In a sports poll, World Cup 2022 in Qatar was chosen as the best FIFA World Cup of this century with a staggering 78% of votes. With just 6% of the vote, the 2002 World Cup between Japan and South Korea came in second, followed by Brazil in 2014 with 5%, Germany in 2006, Russia in 2018 with 4%, and South Africa in 2010 with 3%.
There is no doubt that the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar will be the best tournament of this century. The historic tournament featured a lot of goals, comeback hilarity, and upsets by teams with smaller rosters. The Middle East hosted its first world cup this year. Lionel Messi won the World Cup by beating France on penalties, 3-2, establishing Qatar’s place in football history for many reasons. Morocco became the first African and Arab team to reach the semifinals in Qatar, making history. Continue reading “World Cup 2022 Is the Most Popular”
Qatar has opened up doors for football fans
from other Gulf states to attend the World Cup 2022. The head of the organising
committee has confirmed that there will be no blockade on fans from UAE,
Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and Egypt for the special event. Qatar has been involved
in a fight with these countries since 2017 and even trade services have been
disrupted. However, the World Cup 2022 will be the first time such a grand
event is being held in the Middle East and preparations have been in full swing
for a while. Qatar will be constructing brand-new stadiums that are air-conditioned
in order to prevent the desert heat from hitting players and spectators.
A number of fans are likely to descend upon
Qatar. Crucially, fans of Egypt and Saudi Arabia are also likely to be amongst
them. Among the four teams that are involved in a battle with Qatar, Saudi
Arabia and Egypt are likely to qualify for the tournament. Spectators will also
need not worry about the availability of alcohol, which is a difficult topic
since Qatar is a conservative Muslim country with strict laws about alcohol. A
majority of the 1 million visitors expected to visit the country will demand
alcohol and the organising committee has confirmed that they are discussing the
potential of lowering this product’s price.
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