FIFA World Cup to offer a unique approach to football competitions – Casino.org
Published: November 10, 2022 at 11:05 a.m.
Last update: November 10, 2022, 11:15 am.
The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 will be historic for several reasons this year. Not only will it be staged in November-December for the first time, and not only in the middle of the year as usual, but it will also be the first that you officiate a match in the Men’s Soccer World Cup.
The three are Japan’s Yoshimi Yamashita, France’s Stephanie Frappart and Salima Mukansanga from Rwanda. They are among 36 names chosen to officiate the upcoming World Cup matches.
There is nothing strange about whistling in football games, but it will come with a different set of calls to the field. It is possible that they are following the friendly matches of the national team, which has begun the countdown to the start of the World Cup on November 20.
FIFA is breaking the mold
FIFA also named three female assistants out of 69 on the list – Nuisa Pak from Brazil, Katherine Nisbet from the United States, and Karen Diaz from Mexico.
The three selected referees have had the opportunity to direct the men’s matches, and it is remarkable that their first appearance at the World Cup takes place in a Middle Eastern country. There, women do not usually have the same opportunities as men.
Faparte managed to steer the qualifying matches towards Qatar and the Champions League, as well as its whistles in the 2019 Women’s World Cup Final. Recently, it held the cards in the 2022 French Cup final.
Yamashita has also already had the opportunity to direct men’s matches in the J-League and AFC Champions League. In addition, she has officiated some matches in the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
For her part, Mukansanga made history last year at the Africa Cup of Nations. She was the first woman to officiate a match in the competition, with a team made up entirely of women.
For her part, Yamashita wants to make sure that her role as a referee enhances, not hinders, the excitement of football. She said in an interview, “More than control, I think about what needs to be done to achieve the big goal of making football attractive.”
Friendly matches give a taste to the bettors
There is a series of national team friendlies taking place before the biggest football fan day. Yesterday saw four matches and today brings more matches. This has proven to be an opportunity for some teams to continue their preparations, while giving sports bettors a taste of what is in store for them.
World Cup hosts Qatar had a slow game against Albania, but won 1-0. However, that only came from a penalty.
Cameroon tied with Jamaica yesterday, despite being the favorites. Jamaica attacked first with a second-half score, and it took Cameroon – hopefuls of the World Cup – almost all the remaining systems to tie things up.
Mexico has no problem getting Iraq out. He won 4-0 in a game he dominated from the start – one shot into the net in the first three minutes.
Costa Rica had a relatively easy match against Nigeria, winning 2-0. He scored in both periods, but will need to dominate during the World Cup. More than once, players have let their nerves get out of hand, and it could cost them.
One of the friendly matches today witnessed Saudi Arabia’s confrontation with Panama, which could not pass the qualifiers. The match, for which the Saudi national team was the favorite, was more or less even, and Panama’s attack was the first. Saudi Arabia responded and the match ended in a 1-1 draw.
Iraq and Nicaragua are still in their game, with Iran leading 1-0. There is still more time for Nicaragua, one of the main underdogs in this game, to work some magic, even though they are not on their way to the World Cup.
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