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The Qatar 2022 World Cup is just around the corner, with less than two months until the tournament starts. As it is a highly disputed tournament, where many teams have grown over the years, fans have been inexplicably surprised on social networks.
Specifically, the famous Google search engine has reflected on who will be the next finalists on December 18 at the Lusail Stadium. Those will be Neymar Jr.’s Brazil and the current world champion, Kylian Mbappé’s France.
Technically, anyone who wants to check this information should type in the search “Lusail Stadium” in the events section, and the duel between the two teams will automatically appear.
“Don’t waste money, don’t go to Qatar. Google has already sung the final,” wrote a follower on Twitter, along with a screenshot of the final.
It is important to point out that France is the current world champion after defeating Croatia in the last edition, which was held in Russia, while in Qatar, they will have to face Australia, Denmark, and Tunisia in Group D.
On the other hand, Brazil has not contested a World Cup final since 2002, when they defeated Germany (2-0) thanks to a brace by Ronaldo; this victory gave the South American team its fifth reign.
Finally, Sundar Pichai, Larry Page, and Sergey Brin have not formally communicated. This prediction will leave more than one follower of their team uncertain whether or not the final between Brazilians and Gauls will be fulfilled.