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World Cup Qatar 2022 - Desert Strike


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4 minutes ago, feltmonkey said:

A frustrating result, but that puts us on 4 points with one game to play. A win against Wales guarantees that we top the group. A draw puts us through.


As for the match itself, it wasn't great, but it wasn't the disaster some people are seeing it as. I thought Maguire was excellent, easily the man of the match. What happens to him in international tournaments? He looks reborn. Shaw played well as well, Kane was really good but missed a couple of good chances. I know I slated him when he came on, but Henderson did really well. 

Kane was easily England's best defender

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I’ve got a better prediction.


Wales manage to lead England 1-0 in an awful game while Iran and USA play out a 0-0 draw. England/Wales finishes with Wales winning and both teams looking like they are going through.


Then in the 102nd minute - USA or Iran score with a load of VAR nonsense. Maybe a penalty that is missed and retaken because of VAR. Wales put through the wringer thinking they are through or not or are.  Iran or USAA too the group, England finish second and Wales go home with their win against England spoilt by the other game knocking them out late on.


A perfect level of misery for both teams.


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33 minutes ago, dizogg said:

Is it fuck. It’s more like a top 6 prem team vs a bottom 6 prem team. It’s like Liverpool v Everton. Sometimes they manage a draw.


Fucking boring though.




It's like Saudi Arabia Liverpool 0 - Plymouth Argyle 0.



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