As the countdown to the highly anticipated world cup 2022 draws closer, the global enthusiasm and fervor surrounding the prestigious tournament have reached unprecedented levels. The hype surrounding the event can be felt in every aspect of society. From passionate debates among friends and colleagues to elaborate preparations by host country Qatar, the anticipation is palpable. Football enthusiasts are already discussing their favorite teams and players, making predictions, and engaging in friendly rivalries that will only intensify once the tournament begins.
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Rodrigo De Paul, the Argentina midfielder recently revealed that Lionel Messi requested him to not risk his health at the time of the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar.
The midfielder of Atletico Madrid was an omnipresent figure in the midfield of La Albiceleste. Nevertheless, he stated that he sustained an injury blow in the semi-finals against the Netherlands. The team of Lionel Scaloni won the game through penalties, which ended in 2-2 by the time extra time ended. Continue reading Lionel Messi Claimed He Will Take Them to the Semi-Finals World Cup 2022
The football world cup organized by FIFA for the year 2022 finally came to end. However, many fans were eagerly waiting to know who wins the golden ball for this year’s tournament. The result may not come as a surprise to many fans over the world. It was eventually none other than Lionel Messi who won the Golden Ball at the 2022 World Cup, making him the first player to win both the Golden Ball and World Cup in one season.
The golden ball award is given to the best player at a tournament and has been given out since 1982. Throughout its history, it has been awarded to players from one of three teams, the winners, runners-up, or losing semifinalists. However, when it comes to o Lionel Messi, he has now won both awards in one season—he won Golden Ball (best player) last night at Qatar 2022 as Argentina beat France 3-0 in the final. Continue reading FIFA 2022 Golden Ball Winner
Qatar Emir Sheikh Tamim ibn Hamad Al Thani is likely to visit Dhaka after the FIFA World Cup Tournament at an invitation of Bangladesh President Md Abdul Hamid. This was revealed today while Qatar Ambassador to Bangladesh Seraya Ali Mahdi Saeed Al Qahtani paid a courtesy call on foreign minister Dr AK Abdul Momen at foreign ministry here today. During the meeting, the Qatar envoy handed over the official invitation acceptance letter of Qatar Emir to the Foreign Minister for onward transmission to the President, a foreign ministry press release said.
The Ambassador said the Emir of Qatar was very keen on developing the bilateral relations with Bangladesh to new heights. Dr Momen expressed his satisfaction over the excellent bilateral engagements between Bangladesh and Qatar in various fields including political, economic, defence, manpower and trade. He thanked Qatar for hosting the Second Foreign Office Consultations (FOC) between the two countries in Doha last month. Continue reading QATAR’S EMIR LIKELY TO VISIT BANGLADESH AFTER FIFA WORLD CUP
Josh Sargent is back on the U.S. roster for the first time in a year, picked at forward along with Ricardo Pepi and Jesús Ferreira for the Americans’ final two World Cup warmup matches. Defenders Sergiño Dest, Chris Richards and Sam Vines, and winger Gio Reyna also were among 26 players selected Wednesday by coach Gregg Berhalter after missing the four previous matches in May and June.
The 13th-ranked Americans play No. 23 Japan on Sept. 23 in Düsseldorf, Germany, and 53rd-ranked Saudi Arabia four days later in Murcia, Spain. Berhalter plans to announce his 26-man World Cup roster on Nov. 9, 12 days before the Americans’ opener at the tournament in Qatar. Six players from the late spring games were dropped: defenders George Bello, Erik Palmer-Brown and Antonee Robinson, midfielder Cristian Roldan, winger Tim Weah and forward Haji Wright. Continue reading SARGENT, PEPI, FERREIRA ON US ROSTER FOR QATAR 2022 WORLD CUP WARMUPS