Qatari millionaire invites England fans to mansion after spotting Premier League shirt

Qatari millionaire invites england fans to mansion after spotting premier league shirt

The Independent published this video item, entitled “Qatari millionaire invites England fans to mansion after spotting Premier League shirt” – below is their description.

A group of England fans at the World Cup were invited to lunch at a Qatari millionaire’s mansion after he spotted one of them wearing a Premier League shirt.

Jassa Dehal, 47, and his friends were shocked when the wealthy businessman sent a car to pick them up from their hotel in Doha the day after meeting him in a bar.

Jassa had struck up a conversation with the man, known only as Omar, at their hotel the night before after he spotted him wearing a Wolverhampton Wanderers shirt.

They quickly bonded over their love of football and exchanged numbers before Jassa got a message out of the blue the next day saying: “There is a car waiting for you.”

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