World Cup 2022: Qatar threatens a World Cup hangover


The Qatari national team has been in isolation for the past three months with training camps in Austria and Spain.


Sebastian Wendelfootball reporter

Greater than! More beautiful! Better! Qatar spared no expense or effort to fool the audience into thinking it was a brilliant modern world during the World Cup. With Moderate Success: Even in the days leading up to the start of the tournament, human rights violations, oppression of gays, clandestine conditions for guest workers, and purchased fan photography dominated the headlines. And not the sport. Can the Qataris at least score on the pitch from Sunday?

Good: Everything indicates that the soccer performance of the host country continues to add water to the mill of critics and mockers. Qatar is threatened with a World Cup hangover!

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