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With Shoes and Insults Flying, Qatar Beats U.A.E. and Advances to Asian Cup Final

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The Qataris, who will host the World Cup in 2022, routed one of their main geopolitical rival, the United Arab Emirates, 4-0, enraging the home fans.

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - At the time of shoe abduction, Qatar won his politically acclaimed football match against hosts of the United Arab Emirates on Tuesday, 4-0 in the Asian Cup final on Tuesday.
Qataris, who were whitewashed in the World Cup in 2022, won all six of their matches in Asia's most important tournament and have not acknowledged yet another goal - the first country has been able to do it in the continental championship.
Qatar coach Felix Sanchez said about the run-off of the run, "It is very important and one of the main challenges is why we deserve the final". "I think, clearly, acknowledging the goal gives you more opportunities to move on."
Qatar will face four-time champions Japan in the final
A regional boycott of Qatar, led by Saudi Arabia has affected the party's supply in the Asia Cup, and it has made it difficult for Qatar fans to participate in the games. UAE, Bahrain and Egypt are also part of the boycott. All countries have accused Qatar of financing terrorism and accused Iran very close to it.

Qataris denied the allegations.
At football ground, Qatar defeated Saudi Arabia 2-0 in the group stage by defeating the UAE 4-0. Tuesday at Mohammad Bin Jainad Stadium.
Qatar striker Almoez Ali scored his team’s second goal, his eighth in six games at the Asian Cup.CreditAhmed Jadallah/Reuters
"I want to apologize to the U.A.E." Fans for the result, "U.A.E's Italian coach Alberto Zaccheroni said. "We've all been wrong, but everyone has done their best, we wanted to create the UAE, people are happy, and we try the end, but we should admit that the Qatar team was good."
Boualem Khoukhi led Qatar in 22 minutes and in 15 minutes Almoez Ali doubled.
The second goal is UAE To start throwing their shoes to Qatar's players, a law considers an insult to the Arab world.

The Asian Football Confederation, which runs the tournament, can launch an investigation. "Any such incidents of this nature will be included in the official match report, which will be investigated by A.F.C," the Football Association said.
The goal of Qatar's Ali was the eighth of his tournament, equal to Ali Daei's record set for Iran in 1996. Almoez Ali, 22, will get the opportunity to break records against Japan.
Two more goals were added late in the match of Qatar, the first of Hassan al-Haydos in the 80th minute, and the last from Hamid Ismaeil seconds after he came off the bench with time winding down.
U.A.E's Ismail Ahmed played the final second with 10 men after being frightened.

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