It is alleged that Qatar paid Ecuadorian athletes $7.4 million to lose their opening match.
The FIFA World Cup 2022 is finally here, and on Sunday, at the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, hosts Qatar will play Ecuador in the tournament's opening match.
To get here, the hosts had to overcome a great deal of controversy. Some of the charges center on Qatar allegedly paying bribes to secure the privilege to host the World Cup,
as well as allegations of mistreatment of migrant workers' human rights. The Arab nation is currently embroiled in a brand-new scandal, one day before the start of the World Cup.
Amjad Taha, a specialist in strategic political issues and the regional head of the British center in Saudi Arabia, claims that Qatar is accused of paying eight Ecuadorian players
a total of $7.4 million in bribes to lose the opening match. Amjad Taha, a specialist in strategic political issues and the regional director of the British center in
Saudi Arabia, asserts that Qatar is suspected of paying eight Ecuadorian players a total of $7.4 million in bribes to lose the opening match.
He urged the globe to combat FIFA corruption and claimed that his sources were insiders from the Qatar and Ecuador camps.
Neither Qatar nor FIFA have released a statement in response to the accusation. After putting an end to beer sales at stadiums, the nation also encountered opposition.
In order to dispel the accusations, Qatar will want to outperform Ecuador in their World Cup debut.