The next FIFA World Cup will take place in Qatar next year. 48 countries that will take part in the FIFA World Cup tournament, only 3 countries have qualified. The FIFA 2022 World Cup qualifying matches will end by June next year. The main World Cup tournament will start on November 21, 2022, and end on 18 December 2022.
The Super Eagles have performed well at the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers so far. But some issues are still lingering from the 2018 edition. Despite the aberration by Odion Ighalo against Argentina in 2018, such effective form has not brought on a recurrence of the light-headedness that preceded the leaden-footedness at Russia World Cup finals.
1. Franz Beckenbauer Franz Anton Beckenbauer is a 76-year-old German football manager and retired professional footballer who last played as a defender for Bayern Munich and the Germany national team. Widely regarded as one of the best German players of all time, Beckenbauer was twice named European Footballer of the Year.
5. Alan Shearer Alan Shearer is a 51-year-old English football pundit and former professional footballer who played as a striker for Newcastle United and the England national team. Widely regarded as one of the greatest English players of all time, Shearer was named Football Writers' Association Player of the Year in 1994 and won the PFA Player of the Year award in 1995.
Ranked number one in the world by FIFA, the Belgium national team are yet to prove and convince fans why they are the best in the world when it comes to international football. Early last month, FIFA released the full list of top footballing nations, as Belgium, Brazil, England, France, Italy, Argentina, Portugal and Spain all occupied the first 8th spots respectively.
Dejan Stankovic is regarded as one of the most respected midfielders in the history of Inter Milan. The former Lazio star won a few trophies during his professional football career. He also has a very good reputation in international football. This is due to the fact that he is the only football star who has represented three different countries at the FIFA World Cup.
Some players have suffered injuries at the International football that is currently going on across each Continent of the world. These Players who suffered injury will mean a huge blow to their respective clubs especially the top teams in the European league. Meanwhile, some players have got injuries at their clubs which prevented them from participating in the ongoing FIFA World Cup qualification.
1. Lionel Messi -358 The former FC Barcelona captain is widely regarded as the best player in the world and one of the greatest players of all time.Messi has scored over 750 senior career goals and has the most goals ever by a player for a single club. He is currently playing for Paris Saint-Germain with the contract set to end in 2023 with an option for an extra year.
Nigeria will continue its quest to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar with a doubleheader against Central African Republic (CAR). The first leg of the encounter will take place at the Teslim Balogun Stadium on Thursday, October 7, while the return leg will take place in Cameroon three days later.
The Nigerian men's national football team, the Super Eagles, played their second match in Group C of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers as they faced Cape Verde. Photo Credit: @LindaIkejisblog || Twitter App. The Nigerian team that faced Cape Verde was nearly a completely different team than the one that defeated Liberia by a score of 2–0 seven days earlier, because the Cape Verde Islands were designated as a "red zone" by the UK, and anyone traveling from such a country to the UK must be isolated for 14 days before mixing with the general public.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria suffered their first defeat of their FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign as Central African Republic beat them by a goal to nil at the Teslim Balogun Stadium in Lagos. The away side defended for most parts of the match, absorbing all the pressure they got from the Super Eagles.
Football youngster and fast rising talent, Erling Braut Haaland has been sensational in his career having been firing from all cylinders for both club and country with his high scoring prowess. The Borussia Dortmund striker has established himself as one of the best young players across Europe, and has been referred to as many to be in the best position to step in to the shoes to be left by Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo alongside his Paris Saint Germain compatriot, Kylian Mbappé.
The news of players fixing their retirement after the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar is no longer new. The news of the Portuguese national team skipper, Cristiano Ronaldo and Argentine national team captain, Lionel Messi bringing their international football careers to a climax after the World Cup has increased the tempo of things expected at the World Cup next year.
The Three time African champions Nigeria would be hoping to continue their good run when they host Central African Republic in the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers. The Super Eagles of Nigeria would be hoping to get all the maximum three points in order to maintain their top position on the group standings.
The World Football Governing Board FIFA, have taken to their official social media page to congratulate Nigerian international and Fatih Karagumruk talisman Ahmed Musa, for this exceptional record for the Super Eagles. Ahmed Musa, who made his 101 appearances for the Super Eagles in their FIFA World Cup Qualifying match against Central African Republic, is one of the most capped Super Eagles player of all time.
The Super Eagles of Nigeria are back in Camp for their FIFA World Cup Qualifier campaign. Some of the invited players ensure that they are resumed Camp early, while few others joins the rest of the squad earlier today to have a full house as they clash with Central Africa Republic tomorrow by 5:00PM.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup is around the corner, as national teams are already competing for a place in the tournament through qualifying matches. Germany are the first national side to have qualified with two games to spare, as they won Northern Macedonia 4-0 to seal their qualification (Qatar who are the host have an automatic qualification spot as they were not involved in any group qualifying phase).
The international games continued yesterday, as different National teams played against each other in the FIFA world cup qualifiers group stage match. Germany sealed their place at the World Cup Finals in Qatar next year with two World Cup Qualifying (WCQ) matches to spare, beating North Macedonia 4-0 thanks to an early second-half goal by Kai Havertz, a Timo Werner brace, and Jamal Musiala’s first international goal.
Germany became the first country to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar after a 4 - 0 win against North Macedonia on Monday. The fifth victory in five matches under new coach Hansi Flick, matching the record of predecessor Joachim Loew, has given Germany an assailable lead at the top of Group J.
With the suspension of the new Manchester united forward Cristiano Ronaldo, Jota excelled in attack for the Selecao in their 3-0 FIFA World Cup qualifier win over Azerbaijan on Tuesday night. The Liverpool player continued his fantastic start to the season on Tuesday night, as he registered a goal and assist for Portugal.