|Qatar: Building team to spring surprise in 2022
Updated Dec 18, 03:28 AM
DOHA, Qatar (AP) — It's a cold, hard fact of football: Countries with tiny populations don't generally beat big ones with deep wells of talented players. So how embarrassing might the score be when Qatar — smallest host in World Cup history, with just 282,750 citizens — plays the opening game of its 2022 tournament against, for example, titans Brazil or Germany? At best 5-0? At worst 10-0, ...