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The seven European teams they had planned to bring to inclusion and anti-discrimination bracelet They gave up on Monday in the face of the threat of “sporting sanctions” during the World Cup in Qatar, they announced just hours before the England-Iran match.

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England, Wales, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands and Switzerland then forfeited their respective captains to receive a yellow card for this inclusive bracelet, feeling “frustrated” by FIFA’s inflexibility.

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Seven European teams waive the inclusive “One Love” bracelet at the World Cup

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The seven European teams who had planned to wear a colored “One Love” bracelet in favor of inclusion and against discrimination they gave up on Monday to do so in the face of the threat of ‘sporting penalties’during the World Cup in Qatar, they announced a few hours before the England-Iran match.

“FIFA has been very clear, it will impose sporting sanctions if our captains wear the armband on the pitch. As national associations, we cannot ask our players to risk sporting sanctions, including yellow cards,” these seven associations wrote.

Cristiano Ronaldo separates his conflict with Manchester United from the World Cup

CR7 can become the first player in history to score in five different World Cups. Photo Patricia de Melo Moreira/AFP

Cristiano Ronaldo assured this Monday that the soap opera of his conflict with his club Manchester United “will not affect” Portugal during Qatar 2022. The forward had slipped on the fact that the English club “betrayed” him and that his coach, Erik ten Hag, didn’t respect him.

At the press conference, on the eve of his fifth World Cup and three days before his debut in Qatar 2022 against Ghana, Cristiano underlined that these are episodes “that sometimes happen” and that “they can hit a player, but they will not affect on the team”.

Manchester United announced on Friday they had taken “appropriate action” in response to Cristiano Ronaldo’s words against his manager.

There will be Argentine representatives in the VAR of Senegal – Holland

Mauro Vigliano will be “VAR Support”. Photo Fabiano Gastiarena

Diego Bonfá, Mauro Vigliano and Ezequiel Brailovsky will be part of the VAR referee team, led by the Colombian Nicolás Gallo, in this Monday’s match between Senegal and the Netherlands.

Bonfá will assume the role of “Offside VAR”, while Vigliano will be “Support VAR” and Brailovsky will act as “Stand-By AVAR”. Brazilian Wilton Sampaio will be the chief judge of the match at Al Bait Stadium, while his compatriots Bruno Boschilia and Bruno Pires will be his assistant judges.

Fernando Rapallini and Facundo Tello are the Argentine referees called up for the World Cup, but have not yet been named for any matches. Juan Pablo Belatti and Gabriel Chade were also called up for the World Cup as assistant judges.

Qatar 2022 marks the return to the World Cup for the United States and Wales

The teams from the USA and Wales will return to the World Cup this Monday, when they square off for the first Group B date in Qatar 2022.

In the case of the North American team, the wait is short, as they were just absent from Russia 2018 after continuously qualifying from Italia 90.

Wales, on the other hand, will end a 64-year wait without participating in a championship of this kind. The only story of the representative currently having Gareth Bale as one of his figures was in Sweden 58, when he reached the quarterfinals, in which case he lost to Brazil.

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Raising the World Cup: the dream of Van Gaal and Holland

Louis Van Gaal will lead his second World Cup with the Netherlands. Photo Alberto PIZZOLI / AFP

The Netherlands have had great sides throughout their history but have never been able to be crowned world champions and have had to settle for second place three times. This is the goal that Louis Van Gaal will undoubtedly pursue, who will lead the Dutch team for the second time in his career (the previous one was in Brazil 2014).
​ “The fact that we want to win the World Cup doesn’t necessarily mean that we will. It’s my goal and you have to define it. So you can imagine it and that will help you in the process. It may be a bit ambitious for some, but it works,” acknowledged the coach in dialogue with Fifa, in the preview of the match against Senegal, which will make its debut in Qatar 2022.

The Netherlands team comes into the tournament with a big gift, having achieved a comfortable ranking at the Final Four of the European Nations League. In fact, he went 15 games without defeat.

Senegal and the challenge to overcome Mané’s absence

Sadio Mane, the great absentee in Senegal. AP Photo/Themba Hadebe

Despite extreme optimism in Senegal that Sadio Mané could play in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the Bayern Munich player was unable to recover from the injury sustained on 8 November in a Bundesliga match against Werder Bremen and was ruled out of the football’s top event.

This is the main setback that Senegal will have to overcome, a team that survived the group stage of the Qualifiers unbeaten and that, in the decisive round, left on the street, on penalties, none other than Egypt led by Mohamed Salah, one of the great absentees of the competition.

Led by Aliou Cissé, Senegal recently faced Bolivia (2-0 win) and Iran (1-1 draw). Previously, they finished third in the Cosafa Cup (Council of South African Football Associations) after winning on penalties against Mozambique.

Iran comes in ascendancy to clash with England

Portuguese Carlos Queiroz returned to Iran to manage it for the third time in a row at a World Cup. Xinhua photo/Xia Yifang

The Iranian national team, again under the guidance of the Portuguese Carlos Queiroz, its coach in Brazil 2014 and Russia 2018, arrives on the rise at the start of Qatar 2022, with two victories (Uruguay and Nicaragua, both 1-0) and a draw (Senegal 1 -1) in the last three games.

The last defeat of the Iranian team, the one that scored the most points in the Asian qualifiers, took place in June of this year against Algeria, 2-1.

England will be looking to break a losing streak on their debut

Harry Kane, one of England’s biggest hopes for Qatar 2022. AP Photo/Abbie Parr

The England squad look to end a six-game winless run, in their World Cup debut in Qatar 2022 against Iran, no less.

Although Gareth Southgate’s side qualified well and had an impressive goalscoring record (39 wins), their level has declined in the League of Nations. The decline was so pronounced that the English side were relegated to that competition’s League B, after finishing bottom of their group.

Defeats against Hungary (1-0 and 4-0) and Italy (1-0), as well as draws against Azurra (0-0) and Germany (1-1 and 3-3) doomed him. . The last victory dates back to March of this year, when they beat the Ivory Coast 3-0 in a friendly.

Three unpublished official matches for the second day of the World Cup

The three matches scheduled for this Monday at the Qatar 2022 World Cup will feature selected teams who will officially compete for the first time in history on a professional football pitch.

England and Iran They have never faced each other and this Monday they will do it from 10 (Argentina time) at the Khalifa International Stadium, for group A, with the arbitration of the Brazilian Raphael Claus.

Senegal and the Netherlands they never even crossed paths professionally. This will take place at 1pm at Al Zumama Stadium, with Wilton Sampaio, also from Brazil, as the chief judge.
They will also play for the same group B USA and Wales, teams that have their history of comparisons to zero. The duel is scheduled for 4pm at Áhmad bin Ali Stadium, with venue Abdulrahman Al Jassim arbitrating.

More than 67 thousand spectators in the opening match

The match between Qatar and Ecuador that marked the start of the 2022 World Cup, which ended with a 2-0 victory for the South Americans led by Argentinean Gustavo Alfaro, was attended by 67,372 people in the stands, as officially specified by FIFA.

Source: Clarin

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