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DOHA, Qatar (AP) - Former Germany striker Sandro Wagner has come under fire for a derogatory remark he made about the Qatari men's traditional dress during Sunday's World Cup match between Germany and Spain while commenting for television .
Commenting on the teams' 1-1 draw for German broadcaster ZDF, Wagner said in the 79th minute he thought one end of Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor would be packed with German fans.
"It was only then that I realized that these are the Qatari bathrobes," said Wagner
Wagner was referring to the thaub, the traditional long-sleeved white long robes worn by many men in the region.
Wagner's comments drew angry reactions on social media.
ZDF responded to some of the complaints on Twitter with a short statement: "Unfortunately, Sandro Wagner's comments about Thaub fell into an emotional phase of the game. He is not allowed (to say that). We'll talk about it."
Wagner previously played eight games for Germany and played for Bayern Munich at numerous German clubs.
During the game, Qatari fans protested the German team by covering their mouths while holding up pictures of former German player Mesut Özil, who was the target of racial slurs after the team's early exit from the 2018 World Cup in Germany.
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