World Cup 2022: Here's everything you need to know about soccer's biggest tournament
ByFunAsia 16 Nov 2022 11:18 AM 51
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The last opportunity for Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. Kylian Mbappé is back in the most significant phase of all. Brazil is offering a record-broadening 6th title.

Quite possibly of the most enthusiastically expected World Cup in memory — as much for off-the-field reasons as those on it — starts Sunday in Qatar.

32 groups, 64 matches, 29 days. The primary World Cup in the Center East.
Association play all over the planet has stopped, and presently soccer's emphasis is on Qatar, whose public group opens the competition with a match against Ecuador.
The following are a couple of things to watch when gathering games get moving in the littlest country ever to have a World Cup, where a few fans will remain in drifting lodgings when they head over to make an in the move:

Top Teams
Brazil (No. 1 in FIFA positioning). Neymar, Vinícius Júnior, and the remainder of the energy-filled Selecao are cresting with perfect timing. Is a first World Cup title beginning around 2002 not too far off?

Belgium (No. 2). The " Golden Generation" is a step-by-step separation; however, Kevin De Bruyne is driving the Belgian charge. There is uncertainty about the wellness of Romelu Lukaku, be that as it may.

Argentina (No. 3). No World Cup title since the incomparable Diego Maradona. This will be the principal World Cup since his passing in November 2020. Argentina has further developed under mentor Lionel Scaloni, with Messi still at its center and driving the group on a 35-match unbeaten run.

France (No. 4). The reigning champs. Still the country with the most profundity to its crew, despite a physical issue list that incorporates Paul Pogba and N'Golo Kante. Presently Mbappé AND Karim Benzema are driving the assault.

Britain (No. 5). The group has hit a terrible fix of structure — winless in six games — yet has severe strength areas for a record in significant ongoing competitions.


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