In World Cup predictions, Ralf Rangnick snubbed Cristiano Ronaldo.

This past Friday, the Qatari government announced the group stage for the 2022 World Cup.

When it comes to making predictions for the 2022 World Cup finals, Ralf Rangnick has left out Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo and the country of Portugal.

Despite the fact that the group-stage draw was done in Doha on Friday, the enthusiasm in Qatar and throughout the world has not subsided much. United States, Iran, and either Scotland, Wales, or Ukraine have been assigned to play England in this match.

In terms of Ronaldo and Portugal, they are in Group H with Ghana, Uruguay, and South Korea, amongst other players. Portugal qualified for the World Cup with two goals from Manchester United midfielder Bruno Fernandes against North Macedonia. They are among the favorites to win the tournament. Although there are many contenders for the first-ever winter World Cup, according to German coach Rangnick, there are two that stand out as prospective champions.

It's impossible to say," Rangnick stated in an interview with the MUFC media. I think England has a great team. They are a team that could play a big part. German football is once again in good hands, I believe, thanks to Hansi Flick's leadership.

This is a tough constellation to achieve because the World Cup is being held in Qatar and, even though most of the stadiums have air conditioning, it is an arduous task." Playing in the winter, taking a World Cup break in the winter in the middle of the season As a result, everyone is having an entirely new experience."

"It will be interesting to watch what happens," Rangnick said. Although it is possible that England will benefit from the fact that the World Cup is taking place in the middle of the season, I believe this is unlikely. This year marks 50 years since England last won the World Cup in 1966 in Mexico City. It was my first World Cup, which I still remember vividly. The final match between [West] Germany and [England] took place at Wembley Stadium when I was eight years old.

England has always had a problem with playing a World Cup at the end of a very, very lengthy season with the greatest number of games to be played; therefore, I believe that the World Cup being held in the middle of a season might prove to be an advantage for England." "I believe that the World Cup being held in the middle of a season could prove to be an advantage for England."


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