July 18, 2024

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We want beer! Ecuador fans chant at World Cup opener

It was a humorous intervention two days after Qatar decided to ban beer sales at the stadiums during the World Cup.

Ecuador cruise past hosts in World Cup opener

It could have been even worse for the Qataris in front of a 67,372 crowd at the tent-shaped Al Bayt stadium

Benzema ruled out of World Cup

His injury came in his first full training session with the French World Cup squad, which is now missing five players.

Cisse keeps faith in Mendy

Senegal coach Aliou Cisse, however, said he was confident the keeper would show his ability at the World Cup.

Mane’s absence will be felt

Senegal kick off their campaign against the Netherlands at Al Thumama Stadium on Monday

Victor Lindelof Set to Travel to Gambia with UNICEF

Lindelof said that he and his wife have always had a heart for giving and helping.

Meet the five local coaches leading African teams in Qatar

All five countries, including Morocco, Ghana, Senegal, Cameroon, and Tunisia, will be led by home-grown African coaches.

What Ronaldo Says about Messi Will Make HUGE Headlines- Piers Morgan

“Lots of people asking whether Ronaldo talks about Messi in my interview…..oh yes, and what he says will make huge headlines,” Piers tweeted.

No alcohol sales permitted at Qatar's World Cup stadium sites

Visitors cannot bring alcohol into Qatar, even from the airport's duty free section

Qatar ticket prices most expensive in World Cup history

While fans in Russia paid an average of Ksh 31,131 for a seat, tickets to matches in Qatar cost an average Ksh 41,568, according to a study by Keller Sports.