July 5, 2022

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New Zealand is one step away from the World Cup

The New Zealand team has not lost and Qatar has secured a ticket to the World Cup play-offs, in which they face fourth-placed CONCACAF next June.Oceania beat the Solomon Islands 0-5 in the final of the qualifying round in Doha on Wednesday. Defender Bill Duiloma played a key role in the victory of the American Portland Timbers player who scored two of the five goals for the New Zealand team.

The “All Whites” star, striker Chris Wood, the English Newcastle player, brought Danny Havin’s men to victory and maintained a 0-2 lead in six minutes, never missing his encounter with the goal. The end of the first half. Although Wood was hidden by the young midfielder Danish Brandby player Joe Bell scored New Zealand’s third goal with a direct kick in the fifth minute of the second half. After playing in the World Cups in Spain in 1982 and South Africa in 2010, New Zealand’s attempt to reach its third World Cup final has been a resounding success, allowing them to reach one of two international play – offs.

A fight with fourth-placed CONCACAF Oceanic in Doha next June will come from the shortlist making up the United States, Mexico and Costa Rica. However, all indications are that Costa Rica will be the main contender for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the rival of the New Zealand players who lost to Mexico in the playoffs for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.. If Mexico and the United States, who face El Salvador at the Azteca Stadium this Thursday, add a point to win a ticket to the World Cup in Qatar, the Costa Rican team will have to beat the US team in Chan on Thursday. Jose should qualify and avoid the playoffs.

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