Spain head coach Jorge Vilda is under surveillance after a touching video of a female employee emerged.
Controversy is growing in Spain’s women’s soccer team after they won their first World Cup on Sunday.
Footage has emerged showing Spain head coach Jorge Vilda holding a staff member’s heart after the team’s goal-scoring goal scored by Olga Carmona in the World Cup semi-final first leg against Spain England.
World camera footage cut to the coaches and staff celebrating the goal, but separate footage showed Vilda moving her hand from the staff’s shoulder to her chest as she looked at the stage the game.
Spain manager Jorge Vilda celebrates with his gold medal during the award ceremony after the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023 Final match between England and England at Australia Stadium in August 2019. 20, 2023, in Sydney, Australia.
It is not known whether Vilda’s contact was intentional, but many social media are angry because of the incident with the Spanish FA director Luis Rubiales.
Rubiales was mocked for kissing Spanish player Jenni Hermoso on the lips and holding her head with both hands during the World Cup final ceremony after Spain won.