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Mexico’s fans in Qatar out in full force


DOHA, Qatar — Halfway across the globe from North America, a small mariachi band begins to play.

It’s the day before Mexico’s first match in the 2022 World Cup, and hundreds of fans, possibly even in the thousands, have assembled in the Katara cultural village. Surrounded by a lavish shopping mall, museums and art galleries, El Tri supporters have turned the once tranquil and quiet plaza into a raucous party.

Costumes ranging from calavera-inspired outfits to luchador masks pack the area that…



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