Football fans are waiting for the 2022 World Cup to be held in Qatar, among the expectations after some strong teams have arrived in this most important football tournament in the world.
A report from the Spanish newspaper “Marca” indicates that “big names” may be absent from the next World Cup, namely:
The Spanish national team suffered their first World Cup qualifying defeat since 1993 against Sweden 2-1, ending a run of 66 straight games without losing.
The La Roja team suffers from the absence of a top scorer in team, that is in able to score from the chances created by the rest of the team.
Alvaro Morata received his share of criticism before and after the start of “Euro 2020”, while other options available to coach Luis Enrique suffered from clear scoring weakness.
The Spanish team must win all of their games and Sweden must lose in their next match to take first place in the group.
The Colombian team is fifth in the group after Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador and Uruguay, which means that it is not among the automatic qualifiers for the World Cup.
Columbia’s current location allows for a playoff match in the Confederation Group.
And national team player James Rodriguez has been criticized for his mediocre performance with his national team, so will he be able to change that in the next few days?
The team of the mills
The Dutch national team faced stiff competition in Group G, as they take second place with 7 points and share the center with Montenegro and Norway, while being in delay compared to leaders Turkey.
Many fans of “Team Mills” fear that he will not make it to the 2022 World Cup, as he does not behave as strong as with manager Ronald Koeman.
National of Chile
Another South American team that is in danger of being absent from the upcoming football wedding is Chile, which ranks seventh in a group of 10 teams: Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador, Uruguay, Colombia, Paraguay, Bolivia, Peru and Venezuela.
The Japanese team is not absent from the World Cup, but its chances of qualifying for the next tournament remain in doubt, being the team behind Australia, Saudi Arabia and Oman, they all won prime qualifying matches for the Qatar World Cup.
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