Germany - Argentina: minute of silence for the victims of Halle 2

Germany – Argentina: minute of silence for the victims of Halle

Incident to the minute of silence

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Signal-Iduna Park in Dortmund on October 9, 2019. - At least two people: the German team calls for a moment of silence for the victims of the shooting in Halle, Germany What were you talking about in the targets of the gunmen while the Jews commented on the holy day of Yom Kippur. Hall itself was at a standstill. (Photo by Ina FASSBENDER / AFP) (Photo by INA FASSBENDER / AFP via Getty Images)

Joachim Löw and his team observed a minute of silence before the match against Argentina
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Before the match between Germany and Argentina, there will be a minute of silence dedicated to the victims of the deadly shots in Halle. A fan disturbs the silence.

Curious incident in the match Germany-Argentina in Dortmund: during the minute of silence reserved for the victims of the murder of Halle an der Saale, the public witnessed a strong reaction from a public who has brought an inappropriate trailer to the reason – and even the national actor Serge Gnabry a smile and has been celebrated by many users of the network.

Kimmich: "It does not mean a minute of free silence"

Joshua Kimmich criticized the fans after the match. Of course, this does not have to be called. It does not mean silence for a minute, "he explained. Good king NewsRequirement.

What happened? In the middle of the minute of silence came the lonely song of a troublemaker who was singing loudly the German national anthem. After a few moments, however, the inappropriate insert was stopped by another follower – with a clearly audible "silence".

The verbal counterattack was greeted with loud applause in the stadium – and probably also pleased Gnabry. Because when the TV camera showed after the fight between supporters of the national team Bayern, his smile was not to neglect.

Context of the minute of silence: Wednesday afternoon, a heavily armed culprit had tried to run a bloodbath among 80 believers in a synagogue in Halle / Saale. The Jewish community has narrowly escaped disaster. The act has, according to the current investigation, a radical right-wing background.