India VS Qatar Today Match LIVE Football Score 3/6/2021
Check FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Live Score And Updates India vs Qatar. Hello and welcome to our football coverage of IND vs QAT, Live Score and Updates AFC Asian/FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Match between India and Qatar which is being played at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium, Doha, Qatar.
Hello and welcome to our coverage of the India vs Qatar live FIFA World Cup Qualifier match. The Indian Football return to action as they face Qatar on Matchday 5 of the second round of FIFA World Cup 2022/AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers at the Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium in Doha, Qatar on Thursday. India are placed 4th in the Group E of the second round of qualifiers and are yet to win a single game. They have managed draws against Bangladesh, Qatar and Afghanistan, and lost both games to Oman. Qatar sit top of Group E with five wins and a draw; they have accumulated 16 points and look all set to qualify for the Asian Cup, having already qualified for the World Cup as hosts. In their last meeting, India produced one of their best games against the defending Asian Champions and managed to steal a point from the hosts of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
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AFC World Cup qualifying is split into four rounds, consisting of one knockout stage, two group stages (with the second group stage securing World Cup qualification) and a final match for the inter-confederation play-off. But the first two stages also work as qualifying for the 2023 Asian Cup, with the current group stage being the final point before it takes its own path. The winners of the eight groups will qualify for the Asian Cup (and the next stage of World Cup qualifying), with the four best runners-up joining them. Everyone else goes on in the Asian Cup at various stages.
Of the current Qatar squad, only Hassan Al-Haydos has managed more goals (30) than Ali, but the 30-year-old midfielder is the nation’s most-capped player with 138 appearances compared to Ali’s 29. Ali will be hoping to overtake Al-Haydos soon and, at the age of 24, may even have Mubarak Mustafa’s record of 41 in his sights. A return against India would certainly put him on his way.