Qatar vs Ecuador Highlights | 2022 FIFA World Cup
Qatar and Ecuador start the 2022 FIFA World Cup on a high note! Ecuador showed urgency and scored Enner Valencia’s penalty kick goal in the 16th minute. Valencia didn’t win there as they scored their second goal in the 31st minute. Both teams had chances in the second half but the score would be 2-0 in favor of Ecuador.
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The initial target was destroyed
Ecuador looked to have scored their first goal of the 2022 FIFA World Cup Name is Valencia Punched in the score at 2:38, but was ruled offside after a VAR review.
After the Qatari goalkeeper Saad Abdullah Al Sheeb A yellow card was awarded and Valencia converted the penalty kick, giving Ecuador a 1-0 lead at 15:47.
Enner Valencia of Ecuador 15′ | Scored against Qatar in 2022 FIFA World Cup
Watch Ecuador’s Enner Valencia score a goal against Qatar in the 15′ of the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup.
Ecuador’s Enner Valencia makes a mistake in the box and scores a PK against Qatar
Enner commits a foul in the box for a Valencia penalty kick, and Ecuador take a first-half lead against Qatar.
He does it again!
Valencia scored his second goal of the match. The forward punched home a header at 30:42 to give Ecuador a 2-0 lead.
Enner Valencia of Ecuador 30′ | Scored against Qatar in 2022 FIFA World Cup
Watch Enner of Ecuador score a goal against Valencia Qatar in the 30′ of the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup.
Valencia left the game
The star of the game, Valencia, went off injured just before half-time and never returned.
It has been a tough journey for Qatar. When they were stopped, Qatar had a few scoring opportunities, which they failed to capitalize on, including the one below at 85:27.
Final score: 2-0
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