Samuel Eto’o, the president of the Cameroon Football Association, was filmed attacking a man following Brazil’s 4-1 victory over South Korea in the World Cup’s round of 16 on Monday.
During an altercation, the former Barcelona striker was caught on camera kneeing a man in the head.
Eto’o is also one of Qatar’s “legacy ambassadors” for the tournament.
On Monday night, outside Doha’s 974 Stadium, the former African Footballer of the Year confronted the man filming him while posing for selfies with fans.
Following a brief exchange with the cameraman, Eto’o became enraged and refused to be restrained from attacking the white man.
The Cameroon legend chased the man in the viral video, and he [the man] continued to back away.
Eto’o was seen giving his phone to someone to hold while a member of his entourage attempted to grab the camera from the man.
He broke free from the two men restraining him and attacked the man with the camera by kneeing him in the head.