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Nico Polzeco harasses French half Erwan Al-Houssef over France’s World Cup loss

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(L to R) Erwan Housav, Nico Polzecco. Photo: screenshot from @nicobolzico

Erwan Housav was once again targeted by his son-in-law Nico Polzeco when he overcame France’s heartbreaking loss to Argentina in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Final on December 18.

Half is the brother of Solene, Polzecco’s wife, who recently gave birth to their second daughter. The Housseff family is half French, thanks to their French father, while Polzeco is Argentine. By the way, Polzeco said that the middle name of his second daughter will be “Lionel”, after the Argentine soccer player Lionel Messi, who led Argentina to the World Cup final.

Polzeco was still on his way to victory for the Argentine who couldn’t help but give credit to Erwan, who favored France.

“Hi guys. First, hello. And secondly, France,” Polzeco posted on his Instagram account on Friday, referring to Houssaf before his release. The half-French content creator laughed in response.

Just to close the #worldcup2022 chapter! Explanation: France lost [the final] Polzeco said.

Earlier, Polzeco posted on Instagram that he was watching the football match at Lusail Stadium in Lusail, Qatar, explaining that Argentina’s World Cup victory was a big deal among his teammates.

“It is difficult to explain [non-football] fans. we [grew] you play soccer, good or bad; “My father taking you to the stadium is one of your first childhood memories,” Polzeco wrote. This match was the most important match in the history of Argentine football. A country divided into two parts suffers from years of hostility [economic] Conditions I felt for the first time in a long time. VDE

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