Qatar to take on Bangladesh in Asian qualifiers

Dhaka, Qatar on Thursday will be looking to return to winning ways when they take on Bangladesh in a Group E clash of their FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup China 2023 Asian Qualifiers.

Qatar, who played a goalless draw against India last month, make their first away trip of the campaign to face Bangladesh in Dhaka.

In this joint qualifiers, team Qatar were pooled in group E alongside Bangladesh, Afghanistan, India and Oman.

Qatar coach Felix Sanchez has announced a 26-member list ahead of team Qatar’s matches against Bangladesh and Oman in the joint qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup and 2023 AFC Asian Cup.

The list included Saad Al Dossari, Fahd Younis, Mohammed Bakrei, Pedro Miguel, Salim Al Hajri, Bualem Khkhohi, Tarek Salman, Hassan Al Haydos, Akram Afif, Abdulkqreem Hassan, Bassam Al Rawi, Al moiz Ali, Karim Boudiaf, Ali Afif, Ismail Mohammed, Musaab Khidr, Fahd Shenein, Ahmed Fathi, Yousef Abdulrizaq, Abdulaziz Hatim, Mohammed Alaa, Madi Ali, Ahmed Alaa, Abdulsalam Al Ahraq, Abdulrahman Mohammed and Ahmed Moien.

Source: Qatar Olympic Committee

Qatar to take on Bangladesh in Asian qualifiers

Dhaka, Qatar on Thursday will be looking to return to winning ways when they take on Bangladesh in a Group E clash of their FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup China 2023 Asian Qualifiers.

Qatar, who played a goalless draw against India last month, make their first away trip of the campaign to face Bangladesh in Dhaka.

In this joint qualifiers, team Qatar were pooled in group E alongside Bangladesh, Afghanistan, India and Oman.

Qatar coach Felix Sanchez has announced a 26-member list ahead of team Qatar’s matches against Bangladesh and Oman in the joint qualifiers for the 2022 FIFA World Cup and 2023 AFC Asian Cup.

The list included Saad Al Dossari, Fahd Younis, Mohammed Bakrei, Pedro Miguel, Salim Al Hajri, Bualem Khkhohi, Tarek Salman, Hassan Al Haydos, Akram Afif, Abdulkqreem Hassan, Bassam Al Rawi, Al moiz Ali, Karim Boudiaf, Ali Afif, Ismail Mohammed, Musaab Khidr, Fahd Shenein, Ahmed Fathi, Yousef Abdulrizaq, Abdulaziz Hatim, Mohammed Alaa, Madi Ali, Ahmed Alaa, Abdulsalam Al Ahraq, Abdulrahman Mohammed and Ahmed Moien.

Source: Qatar Olympic Committee