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Brazilian fans lash out at Zuniga
by Nathalie Marie, July 6th, 2014 9:40PM

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[VIDEO PICK: World Cup] A Brazilian ripping up a Panini card of Colombian defender Juan Zuniga is among the fans displaying their anger at the player who kneed Neymar in the back and ended the star's World Cup. A very young Brazilian fan reacted with tears.

The fan said he wanted to cut off Zuniga’s head for the dangerous tackle on Neymar and FIFA was also a target of the wrath.



This little girl, Ana Bella cried her eyes out when she found out Neymar was out of the World Cup.





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  1. Mark Wallis
    commented on: July 7, 2014 at 2:55 p.m.
    FYI, what he ripped up was a Panini sticker, not a trading card. Panini also makes World Cup trading cards. Ripping up a card would have given him more pleasure, as they are much sturdier than the stickers.

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