Since the start of the Qatar 2022 World Cup competitions, Moroccan goalkeeper Yassine Bounou has continued Stealing attention thanks to his remarkable brilliance with the “Atlas Lions” and their reaching the golden square For the first time in their history, and in Arab and African history, Bono contributed greatly to the Moroccan national team reaching the semi-finals of the World Cup.
Not only did Yassin Bounou steal attention inside the stadium, but his strong presence was also in press conferences, as he deliberately delivered an important message to everyone in a more than wonderful way.
According to what was widely circulated on social media, and reported by news agencies, Bono refused to speak in a language other than Arabic at the press conference that followed the Morocco-Portugal match, yesterday, Saturday, when he said: “It is not my problem that you did not bring your translators.”
🚨🚨🚨 Yassin Bono angered the journalists at the press conference because he did not want to respond except in Arabic despite his knowledge of English, French and Spanish as well.
Bono: “It’s not my problem that you don’t speak Arabic and you didn’t bring translators.” pic.twitter.com/F7d0jX4avh
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Yassin Bono’s behavior angered foreign journalists, because they know that the Moroccan goalkeeper is fluent in English, French and Spanish, but he did not speak any of them.
The pioneers of social networking sites throughout the Arab world praised the brilliant Moroccan goalkeeper for his pride in his mother tongue and his insistence on responding in Arabic to any journalist, regardless of his nationality.
Bono had repeated this impressive matter in one of the previous press conferences during his participation with the Moroccan national team in the African Championship, after some journalists objected to his answer in Arabic, so Bono replied to them: “It is not my problem that you do not speak Arabic. I am an Arab and you have to come with an interpreter.” And he completed his answer. In the arabic language.
And the giant Moroccan goalkeeper, Yassine Bounou, became The first African goalkeeper to keep a clean sheet in three matches In one version of the FIFA World Cup finals, after the historic crossing of the “Atlas Lions” to the semi-finals of the World Cup Qatar 2022, with a resounding 1-0 victory over Portugal, on Saturday.
Morocco blew up one of the biggest surprises by leading Group F against 2018 World Cup runners-up Croatia, third-placed Belgium and Canada.
Bono, the Spanish goalkeeper of Seville, achieved this achievement in the opening match against Croatia (0-0), the final price against Spain (0-0 and winning 3-0 on penalties) when he tackled two penalty kicks, and in the quarter-finals against Portugal (1-0).