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Controversy In World Cup After Details Emerge Claiming French Players Were Poisoned Before Finals

This year's World Cup edition has been nothing short of entertaining. Providing toe-curling moments from the group stages up until the finals, shocking world cup defeats and exits for teams that were predicted to be this year's favorites. Highlights moments such as Aboubakar's goal and dramatic red card against Brazil and also Suarez's tears after they were sent home despite defeating Ghana Surprisingly, the Ghanaians were happier to see Suarez cry and Uruguay get knocked out, despite their own team losing their match and also being sent home. As Africans, how can we forget Morocco's golden performance that almost made us believe that an African team was going to lift the trophy?

On the ugly side, the World Cup has had its fair share of bad publicity and controversial moments. These range from allegations of bribing by Qatari authorities so as to host the World Cup to claims of migrant worker deaths and mistreatment during the building of the stadiums. expensive tickets and costly drinks. to the shameful trolling of a 9-year-old Moroccan girl who was cyberbullied for mocking Ronaldo after their World Cup defeat by Morocco in the quarterfinals.

But one Piers Morgan has created the controversy of the tournament by claiming that French players were delibrately poisoned before the semi-finals and finals. His claims come after five French players were knocked down by the Camels virus, leading to some missing the matches. Among those affected were Adrian Rabiot, Konate, Raphael Verane, Upemecano, and Dayot. If these claims are true, it means someone intentionally sabotaged the French team.

It should be noted that France went ahead to play the finals in a highly entertaining clash that saw a show of class between Messi and Mbappe. But in the end, the G.O.A.T. reigned supreme when Argentina defeated Les Bleus 4-2 on post-match penalties.


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