• February 22, 2024

Norway players wear T-shirts with slogans in protest of Qatar’s human rights record

Norway’s starting XI and substitutes wore T-shirts that read “Human rights on and off the pitch” shortly before kick-off

Before their 2022 World Cup qualifier against Gibraltar, the Norwegian players wore t-shirts that read “Human rights on and off the field” to demonstrate their support for migrant workers in Qatar.

Captain Martin Odegaard had saidexternal link before the game, the players planned to do something to show their feelings.

The players also wore “Respect On and Off the Field” T-shirts as they warmed up in Marbella.

The World Cup is slated to begin in Qatar on November 21 next year.

Norway won the start of Group G 3-0.

Last month, a report in the Guardianexternal link 6,500 migrant workers have died in Qatar since the 2010 World Cup was awarded.

The country suggested controversially competing bids from the United States, Australia, South Korea and Japan to host the tournament. Hundreds of thousands of construction workers came from overseas.

Qatar has built seven new stadiums to host the tournament, which has been rescheduled for winter to avoid the country’s extreme summer heat.

Erling bride HaalandErling Braut Haaland and his Norwegian teammates wore the t-shirts before kick-off against Gibraltar



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Live text

  1. End of game, Gibraltar 0, Norway 3.

  2. The second half ends, Gibraltar 0, Norway 3.

  3. Attempt blocked. Liam Walker (Gibraltar) left footed shot from the center of the box is blocked.

  4. Foul by Martin Linnes (Norway).

  5. Julian Valarino (Gibraltar) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

  6. Marius Lode (Norway) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

  7. Foul by Aymen Mouelhi (Gibraltar).

  8. Corner of Gibraltar. The corner was caused by Alexander Sørloth.

  9. Foul by Martin Linnes (Norway).

  10. Julian Valarino (Gibraltar) wins a free kick on the left wing.

  11. Corner, Norway. The corner was created by Dayle Edward Coleing.

  12. Attempt saved. Jens Petter Hauge (Norway) right footed shot from the left inside the box is saved in the lower left corner. Prepared by Birger Meling.

  13. Joshua King (Norway) wins a free kick on the left wing.

  14. Foul by Jack Sergeant (Gibraltar).

  15. Corner, Norway. The corner was scored by Jayce Mascarenhas-Olivero.

  16. Corner, Norway. The corner was scored by Jayce Mascarenhas-Olivero.

  17. Foul by Martin Linnes (Norway).

  18. Julian Valarino (Gibraltar) wins a free kick in the defensive half.

  19. Corner, Norway. The corner was conceded by Roy Alan Chipolina.

  20. Erin Barnett (Gibraltar) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.


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