The 2022 Qatar Soccer World Cup officially began and the reactions have not been long in coming. Especially on Twitter, where memes quickly went viral when commenting on the first matches of one of the most controversial championships of recent times.
However, there is plenty of room for humor within so many controversies. It was the coach of Saudi Arabia who was now filled with memes and comments on social networks. The reason? The enormous resemblance of him to Jaime Lannister, the popular character of Game of Thrones.
The memes of the coach of Saudi Arabia
This Tuesday, November 22, The match between Argentina and Saudi Arabia was held as part of Qatar 2022. In an unpredictable result, it was the Asian country that ended up taking the victory, with two goals against the minimum of the trans-Andean country.
Nevertheless, was the coach of Saudi Arabia the one that took all the looks of social networks. And it is that the coach, Herve Renard, made a splash on the app after many found it Just like Jaime Lannister, played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.
No one in the history of football has looked more like an evil Disney prince than Morocco manager Hervé Renard pic.twitter.com/9lBfDixIfl
—Nooruddean (@BeardedGenius) November 11, 2017
It was so much like thatthat the name of Jaime Lannister became the most popular trend on Twitter, all to discuss the coach. More than 2,000 tweets were published comparing the coach with the character, who was characterized by his typical blonde hair of a prince of tales.
“No one in football history has looked more like an evil Disney prince than the coach of [Arabia Saudita]Hervé Renard”, wrote one of the users on Twitter. In addition to Jaime Lannister, many He was also compared to Prince Charming from Shrek.
— Anfer (@anfer_or) November 22, 2022
Don Jaime Lannister, a man of honor. pic.twitter.com/EpJpgKxWPH
—gam (@mbafraudee) November 22, 2022
It has certainly been one of the fun moments in Qatar 2022, which has been characterized as quite controversial. Especially in regards to the opening ceremony, with multiple artists denouncing the country. Nevertheless, there was a musician who defended his participation in the World Cup.