Amidst an enthusiastic atmosphere, soccer fans are watching the Qatar 2022 World Cup matches on huge screens in the Katara area of the capital, Doha.
On Wednesday, Anatolia monitored a mass gathering of football fans from all over the world to watch the Japan-Germany match.
The Japanese national team overturned its delay against its German counterpart to a historic victory with two goals to one, at the “Khalifa International Stadium” in the fifth group competitions of the World Cup.
The World Cup will continue in Qatar from November 20 to December 18, with the participation of 32 countries, and it is the most important and largest tournament in the world of football.
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This year’s edition is the first in the Middle East and the first in an Arab country with a Muslim majority.