The French media scrutinized Poland’s first World Cup coordinator, Szymon Marciniak, for allowing Messi to score in extra time. An online game photo showed Argentina’s substitutes putting the pitch in before the ball went in.
The match official showed a photo to the press from his personal digital assistant seven days after the highly anticipated FIFA World Cup final, in which Lionel Messi’s extra-time goal should have been dropped.
Argentina and Lionel Messi prevailed in the match, which Argentina won 4-2, but Messi’s disputed goal remained a topic of debate afterward. Kylian Mbappe’s full go-around made the Les Bleus’ loss to the Argentines significantly really annihilating.
After a social media photo showed Argentina’s substitutes entering the pitch at the time the goal was scored, the French media criticized Poland’s first World Cup final official, Szymon Marciniak, for allowing Messi’s extra-time goal.
As per L’Equipe, a notable French paper, the objective should be prohibited on the off chance that a subbed player was on the field when it was scored, as specified in Regulation 3 of the Global Football Affiliation Board.
Nevertheless, during his public interview, the official provided a unique response. He said, pointing to a screenshot of the goal on his phone, “The French didn’t mention this photo, where you can see how there are seven Frenchmen on the pitch when Mbappe scores a goal.”
Due to the referee’s numerous mistakes and omissions, fans started an online petition to have the final replayed. The remarks of Marciniak came next. Over 220,000 people have signed the petition thus far.
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