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FIFA World CUP Rivalries – PSG Messi Neymar Mbappe: FIFA World CUP 2022 is just hours away. Qatar vs Ecuador will…

FIFA World CUP Rivalry – PSG Messi Neymar Mbappe: The FIFA World CUP 2022 is only a few hours away. Qatar vs Ecuador is the opening match of the World CUP on Sunday. But fans will be eagerly waiting to see PSG TRIO Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar in action for their respective teams. There is a thread connecting the three leading favorites to win the World Cup starting in Qatar on Sunday. Brazil, Argentina and holders France have been named as the main contenders with good reason, not least because of the identity of their star players. Lionel Messi captains an Argentina side on a 36-match unbeaten run. Neymar leads a formidable Brazil side and France’s hopes of retaining the trophy will depend heavily on Kylian Mbappe. Follow FIFA World Cup Opening Ceremony LIVE updates with Akashera.IN & Watch FIFA World Cup LIVE Streaming on Jio Cinemas

The trio of Messi, Neymar and Mbappe have been united at Paris Saint-Germain by the wealth of the French club’s Qatari owners.

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Their relationship has dominated the headlines in France this season and their performances have been outstanding.

Qatar created shock waves in December 2010 when it won the right to host that year’s World Cup. Just over six months later, Qatar Sports Investments bought PSG. Fast forward a decade and they have been transformed from an ailing club to a major force.

Mbappe and Neymar became the two most expensive signings in football history when they moved to PSG in 2017. Messi joined them in Paris last year after his departure from Barcelona. They are one of the favorites to win this season’s Champions League, with Messi, Mbappe and Neymar scoring 46 goals between them in PSG’s 22 games so far.

The World Cup has been cited as a reason for their excellent form, especially in the case of Messi and Neymar. At 35, Messi knows he is unlikely to get a chance to win it.

“It’s definitely my last World Cup,” he told ESPN Argentina recently

A short walk along Doha’s Corniche or in the nearby Souq Waqif market square is enough to gauge Messi’s popularity in Doha. Supporters, often from Qatar’s large South Asian population, wear Argentina shirts with Messi’s name and number on the back as they sample the atmosphere on the eve of the tournament.

Some waited outside Argentina’s base into the early hours of Thursday hoping for a glimpse of Messi as Lionel Scaloni’s men arrived in Doha.

Messi is the best. We like the way Argentina are playing at the moment and with Messi they are the best.” one fan, a 36-year-old finance worker called Shabi originally from the Indian state of Kerala, told AFP.

Like Messi, Neymar is among the players whose pictures adorn the giant buildings in downtown Doha.

At 30, Neymar may have at least one more World Cup in him after this one, although he has previously suggested this could be his last. Injuries ruined the 2014 World Cup for him before Brazil lost to Belgium in the quarter-finals in 2018. Since then, injuries have hampered him in Paris.

Until this season, when he has appeared fitter and sharper than ever. “The WC is my biggest dream” Neymar told British newspaper The Daily Telegraph this week.

– That’s when I understood what football was.

In stark contrast to his two club colleagues, Mbappe has already won the World Cup and was still a teenager when he did it with France in 2018

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