“Come on, Come on Belgium has scored!
Come on, Come on, the party has begun ”… While the Belgian national team is preparing to enter the competition against Russia on Saturday evening, the Walloon Council of Ministers has made a point of supporting the“ Red Devils ” For Euro 2021. In a video posted on social networks, the Minister-President of Wallonia and part of his government stepped in to support the national team.
In a clip broadcast first broadcast on TikTok and then taken up on Twitter, we can see Elio Di Rupo putting on the scene with glasses, hat, scarves in the colors of the Belgian flag, and sounding a horn.
Or his vice minister-president Willy Borsus juggling a football.
All in music, with the song performed by Le Grand Jojo, "Goal Goal Gooaal", released for the 2018 World Cup.
Council of Ministers on the eve of the Euro.
(Video) # EURO2020 pic.twitter.com/lH60a8tmzG
- Antonio Solimando 🎙 (@ASolim) June 11, 2021
“French friends, I swear it's not a fake!
This communication operation from our Belgian neighbors made many Internet users smile, including columnist Alex Vizorek, who assured on Twitter that this video “is not a fake!
Elio Di Rupo, first supporter of the Red Devils posted another video on TikTok to the sound of “Devil Time”, cover of MC Hammer's “Hammer Time”, where he dons the jersey of the national team and tries out some juggling with a balloon.
The Belgian federal government was also keen to support the “Red Devils”.
Prime Minister Alexander De Croo posted on Friday an image of his government team with the black-yellow-red jersey, waving a Belgian flag.
🇧🇪 Als één team achter from Rode Duivels.
All together behind the Red Devils.
Best of luck, Red Devils! #Dreamteam #deviltime # EURO2020 pic.twitter.com/ZiHiuIyrli
- Alexander De Croo (@alexanderdecroo) June 11, 2021
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