A Group A match involving Qatar and Senegal will take place on November 25. Both clubs are in the same situation since they both lost their opening games by the same score (0-2). In the opening match of the World Cup 2022, the host nation fell to Ecuador while Senegal fell to the Netherlands.
Nobody expects Senegal and Qatar to go to the final rounds. But their supporters will wish to see their team move from a group where the chances to advance are Ecuador and the Netherlands.
Senegal and Qatar will still have a chance at the dream if they win this game. But, if the match between Ecuador and the Netherlands ends in a draw, neither of the teams would advance.
Qatar vs Senegal Teams Overview
Senegal looks to be in far better shape than their Asian competitor going into this vital match. The African team created problems for the Netherlands even though they fell 2-0. However, given that Abdou Diallo and Cheikhou Kouyate had to leave that game due to injury and might not participate in this match.
In their game versus Ecuador, Qatar completely failed, falling to the South American nation 2-0. Felix Sanchez, the team’s coach, said they were “nervous”. The Maroons made history by losing their opening match at a World Cup as the first host country.
They are also the first hosts of a match at the finals without a shot on target since the USA in 1994. Under pressure, Qatar cannot afford to give up because only a victory will keep their dreams alive.
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Édouard Mendy, the goalie for Chelsea, will be crucial for Senegal because the African country needs to play strong defense to have a chance at winning. Hassan Al-Haydos, a forward for Qatar, will need to contribute to his team’s success.
Head to Head
Senegal has never faced Qatar in a competitive match. With their loss to Ecuador, Qatar experienced their first loss in four games. Senegal has failed to win either of its last two games.
Senegal and Qatar will square off in a competitive match, with the Asian nation holding the home-field edge. It will be won by Senegal 1-0.