Qatar 2022 matches will be held in the video assistant referee area. For the second time in FIFA Globalism Cup (after the 2018 World Cup Russia), Video Assistant Reree technology will be used to track goals, assess penalties awarded, identify players who have been booked and check for serious fouls that lead to red cards. Twelve cameras placed under the roof of the stadium will be used at each match, to record the movement of the match ball which has a sensor chip inside to transmit data continuously.
The players will be under constant surveillance, not only by the officials appointed for the match, but the 12 cameras designed for VAR will focus on each footballer on the field, 28 points on his body. This new technology, which tracks every limb on a player’s body, will be used in semi-automated offside decisions for the first time in World Cup matches. There is nowhere to hide for these crafty players, who try to gain an unfair advantage through fouls out of the referee’s view, with or without the ball.
World Cup matches of the past have been scarred by vicious fouls. Uruguay’s independent striker Luis Suarez biting Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini on the shoulder during Brazil 2014 was one such low point. The match official did not notice the despicable act, and Suarez fled without warning, despite the Italian’s appeal. The VAR was nailing the player as soon as his mouth touched the Italian’s shoulder while both were running the ball.
The FIFA Disciplinary Committee later looked into the match footage, and banned Suárez for nine international matches. He was also required to abstain from any football for four months, in addition to being fined CHF100,000. Uruguay’s action was a result of frustration with his struggle to influence the World Cup stage, after he returned to the team after knee surgery. Uruguay won 1-0 to advance to the knockout stage, and Italy was eliminated.
Suarez was knocked out in the next World Cup match and sent home, disgraced. He moved from Liverpool FC to FC Barcelona by then and trained on his own, as entry to football grounds or stadiums was banned by FIFA. After six successful seasons with FCB (2014-2020), he moved to La Liga rivals Atlético Madrid in 2022 and is currently with Uruguayan club Nacional. Returning to the Qatar 2022 World Cup stage, he is a 35-year-old veteran trying to revive the old flair for goalball.
VAR, which captures pitch movement, will provide some freedom for footballers across teams to express themselves with amazing skills. Competitors in defensive positions will be wary of rushing tackles or resorting to fouls against feature footballers, for fear of being caught by the cameras. The rhythm of football in the World Cup is so fast that for the maestro, 12 cameras tracking all players can be an ally and savior against ruthless opponents.
For a pure genius like the late Diego Maradona (three World Cup appearances in Spain 1982, Mexico 1986 and Italy 1990), the then-used VAR would have saved from being repeatedly hacked. Defenders didn’t mind risking a referee’s yellow card or even a yellow card to subdue the massive Argentine, who is credited with the ‘goal of the century’ at Mexico’s Estadio Azteca. He dribbled past five England players and goalkeeper Peter Shilton to score in a 2-1 win, leaving opponents dazed.
The wonderful goal was the culmination of 11 touches by the Argentine captain on the ball. And earlier in the same match, his first goal in the 51st minute against England would have been disallowed for handballing if the VAR cameras were in use then in favor of Tunisian referee Ali Bennacer for a point. Maradona jumped as if making up for his head, his outstretched left arm steered the ball past a stunned Shelton, the number 10 went on a festive run.
The England players protested, and Nasser stood by his decision and stopped the “Hand of God” goal. In a different era, VAR cameras would have captured such a cunning act on the pitch from the surface of the pitch, and the referee would have given the Argentine scorer a caution or a yellow card for cheating. England will get a free kick from where the horrific hand tap took place. Maradona returned home with the trophy. The controversial goal decision stands.
The two goals in a 2-1 win for Argentina when the score should have been 1-1 in reality represent the black and white shades of the 25-year-old maestro, cunning at the mouth and elegance with the ball at his feet. Undeterred by the shouts of the “Hand of God” goal as Maradona described it tongue-in-cheek, Argentina went from strength to strength, led by talismanic captaincy, to be crowned champions.
He was present at the Russia 2018 VIP container, watching VAR being used for the first time in World Cup events. Maradona died at the age of 60 last year due to serious health problems, and his larger-than-life presence will be missed in Qatar 2022 when Argentina take to the field for Group C matches against Saudi Arabia, Mexico and Poland. Lionel Messi is the driving force for Argentina this time around, playing in the VAR zone and hoping for protection from referees to do his magic.
Messi played the 2010 World Cup in South Africa in the Argentine blue and white, with Maradona as the national coach in the dugout. Messi’s teammates at the French club Paris Saint-Germain (Paris Saint-Germain), Neymar and Kylian Mbappe representing Brazil and France, respectively in Qatar, are famous faces that will be greatly distinguished in the opposing half and will rely on a network of cameras focusing on them for protection. of bad mistakes.
France was the first to benefit from the use of VAR technology in a World Cup final for the first time in the tournament’s history. Referee Nestor Pitana missed Croatian Ivan Perisic as he caught the ball in an attempt to clear after he was hit by a set piece at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. In response to the French players pointing at the handball, the match official then checked the screen outside the field and awarded France a penalty kick. Antoine Griezmann converted and France went on to win the title
Title fight 4-2. The French return to Qatar 2022 as defending champions.
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