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World Cup fever arrives in Mexico as fans glimpse 2022 trophy

By Reuters
30 October 2022   |   9:16 am
World Cup fever was running high in Mexico on Sunday (October 16), with Mexicans turning out to catch a glimpse of the World Cup 2022 trophy, which will be awarded to the winning team in Qatar.

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