed by everyone: “What a hero!”

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Seven nations in the World Cup have wanted to wear a rainbow colored captain’s armband with the message “One Love”.
But ahead of England’s opening match on Monday, it was banned by Fifa.
However, the bandage would – somewhat unexpectedly – ​​appear elsewhere.

When England face Iran in the two teams’ opening matches on Monday, it was supposed that the English captain Harry Kane would wear a rainbow colored captain’s armband with the message “One Love”, something that a total of seven nations planned during the championship.

The bandage is prohibited

But just hours before kick-off came the news that Fifa is banning teams from wearing the captain’s armband, and when Harry Kane changed the pitch on Monday afternoon, it was nowhere to be seen. At least not on the field itself, as Fifa announced that the players who possibly use the bandage risk a yellow card even before kick-off.

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England’s Jude Bellingham, left, celebrates his side’s first goal during the World Cup group B soccer match between England and Iran at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha, Qatar, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022. (AP Photo/Abbie Parr) ARX138

However, the bandage appeared elsewhere. Specifically on the arm of Alex Scott in the British BBC’s pre-match broadcast. Scott has made 140 A caps for the England national team, and she is now widely praised for her actions.

Now highly acclaimed

On social media, many users call her a hero after the decision to wear the bandage in the live broadcast.

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Alex Scott offers a huge coup in the live broadcast at the BBC. PHOTO: Twitter