A group of Fridays for Future activists met the Hungarian football fans on the streets of Leipzig, Germany, yesterday. They started yelling at each other, so the police had to intervene. Check out our video below.
The Hungarian team played the last but one UEFA Nations League match in Germany yesterday and won against the three-time world champion. Thus, the team has a chance to win the tournament. That would mean the first international success for Hungarian football in long decades.
Of course, thousands of fans accompanied the national 11 to Germany, who marched together to the stadium after arriving in Leipzig. They sang and shouted slogans all along the way. A group of them even ran into a climate demonstration where the activists of the Fridays for Future were present.
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The Hungarian group confronting the demonstrators carried a “Defend Europe” flag on which the sign of the LGBTQ movement and the Black Lives Matter movement were crossed. Here is the photo:
Yelling started, and some fans started in the direction of the protesters when the police intervened. Below you may watch the video of what happened:
🎥 Ayer en Leipzig los antifascistas alemanes organizaron una manifestación contra la llegada de aficionados de la selección de fútbol húngara. Alemania pasará mucho frío este invierno, pero ellos tienen claras las prioridades.#UEFANationsLeague2022 pic.twitter.com/h3STw3D5kv— 𝗟𝗮𝘄𝗿𝗲𝗻𝗰𝗲 (@sol_y_acero) September 23, 2022
Source: blikk.hu, Twitter
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