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Who will win the 2022 Qatar World Cup?

By Guardian Exclusive
20 November 2022   |   8:44 am
As the Qatar 2022 World Cup starts in a few hours, GuardianTV's HurriKane Andrew took to the street to find out who Nigerians think will win the 2022 Qatar World Cup. Argentina and Brazil are popular choices to triumph but Jude Bellingham could flourish in Qatar even if England falls short. But the biggest question on pundits' and fans' minds remains: Who will win the World Cup?

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