Don’t make plans for December 18th [na wszelki wypadek]- March Announces An extraordinary World Cup kicks off in Qatar, with the participation of 32 teams in search of a dream. Spain is preparing for the match with Costa Rica with great awareness, so as not to repeat the “curse” of the first appearance.
Column by President Luis Rubiales in the 35 Days – 35 Signatures: Country Pride series. “To get the ball from Spain, we’re going to be very aggressive,” the Costa Rican coach texted. “Robben’s show was happiness,” says Iker Casillas.
World Cup without Benzema as such He indicates that Qatar 2022 begins with a shock due to the exit of the Golden Ball due to injury. “I never give up, but now I have to think about the team,” says the Frenchman, who will be sidelined for three weeks. The hosts, Ecuador, are entering a tournament as exciting as it is controversial.
Also downstairs: concern Messi is still training separately; Valencia doctors believe that Gaia can play against Costa Rica. Belgium fans are criticizing Eden Hazard’s weight gain.
Also, publicity for cooperation shred With UNICEF on the occasion of International Children’s Day.
“for him!” – Mundo Deportivo He describes that the most unusual World Cup, and perhaps the last for Messi and Cristiano, is about to begin, with young Spain not excluded going into battle for the title defended by France. 17:00 Qatar vs Ecuador: The host opens the show.
Bottom: Benzema is injured again and will miss the World Cup. “Luis Enrique has personality and the players follow us,” Camacho says in an interview. Barcelona talks with Ter Stegen and De Jong to expand opportunities for financial fair play. Verstappen won the final qualifier of the F1 season and made peace with Checo Pérez.
‘First year recovery’ – sports Analyzes indicate that the coach succeeded in forming a competitive Barcelona in the Spanish League, but his project is bound to improve in Europe. Xavi’s goal is to win major trophies in 2023 to cement his place on the bench. Tip: Coach will be disconnected in Qatar.
Above: The World Cup kicks off! – A great football match begins with Spain hoping to do something great; “We can beat anyone,” says Eric Garcia. Benzema is injured and bid farewell to the World Cup!
Below: Badalona’s high-altitude basketball derby. Plus columns about: Chaffee as Best Architect for Redevelopment; That Barcelona win the title in Qatar. In the series Stars of the World Cup: Cafu.
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