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Hanan Ben Ari flew to cheer on the Moroccan team - and he didn't expect it to happen - voila! celebs

2022-12-07T11:04:54.055Z

The beloved musician boarded a plane to Qatar to closely watch the spectacular match of the Moroccan national team, and documented the entertaining journey that ended in somewhat jarring tones. Walla! Distinguished celebs



Hanan Ben Ari World Cup (Instagram screenshot)

The sweet and popular musician

Hanan Ben Ari

decided to fly to the World Cup, and cheer on the Moroccan team that qualified last night (Tuesday) for the round of 16, knocked out Spain and gave its fans a game that was no less than a show.



Ben Ari arrived at the stadium where the duel took place and before entering it, took over a megaphone that was there and started singing and cheering.

Before long, other fans joined him and documented the bursting talent.



Later, Ben Ari uploaded a story about a train car he was crammed into with hundreds of other fans.

While they were singing in Moroccan, he chose the chants "Who doesn't jump red".

Although the victory was very surprising, it seems that the behavior of the players at the end was the bitter icing on the cake, and even Hanan did not expect that.



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At the end of the game, the shocked players celebrated for long minutes on the grass and waved Palestinian flags.

It seems that even this incident did not cloud the great happiness that the victory brought, and if we put politics aside - voila!

Celebs are impatiently waiting for Ben Ari's continued reports from Qatar.

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Source: walla

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