Football legends: Zinedine Zidane. The last blow to the head

What did the legendary Frenchman Marco Materazzi actually say in the scandalous episode of the 2006 World Cup finals?

Football legends: Zinedine Zidane. The last blow to the headZinedine Zidane gets a red card for hitting Marco Materazzi

"The 2006 World Champion was determined in the penalty shootout, at the same time, two goals were scored. Goals: Zidane and Materazzi. Yes, they are. I think that many simply do not remember that the participants of one of the most scandalous episodes in the modern history of the world championships scored both goals in this match.

But I almost do not doubt: everyone perfectly remember how in the 110th minute of the match in extra time Zidane hit the head of the Italian and got a red card, "says Georgy Cherdantsev, sports commentator and author of the football encyclopedia"History of World Championships»(Publishing house AST).

The last blow Zidane

On the air Canal + the former captain of the French team explained the reasons for his act. According to the Frenchman, the Italian defender brutally insulted his mother and sister, and repeated his words several times. Zidane said that the incident occurred after Materazzi grabbed him by the T-shirt. "I asked him to stop clinging to me for a shirt, explaining that after the end of the match and so I can give it to her.

After that, he several times pronounced an insult to my mother and sister. I tried not to react, but words can sometimes be more offensive than actions. His words deeply offended me, and I could not resist, everything happened very quickly, but I’m not going to apologize to Materazzi for striking him. If I apologize, it turns out, he had a reason to insult me ​​and my relatives? No, I can not apologize to him, "Zidane said. "I just reacted to his words."

At the same legendary French football player stressed that he apologizes to the millions of children who watched the final match France – Italy on TV: "My actions can not be justified. I want to report this openly and honestly, as I understand perfectly well that millions of fans watched the game, among which there were a lot of children. "

During the interview, Zidane was not asked if Materazzi’s insults were of a racist nature. The Italian defender, provoking Zidane to strike, admitted that he was wrong, hitting the Frenchman in his own words. But at the same time he rejected all accusations that he called Zidane a terrorist and insulted his relatives.

It was immediately after the match, and Materazzi for a long time did not explain what had happened. He even published a book, "What I Really Say to Zidane," in which he gave 250 versions of a phrase of varying degrees of wit. A year after the incident, Materazzi decided to answer the question what exactly he said to Zidane.

Football legends: Zinedine Zidane. The last blow to the headPhoto: courtesy of AST Publishing House

In an interview with the Italian magazine Sorrisi and Canzoni, Materazzi admitted that the phrase sounded like this: "Preferisco la puttana di tua sorella »(« I prefer your bitch sister »). This is in response to Zidane’s offer to give after the game Materazzi jersey. If this is the case, then it is clear that Zidane – who grew up in the Muslim quarter of Marseilles, a native of Algeria – could not forgive such an insult. In his homeland, in the Marseilles quarter, La Castellan was not exactly sure what Zidane had struck Materazzi for, and whether he did it right.

Immediately after the final match, speech recognition experts were involved in analyzing the video recording of the incident, but no final decision was made. On this episode on July 20, 2006, the FIFA Control and Disciplinary Committee, investigating the event, disqualified Zidane for three games and imposed a fine of 7.5 thousand Swiss francs, and Materazzi for two games and fined 5,000 francs.

Since immediately after the match Zidane completed his football career, the disqualification was replaced by three-day public works, during which Zinedine Zidane taught the younger generation of football. While the CDC analyzed the video, it was coined and even hit the top of the French music charts with the hit "Coup de Boule", which was recorded for 30 minutes by two nimble French producers.

The song for the African melody with recitative "Zidane hit him" sold 60,000 copies in just one week after the World Cup final. For Zidane, one of the best players in the history of football, that match with Italy was the last in his brilliant career, and the episode with Materazzi did not stop him from getting the "Golden Ball" as the best player of the World Cup.

Football legends: Zinedine Zidane. The last blow to the headFinals of the World Cup 2006. Zinedine Zidane and Gianluigi Buffon

To understand the nature of what happened on July 9, 2006 at the 110th minute of the World Cup final, you need to return 25 years ago to the Marseilles district of La Castellan, in the streets of which the immigrant son from Algeria played in his childhood. It was not easy – to grow in the poor quarter of a huge port city, where refugees from the North African wars that France led in the middle of the 20th century found refuge.

It was there, on the streets of La Castellana, Zidane, whose second name Yazid, under which he was more known to peers and first clubmates, mastered the trick now known to any football-playing boy called "Zidane’s feint" – a turn in motion with the ball 360 degrees. This reception in Russian has several names: snail, turntable, roulette. In European languages ​​it is sometimes called "Marseille roulette", because this technique was especially popular in street football of Marseille.

Once and for all having won the right to do with the ball anything, Yazid focused on football. Once at a tournament among the local Mediterranean teams, he saw the scout of the Cannes club Varro. That’s when he was told: "Do not cling to him." And then they added: "Actually, he’s a good guy, a real fighter from street football." Soon Zidane changed the immigrant suburbs of Marseilles to the splendid Croisette in Cannes, on which no longer refugees from North Africa were walking, but real movie stars.

What did the legendary Frenchman Marco Materazzi actually say in the scandalous episode of the 2006 World Cup finals?

Football legends: Zinedine Zidane. The last blow to the head

Zinedine Zidane gets a red card for hitting Marco Materazzi

"The 2006 World Champion was determined in the penalty shootout, at the same time, two goals were scored. Goals: Zidane and Materazzi. Yes, they are. I think that many simply do not remember that the participants of one of the most scandalous episodes in the modern history of the world championships scored both goals in this match.

But I almost do not doubt: everyone perfectly remember how in the 110th minute of the match in extra time Zidane hit the head of the Italian and got a red card, "says Georgy Cherdantsev, sports commentator and author of the football encyclopedia"History of World Championships»(Publishing house AST).

What did the legendary Frenchman Marco Materazzi actually say in the scandalous episode of the 2006 World Cup finals?

Football legends: Zinedine Zidane. The last blow to the head

Zinedine Zidane gets a red card for hitting Marco Materazzi

"The 2006 World Champion was determined in the penalty shootout, at the same time, two goals were scored. Goals: Zidane and Materazzi. Yes, they are. I think that many simply do not remember that the participants of one of the most scandalous episodes in the modern history of the world championships scored both goals in this match.

But I almost do not doubt: everyone perfectly remember how in the 110th minute of the match in extra time Zidane hit the head of the Italian and got a red card, "says Georgy Cherdantsev, sports commentator and author of the football encyclopedia"History of World Championships»(Publishing house AST).

The last blow Zidane

On the air Canal + the former captain of the French team explained the reasons for his act. According to the Frenchman, the Italian defender brutally insulted his mother and sister, and repeated his words several times. Zidane said that the incident occurred after Materazzi grabbed him by the T-shirt. "I asked him to stop clinging to me for a shirt, explaining that after the end of the match and so I can give it to her.

After that, he several times pronounced an insult to my mother and sister. I tried not to react, but words can sometimes be more offensive than actions. His words deeply offended me, and I could not resist, everything happened very quickly, but I’m not going to apologize to Materazzi for striking him. If I apologize, it turns out, he had a reason to insult me ​​and my relatives? No, I can not apologize to him, "Zidane said. "I just reacted to his words."

At the same legendary French football player stressed that he apologizes to the millions of children who watched the final match France – Italy on TV: "My actions can not be justified. I want to report this openly and honestly, as I understand perfectly well that millions of fans watched the game, among which there were a lot of children. "

During the interview, Zidane was not asked if Materazzi’s insults were of a racist nature. The Italian defender, provoking Zidane to strike, admitted that he was wrong, hitting the Frenchman in his own words. But at the same time he rejected all accusations that he called Zidane a terrorist and insulted his relatives.

It was immediately after the match, and Materazzi for a long time did not explain what had happened. He even published a book, "What I Really Say to Zidane," in which he gave 250 versions of a phrase of varying degrees of wit. A year after the incident, Materazzi decided to answer the question what exactly he said to Zidane.

Football legends: Zinedine Zidane. The last blow to the headPhoto: courtesy of AST Publishing House

In an interview with the Italian magazine Sorrisi and Canzoni, Materazzi admitted that the phrase sounded like this: "Preferisco la puttana di tua sorella »(« I prefer your bitch sister »). This is in response to Zidane’s offer to give after the game Materazzi jersey. If this is the case, then it is clear that Zidane – who grew up in the Muslim quarter of Marseilles, a native of Algeria – could not forgive such an insult. In his homeland, in the Marseilles quarter, La Castellan was not exactly sure what Zidane had struck Materazzi for, and whether he did it right.

Immediately after the final match, speech recognition experts were involved in analyzing the video recording of the incident, but no final decision was made. On this episode on July 20, 2006, the FIFA Control and Disciplinary Committee, investigating the event, disqualified Zidane for three games and imposed a fine of 7.5 thousand Swiss francs, and Materazzi for two games and fined 5,000 francs.

Since immediately after the match Zidane completed his football career, the disqualification was replaced by three-day public works, during which Zinedine Zidane taught the younger generation of football. While the CDC analyzed the video, it was coined and even hit the top of the French music charts with the hit "Coup de Boule", which was recorded for 30 minutes by two nimble French producers.

The song for the African melody with recitative "Zidane hit him" sold 60,000 copies in just one week after the World Cup final. For Zidane, one of the best players in the history of football, that match with Italy was the last in his brilliant career, and the episode with Materazzi did not stop him from getting the "Golden Ball" as the best player of the World Cup.

Football legends: Zinedine Zidane. The last blow to the head

Finals of the World Cup 2006. Zinedine Zidane and Gianluigi Buffon

To understand the nature of what happened on July 9, 2006 at the 110th minute of the World Cup final, you need to return 25 years ago to the Marseilles district of La Castellan, in the streets of which the immigrant son from Algeria played in his childhood. It was not easy – to grow in the poor quarter of a huge port city, where refugees from the North African wars that France led in the middle of the 20th century found refuge.

It was there, on the streets of La Castellana, Zidane, whose second name Yazid, under which he was more known to peers and first clubmates, mastered the trick now known to any football-playing boy called "Zidane’s feint" – a turn in motion with the ball 360 degrees. This reception in Russian has several names: snail, turntable, roulette. In European languages ​​it is sometimes called "Marseille roulette", because this technique was especially popular in street football of Marseille.

Once and for all having won the right to do with the ball anything, Yazid focused on football. Once at a tournament among the local Mediterranean teams, he saw the scout of the Cannes club Varro. That’s when he was told: "Do not cling to him." And then they added: "Actually, he’s a good guy, a real fighter from street football." Soon Zidane changed the immigrant suburbs of Marseilles to the splendid Croisette in Cannes, on which no longer refugees from North Africa were walking, but real movie stars.

What did the legendary Frenchman Marco Materazzi actually say in the scandalous episode of the 2006 World Cup finals?

Football legends: Zinedine Zidane. The last blow to the headZinedine Zidane gets a red card for hitting Marco Materazzi

"The 2006 World Champion was determined in the penalty shootout, at the same time, two goals were scored. Goals: Zidane and Materazzi. Yes, they are. I think that many simply do not remember that the participants of one of the most scandalous episodes in the modern history of the world championships scored both goals in this match.

But I almost do not doubt: everyone perfectly remember how in the 110th minute of the match in extra time Zidane hit the head of the Italian and got a red card, "says Georgy Cherdantsev, sports commentator and author of the football encyclopedia"History of World Championships»(Publishing house AST).

The last blow Zidane

On the air Canal + the former captain of the French team explained the reasons for his act. According to the Frenchman, the Italian defender brutally insulted his mother and sister, and repeated his words several times. Zidane said that the incident occurred after Materazzi grabbed him by the T-shirt. "I asked him to stop clinging to me for a shirt, explaining that after the end of the match and so I can give it to her.

After that, he several times pronounced an insult to my mother and sister. I tried not to react, but words can sometimes be more offensive than actions. His words deeply offended me, and I could not resist, everything happened very quickly, but I’m not going to apologize to Materazzi for striking him. If I apologize, it turns out, he had a reason to insult me ​​and my relatives? No, I can not apologize to him, "Zidane said. "I just reacted to his words."

At the same legendary French football player stressed that he apologizes to the millions of children who watched the final match France – Italy on TV: "My actions can not be justified. I want to report this openly and honestly, as I understand perfectly well that millions of fans watched the game, among which there were a lot of children. "

During the interview, Zidane was not asked if Materazzi’s insults were of a racist nature. The Italian defender, provoking Zidane to strike, admitted that he was wrong, hitting the Frenchman in his own words. But at the same time he rejected all accusations that he called Zidane a terrorist and insulted his relatives.

It was immediately after the match, and Materazzi for a long time did not explain what had happened. He even published a book, "What I Really Say to Zidane," in which he gave 250 versions of a phrase of varying degrees of wit. A year after the incident, Materazzi decided to answer the question what exactly he said to Zidane.

Football legends: Zinedine Zidane. The last blow to the headPhoto: courtesy of AST Publishing House

In an interview with the Italian magazine Sorrisi and Canzoni, Materazzi admitted that the phrase sounded like this: "Preferisco la puttana di tua sorella »(« I prefer your bitch sister »). This is in response to Zidane’s offer to give after the game Materazzi jersey. If this is the case, then it is clear that Zidane – who grew up in the Muslim quarter of Marseilles, a native of Algeria – could not forgive such an insult. In his homeland, in the Marseilles quarter, La Castellan was not exactly sure what Zidane had struck Materazzi for, and whether he did it right.

Immediately after the final match, speech recognition experts were involved in analyzing the video recording of the incident, but no final decision was made. On this episode on July 20, 2006, the FIFA Control and Disciplinary Committee, investigating the event, disqualified Zidane for three games and imposed a fine of 7.5 thousand Swiss francs, and Materazzi for two games and fined 5,000 francs.

Since immediately after the match Zidane completed his football career, the disqualification was replaced by three-day public works, during which Zinedine Zidane taught the younger generation of football. While the CDC analyzed the video, it was coined and even hit the top of the French music charts with the hit "Coup de Boule", which was recorded for 30 minutes by two nimble French producers.

The song for the African melody with recitative "Zidane hit him" sold 60,000 copies in just one week after the World Cup final. For Zidane, one of the best players in the history of football, that match with Italy was the last in his brilliant career, and the episode with Materazzi did not stop him from getting the "Golden Ball" as the best player of the World Cup.

Football legends: Zinedine Zidane. The last blow to the head

Finals of the World Cup 2006. Zinedine Zidane and Gianluigi Buffon

To understand the nature of what happened on July 9, 2006 at the 110th minute of the World Cup final, you need to return 25 years ago to the Marseilles district of La Castellan, in the streets of which the immigrant son from Algeria played in his childhood. It was not easy – to grow in the poor quarter of a huge port city, where refugees from the North African wars that France led in the middle of the 20th century found refuge.

It was there, on the streets of La Castellana, Zidane, whose second name Yazid, under which he was more known to peers and first clubmates, mastered the trick now known to any football-playing boy called "Zidane’s feint" – a turn in motion with the ball 360 degrees. This reception in Russian has several names: snail, turntable, roulette. In European languages ​​it is sometimes called "Marseille roulette", because this technique was especially popular in street football of Marseille.

Once and for all having won the right to do with the ball anything, Yazid focused on football. Once at a tournament among the local Mediterranean teams, he saw the scout of the Cannes club Varro. That’s when he was told: "Do not cling to him." And then they added: "Actually, he’s a good guy, a real fighter from street football." Soon Zidane changed the immigrant suburbs of Marseilles to the splendid Croisette in Cannes, on which no longer refugees from North Africa were walking, but real movie stars.

In Cannes, Zidane was lucky. It’s very important that good people come to the path of a talented person from the very bottom. Unfortunately, often the opposite is true, but Zidane was very good: the family of Claude Elino, the head of the team, whom he lived while he was playing for the local club, despite the contemptuous whisper of aristocratic neighbors: "Look, they settled the Arabs at home." Elino’s family took Yazid as their son, and Madame Nicole became the second mother for the future world sport star.

Yes, Zidane is a controversial figure. In 2010, journalist Besma Lauri published a book "Zidane. Secret Life ». In it are given the facts, which, probably, would not very much like to know the fans of the talent of the great football player. But if Zidane had some kind of an account with those who rule this world, Zidane completely paid for it and closed it.

Otherwise, I think he would not have become the first ever coach who managed to win the Champions League twice in a row. Is it not surprising, with all the diversity and the highest class of coaches who, having conquered the top of the Champions League once, having conquered the top of the Champions League, tried to hold onto it, but failed, the first who managed to do so became the rookie coach of Madrid "Real" nicknamed Zizu?

And in the history of the world championships he entered with three blows his head: two on the ball and the goal of the Brazilian national team, which brought France the title of world champions in 1998, and one – in the corps of defender of the Italian national team Marco Materazzi in the 2006 World Cup final. This blow was the last in the career of one of the most talented players in the history of the game, an immigrant from the dangerous harbor streets of Marcel Zinedine Yazid Zidane.

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