Here are images capturing the best and the worst moments from football's biggest spectacle.
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Actors and film/TV personalities from India made a beeline to Qatar just in time to catch the electrifying finals between Argentina and France at the Lusail Stadium on Sunday -- some of them flew there earlier to spend an entire week at the FIFA World Cup. It was a sight to see the celebrities from the world of cinema, who otherwise appear unruffled, cheering madly for sporting celebrities like Messi and others.
From a jubilant La Albiceleste to a dejected Les Bleus, take a look at all the action, drama and emotions from the Lusail Stadium as Argentina beat a valiant France to win football's most coveted trophy.
Cristiano Ronaldo left the field in tears, walking off down the tunnel with his dreams of winning the trophy in tatters.
Two weeks into the first World Cup in the Middle East, fewer teams are at the tournament and some fans are starting to make long journeys home. But there is still plenty to see and do in Qatar for those who remain.
Japan scored twice early in the second half to come from behind and defeat another European powerhouse and make it to the knockout stage for the second straight World Cup.
Portugal advanced to the last 16 by winning over Uruguay 2-0 at FIFA World Cup 2022.
Neymar is undergoing treatment for damaged ligaments in his right ankle after getting hurt in Brazil's 2-0 opening win over Serbia.
The Portugal captain achieved this milestone after he converted a penalty in the 65th minute of the game against Ghana.
From alcohol ban to heavyweights Argentina and Germany suffering shocking defeats, Qatar, the smallest nation to host a FIFA World Cup, has produced some eyebrow-raising moments within the first week of football's biggest spectacle.
Saudi Arabia stunned Lionel Messi's Argentina on Tuesday, beating the two-time winners 2-1 in one of the biggest upsets in World Cup history.
Cutouts, posters and banners featuring Lionel Messi, Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo take centre stage across the state’s roads and public places.
Qatar says it will loosen up for the unprecedented influx of tourists, but fans attending the World Cup should be mindful of Qatar’s laws and cultural customs.
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As Barcelona, Juventus, Real Madrid and Manchester United have decided to join eight other top clubs of Europe to found the European Super League, here is everything you need to know about the "greedy and cynical" tournament.
Surviving the fear of premature conclusion due to the coronavirus pandemic, top European leagues are slowly nearing conclusion despite running behind the usual timeline. The summer transfer window also got delayed in the process but governing bodies seem to have figured out how "business" will happen prior to 2020-21. TNIE explains how things will happen in the virus-struck European transfer market.
Do you know the Golden Glove Award given to the best goalkeeper at the end of every edition of the FIFA World Cup is named after a Soviet shot-stopper who is regarded as the best shot-stopper to ever play the game? Read more about him on his birth anniversary.
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Lionel Messi won the FIFA Men's Player of the Year award with Megan Rapinoe bagging the women's prize to cap a historic year for the United States' World Cup icon. Take a look at all the winners!
Luka Modric has been named the FIFA men’s footballer of the year at Best FIFA Football Awards in the Royal Festival Hall in London, Britain, on 24 September 2018, with Brazil’s Marta crowned the world’s best female player. Modric beat out Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah and Ronaldo, who along with Messi did not attend the ceremony. Here are photographs of top footballers from the glitzy awards night. (Photo | AP)
The World Cup may be over but passion for the game burns bright in the world's largest refugee camp, where Brazil and Argentina flags still flutter alongside the red and green of Bangladesh, which hosts nearly a million Rohingya Muslims forced out of Myanmar. For many young refugees in Bangladesh's southeast this World Cup was their first, and the excitement of last Sunday's final shows no sign of abating any time soon.