Power cut during Brazil-Switzerland World Cup match (photo)

The Brazil-Switzerland match in the World Cup was exposed to a difficult situation that almost caused a problem in the match before it was quickly rectified, which was a temporary power failure without disclosing the reason, and before a crisis occurred during the match that ended with Brazil’s victory with a free goal and Brazil’s advance to the round of 16 after picking up two important victories.

The match was held at the “974” stadium in the Qatari capital Doha, in the second round of the group stage of the 2022 World Cup, and the international referee, El Salvadoran Ivan Barton, had to stop the match due to a power failure, before allowing the Brazilian team to implement a corner kick obtained and continue the match.

News of the power outage spread on social media lasting just 4 seconds, in a quick response to the crisis that unfolded and sparked much controversy on social media.

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