Indignation after Spain’s FA Chief kisses Jenni Hermoso during celebrations

Spain’s FA president Luis Rubiales has been under scrutiny for kissing Jenni Hermoso on the lips during the Women’s World Cup final. The incident occurred during the ceremony, where Spain’s team won the championship after defeating England 1-0. Rubiales appeared on camera, hugging and patting her back before kissing her. Hermoso admitted to not enjoying the moment.

Rage after Jenni Hermoso gets kissed by Spain’s FA Chief

Later, Spain footballer Hermoso claimed she “did not enjoy” Luis Rubiales kissing her on the lips.

Spanish FA president Luis Rubiales came under attention

After appearing on camera kissing Spain’s Jenni Hermoso on the lips on the podium as members of the Spain women’s football team were receiving their medals from FIFA president Gianni Infantino, the partying of Spanish FA president Luis Rubiales is currently under scrutiny.

The fact that Spain’s team conquered Obstacles before the game made the victory remarkable.

Spanish women’s football’s incredible moment gets spoiled by the incident

The outstanding period in Spanish women’s football history will get marred by the incident. After beating England 1-0 in the Women’s World Cup final, Spain was ecstatic to win its first trophy. For Spain, Olga Carmona recorded in the opening period.

Clips displayed Rubiales giving Hermoso a big hug and helping the athlete off her feet after Infantino, the president of FIFA, handed her her medal. The two engaged in conversation before Rubiales kissed Hermoso on the lips and grasped her by the back. Before she left, he gave her a pat on the back.

Additionally, some videos appeared to show Rubiales grabbing his crotch at a different hour of the night as Spain’s victory got celebrated.

“I did not enjoy it,” Hermoso

Hermoso admitted to the Spanish TV network La 1 that she “did not enjoy” getting kissed on the lips by the federation’s president.

Spain became the first team

With the victory, Spain became the first team to win the under-17, under-20, and senior world championships. According to The Associated Press, Spain is the fifth winner in nine Women’s World Cup editions, joining Germany as the only two nations to win both the men’s and women’s titles.

Fifteen players declared their intention to leave the national team for mental health reasons

According to AP, there was a player near-mutiny last year when fifteen players announced they were leaving the national team for mental health reasons and demanded a more professional atmosphere. Ona Batlle, Aitana Bonmat, and Mariona Caldentey were three players who made amends with the federation and attended the World Cup.

Spain’s goal scorer Carmona’s statement

Following the championship match, Spain’s goal scorer Carmona said, “Over the past 12 months, we endured plenty of suffering, but I believe everything is for a reason. Our team is stronger now as an outcome. And it’s truly amazing. I’m not sure why Spain won the world championship, but we earned it.”

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