The “Sun” campaign turns against him, the French supporters are delighted

screenshot ad campaign “The Sun” The daily “Sun” presented several visuals featuring the stars of the Three Lions with “punchlines” for the Blues on the streets of Paris this Friday, December 9.

screenshot ad campaign “The Sun”

Daily “The Sun” released several visuals featuring the stars of “The Three Lions” with “punchlines” for the Blues on the streets of Paris on Friday, December 9, 2022.

WORLD CUP – This Saturday, December 10, was a delightful evening for France supporters in more ways than one.

First of all, of course, after a brave and intense game against England in the 1/4 finals (2:1, victory), they were able to taste the qualification of the French team to the semi-finals of the world championship held in Qatar. At the end of the match, he equalized the score with a penalty missed by Harry Kane).

But since a bold ad campaign by a British newspaper, the pleasure has been doubled SunBefore the meeting on the streets of Paris, he violently opposed him.

In effect, Sun On Friday, he put up several advertising posters near the Eiffel Tower, where you can see photos of players from the English selection accompanied by a little irony with a very “English” humor (see in the video below): “ Come on Rosbeefs”, “Goodbye Galls”or “ King Kyle » The word Kylian was crossed out, referring to the long-awaited duel between Kyle Walker and Kylian Mbappe.

“The Sun takes over Paris and tells the French: ‘It’s coming home'” ahead of tomorrow’s epic World Cup clash. he also wrote to the media in the message he shared on social networks.

Following the Blues’ qualification on Saturday evening, the British newspaper logically received an almost immediate backlash from many netizens who were quick to mock it on social media (check out the many tweets below), to awaken “karma” and above all to change its name Seum – even starting with the Renaissance political party, which produced a fake front page – in reference to the slang word (which means “to be bad”) already widely used during the 2018 World Cup after Belgium’s semi-final, some of its players and many supporters of the Red Devils from the Blues he felt he played better and deserved to qualify for the final.

It should be noted that in 2018, English midfielder Declan Rice was caught in the “seum” for making a special statement about the “blues” after a meeting in front of the press like the Belgians.“Other than two goals, I don’t remember them being creative.”. “I think the best team lost tonight and that proves our level”, he added. Since Saturday evening, the famous British tabloid has teased the exact opposite.

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