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England: Julián Álvarez hit a soccer player with a ball and Manchester fans thanked him with a mural | On International Cat Day

In London, they made a mural for Julian Alvarez for hitting the soccer player in the face with a ball Kurt Zouma, convicted of beating his cat. The move was made during the match played last Sunday between Manchester City y West Hamwhich ended 2-0 in favor of the team from Pep Guardiola. The impact was celebrated by the tribune with the chant: “This is how your cat felt”.

At 32 minutes into the second half, the Argentine striker entered the field to replace the Scandinavian Erling Haaland, who scored the two goals. Although the former River player did not convert during the match, he managed to be on everyone’s lips after a shot on goal ended up hitting the face of West Ham’s French defender.

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Due to the impact of the ball, Zouma fell to the ground and lay there for several seconds. City fans celebrated Álvarez’s move and chanted That’s how your cat felt (“This is how your cat felt.”) It was in reference to what happened a few months ago, when A video of Zouma kicking and hitting his cat went viral.

Shortly after the match, In London, a mural dedicated to the former River player appearedwith the image of Álvarez surrounded by cats and a message that says “Thank you”, thank you in English.

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Conviction against Kurt Zouma for animal abuse

Last February, the British newspaper The Sun released a recording in which Kurt Zouma is seen tormenting, kicking, chasing and hitting your catlaughing as he does so.

When the controversy broke out, Zouma issued a statement in which he said: “I want to apologize for my actions. There are no excuses for my behavior, which I sincerely regret.. I also want to apologize to everyone who saw the video. This behavior was an isolated incident and will not happen again.”

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In March, after an investigation and several complaints, including that of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals and the Brigitte Bardot Foundation, the British Justice sentenced Zouma to pay 9 thousand pounds—about 10,800 dollars—already perform 140 hours of community service for animal abuse. At the same time, your pet was removed from your care and you were banned from having cats for 5 years.

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