Qatar National Team Makes New Gains Before World Cup 2022

Saturday 07/08/2021

Qatar National team added new gains to its technical and physical readiness before its historic and exceptional appearance in the World Cup that his country will host in 2022.

"Al Annabi” finished a few days ago an important preparatory stage as part of his lengthy preparation plan for the World Cup when he participated in a distinguished and exemplary participation in the Gold Cup for the CONCACAF football region.

Qatar team was very close to qualifying for the final match had it not been for its difficult loss to the host United States and runner-up of the last edition 0-1 in the semi-final match.

This participation provided an opportunity to interact with strong teams and with a special nature of play, which contributes to the Qatari team's introduction to a new football school style, which thus allows it to deal with it well, if it faces it during the World Cup competitions.

The Qatar team also showed, throughout its career in the tournament, a remarkable improvement and escalation in the graph of technical performance, physical presence, mental and psychological preparation, and at the same time reassured about the development of the level of its players, and their high scoring ability versus defensive solidity, based on the results they achieved during the matches they played.

Before reaching the semi-final match, in which the Qatari team missed a penalty kick and received a goal in its last minutes, "Al Annabi" had achieved three victories against a draw, and without receiving any loss, as they overcame El Salvador 3-2 in the quarter-finals, and before that topped Group D after He tied with Panama 3-3 and then beat Grenada 4-0 and Honduras 2-0.

In turn, the Qatar national team striker Al Moez Ali won the top scorer award after he managed to score four goals in the tournament, which is a new confirmation of his high capabilities, after he had previously won the same award during the 2019 Asian Cup.

It is noteworthy that Qatar's participation in the tournament came through an invitation card, as part of a series of international and continental participations, under the supervision of Spanish coach Felix Sanchez.

Moreover, Qatar national team, the champion of the last Asian Cup, which was held in the UAE 2019, participated in many international competitions, including the Copa America in Brazil in 2019 and the European qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup, in which it was also invited to participate, during which it faced European teams.