2,000 pounds of beef will be brought to the 2022 World Cup by Argentina and Uruguay.

Argentina and Uruguay have drawn attention for bringing 2,000 pounds of meat to the World Cup in Qatar, respectively.

All 32 nations are preparing in accordance with the Qatar World Cup's impending arrival to put together their best competition possible.

However, while everyone is focused on who makes the team and who performs well, Argentina and Uruguay are focused on 

keeping their players happy by bringing 2,000 pounds of beef from their home countries.

Ignacio Alonso, the president of the Uruguayan FA, said the disclosure was rather unconventional "The greatest dietary support is provided for the national team.

The AUF is a notable ambassador for our nation and will bring with it another ambassador: Uruguayan beef, widely regarded as the best meat in the world." The South American

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countries originate from a region known for its exceptional quality meat despite being on the other side of the planet. They rank among the top two meat eaters in the world.

The deal was crucial, according to Argentina's head coach Lionel Scaloni: "My favorite cuisine is asado, but it's more than that. It is a distinctive feature of Argentine culture.

Argentina starts their World Cup campaign on Tuesday against Saudi Arabia, while Uruguay doesn't get going until a match against South Korea two days later.