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Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2022

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:MGL 2-0 :BRU

:MAC 1-0 :SRI

:LAO 0-1 :BAN (big surprise)

:CAM 2-0 :PAK

:BHU 1-0 :GUM

Tomorrow is :MAS:TLS


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:MAS 7-1 :TLS

As expected a huge win


I'm England 'till I die, I'm England 'till I die, I know I am, I'm sure I am, I'm England till I die

And it's Arsenal... Arsenal FC! We're by far the greatest team, the world has ever seen.

#TeamGB #ThreeLions #COYG

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Posted (edited)

Norjmoo Tsedenbal :MGL 

His left-foot strike from a free-kick in the ninth minute of the subsequent 2-0 victory against Brunei Darussalam meant that Mongolian captain will be remembered as the man who scored the first goal of the qualifiers for Qatar 2022.

 

Goal and article at AFC site

Edited by Henry_Leon

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:MAC is refusing to play the return leg in :SRI 

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38 minutes ago, intoronto said:

:MAC is refusing to play the return leg in :SRI 

There is absolutely no reason the leg shouldn’t be played there, but FIFA will inevitably cave.


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4 minutes ago, Olympian1010 said:

There is absolutely no reason the leg shouldn’t be played there, but FIFA will inevitably cave.

What about the terrorist attack on Easter and in the follow weeks? It seems like a good excuse to play the return match at home

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4 minutes ago, Gianlu33 said:

What about the terrorist attack on Easter and in the follow weeks? It seems like a good excuse to play the return match at home

Everywhere is dangerous, but a terrorist attack is different than gang violence, civil war, etc. A terrorist attack is not prolonged violence. Plus, I’m sure the Sri Lankan government will have taken the necessary measures to protect the pitch in anyone tries again.


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2 minutes ago, Olympian1010 said:

Everywhere is dangerous, but a terrorist attack is different than gang violence, civil war, etc. A terrorist attack is not prolonged violence. Plus, I’m sure the Sri Lankan government will have taken the necessary measures to protect the pitch in anyone tries again.

Is Sri Lanka we have a different situation, it's a bit more complicated than a terrorist attack in a western country... 

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13 minutes ago, Gianlu33 said:

Is Sri Lanka we have a different situation, it's a bit more complicated than a terrorist attack in a western country... 

Right, but Macau isn’t exactly a shinning pearl either...


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19 hours ago, Henry_Leon said:

Normoojiin Tsedenbal :MGL 

His left-foot strike from a free-kick in the ninth minute of the subsequent 2-0 victory against Brunei Darussalam meant that Mongolian captain will be remembered as the man who scored the first goal of the qualifiers for Qatar 2022.

 

Goal and article at AFC site

Well, 'remembered' is a relative term in this case :p

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