I'm having trouble understanding the grammatical structure of the two sentences below.
Shouldn't it be "plays out" instead of "play out" in both of these sentences, since the subject is "what"? As in, "what is playing out(what is happening now) in Ukraine..."
"In the context of the horrors of what we’re seeing play out in Ukraine, the day to day running of a football club pales into insignificance."
“What we’re seeing play out there are the somewhat toxic politics of national security, which have swamped countries around the West since 9/11,”
What have I got wrong?