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DOMINIC KING: It’s a desert World Cup, but take your coat


DOMINIC KING: It’s a desert World Cup, but take your coat… the air conditioning being pumped out out of vents under seats made for an unusual experience watching the opening game between Qatar and Ecuador

You would not expect to regret not bringing a coat to the first match of a World Cup in the desert but that was the case on Sunday night.

I managed to get a ticket yesterday for the opening ceremony but the only thing I saw of it were fireworks going off from the roof of the stadium, as it was no easy task getting to Al Bayt, which is the northernmost…



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