FIFA World Cup Qualifiers: Coronavirus's impact on India's matches, 2 matches postponed

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi: Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on the earth presently. This can be having an impression on sports activities. Many sports activities championships have been postponed. From IPL to Olympics, the disaster of the occasion is hovering. The FIFA World Cup Qualifiers 2022 and the AFC Asian Cup Joint Qualification Round-2 (AFC Asian Cup China 2023) in China have been postponed as a result of Corona virus.

The Confederation of Asian Football (AFC) on Monday confirmed the postponement of the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifier and AFC Asian Cup Joint Qualification Round-2 matches. <! –

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                India was scheduled to play the FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifier soccer match with Asian champions Qatar on 26 March on the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar.

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India was scheduled to play within the FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifier Group-E in opposition to Bangladesh in Dhaka on June four and Afghanistan in opposition to Kolkata in Kolkata on June 9. The AFC stated in a letter, "FIFA and AFC will further discuss the postponed matches and will also discuss the matter with the PMA."

The AFC additional stated that beneath mutual settlement, the respective international locations can determine to play the match in response to the predetermined schedule. For this, security and well being issues ought to be taken care of. "AFC and FIFA will continue to assess the situation and decide that changes in the match schedule of AFC Asian Cup joint qualification round-2 are necessary for the purpose of protecting the well being and health of the people concerned," the affiliation stated.

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