What supporters did to FIFA President after England victory in the World Cup.

Gianni Infantino, the president of FIFA, attended England's final Group B match against Wales. Marcus Rashford scored twice, and Phil Foden also scored, as the 

Three Lions overcame the Dragons 3-0.Although neither team was able to score in the first half, Wales lost the game because to two quick goals in the second.

Following a free-kick goal by Rashford, Harry Kane capitalized on a mistake by Ben Davies in defense and drilled the ball across the penalty area for Foden to

score and make it 2-0.In the 68th minute, Rashford scored his second goal and England's third goal with a skilled finish inside the penalty area with substitute Kalvin

Phillips providing the assist. The Three Lions, who finished first in Group B with seven points, will now face Senegal in the round of 16.

The FIFA president emerged on the stadium's large screens as time ran short in the game with England in control of possession and Southgate giving many players crucial

playing time. When they saw Infantino make an appearance, the crowd reacted by booing him loudly.Infantino has been outspoken on important matters related to the 

World Cup in Qatar, including an astonishing tirade against the "hypocrisy" of Western Europe the day before the competition began on November 18. Harry Kane and Manuel Neuer

had to wear FIFA's own "no discrimination" armband as a result of FIFA's decision to intimidate players who wished to wear the OneLove armband with potential punishment.