Gary Lineker hits out at BBC over past World Cup coverage
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World Cup pundit Nadia Nadim has explained that she was taken off air during the broadcast after her mother was killed after being hit by a truck. The Danish striker is in Qatar working as a pundit for ITV, but left during Denmark’s 0-0 draw with Tunisia on Tuesday.
She has since revealed with a heartfelt message on Instragram that she left because her mother had been killed. “Tuesday morning my Mother was killed by a truck. She was on her way back from the gym,” Nadim wrote. “Words can not describe what I’m feeling. I have lost the most important person in my life and it happened so sudden and unexpected.”
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