Six teams face off in Qatar Football World Cup on day two

Abdulla Murad Ali, a Qatari banker, speaks he is incapable to put his pride and happiness into words after seeing his national squad, the Al Annabi, make their Football World Cup debut. I am not hurt that they lost. The players seemed a little nervous to me. I think the event got the better of them, he asked Al Jazeera outside his office in Ar Rayyan.

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Six teams face off in Qatar Football World Cup on day two

“It was such an incredibly electric environment at the stadium last night. Having fans from all around the world in one place in our small country made me very happy as a Qatari, he stated. I want to tell all these people that Qatar is your second home. We welcome you and we wish you will have a good time here.”

Argentina or Brazil Football team? Football followers in India hedge their bets

The Football World Cup has come to a southern Indian city, where Lionel Messi, Neymar, and other star players are, quite exactly, larger than life. In Kozhikode, in the southern state of Kerala, followers have celebrated international football’s greatest event Football World Cup for years. Gigantic cut-outs of players are on exhibit across the city on India’s western coast, along with waving flags and banners. Nearly every street has embellishments, as residents convey their love for the game.

The full story of why football is observed with religious passion in some parts of cricket-crazy India. Senegalese striker Sadio Mane is out of the Football World Cup with a leg injury. Al Jazeera’s Nicolas Haque went to Mane’s home village, Bambali, to catch the frustration of the player’s followers and family.

Opening ceremony of the first Football World Cup in the Middle East

Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani welcomed followers to the Qatar Football World Cup. La’eeb, the official Football World Cup mascot, soared over spectators as BTS singer Jungkook took the stage. Locals performed al-Ardha, a traditional sword dance. Check out more events from the opening ceremony.

Six teams face off in Qatar Football World Cup on day two

Croatia is ready for a fiery Qatar Football World Cup

Croatia’s Andrej Kramaric says he was pleasingly shocked by the weather terms in Qatar, adding that the squad’s players will start the tournament in great shape. Concerning the tournament’s timing, a winter World Cup, it’s great, we’re not sick and it’s not the end of the season. I think we will see a surge of energy from a physical standpoint during this Football World Cup, which I think is going to be fiery!

“The circumstances here have been better than I anticipated, the conditions are a little bit windy. And think about the air conditioning in the stadiums, it will even get cold throughout the matches,” Kramaric has stated.

Brazil’s hopes for Neymar to bring home a 6th FIFA World Cup

Brazil wants its star striker Neymar to help bring home a sixth Football World Cup. The Paris St Germain star was born in Moji Das Cruzes, on the outskirts of Sao Paolo. People there are hopeful their hero can bring back another title. Al Jazeera’s Monica Yanakiew’s statements from Santos, Brazil. Worldwide Tickets and Hospitality offers Football World Cup tickets for the Qatar Football World Cup at the best prices. Football fanatics and buy Football World Cup Tickets at exclusively discounted prices.

After the loss, the spirit not diminished in the Qatari neighborhood

It’s the morning after one of the biggest nights in Qatar’s history. Out in the city of Al Rayyan in the west of Doha, home to largely local inhabitants, it’s business as usual. Tea shops adorned with mini flags have been open all night. He says the mood has not diminished and people are just happy that the long-anticipated tournament has finally kicked off.

Six teams face off in Qatar Football World Cup on day two

“We had people flowing in and celebrating all night even though Qatar’s loss in the opening game,” Abu Bakr, who works at a tea and snack shop, tells Al Jazeera while making a stack of parathas.

The first multi-match day throughout the most compact Football World Cup

Today marks the first multi-match day during the Qatar Football World Cup the most efficient in history. Speaking of stadiums, Qatar has constructed seven new state-of-the-art services and remodeled an eighth for the tournament.

The country has spent twelve years revamping its transportation, including constructing a new metro. Will it be ready for thousands of fans traveling to stadiums in and across the capital Doha within just a few hours?

Ecuador coach tells Superman Valencia will be ready for the Netherlands

Ecuador’s coach has told the team’s star player, Enner Valencia, dubbed Superman by followers, should be ready to play in time for the team’s Friday game against the Netherlands. Valencia scored both of Ecuador’s goals in their 0-2 win over host Qatar. However, he limped off in the second half, sparking worries his tournament might be over soon after it began.

Six teams face off in Qatar Football World Cup on day two

“Dinner will play in opposition to the Netherlands there is no doubt about that,” coach Gustavo Alfaro told journalists.

Leaving it in Manchester: Ronaldo speaks club squad row won’t shake Portugal

Portugal superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has stated that his ongoing spat with Manchester United will not have an unfavorable impact on the national team throughout the tournament Football World Cup. The 37-year-old, five-time Ballon d’Or winner has been largely decreased to a peripheral role at Manchester United this season. Last week he lashed out at his club and United coach Erik ten Hag in a TV interview, telling he felt deceived.

“I have no doubt that this latest episode, that interview, and other events with other players that happen sometimes, can occasionally shake the player but won’t shake the team,” Ronaldo told a press conference at the Portugal camp.

Can you beat our AI bot with your projections for today?

Al Jazeera’s AI predictor who we call Kashef gives Iran just a 20 percent chance of victory against England’s 53 percent chance in Monday’s match. The game kicks off at 4 pm (13:00 GMT) at Khalifa International Stadium in Doha.

Kashef is giving Senegal a 19 percent chance of taking the win later today. The Netherlands, meanwhile, has a 52 percent chance at the 7 pm match at Al Thumama Stadium in Doha, our bot says. The US has the edge at their 10 pm match against Wales at Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan, Kashef says.

Football World Cup in Qatar reverberates across the Middle East

Qatar may have lost its first match against Ecuador, but by becoming the first country in the Middle East to host the Football World Cup, it has sparked inspiration across the region. This is a source of pride for all of us as Arabs, and it gives us a sense of pride that this is an Arab and Muslim country with such great capabilities, Shahd Salouha, 23, told Al Jazeera from a viewing event in Gaza City in the besieged Gaza Strip.

Six teams face off in Qatar Football World Cup on day two

At a cafe in Iraq’s Erbil, 26-year-old Rasul Farid told Al Jazeera: “It is a positive thing that the World Cup in an Arab country will give a different impression of us, away from stereotypes. I am here to support the Qatari team.”

What happened yesterday?

Qatar kicked off the first-ever Football World Cup in the Middle East, with an opening ceremony at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor. Qatar’s national team faced stiff competition in youthful Ecuador, losing 0-2. Senegal and France regroup after their star players were ruled out of the tournament.

Qatar coach: Team felt backed and supported

Qatar head coach Felix Sanchez has said the team felt backed and supported, even as fan enthusiasm appeared to wane as the team struggled to find their attack against Ecuador on Sunday. We felt backed and supported and we hope for the next game, people will feel prouder and keep supporting us to the end of the tournament, he told reporters after the match. There is a lot of room for improvement. Maybe the responsibility and nerves got the best of us, he added. We didn’t start well. It was a terrible start.

Six teams face off in Qatar Football World Cup on day two

After losing 0-2 on Sunday, Qatar will face Senegal and the Netherlands in the remaining group matches. Al Jazeera reported as fans watched Sunday’s match from inside and outside Al Bayt Stadium in Qatar’s Al Khor, from a fan zone in Doha’s Industrial Area, from a majlis in Al-Rayyan to the capital’s west, and from other locations across Qatar and the Middle East. The football party is up and running.

The anticipation of thousands of fans packed into Al Bayt Stadium met a disappointing loss for Qatar in the first match of the tournament on Sunday. Despite a reprieve from a disallowed goal early on, thanks to the video assistant referee, Qatar players struggled to find a rhythm. Following the 0-2 loss, they face an uphill struggle as they look ahead to Senegal and the Netherlands.

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