Samuel Eto’o has been caught on digicam kneeing a photographer in the head at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
The Cameroonian legend has been a ordinary at video games in the Middle East and was once in attendance as soon as extra for Brazil’s last-16 showdown with South Korea.
While many walked away from that contest glad after seeing the Selecao put in a extraordinary show of attacking intent for the duration of a 4-1 win, Eto’o determined motive to pick out an argument with a cameraman outdoor the venue and grew to become caught up in a violent scuffle, with La Opinion catching the surprising incident on camera.
THE BIGGER PICTURE: Eto’o is a legend in his native Cameroon, having scored extra desires (56) than any different player, and accrued quite a few fundamental honours at some point of a membership profession that took him to locations such as Barcelona, Inter and Chelsea.
WHAT NEXT? While Eto’o used to be simply wound up after Brazil’s cutting-edge day trip in Qatar, the Selecao impressed many with their free-flowing soccer and alluring dance moves, with the South Americans commencing to pass thru the gears in pursuit of a sixth international crown.
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