The Nordics again complain about the treatment of migrants in the works of Qatar 2022 and ask for support from other teams
- Classification Norway denounces the situation of the workers of the Qatar World Cup and considers boycotting it
Qatar’s works to host the next World Cup in 2022 have claimed the lives of more than 6,500 migrant workers in the last decade. The figure, revealed by an investigation by The Guardian, made Norway come out to their match against Gibraltar with some shirts demanding respect for Human Rights. After only Germany followed their example, the Nordics have demanded support from the rest of the teams.
Norway came out to their match against Turkey with another shirt in which they read again ‘Human Rights on and off the field’, but this time with a list and a challenge underneath. ‘Norway. Germany. Next?’. During the anthem, the Norwegians showed the raised palm of your left hand, replicating the Human Rights logo.
Already in the game, those of Stale Solbakken they succumbed to Turkey (0-3), one of the great surprises of this qualifying phase. The Ottomans, who beat the Netherlands (4-2) on Wednesday, won with authority at La Rosaleda with a double of Flood and a bit of Soyuncu. Turkey’s great defensive work frustrated Haaland, which went empty, and Norway as a whole, which took almost 80 minutes to make its only shot on goal.
Netherlands win and Modric record
The Nordics remain tied for third place with the Netherlands, who beat Latvia (2-0) with a goal from Sevilla. Luuk de Jong.
For their part, Croatia got up from the stumbling block in Slovenia with a narrow win over Cyprus (1-0) with a goal from Mario Pasalic. The one from Atalanta was the protagonist of the night together with Luka Modric, that super Darijo Srna as the player who has dressed the chess the most times: 135 games.
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