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Qatar 2022: The great debates

"Work of art": Richarlison scored twice to take Brazil to a decisive 2-0 victory over Serbia.

It is one of the biggest events in the global calendar. Every four years, thousands of football fans travel across the world for a chance to see their sporting heroes in action. Millions more tune in from around the globe. People who say they do not care about football pick up the television remote. Everyone knows: the World Cup is about more than just kicking a ball. It is — on an individual and national scale — about ambition, hope, dreams, identity and pride. And increasingly, it is intertwined with the big debates and issues of our time: climate, technology, politics and economics. The Day will be covering it all.

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