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After the loss of the Senegalese team in the final of the African Cup of Nations, Algerian fans in the French city of Évreux cheerfully flocked to the city center to celebrate the success of their beloved team. However, it became sour for a statue of a particularly prominent French historical figure.
Football supporters in the French city of Évreux showed their joy after the Algerian team's victory over Senegal in the final of the African Cup of Nations, all too passionately, because they tore a new statue of General Charles de Gaulle from their base when they tore the city flooded center to celebrate the team's victory, according to La Dépêche d & # 39; Évreux. The next day the statue was still on the floor, not yet reinstalled.
A travers with acte odieux, c & # 39; est le symbole même de notre Nation libre qui est visé.
Que les coupables offers retrouvés and condamnés par la Justice! pic.twitter.com/vIrJWoCNp8
– N. Dupont-Aignan (@dupontaignan) July 20, 2019
The mayor of Évreux, Guy Lefrand, filed a complaint on behalf of the city and said that he & # 39; was very shocked like all residents of the city & # 39 ;.
Algeria claimed the win at the Africa Cup of Nations final in Egypt on Friday and beat Senegal 1-0. The victory led to celebrations throughout Europe and especially in France, where people flooded the streets of Paris, Lyon, Marseille, Strasbourg and Toulouse.
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