There is an image of the Germany-Spain game in the League of Nations that went viral - Plataforma Media

There is an image of the Germany-Spain game in the League of Nations that went viral

Moment captured before the football game generates comments on social networks

Before the start of yesterday’s meeting between Germany and Spain, to tell the League of Nations, the players, as is customary, profiled to sing their country’s national anthem and perform. However, what would be a banal moment, became the focus of comments – some aggressive – on social networks.

Someone at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Stuttgart showed the world something peculiar: different behaviors on the part of the two teams regarding the social distance suggested by the World Health Organization in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The image is so enlightening that it easily generates criticism, mostly negative. “This is why Spain has the cases of Covid-19 that it has”, can be read in a comment on Twitter.

Coincidences or not, the truth is that Germany has just over 248 thousand people infected by SARS-CoV-2, while Spain has more than 480 thousand.

As for the game, both teams ended up tied for a ball, with the Germans moving ahead on the scoreboard in the 51st minute, by Timo Werner, and the Spaniards reaching equality already in time of compensation (90 + 5) through José Gayà.

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