Portugal, Poland, Ghana, Senegal, Tunisia, Morocco and Cameroon to the World Cup

PortugalAnd the PolandAnd the GhanaAnd the SenegalAnd the TunisiaAnd the Morocco, West, sunset And the Cameroon They have expanded the Qatar 2022 World Cup qualifying team poster, which still has to know the name of two teams from CONCACAFas well as the European qualifying winners and winners transcontinental.

Sorted selection percentage:

CONMEBOL: Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Uruguay

Europe: Germany, Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, Spain, France, England, Holland, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Switzerland.

Asia: Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Iran, Japan, Qatar (host country).

CONCACAF: Canada

Africa: Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, Senegal, Tunisia.

In the case of Mexico, Argentina Gerardo MartinoThe football coach confirmed that he hopes to recover from the double retinal detachment in his right eye to be in a position to take airport Which prompted him to take out the “trio” in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

“Make a separation Retina Part consists of mode bubble From Gas So that the retina takes its usual place and as long as that bubble does not dissolve, I am unable to climb to the top airport Because of the pressure,” he explained at a press conference.

Martino The operation was performed twice to solve the problem in Eye. The first was in September 2021, when he missed the visiting duels in the Octagon Final CONCACAF against Costa Rica and Panama.

The coach will return to the Mexico bench on Wednesday against savior at Aztec Stadiuma meeting corresponding to the last day of the Octagon in which Mexicans must get a win or a tie to confirm one of the three live tickets that are distributed in CONCACAF to Qatar.

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Mexico It ranks third in the octagon with 25 points, which is the same United Statesecond, already three behind the boss Canada; savior He is the sixth and has already been eliminated.

With information from EFE

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