A World Cup like no other, but should it have happened? | You Ask The Questions

A world cup like no other, but should it have happened? | you ask the questions

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Lionel Messi can now add a World Cup winners medal to his already impressive trophy cabinet, with Argentina finally beating a Kylian Mbappe inspired France after penalties. The World Cup 2022 Final was an enthralling spectacle but has the success on the pitch allowed Qatar to get away with sportswashing while Fifa allowed them to? Miguel Delaney answers your questions on the World Cup.

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