Qatar 2022 World Cup, today’s matches and news

The first surprise of World comes to the third day of matches. Argentina (group C), one of the favorites to win the final, loses sensationally againstSaudi Arabiathe goal by is not enough Messi. It ends without a goal Denmark-Tunisia (group D). Lewandowski misses a penalty and between Poland And Mexico ends 0-0. Today it’s also the turn of reigning champions France. Kylian Mbappe he’s already won a World Cup, four years ago in Russia, and tonight (8pm) he’s leading the transalpines (group D) in their debut against Australia. Different training problems for deschampswho after Pogba and Kanté had to give up at the last moment of the Ballon d’Or Benzema.

Lewandowski misses a penalty, Poland-Mexico 0-0

Robert Lewandowski cheats on Poland from the spot and forces her to one 0-0 in the second match of group C against the Mexico. The match staged at Stadium 974 in Doha ends without goals, very fought but devoid of particular emotions. The biggest one on the occasion of the penalty kick awarded to the red and white through the intervention of the Var, however beaten very badly by the Barcelona striker who lets himself be hypnotized by the 37-year-old Ochoa, again postponing the appointment with the first goal in a World Cup. The teams of Michniewicz and ‘Tata’ Martino thus bring themselves to one point, placing themselves behind theSaudi Arabia And leaving in last place theArgentina.


Saudi Arabia celebrates its victory over Argentina

Big party in Saudi Arabia. After the surprising and unexpected victory against theArgentina in the debut match at World Cup in Qatarat the suggestion of the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has established that Wednesday will be a day of celebration for everyone. Starting with the schools, which will be closed, and then arriving at public and private sector employees.

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Former Wales captain Laura McAllister stopped by for a rainbow hat

The former captain of the women’s national team Wales, Laura McAllisterwas asked to take off the rainbow hat she wore for Welsh’s opening game against United States. A video, published by BBCshows the former player – former candidate for the board of the Fifa – stopped at the gates of the Doha stadium by a security officer. After a brief discussion, which continued in a private room, McAllister was able to reach his seat in the grandstand without handing over his hat, made by Rainbow Wall, a group of Welsh supporters belonging to various sexual minorities. When asked about the incident, Fifa declined to comment, while the Welsh Football Federation, in a statement, said it was “extremely disappointed” by the behavior of the security personnel at the Ahmad Bin Ali stadium, announcing that it will investigate the incident. Also because, according to Rainbow Wall’s complaint, McAllister’s would not have been a solitary episode. “Several of our fans had their rainbow hats removed at the entrance to the stadium in Qatar.”

Denmark-Tunisia without goals

The first 0-0 of the World Cup they sign it Denmark and Tunisiawho inaugurate group D with an equal.

Vertonghen and the question of the bands: “I’m afraid to express myself”

Belgium’s captain Jan Vertonghenintervened on the swaddling question: “I’m not comfortable talking about this. I’m afraid to express myself, because I risk being sanctioned and not playing. I hope it’s the last time I have this kind of experience. It’s not a good situation for football or for us, I don’t want to be manipulated and controlled, I don’t want to make political issues, but no to racism and no to discrimination are very simple messages, there wouldn’t be much more to say”. Belgium will cover the Love writing that appears on the collar of the shirts. “Fifa has left us no other choice,” the federation said.

Jan Vertonghen

Jan Vertonghen (afp)

Messi: “A heavy blow, but we won’t give up”

“This group stands out for its unity and moral strength and this is the moment to show that we are really strong. We haven’t been in a similar situation for a long time”. These are the words of Lionel Messi after defeat of Argentina against Arabia. “It’s a hard blow for everyone, for the fans and for us, we didn’t expect it. I’m just saying I have faith in this group that won’t give up. We’ve already gone through these moments and we’ve overcome them.”

Holland wins but low TV ratings

There Dutch victory over Senegal at the World Cup he didn’t garner big ratings on TV in the Netherlands. The game was watched by 4.3 million viewers, among the lowest ratings for an Orange debut match at a World Cup or European Championship.

Argentina ko, save Italy’s record

The streak of consecutive useful results of theArgentina, who had not lost in 36 games. The ko on his debut at the World Cup in Qatar against Saudi Arabia ‘save’ the all-time unbeaten record (37) signed by Mancini’s Italy. The streak of consecutive useful results for the Azzurri ended on 6 October 2021, when Italy lost 2-1 in Milan against Spain in the semi-finals of the 2020-2021 Nations League.

Argentina knocks out on debut against Saudi Arabia

A goal by is not enough Messi on penalty after 10′. Argentina starts its World Cup uphill by losing sensationally against Saudi Arabia. Renard’s team recovered in the second half with goals from Al Shehri and Al Dawsari and deservedly won by resisting until the end.

Amnesty, band is worth yellow? Making gestures at no cost is utopian

“Imagining making gestures at no cost is utopian. I’m curious to see if Germany captain Manuel Neuer will do something, because he said he would like to insist, I entrust myself to him.” So in LaPresse, Riccardo Noury, spokesman for Amnesty International Italy, regarding the controversy after Fifa’s no to captains who wanted to wear a rainbow band in support of LGBTQ+ communities.

Ruben Dias: “Portugal stop thinking about Ronaldo problems”

Two days after his debut in the World Cup Portugalagainst Ghana, Ruben Dias invited the team not to focus on the problems of Cristiano Ronaldo with his club, but to focus on the tournament. “I don’t think Ronaldo’s case hurts what we’re trying to accomplish here,” replied the Manchester City centre-back, when asked about CR7 and his desire to leave Manchester United in January. “I think we’ve talked about it enough, there’s not much to add. As a team, we will now focus on the World Cup and not on other issues,” he said.

Rainbow caps seized from Wales fans

The Football Association of Wales has opened an investigation after several female fans denounced the seizure of rainbow caps at the entrance to the stadium for the World Cup match with the United States. The stewards of the Ahmad bin Ali facility prevented several women from bringing the accessory inside to draw attention to the rights of the Lgbtq+ community and the former footballer was also among the ‘victims’ of this pre-filtering of the national team Laura McAllister. “They weren’t taken from men, only from women. Fifa are you kidding?” tweeted Rainbow Wall, a Welsh LGBTQ+ supporters’ group.

Josh Cavallo: ‘Fifa has shown that football is not inclusive’

The Australian Josh Cavallo, one of the first professional footballers to make his homosexuality publiche lashed out against the decision Fifa from prohibit the use of rainbow bands during the World Cup in Qatar. “FIFA has banned all teams from wearing the ‘OneLove’ armband as a sign of active support for LGBTQ+ people. You in FIFA have lost my respect,” he wrote on his Instagram account. Cavallo, who plays in the Australian Premier League for Adelaide United, came out as gay in October 2021. He is not in the Socceroos squad in Qatar. In another message, posted on Twitter, Cavallo criticized the appeal that the FIFA president, Gianni Infantinopitched to the 32 teams, urging them to ‘focus on football’. “It’s not the first time we’ve been told to ‘think about football’. The attacks on the LGBTQ+ community by World Cup leaders affect so many people who live in silence (…) To be a great leader in the sports world, you don’t have to never give up on bringing ALL people together,” he wrote.

Germany, Sané misses the debut against Japan

The striker Leroy Sané he missed Germany’s last training session this morning and will miss the opener against Japan tomorrow. Sané suffers from knee problems, the German Federation announced without providing further details, and will not be able to be deployed by Hansi Flick for the debut of Germany, world champions in 2014. The other 25 players selected by Flick took part in the ‘work out. After lunch, Germany will travel from their base camp to Doha, where they will stay before tomorrow afternoon’s match against Japan.

Wales, Williams’ tears for missing grandfather

Her tears last night, on the occasion of US-Waleshave been around the world. On the wheel, on social networks, by the hand of the same Neco Williamscame the explanation. The defender of Nottingham Forest and the Welsh national team had received the news of his grandfather’s death on the eve of the match in the world championship. “It was the toughest news I’ve ever had to deal with. My grandfather has been all over the world to see me play football, ever since I started in the Liverpool youth academy at the age of 6,” he wrote on InstagramWilliams.

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