More countries have confirmed their places in the 2022 FIFA World Cup scheduled to hold in Qatar following the conclusion of more qualifying games as of Tuesday morning.
Naija News reports that up to 11 countries have already secured automatic qualification from their groups for the World Cup tournament scheduled to hold between 21st November to 18th December 2022.
As earlier reported by this news platform, apart from the host nation, Qatar which has an automatic slot, eight other countries have also earlier confirmed their places in the Mundial.
After Sunday’s round of qualifying games, Croatia, Serbia, and Spain all booked their spaces in the upcoming tournament by defeating Russia, Portugal, and Sweden respectively.
Other countries that have successfully qualified after playing their matches over the weekend are Germany, Denmark, Brazil, France, and Belgium.
More countries have however joined the list after the games played on Monday/Tuesday morning.
Brazil berthed at the Qatar world cup with a 1-0 win over Colombia, becoming the first South American country to qualify for the 2022 Mundial.
England, after humiliating San Marino in a game that ended 10-0 in favour of the Three Lions secured qualification.
Switzerland have are also assured they have a place in Qatar after sealing automatic qualification from their group
Meanwhile, British professional boxer, Anthony Joshua and his Ukrainian title rival, Oleksandr Usyk may have another face-off in early 2022, says promoter Eddie Hearn.
According to Hearn, the two fighters may likely have a rematch between the end of March or early April next year.
Naija News understands that AJ and Usyk had an encounter at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium two months ago and Usyk unanimously claimed the WBA, WBO and IBF belts from his opponent.
AJ was said to be pained by the loss as it denied him a chance of facing Tyson Fury for a shot at becoming the heavyweight champion.
Hearn has, however, revealed that talk is ongoing to schedule a rematch between the Brit and Ukrainian.
This article was originally published on Naija News