After Morocco’s World Cup loss, a child is hit by a car in Montpellier in a shocking incident

After Morocco’s World Cup loss, a child is hit by a car in Montpellier in a shocking incident

A shocking video has emerged depicting the moment a teenager was struck and murdered as a French-flag-bearing vehicle attempted to flee a throng of Moroccan fans after his team’s World Cup loss yesterday night.This is the moment a panicked French driver tried to make a quick getaway when the car was set upon by what appeared to be Moroccan fans and ran down a teenager, killing him

The 14-year-old child and a big number of individuals suspected to be Moroccan sympathizers attempted to remove a French flag from a white hatchback on Montpellier’s Rue de la Mosson.

Video video uploaded on Twitter depicts the driver scrambling and attempting to evade the fans before doing a U-turn through the mob.

In the confusion and commotion of the throng, the adolescent became entangled beneath the wheels, sustaining grave injuries. Authorities verified that he was transported to a hospital, where he eventually passed away.The boy and the group of what are believed to be Morocco supporters, rip a French flag away from a car on the Rue de la Mosson in Montpellier

This is the moment a scared French driver attempted to flee after being attacked by what appeared to be Moroccan supporters and ran over and killed a teenager.

A French flag is ripped from a car on Montpellier’s Rue de la Mosson by a youngster and a group of others presumed to be Morocco supporters.

The frightening video, which was released to Twitter, shows the driver panicking and attempting to evade the fans before making a U-turn through the mob.

Some of his fellow supporters immediately recognize the catastrophe, while others in the video do not appear to immediately comprehend what has occurred.

Authorities in Eros issued the following statement: “A small youngster was struck in Montpellier by an unconscious vehicle after the semi-final.”

He died shortly after being transported to the emergency room of the hospital. The vehicle was located close to the crime scene, and a police investigation is currently underway.

French and Moroccan football fans clashed in cities across France and Belgium following the semi-finals of the World Cup, despite the efforts of riot police to keep order.

Fans in the southern French cities of Montpellier and Nice fought in the streets, launched flares at one another, and set garbage cans on fire, while police used batons and water cannons to suppress the disturbances.

In Brussels, approximately 100 Moroccan fans gathered near Brussels South station and threw fireworks and other objects towards lines of police in riot gear, but swiftly fled when tear gas was used.

Approximately 10,000 police officers in France and Belgium were preparing for chaos on the streets Friday evening, when Les Bleus eliminated the underdogs from the World Cup. With police vans and barricades lining the Champs-Elysees, around 2,200 officers, the most of whom were armed, were stationed in Paris alone.

In the southern French city of Montpellier, fans of France and Morocco clash.

After France’s victory over Morocco in the Qatar 2022 World Cup semi-final in Nice on December 14, 2022, a man stands close to garbage cans on fire.

Fans of Morocco in France have been in a frenzy of celebration ever since their side made World Cup history by becoming the first African and Arab team to reach the quarterfinals of the world championship.

In some locations, notably the Champs-Elysees, fans clashed with police, trashing cars and storefronts, after their team overcame Portugal in the quarterfinals. In Brussels, fans ran amok when their team defeated the Red Devils 2-0 in the group stage.

France defeated Morocco 2-0 in Wednesday’s World Cup semi-final, tugging at the emotions of millions as Les Bleus advanced to the final for the second year in a row.

As spectators let off fireworks, they were flanked by hundreds of police trucks securing the area.The horrific footage, posted on Twitter, shows the driver panicking and trying to get away from the fans, ending up doing a u-turn through the crowd.

Deeply intertwined by their colonial ties and post-war flows of migrant labor from North Africa to France, the two nations have a history that has influenced their identities and politics and contributed to a tense relationship.

Both France and Belgium are home to substantial Moroccan communities, many of whom hold dual nationality.

Police create a line on either side of a water cannon vehicle in Brussels on Wednesday, December 14, 2022, after France defeated Morocco in the World Cup semi-finals.

On the Champs-Elysees in Paris on December 14, 2022, football fans carry smoke flares as they celebrate France’s triumph over Morocco in the Qatar 2022 World Cup semifinal.France and Morocco fans clash in the southern French city of Montpellier

When Morocco defeated Portugal in the quarterfinals on Saturday, 20,000 fans converged on the Champs-Elysees to celebrate the historic victory. However, clashes broke out between supporters and riot police, who fired tear gas, and 100 people were arrested after shops were vandalized and cars were set on fire.

In Belgium, police were forced to block off portions of the capital and the port city of Antwerp after unrest broke out following Morocco’s 2-0 victory against the Red Devils in the group round. Officers also used water cannons and tear gas to disperse protesters.

According to a police spokesperson, dozens of rioters set fire to steps and flung bricks at cars until riot police intervened after one individual sustained face injuries.

On December 14, 2022, riot police policemen stand in a street during clashes in Brussels, following Morocco’s loss to France in the Qatar 2022 World Cup semi-final.

General view of police in riot gear and a fire on the streets of Brussels following the match.A man stands next to burning trash containers, after France's victory over Morocco in the Qatar 2022 World Cup semi-final, in Nice on December 14, 2022

Morocco’s Jawad El Yamiq appears disheartened following the 0-2 loss to France in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 semi-final on December 14, 2022 at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, Qatar.

On the Champs-Elysées, officers brandish batons while wearing riot gear. In the background, the Arc de Triomphe can be seen looming large.

Tonight, the police were better prepared, having placed barricades and police vans along the Champs-Elysees.

We chose to arrive early because the situation will be chaotic later. Student Kerene Massuka, accompanied by a friend wearing a French flag, stated, “All we want to do is celebrate our victory, and we have a feeling it’s going to turn really crazy.”

After the final whistle, crowds of supporters from both countries were spotted entering the Christmas-decorated avenue, where authorities were prepared for tens of thousands despite temperatures near 0 degrees Celsius.

On both sides, the stakes were tremendous.Police officers brandish batons while dressed in riot gear on the Champs-Elysees. The Arc de Triomphe can been seen looming in the background

Morocco had a chance to become the first African nation to reach a World Cup final, but France is now positioned to become the first side in 60 years to successfully defend their title on Sunday.

Theo Hernandez scored in the fifth minute to give the defending champions a flawless start, as they had hoped for an early goal to hush the boisterous Moroccan crowd at the Al Bayt Stadium and undermine their confidence.

Morocco overcame injury setbacks and showed no regard to France’s status, taking the game to them in a valiant effort that bolstered the team’s sterling reputation at the competition.

Fans gather in Paris for France vs. Morocco on December 14, 2022, in Paris, France. Police officers in riot gear are spotted on the Champs-Elysees as France supporters celebrate after the match.

France triumphed against Morocco in the semi-finals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar at Al Bayt Stadium on December 14, 2022.

Morocco’s Sofyan Amrabat is seen after France defeated Morocco in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 semi-finals.

In the 11th minute of stoppage time, substitute Randal Kolo Muani’s first touch after entering the game resulted in France’s decisive second goal.

They are presently in their fourth World Cup final and have the opportunity to become the first nation to successfully defend its championship since Brazil in 1958.

A smiling Didier Deschamps stated, “There is passion, there is pride, there will be a final step, we’ve been together with the guys for a month, it’s never easy, but there is happiness so far.”

For the first goal, Hernandez had to raise his left foot high to connect with a bouncing ball from a tight angle, completing a sweeping play initiated by Antoine Griezmann’s run down the right flank and Kylian Mbappe’s original miscued cutback pass.

Kolo Muani scored the second goal after Mbappe attempted to first dribble through the Morocco defense and then shoot, but his attempt was blocked.

Olivier Giroud hit the post and missed from point-blank range in the first half, following Aurelien Tchouameni’s storming run through the middle.Fans gather in Paris for France v Morocco - Paris, France - December 14, 2022 Police officers in riot gear are pictured as France fans celebrate on the Champs-Elysees after the match

The midfielder threaded an excellent ball for Mbappe, whose misfired shot was poorly cleared, allowing Giroud a close-range first-time shot that went wide.

Players of France celebrate after France won the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 semi final match against Morocco at Al Bayt Stadium on December 14, 2022

Morocco, however, was never intimidated and generated opportunities of their own, with Azzedine Ounahi forcing two brilliant saves from French captain Hugo Lloris with speculative shots and curling set-pieces pressuring the French defense.

The north Africans were severely hampered by injuries to their key central defenders, with Nayef Aguerd suffering a hamstring injury in the warm-up and captain Romain Saiss being forced out after twenty minutes.


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