Toulouse. After Morocco’s victory in the World Cup, more than a hundred supporters in the street
This Sunday evening, hundreds of supporters celebrate Morocco’s victory in the group match of the World Cup (2-0). They wander through the streets of Toulouse, under police surveillance.
Morocco’s victory against Belgium in the World Cup (2-0) did not go unnoticed in Toulouse. Firstly, because the match’s second scorer, Zakaria Aboukhlal, is a Toulouse Football-Club player. Then and above all, because hundreds of supporters gathered at the final whistle in the streets of the city center.
The scenes of jubilation have multiplied since the end of the afternoon, as have the honking. More than a hundred people, red and green jerseys on their shoulders or flags in their hands, tried to break into Place du Capitole, right in the middle of the Christmas market. But the security service unable to pass. Tear gas was used for the dispersers. Without effect. This Sunday evening, at 6 p.m., all these amateurs are still gathered near rue Alsace-Lorraine. The police also deployed in large numbers to avoid any overflow. So far, no aggressiveness has been observed.