The picture is clear about the identities of most of the teams that qualified for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, with only five places left in these finals. In the next few hours, the other two places will be decided by CONCACAF qualifiers (North, Central America and the Caribbean), with the remaining three places to be decided in the finals in Europe, Asia and later this year. Global accessory.
But the draw for Friday’s final in Doha, the capital of Qatar, will determine the path of the 29 teams that have qualified from 32 places in the World Cup, and will determine its course. All three teams are expected to qualify until their exact identities are known. With balance, the expected World Championships in Qatar will take a new and big step on the path to establishing this historic version.
Qatar will host the World Cup from November 21 to December 18, the first edition of World Cup history to take place in the middle of the year. While the number of teams in the tournament will increase to 48 starting from the next edition planned for 2026, it can also be considered a historic edition as it is the last with only 32 teams participating. Even the relatively quiet pace of international friendly matches will be conducted with great enthusiasm because top teams will be a big crowning achievement for their victories.
German goalkeeper and captain Manuel Neuer said yesterday after a 1-1 draw with his Netherlands teammate: “We must take advantage of every test we take before heading to Qatar. For this, we must take every match seriously.” He explained, “The first big name we met was the Dutch national team and we performed well most of the time. I think it was a decent performance.”
The German national team (Mannschaft) has won eight matches and drawn one since coach Hansie Flick took charge of the team after their participation in the European Nations Cup (Euro 2020) in mid-2021. And in recent years Belgium is expected to become the world number one, while world champion France and second-placed England will be the European champions and European champions Italy the absence of the Italian team. Was eliminated from the qualifying round with the biggest surprise.
Since the Brazilian team won in 1962, the French team, led by its best striker Kylian Mbabane, has been able to win the World Cup for the second year in a row. On the other hand, the. The Brazilian team is currently leading the way in snatching the world title from European teams. This is the first time the team has won the title in 2002 in South Korea and Japan.
The Brazilian team set a new record for the number of points scored in a single copy of the South American qualifier for the World Cup, where it took the lead in the qualifying round with 45 points, before its expected match against the Argentine national team was canceled. Last time and decided to do it again. Teams from Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Ecuador have booked four direct qualifying tickets for the World Cup in Qatar from the South American qualifying rounds.
Coach Tide, the coach of the Brazilian national team, said: “I feel relaxed now.
The African champion Senegal team defeated the Egyptian team led by the famous star Mohamed Salah on penalties to register their place in the final in Qatar.
Teams from Tunisia, Morocco, Ghana and Cameroon from the African continent also qualified for the World Cup. The Canadian team returns to the World Cup for the first time in 36 years as the team clearly booked its dominance in the qualifying round for the Confederation of North, Central America and the Caribbean (CONCACAF). The first qualifying card for the World Cup from this union. With him the American and Mexican teams seem to be strong candidates.
Teams from Saudi Arabia, Japan, South Korea and Iran have qualified from the Asian continent, while the United Arab Emirates will play their Australian team in the Asian play-offs, with the winning team qualifying for the international play-offs. The top team in the South American qualifiers will meet.
The play-offs will take place next June, with another match in the playoffs between the Oceania Confederation qualifying champions and the fourth-placed team in the CONCACAF qualifying round. The Ukrainian team will face its Scottish opponent in the semi-finals of the first track of the European Link, and the winner of them will face the Welsh team in the final of the same route. Two matches on the European link have been postponed due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine in recent weeks.
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