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FIFA,Football,Soccer,Football,Soccer releases the official film of the FIFA,Football,Soccer,Football,Soccer World Cup Qatar 2022


The International Federation of Football Associations (FIFA,Football,Soccer,Football,Soccer) released on its official platform the official film of the FIFA,Football,Soccer,Football,Soccer World Cup Qatar 2022, the first to be held in the Middle East and the Arab world.

The movie was titled "written in the stars"And highlights the story of the Qatari people welcoming the whole world to their country during the months of November and December of the year 2022, as well as touching on the story of football fans from every continent and region, directing their eyes towards the amazing football drama that unfolded in the Qatar World Cup.

The long documentary film dealt with a story of joy and despair in the World Cup in Qatar, with the collapse of the big names, and the victory of those with less chances, in addition to the story of a historic achievement for the Arab world, to conclude in the end with a story written in the stars, where Lionel Messi led one of the greatest players in the history of football Argentina to Glory in one of the most memorable football matches ever.

The film depicts how the eyes of the world focused on the Arabian Peninsula, as Qatar became the first country in the Middle East to host the World Cup, and the youngest host country in the history of the World Cup tournaments, the center of the football world in one of the most dramatic, intense and emotional tournaments in the history of the extended world championship. for 92 years. Behind the scenes of the matches, the film takes viewers on an amazing journey, showing all the action from previously unseen camera angles, and showing the immense global appeal of the tournament from the perspective of the fans watching it all over the world.

The film presents a story written in the stars, a story that follows 32 teams – including Argentina and star Lionel Messi, one of the greatest players in the history of the game – which witnessed the achievement of new milestones in the world championship journey that saw Argentina crowned the title after a final match, which will remain one of the most The most memorable matches in football history. The film, which was narrated by Welsh actor and football fan Michael Sheen, touched on a set of new records in the World Cup in Qatar, including 3.4 million spectators enjoying the matches inside the stadiums, compared to 3 million in the 2018 World Cup in Russia, and scoring 172 goals, so that the World Cup Qatar is the owner of the largest The number of goals in the history of the World Cup tournaments, surpassing the previous record of 171 goals, which was scored in both the versions of France 1998 and Brazil 2014.

The film touched on how Lionel Messi was able to defy all odds to become one of the most influential athletes in football today, by reviewing the complex start of Argentina in the World Cup by losing to Saudi Arabia and facing the possibility of early exclusion, but despite the enormous pressure, Messi did not seem much affected, as he was The calmest player in Lusail Stadium, and led his country to overcome the decisive hurdle of Mexico, and then beat Poland and lead the group, and continue the journey.

More than 120 joyful and wobbly minutes summed up by the film in the last seconds of extra time for the exceptional final match between Argentina and France, after Frenchman Randall Kolo Mwani missed a goal opportunity in the last seconds, goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez blocked him with his foot, to bounce back an Argentine attack to a cross that was met by Lataro Martinez. He headed next to the left post of the French goal.

The film focused on the dominance of one team and one player on the streets of Doha since the first day of the tournament, and the famous white and heavenly stripes of the Argentine shirt spread everywhere, so the love of Messi, 35, is crystal clear among the thousands of Argentines who crawled behind their team or Qataris and Arabs in Doha. , so that the 1003rd match in Messi’s career crowned him with glory, as he led his young companions to the final glory, so that Lusail Stadium witnessed the coronation of the best football players in history, so that the 2022 World Cup was associated with Messi, just as the 1958 World Cup was associated with Pele, and the 1986 World Cup with Maradona.

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