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Tunisia-France: TF1 apologizes after the end of the match not broadcast


The very end of the match between Tunisia and France could not be broadcast on TF1. Front page viewers could not see the cancellation of Antoine Griezmann's goal.

A most surprising end to the match between France and Tunisia.

The referee, Matt Conger, whistles the end of the meeting... before being finally recalled by the video referee.

Only, TF1 had already returned the antenna.

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Front page viewers could not see the last seconds of the Blues match.

A crucial moment, however, since the referee, after watching the VAR, finally decided to cancel Antoine Griezmann's goal.

An incident which however has no incident on the sportsman.

A press release published two hours after the end of the match on TF1

Already qualified, the French team still secured first place in this group D. Didier Deschamps' players will play their round of 16 this Sunday at 4 p.m.

On social networks,




After the throw-in of the Tunisians and the referee whistled the end of the match, we, as for all matches, returned the antenna to make way for Mag

", begins the front page.

During this time, video arbitration was requested and the tricolor goal was refused.

This sequence made the opening of the Mag “



“We are really sorry for those who could not live this moment live

” explains the channel on social networks, more than two hours after the end of the Tunisia-France match.

Source: lefigaro

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