Trajkovsky’s goal, last Thursday in Palermo, shattered the dream of millions of fans of seeing Italy again in the Qatar World Cup, scheduled for next winter in Qatar. But Doha, which is difficult to reach after the incendiary defeat, can miraculously appear today on the horizon. In fact, Iran ended up under the magnifying glass of FIFA not allowing the two thousand fans who had bought tickets for the match against Lebanon valid for the world qualifiers to enter the stadium. The union, headed by Gianni Infantino, had already three years ago warned the Asian nation against adopting this type of discrimination.
Thus, Iran, which has already qualified for the world championship, could be excluded from the event as a result of the suspension or expulsion of its football association from FIFA. If this hypothesis is true, then the reconfiguration of the team will be at the discretion of the World Football Organization. Italy, the European champion with four world championships on the billboard, becomes a very serious candidate for traveling to Doha. A dream for fans who have asked sisal experts through Betting On Demand to quote Italy’s return at the World Cup, but it’s an unlikely hypothesis, so much so that seeing Donnarumma and his fellow champions in Qatar is worth 100 times the stake.
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