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India didn’t make its presence in the FIFA World Cup, but many Indians made their presence at Fifa Qatar to show their support for Football’s most significant event Fifa World Cup. During the parade to welcome England, around 20 English fans were present with approximately Indian fans. There were allegations that they were also fake supporters, but some came forward and said they were from the Indian state Of Kerala. The crowd also included fans from Bangladesh, two girls from China and a man from Thailand.

Sean Ingle who is the Chief sports reporter and columnist at Guardian tweeted:

So far, the Supreme Committee of Qatar 2022 (SC) has denied this allegation. As per media, one of the fan said that None of them are paid. They are England fans. Their favourite player is David Beckham, but now it’s [Bukayo] Saka. If anyone offers to pay them to support England, they will refuse. They are genuine supporters of England. Many of them grew up watching Beckham and Michael Owen. Their love is for this England Team.

From India, so many peoples are visiting Qatar to see their favourite team play at Fifa Qatar 2022. Naaji Noushi who is a Youter from Kerala; is a die heart football fan. Naaji Noushi didn’t take flight to reach Qatar, but she travelled alone driving her favorite car from India. She is completed the highest mountain summits in the world. She loves to watch football matches and her favorite player is Messi. She started her journey on October 15th, 2022. She travelled through Oman, UAE, Bahrain, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia before entering Qatar.

Biswajit Naha who is an engineer by profession travelled from Hyderabad to Qatar to support his favourite team. In Qatar, he was holding India’s national flag and singing India’s National Anthem.