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    An international kickabout was brought to an abrupt halt this afternoon (Picture: MailOnline)

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    An global kickabout was given an abrupt stop this afternoon (Picture: MailOnline)

    Security authorities at the Qatar World Cup have actually now secured down on … football.

    Fans have actually been informed off for playing the lovely video game on the lawn outside the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha.

    World Cup participants from around the world had actually collected for an enjoyable kickabout this afternoon.

    But authorities quickly stepped in and purchased the group to distribute.

    One of the youths Mohamed Yunis, 19, from Tunisia informed MailOnline: ‘We played gladly for just a few minutes. More and more fans signed up with and after that strolled off and changed by others.

    ‘There were guys from India, Germany, Japan, Mexico and others. Just having a good fun time.’

    Kumar Sarraisikan, 22, from Kerela, included: ‘Football is for everybody. Not simply the authorities and gamers, however for the fans too.

    ‘We triggered them no issues, however the Qatar security is ten-fold and after that 20- fold no matter where you remain in Doha.

    Football fans had gathered outside the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha (Picture: MailOnline)

    Football fans had actually collected outside the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha (Picture: MailOnline)

    Security guards intervened in the game and told them to stop (Picture: MailOnline)

    Security guards intervened in the video game and informed them to stop (Picture: MailOnline)

    ‘They spoilt a small game for us. But they do not realise what a cold message that sends to all.’

    One security authorities, who had actually played a part in stopping the kickabout, likewise informed MailOnline: ‘No football here. Now you go too.’

    Qatar authorities formerly stimulated comparable ‘Big Brother’ reaction after they secured down on beer within arenas.

    The sale of alcohol to fans at World Cup arenas in Qatar was prohibited with simply 2 days till the competition began.

    FIFA launched a declaration on Friday validating the elimination of sales points of beer from the arena boundaries ‘following discussions between the host country authorities and FIFA’.

    Further debate followed when the World Cup began, with countries informed not to use One Love armbands.

    The rainbow bands represent a program of assistance and uniformity with the LGBTQ+ neighborhood.

    Players were informed by FIFA that they ran the risk of a yellow card if they put on one.

    The One Love armband has bee centre of a significant argument in between FIFA and Qatar (Picture: BBC/UNPIXS)

    Ex-Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt at the match FIFA website grab 22 Nov 2022 DOHA, QATAR - NOVEMBER 22: FIFA President Gianni Infantino during the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Group D match between Denmark and Tunisia at Education City Stadium on November 22, 2022 in Doha, Qatar. +8 FIFA President Gianni Infantino at Denmark v Tunisia  Qatar WORLD CUP

    Ex-Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt has actually used rainbow sleeves throughout her time in Qatar

    television expert and previous Lioness and Arsenal gamer Alex Scott ensured to wear one throughout interviews in Qatar in demonstration at the choice.

    Denmark’s previous Prime Minister likewise chose she had enough of Fifa attempting to prohibit the rainbow from the World Cup.

    Helle Thorning-Schmidt, 55, broke guidelines in Qatar to use the coloured gown.

    She was likewise seen using the One Love armband that has actually been controversially prohibited by Fifa as the senior executive with the Danish FA, presented for pictures pitchside.

    Germany’s nationwide group made a demonstration versus the choice today, covering their mouths prior to their clash with Japan to signify that they have actually been silenced.

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