FIFA says the trophy is “a priceless icon” that “can only be touched and held by a very select group of people”, including former winners and heads of state.

ZURICH, Switzerland – FIFA is taking “appropriate internal action” to deal with World Cup protocol violations by a celebrity chef, soccer’s governing body said on Thursday.

The chef, known as Salt B and regularly seen with FIFA president Gianni Infantino, mingled with Argentina’s players and posed for photos after the victory over France. Epic game on Sunday In Qatar

FIFA defines the trophy. as “a priceless icon” that “can only be touched and held by a very select group of people, including former FIFA World Cup winners and heads of state.”

“Following a review, FIFA is determining how people gained unnecessary access to the pitch after the closing ceremony at Lucille Stadium on December 18,” soccer’s world body said. “Appropriate internal action will be taken.”

The chef, who owns a restaurant in Doha, was a regular FIFA guest with VIP access during the World Cup and Pictures posted And video clips on social media.

After Argentina’s penalty shootout win following a thrilling 3-3 draw, he was filmed grabbing captain Lionel Messi’s arm on the pitch to get his attention. The football great looked irritated in the film clip though he later posed for a picture which was posted by Salt B on Instagram.

Meanwhile, Messi’s celebratory post on Instagram is out now. Most Liked Post All the time, according to Instagram. It has also surpassed the number of likes per post on all other social media apps, including TikTok and YouTube.



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