WATCH: New footage rubbishes Luis Rubiales’ version of kiss with Jenni Hermoso


New footage has emerged of Luis Rubiales’ kiss with Jenni Hermoso at the Women’s World Cup, with his version of events being rubbished.

The Spanish FA president has come in for widespread criticism as a result of his actions in Sydney.

What is the matter?

Rubiales was seen grabbing victorious players following their 1-0 victory over England, before then planting a kiss onto the lips of Barcelona striker Hermoso.

He has faced calls to resign from prominent posts since – as he is also a vice-president at UEFA – but has resolutely refused to back down.

Rubiales has claimed that the kiss in question was consensual, with the RFEF backing his cause when publishing a number of photos – alongside an 800-word statement – that supposedly proved that Hermoso had initiated the controversial interaction by lifting the Spanish FA chief off the ground.

RFEF made to look foolish

A video shot from the stands – which provides a different angle on proceedings – does, however, appear to show that Rubiales jumped into the arms of Hermoso and was not picked up by the 33-year-old forward.

The RFEF claimed that: ‘The feet of Mr President are ostensibly raised off the ground as a result of the player’s action. The evidence is conclusive. Mr President has not lied.

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‘The RFEF and Mr President will demonstrate each of the lies that are spread either by someone on behalf of the player or, if applicable, by the player herself.’

Suggestions of Rubiales having to lift himself off the ground so as ‘not to fall’ have now been refuted.

How has the saga impacted Rubiales?

He has been banned by FIFA from all football-related activity as a full investigation into events continues.

Rubiales has, however, been involved in the RFEF writing to UEFA asking for Spanish teams to be banned from European competition due to government interference in sporting matters – although that request has been snubbed.

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