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Nawaz says Costa Rica have "everything" to beat New Zealand in the playoffs for Qatar-2022.

Nawaz says Costa Rica have “everything” to beat New Zealand in the playoffs for Qatar-2022.

Costa Rica goalkeeper Keeler Navas said on Tuesday that his country’s football team had “everything” to win the playoffs against New Zealand for the final ticket to the Qatar-2022 World Cup, and denied that the team depended on their performance. The goal.

“We have a good chance to qualify for the World Cup and we know how important that is,” Nawaz said as he arrived in Qatar on Tuesday to arrive in the Arab country.

“We have to take it responsibly, but above all we are very happy that we have everything to win,” PSG star Costa Rican said in an exclusive interview on portal Yashinquesada.com.

“We all want to be enthusiastic, relaxed and happy. I hope things will go well for us and we can win that match,” Nawaz said.

The teams of Costa Rica and New Zealand play in the playoffs for Qatar-2022 next Tuesday in Doha. The winner will have to risk their last ticket to the World Cup, where they will line up in Group E with Germany, Spain and Japan.

On Monday, hundreds of fans, with national flags and national team jerseys, said goodbye to Costa Rica as they took to the streets to watch the bus pass with soldiers and technical crew on their way to the airport. Happy situation.

“The team is very cohesive and we have made a choice that everyone is well aware of what their role is, which is always very important.

However, he underestimated the stellar role he played in the Congolese’s octagonal past, where the Colombian team led by Luis Fernando Suarez was able to reach the playoffs after a spectacular comeback during the second leg of the World Cup.

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“I was able to help my team (but) I did not score a single goal in the tie and you would not win games without goals, so we are all important here,” he said.

“It is very unreasonable to say that a team is a player,” he added, adding that the three-time Champions League champions have joined Real Madrid.

Costa Rica, who have played in five World Cups, are aiming to qualify for a third consecutive World Cup. His best participation was in Brazil-2014, where DiCos reached the quarterfinals surprisingly, among others, due to Nawaz’s outstanding performance.

The Costa Rican goalkeeper said he was “quiet” about his future at PSG, with two more years left on his contract and that he was waging a fierce battle for rights with Italian Gianluigi Donorumma.

“I’m not stressed, I’m not worried, what’s coming up, where are we going or where are we going, we’ll be in Paris or somewhere else,” he said.

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