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Luis Fernando Suarez already knew the date for Qatar to define its quota for 2022 against New Zealand.

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Costa Rica are looking to qualify for the World Cup in the playoffs against New Zealand. Photo: John Duran / CONCACAF

Colombian coach Luis Fernando Suarez already knows the date that will define his future in Qatar in 2022. When confronted New Zealand For live tickets to the World Cup, which takes place between December and November.

It should be noted that The winning team in this battle between the Costa Ricans and New Zealand will form Group E along with Germany, Japan and Spain.. Initially, the play-offs were scheduled for June 13 or 14 in the budget.

Through your official Twitter account The New Zealand Football Federation has confirmed that the match against Diego will take place on June 14 in Doha, Qatar..

New Zealand play Costa Rica in 2022 for a spot in Qatar.  Taken from NZ_Football
New Zealand play Costa Rica in 2022 for a spot in Qatar. Taken from NZ_Football

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Unlike previous years, The World Cup play-offs will be played in a single match Not in two domestic and foreign matches as Russia did in 2018.

With this, Luis Fernando Suarez will have the opportunity to qualify for his third World Cup after leading the team to Honduran in Germany in 2006 Ecuador in 2006 and Brazil in 2014.

In Germany, Luis Fernando Suarez reached the quarterfinals beyond the group stage, where he faced Costa Rica precisely, which he defeated, and he did against Poland and fell to the local team. In the second round David Beckham lost to England by a small margin.

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At the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, they did not qualify for the first round where they were part of Group E with France, Ecuador and Switzerland. The former Atlético Nacional leadership did not add any points.

This is the second time Costa Rica has clashed in the playoffs. In 2010, under the tutelage of Ricardo Gonzalez, the Central Americans left South Africa in 2010 when they lost to Uruguay.

For their part, Maritime hopes to put an end to the series that failed in this kind of conflict because they have two consecutive falls. In Brazil they lost to Mexico in 2014, four years before they were overthrown by Ricardo Carreca.

‘All Whites’ reached this event after defeating the Solomon Islands and hope that Spain will qualify for the third World Cup after participating in 1982 and South Africa in 2010, in which they did not qualify for the first group stage.

Representatives of Concacaf have played in four series in total, in which they have won twice with the same number of falls. The latest precedent after Russia’s defeat to Honduras against Australia in 2018 is not encouraging.

Germany 2016: Trinidad and Tobago vs. Bahrain (2-1)

South Africa 2010: Uruguay vs. Costa Rica (2-1)

Brazil 2014: Mexico vs. New Zealand (9-3)

Russia 2018: Australia vs. Honduras (3-1)

Luis Fernando Suarez knows that New Zealand are a tough competitor and is clear about the danger posed by striker Chris Wood in Newcastle, Oceania’s leading scorer.

“I see the playoffs as complicated. We face a strong opponent. We have to be very careful.”

Similarly, Jr. de Barranquilla and the former coach of Ecuador said at the time Of telemedelline His mind is on Costa Rica, not on the Colombia team.

“Right now, the important thing for me is to be with Costa Rica at the World Cup in Qatar. Nothing else shakes me, I don’t think about anything, nothing distracts me. First of all, it’s for gratitude, and then for me to take part in the third World Cup. “

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