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FIFA World Cup: From Canada to Denmark to Wales – SEE Top 5 UNDERDOGS at the Qatar World Cup

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FIFA World Cup: Qatar World Cup – The biggest sporting spectacle in the world begins in a month’s time…

FIFA World Cup: Qatar World Cup – The biggest sporting spectacle in the world begins in a month in Qatar, and we can already sense that football fever is gripping the globe. But the World Cup is so much more than just the big teams and the big names – there is a story attached to each team’s journey to this stage and how each player who played at the World Cup made it so big! As fans, we always love to hear underdog stories, don’t we? So here is a look at the Top 5 underdogs from the FIFA 2022 World Cup. Follow FIFA 2022 World Cup LIVE on InsideSport.IN.

FIFA World Cup 2022 is scheduled to begin on November 20 and bring the world to a standstill as the likes of Messi, Neymar, Ronaldo and Mbappe mesmerize us with their magical abilities.

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CANADA: Canada is placed in Group F along with Belgium, Croatia and Morocco. They haven’t been to the World Cup since 1986, but this time they’ve made it and could potentially spring a surprise or two. A good core of players that includes Alphonso Davies, Jonathan David and Lucas Cavallini among others is one of the teams to watch in Qatar!

FIFA World Cup: From Canada to Denmark to Wales – SEE Top 5 UNDERDOGS at the Qatar World Cup

DENMARK: Denmark is in a relatively easier group consisting of France, Australia and Tunisia. On paper, Denmark should easily get out of the group stage, but we predict that they will go even further.

The Euro 2020 semi-finalists have the perfect mix of youth and experience, including the likes of Kasper Schmeichel, Christian Eriksen, Hojbjerg, Mikkel Damsgaard and Kasper Dolberg, to name a few. Denmark may very well surprise the big boys on their day in Qatar.

FIFA World Cup: From Canada to Denmark to Wales – SEE Top 5 UNDERDOGS at the Qatar World Cup

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WALES: The Dragons might not look that strong on paper, but never count them out when it comes to the big stage. Wales have exceeded expectations at European level and now it’s time for them to make it big on the world stage. Led by the talismanic Gareth Bale, who always seems to find a different version of himself in the national shirt, Wales are definitely ones to watch!

FIFA World Cup: From Canada to Denmark to Wales - SEE Top 5 UNDERDOGS at the Qatar World Cup
FIFA World Cup: From Canada to Denmark to Wales – SEE Top 5 UNDERDOGS at the Qatar World Cup

MEXICO: Mexico is placed in Group C along with Argentina, Saudi Arabia and Poland. Well, getting out of the group stage never seems to be a problem for Mexico, but this time they will be desperate to make it count in the knockouts. The Mexicans are currently ranked No. 13 in the world and have been very consistent on the international stage over the past few years. Keep an eye out for this exciting young side in Qatar!

FIFA World Cup: From Canada to Denmark to Wales – SEE Top 5 UNDERDOGS at the Qatar World Cup

SENEGAL: Senegal narrowly missed out on making it to the Round of 16 last time out in Russia and the African giants will be desperate to make it big this time around. The Lions of Teranga are placed in Group A alongside hosts Qatar, Netherlands and Ecuador. Led by some of the biggest names in European football – Edouard Mendy, Kalidou Koulibaly and Sadio Mane, Senegal definitely have the skills to make it big in Qatar!

FIFA World Cup: From Canada to Denmark to Wales – SEE Top 5 UNDERDOGS at the Qatar World Cup

Follow FIFA 2022 World Cup LIVE on InsideSport.IN

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