After Cristiano Ronaldo’s thinly veiled dig at the media, FIFA has promised to crack down on journalists who take selfies during press conferences.
In the mixed areas of stadiums, reporters have been observed snapping selfies with football players, including the former star of Manchester United.
Fifa have vowed to start crɑcking down on selfies in the mixed zoneCredit: Twitter / @Titouanlrt
Some journalists are superfans of Ronaldo’sCredit: Win Sports
This Colombian journalist, Eduardo Luis López, has a striking Ronaldo haircutCredit: Win Sports
He might just be his number-one fan full stopCredit: Win Sports
Ronaldo has scored one goal so far this World CupCredit: Getty
And now the World Cup’s governing body will take action against press members who break new rules.
Record report that Fifa has put up posters and made it abundantly clear that it is forbidden to film, take photographs or pose for selfies in the zone after Ronaldo’s dig.
Portugal ace Ronaldo took issue with the act after the game between his nation and Ghana.
As he walked through the zone, he said: “Journalists just want to take pictures now, they don’t ask questions.”
Reasons why Brazil lost to Croatia, Neymar wɑrned teammates but no one listened
In the waning minutes of the match, Neymar pleaded with his teammates to put more of their attention on defense than than offense; but, he was unsuccessful.
The score was 1-1 after 117 minutes of play in the quarterfinal match between Brazil and Croatia at the World Cup. O Globo reported that Neymar was irate about the situation. Even though there were only a few minutes left in the game, the Brazilians did not stop attacking when they were in the lead. As a direct consequence of this, they gave Croatia the opportunity to draw level through a counterattack.
“No need to ascend. Maintain position. The score is 1-0 with four minutes remaining; what will you do? “Neymar was cited by O Globo as saying following the aforementioned goal,. The PSG forward was quite displeased with the Brazilian player’s naivete in that situation. They could have played more slowly and possessed the ball more often to maintain the 1-0 advantage.
The equalizer had a psychological effect on the Brazilian players. Rodrygo and Marquinhos both missed their penalty kicks. According to Brazilian media, Neymar was “Selecao’s” sixth scorer. In the fourth attempt, however, Orsic completed the objective but Marquinhos did not.
After the match, Neymar stated that it was unlikely that he would continue to play for his country in international competition. Neymar has stated that he cannot guarantee anything regarding his future with the Brazilian national team. “I cannot guarantee anything,” he remarked. “I am still confused as to the reason(s) why I was eliminated. My thoughts are still all over the place, and I don’t know what to say because of that. I need some time to consider what options will be beneficial not only for me but also for the national team. I won’t be closing the door just yet, but the thought has crossed my mind. not a promise of return of one hundred percent.
According to the figures provided by FIFA, Neymar was able to tie Pele’s record of 77 goals with the goal he scored against Croatia. On the other side, the Brazilian Football Federation (CBF) asserted that Pele actually scored 95 goals for his country during his time playing for them.
Neymar, on the other hand, is not bothered with the scoring record that was mentioned earlier. He told them, “It’s time to go home, mourn the loss, and accept defeat.”
Neymar may retire from the Brazilian national team
After the loss to Croatia in the quarterfinals of the 2022 World Cup at daybreak on December 10, the PSG forward confessed it is unlikely he will continue to contribute to the national squad (Hanoi time).
Neymar’s irate response came after the home team was defeated on penalty kicks from 11 meters, and he stated, “I can’t guarantee anything” about his future with the Brazilian national team, the PV. “I am still confused as to the reason(s) why I was eliminated. My thinking is still all over the place, and I have no new ideas to offer.
The attacker, who is 30 years old, stated that it would be premature for him to say that this is the end of his time with the national team of the Philippines, but he could not promise anything else. I need some time to think about what would be the best course of action not only for me but also for the national team. I won’t lock the door, but I also can’t guarantee that I’ll come back in a timely manner.
Neymar was one of the Brazilian athletes who cried the most after learning that his national team, the “Selecao,” had been disqualified from the 2022 World Cup. The striker, who was born in 1992, has given hints that he may compete in his final game in the World Cup in Qatar in 2022.
Neymar commented on the loss by saying, “It just seems like a nightmare the whole time.” “What is taking place right now is incomprehensible. The void that this loss creates will be difficult to fill. I would want to take this opportunity to thank all of the Brazilian fans. In football, when things are how they are right now, anything is still conceivable.
Neymar offered some words of encouragement to Rodrygo after the latter player missed his first penalty kick. The attacker for PSG stated that the victim “acknowledged culpability and wanted to take the penalty.” “He is a brave man, but he won’t undertake there alone,” she said. He enjoys the backing of the entirety of the team.
The former Barcelona striker came close to achieving legendary status after scoring an astonishing opening goal in the 105+1st minute of the first extra time of the World Cup 2022. This goal almost helped Brazil advance to the quarterfinals of the tournament. In addition to that, he tied Pele, who is known as the “King of Football,” with 77 goals scored for the team. Pele is credited with scoring 95 goals for the Brazilian national team, according to the Brazilian Football Federation (CBF), but FIFA later challenged these records.
Neymar was hesitant to disclose the record that had been previously stated for his scoring total. He claimed that the loss suffered by Croatia had left him feeling extremely depressed. He told them, “It’s time to go home, mourn the loss, and accept defeat.”