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FIFA U-17 Womens World Cup To Be Held In India In Oct 22: FIFA

  • May 21, 2021
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FIFA on Thursday affirmed the dates for the FIFA Women's U17 World Cup to be held in India in 2022. The administering group of global football said the competition will be held from October 11 to 30.India had the facilitating rights for the 2020 FIFA U17 Women's World Cup however the competition was deferred because of Covid-19. The release which was planned to be held in 2021 was dropped and FIFA granted the facilitating rights to India in 2022. Quite, India had facilitated the FIFA U17 World Cup in 2017 across 6 urban communities, including Kolkata, Kochi, and New Delhi.Meeting by video gathering just before the 71st FIFA Congress, the FIFA Council additionally endorsed the dates for the Women's World Cup in 2023. The competition will be held from July 20 to August 20 in Australia and New Zealand. The end of the season games will be held from 17 to 23 February 2023.It additionally supported the dates for FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Costa Rica 2022 (10-28 August 2022), just as a 14-joint effort off for the FIFA Arab Cup 2021, occurring somewhere in the range of 19 and 25 June this year.Also, the Council supported the foundation of separate FIFA auxiliaries to deal with the association of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 in Australia and New Zealand and the FIFA World Cup 2026 in Canada, Mexico, and the USA.Also Read: FIFA Club World Cup 2020-21: Teams, fixtures, dates & where will it take place

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Ten Man India Lose 0-1 To Qatar In FIFA World Cup Qualifying Round Match

  • Jun 04, 2021
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India made up of 10 players, defended credibly as they lost 1-0 to Asian champions Qatar in the World Cup qualifying round match here on Thursday.Abdel Aziz scored in the 33rd minute in a match completely dominated by the Qataris. The two teams played a goalless draw in the first leg here in September 2019.Group leaders Qatar, who has not lost a match so far, has seen waves of attacks with eight to nine players in the Indian half most of the time. Goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu had to save a series of balls to keep the margin of loss small.But India played with ten men from the 17th minute onwards after defender Rahul Pique was sent off after a second booking. He had previously received a yellow card in the ninth minute.India had two good matches in their counterattack match with Manveer Singh in the midst of everything both times.India captain Sunil Chhetri, who returned to the team after recovering from the COVID-19 infection, was replaced by Udanta Singh at the start of the second half.India, which has not achieved any victory, remained in fourth place in Group E with three points from six matches.Igor Stimak's men are two points behind Afghanistan (third by five), who drew 1-1 with Bangladesh earlier in the day.India will play Bangladesh on June 7 in their next match.Also Read: World Test Championship Will Be Played On "Equal Terms": Virat Kohli