Qatar 2022 | Neither Messi’s Argentina nor Ronaldo’s Portugal: Google ‘predicts’ World Cup final 2022

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The FIFA World Cup is just a few weeks away from us, which is why the excitement of the soccer community is through the roof. Curiously, Google may have ‘predicted’ the final of Qatar 2022 – and it doesn’t favor Lionel Messi’s Argentina nor Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal.

The most anticipated moment of the year is just around the corner. Qatar 2022 kicks off in less than two months and world football can’t wait. After four years, the fans got to see a new edition of the World Cup again.

It has been a long journey for all 32 qualified teams who have endured all sorts of challenges on their journey to Qatar. Now that the stage is set, predictions are becoming more popular as people debate who will get their hands on the coveted trophy. For many, it must be Lionel Messi’s turn.

The Argentine star has won countless individual and collective honors, but the World Cup has been elusive in his fantastic career. Others would love to see Cristiano Ronaldo lead Portugal to the promised land for the first time. However, Google may have hinted that they won’t be in the finals.

Google may have predicted Qatar 2022 World Cup final

The 2022 World Cup final will be played on Sunday 18 December at the 80,000 capacity Lusail Stadium. Every team is looking forward to making this game, but users noticed something strange on Google.

When searching for other events at Lusail Stadium, users read that Brazil and France were scheduled to play in the grand final. It’s still unknown why this happened, but the company has already fixed it, and the finale now reads “TBD vs. TBD.”

Of course, this could just be a mistake, but many believe in this kind of omen, especially when it comes to such a special event. World Cup fever is through the roof, so all kinds of predictions are making noise.

Moreover, it seems difficult to predict who could emerge victorious in Qatar this year. Argentina and Brazil are strong contenders in South America, but Europe also has big favorites in France, Spain, England and Germany.

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