The world cup matches are set to begin tomorrow where the host Qatar will be facing Ecuador in the opening games. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms, several nations have already arrived in Qatar ahead of the main competition which will be ending on 18th of December 2022.
The players from Belgium have arrived today in the morning in Qatar. They were led by the Manchester City player Kevin De Bruyne. The competition is set to be very tough as both countries have prepared ahead of the matches. Despite that, Qatar government has surprised many people in the world after banning alcohol in the stadium.
According to the statement which was released by the government, no one will be accepted to enter into the stadium with alcohol. Kenyans and other people in the world are waiting for the matches to begin so that they can support their nations and favourite players. Remember to celebrate keenly as we maintain peace among each other.
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