At the award ceremony after winning the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, the Spanish women’s national soccer team’s flagship midfielder Henifer Hermoso, who was ‘surprisingly kissed’ by the head of the country’s football association, condemned it, saying, “It must be punished.” .
According to the BBC’s report on the 24th (Korean time), Hermoso said, “The union I joined, Futpro, and my agent will protect my interests in this matter.” “We will ensure that such conduct is punished,” FootPro said in a statement. It should be adopted,” he said.
Spain beat England 1-0 in the final of the tournament held at Stadium Australia in Sydney, Australia on the 20th and enjoyed the thrill of winning the World Cup for the first time in history. During the awards ceremony that followed, Spanish Football Federation president Luis Ruby Ales came up to the podium and embraced Hermoso, then held her face with both her hands and kissed her on the lips.스포츠토토
During a live performance by Hermoso on Instagram in the locker room, a scene in which she laughed at a related question but said that she “wasn’t in a good mood” was shared on social media, causing waves.
Major foreign media strongly criticized Rubiales’ behavior, saying that it was sexual violence in a broad sense as it was ‘physical contact without consent’.
“What we saw was an unacceptable gesture,” said Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez at a ceremony to celebrate the victory of the Women’s World Cup held at the official residence. “The players did everything to win, but the president’s actions show that there is still a long way to go for equality,” he said.
Spanish women’s football Liga F said, “President Rubiales has tarnished the World Cup title. It is an unprecedented international disgrace to Spain, Spanish sport and women’s football around the world.” Liga F, which delivered a letter of protest to the National Sports Committee (CSD) demanding the dismissal of President Rubiales, condemned, saying, “It is an event that will remain in the history of world sports, and will follow the Spanish women’s national team like a tag.”