Politics and football practically do not mix in the fans of Brazil in Qatar

On the first day of the team’s game in Qatar, the Brazilian crowd celebrated in the streets of Doha, proudly displaying the green and yellow colors of the national flag. In times of political tension due to the presidential elections in Brazil, held last month, there was the expectation of how this would be replicated in football and in the World Cup.

The yellow shirt, for example, became a symbol of the Bolsonarist movement, which supports the current president of the Republic. Jair Bolsonaro🇧🇷 What was seen in Doha, however, were few gestures of a political nature. This Thursday (24th), in Brazil’s debut against Serbia, Brazilian fans gathered in an area adjacent to the Continental Hotel, which even allows the sale of alcoholic beverages.

Among the three thousand people in the place, according to the Movimento Verde Amarelo, which organized the structure, it was possible to observe the presence of only one flag with the face of President Bolsonaro, which was imposed by one of his supporters. At one point, there was also a brief chorus against the president-elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silvabut the screams were met by boos.

From the concentration, the Brazilian crowd followed the streets and subway of Doha to the Lusail stadium, focused only on supporting the selection, with their now traditional screams.

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