On Wednesday evening, a press report revealed the reality of the imposition of sanctions by FIFA against the German team against the events before Japan met with the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
German players put their hands on their mouths in the team picture ahead of their opening World Cup match against Japan, protesting FIFA’s ban on wearing a “LGBT support” badge at the Qatar World Cup.
According to Sky journalist Rob Harris, Viva will not impose penalties on the machinery team for that image.
“Germany will not face any disciplinary action by FIFA to cover its mouths in a gesture of silence before the game,” Harris said on his Twitter account.
Japan defeated Germany (2-1) on Wednesday in the first round of the 2022 World Cup.