Zidane’s return to Qatar

 Zidane’s return to Qatar

One of the most heartbreaking scenes in Zidane-football is Zidane slowly leaving the field with the World Cup in hand

Sudden thunderstorms without clouds. He punched Marco Materazzi of Italy and saw a red card. France could not cope with the pressure. The organizers are bringing back that message on the occasion of Qatar World Cup.

No one can forget the incident of 2006 World Cup. In 2013, a sculpture made that event permanent. The bronze sculpture was created by Algerian-born French artist Adel Abdel Samad. The sculpture, which is more than 15 feet high, was bought by the Qatar Museum. It was set up on October 8, 2013 on a sidewalk in Doha. But in the face of public outrage, the authorities quickly removed it. It was removed just three weeks later, on 26 October.

To most people in Qatar, the sculpture seemed to be an idol, and thus Zidane and Materazzi’s attempt to capture that moment was seen as tantamount to idolatry. Aggressive behavior with him was encouraged – the idea was then removed.

Qatar has changed its mind after 9 years. They are bringing back the zeal of Zidane and Materazzi. “Society evolves,” said Al-Mayasa al-Thani, chairperson of the Qatar Museum. It takes time to be. People may criticize something at first, but at some point, they understand and accept it. Zidane is a very good friend of Qatar and a great role model for the Arab world. Art — and everything else is a matter of taste. Our goal is human power.

Al-Thani also acknowledged that the people of Qatar have not changed much, even after being brought back. It will be housed in Doha’s new sports museum without leaving it open to the public.

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