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The clash with UEA will be La Albiceleste’s first game since the 3-0 win over Jamaica in another friendly in September, and they will be aiming to extend a four-match winning run that includes the Finalissima success against Italy in June. Argentina will also be protecting a 35-game unbeaten record, with their last defeat coming way back in 2019 against Brazil.

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UAE have not qualified for the 2022 World Cup but are preparing for the Gulf Cup of Nations in the new year with friendlies against Argentina and Kazakhstan this month.

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Italian referee Orsato picked to officiate the World Cup opener

Italian referee Daniele Orsato has been chosen to handle the World Cup opening game.

FIFA picked Orsato for Sunday’s match between host Qatar and Ecuador, describing him as “one of Europe’s most experienced referees”. He turns 47 on Wednesday.

Until 2016, FIFA imposed a mandatory age limit of 45 on match officials for international games.

  • Orsato, who was a video review official at the last World Cup, refereed the 2020 Champions League final when Bayern Munich beat Paris Saint-Germain 1-0.

    Italian referees have one of the best reputations in the modern era of World Cups, handling two of the past five finals.

    Messi misses first Argentina open practice in Doha

    Messi, midfielders Rodrigo De Paul and Leandro Paredes; defender Nicolas Otamendi and forward Angel di Maria – regular starters – along with defenders Lisandro Martinez and Juan Foyth did not go out to the training camp of the Qatar University and stayed in the gym, said the Argentine Football Association (AFA).

    Argentina’s Lionel Messi during training at Al Nahyan Stadium in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates on November 14, 2022 [Amr Alfiky/Reuters]


    Argentina will debut on Tuesday against Saudi Arabia in Group C, which also includes Mexico and Poland

    Where will football teams stay, and train at Qatar World Cup 2022?

    Three-quarters of the teams at the World Cup in Qatar this year will be based within a 10km (six miles) radius of each other, football’s world governing body has said while announcing the hotels and training venues for the 32 sides.

    Unlike in previous tournaments, every team will stay in the same hotel and use the same training base.

    “Players will have more time to train and rest during the competition while being able to experience the excitement that will take over the country at much closer quarters, as fellow players and passionate fans from all 32 nations will be gathering in a single area,” said Colin Smith, FIFA’s Chief Operating Officer – World Cup.


    Iran player accuses media of twisting team’s words

    Iran forward Karim Ansarifard refused to reply to a question about the demonstrations that have gripped his country and accused journalists of twisting the words of the team’s captain a day earlier.

    Captain Alireza Jahanbakhsh said Thursday it was a “personal” choice for players how they celebrate goals at the World Cup, and insisted his teammates were focusing on the competition and not the anti-government protests at home.

    Some Iranian athletes have celebrated their performances with gestures of support for the demonstrators.

    Iran plays their first match of this World Cup against England on Monday.

    “The players and I will always try to defend each other and always say the truth.”

    Inside the fan zone for Qatar’s ‘Annabi’ team

    Al Annabi village is a mini fan zone for fans of Qatar’s football team.

    In addition to a goal-scoring area, a match screening corner, and some children’s activities, there is also a little museum offering visitors a chance to learn about the history of football in Qatar.

    On display are team jerseys, newspaper clippings, team sheets, and the team’s prized possession: football trophies. The AFC Asian Cup trophy that Qatar won in 2019 sits between two Arab Gulf Cup trophies.

    Fans of the Al Annabi will hope that their team will be able to add a gleaming FIFA World Cup trophy to this collection.

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