[ans]You know Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar. But you may not have heard of Madhu Bollapally, Rajendra Prabhu Mandolji, Ramesh Kaladi or Hardaljeet Singh. They are just four Indians who have lost in Qatar, in the run-up to the 2022 Qatar Football Championship Globalism Glass.
India may not have qualified for the FIFA World Cup Finals, but countless faceless hands have built the stadiums and avenues on which the football stars will tread at Qatar 2022.
According to a report in The Guardian, more than 6,500 migrant workers from India Its neighbors have died in Qatar since FIFA awarded them the 2022 World Cup.
That’s not all.
The awarding of the quadrennial show to Qatar was in itself controversial. Once Qatar 2022 secured the official seal as host, the logistical dilemma of hosting the World Cup in the 50°C summer heat meant the tournament moved into a winter window for the first time ever.
When the question was asked as to why Qatar would want to host the FIFA World Cup – Sportswashing was suggested as a final end goal.
Come November 20, 2022, all of that won’t matter.
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The glitz and glamor of the bright light engulfing the first FIFA World Cup in the Gulf will drown out the controversy.
Messi, Ronaldo and the aforementioned Neymar will be center stage.
Defending champions France, and their large number of stars of African descent, will enter as heavy favorites once again. England, who were on the verge of finally bringing football home, would miss their chances. Spain and Germany, with two young teams, will also be the winners of the previous editions before Les Blues.
Portugal would want to win it for Cristiano Ronaldo and Argentina would love to do the same for Lionel Messi. Neymar will strive to step out of the shadows of Messi, Ronaldo and countless other Brazilian stars before him and deliver the most valuable trophy.
The Netherlands, Croatia, Belgium, Uruguay, Switzerland, Japan and South Korea hope the bigger teams drop so they can claim to be the top winners too – Poland, Ghana, Ecuador, Iran, Mexico and Saudi Arabia. Arabic, Denmark, Morocco, Serbia, Canada, Wales, Costa Rica, Tunisia, Australia, Cameroon, Poland, Senegal, USA – will want to leave a mark.
Football on the big stage is expected to attract thousands of fans to Qatar no matter what happens during the playing period. All that matters is the beautiful game, but the background looks ugly.
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