Journalist Grant Wahl honored with a tribute at World Cup game
ByFunAsia 12 Dec 2022 10:31 AM 75

FIFA recognized American soccer writer Grant Wahl for the work area where he was because of work Saturday at the World Cup quarterfinal match between France and Britain.
A posy of white lilies and an outlined photo of Wahl taken in Qatar was left at the media seat that had been relegated to the 48-year-old columnist who passed on at the World Cup in the long early stretches of Saturday.
"This evening, we honor Grant Wahl at his appointed seat in Al Bayt Arena. He ought to have been here," FIFA said in an explanation. "Our considerations stay with his significant other, CĂ©line, his family, and his companions at this most troublesome time."
Around 20 minutes before the match began, the photo of Wahl was shown on enormous screens in two corners of the arena. A declaration about his demise was made to fans who extolled him.

Wahl became sick while working during the additional season of the Argentina-Netherlands game on Friday at Lusail Arena. He was treated by clinical staff in the media tribune and later taken by an emergency vehicle to the emergency clinic.

He was detailing at his eighth World Cup.

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