Hundreds of fans, volunteers and World Cup security forces performed Friday prayers at Al-Thumama Stadium, prior to the start of the Qatar-Senegal match in the second round of Group A competitions.
And a video clip showed the presence of individuals in a designated square at the time of the call to prayer, where they listened to the sermon in Arabic before performing the prayer in front of the World Cup stadium.
– Rashid Abdullah Al-Muhannadi (@RASHIDMOHANNADI) November 25, 2022
We are all burgundy
And on social media platforms, the hashtag # We are all Al Annabi appeared on the Qatari and Arab platforms, as the match is the last chance to preserve the Qatari team’s chances of qualifying for the second round, as it needs to win, before its difficult task against the Dutch mills in the third round.
– Al-Sailiya club Al-Sailiya Sports Club (@AlSailiyaclub) November 25, 2022
The match with the Teranga Lions comes after the first loss against the Ecuadorian national team with two clean goals, while Senegal also lost with the same result from the Dutch national team in Group A competitions.
– Qatar Stars League 🇶🇦 (@QSL) November 25, 2022
A number of Qatari and foreign club accounts, embassies and fan associations participated through the hashtag, as well as a number of media professionals and influencers who were keen to mobilize support to support the Qatar national team in today’s meeting.
Al-Annabi is stronger with your presence and encouragement
Be on the promise at Al Thumama Stadium#Qatar_Senegal#We _ are _ all _ Annabi#World _ Qatar #World_Cup_Qatar_2022#Hayakum_in_Qatar#FIFAWorldCup#Qatar2022 pic.twitter.com/v5zK2M7XEX
– Abdul Rahman Al-Qahtani (@ qahtani76) November 25, 2022
The Qatar Stars League account said in a tweet on Twitter, “Our date is today.. Al-Anabi is stronger with your encouragement.. We are all Al-Anabi.”
– Khaled Jassim (@khalidjassem74) November 25, 2022
And the Saudi Audience Council tweeted, in another tweet, in which he said, “We are all Al-Annabi…in support of the Qatari team, in front of you…come with a ball and watch the match at home.”
The editor-in-chief of the Qatari Al-Watan newspaper, Abdul Rahman Al-Qahtani, commented, “Al-Annabi is stronger with your presence and encouragement. Be on the promise at Al-Thumama Stadium.”