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BBC relegates World Cup opening ceremony to online coverage

The Assembled Kingdom's public help broadcaster has been scrutinized for choosing not to air the Qatar World Cup 2022 opening ceremony on its main coverage program.

The BBC relegated coverage of the opening ceremony on Sunday to its second-level streams, including its "red button" administration, its online iPlayer app and its games site.

Watchers tuning in to its flagship coverage on BBC One, in any case, couldn't watch the inclusivity-themed opening from the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, and missed features, for example, a performance by BTS star Jung Nutcase and Qatari singer Fahad al-Kubaisi.

Hosts Qatar have found no joy on the pitch during Sunday evening's opening encounter against Ecuador.

Two goals from captain Enner Valencia eased the South American side to victory, sending a small however vocal contingent of Ecuadorian fans present at the Al-Bayt Stadium into rapture
Reflecting on a cutting edge Qatar during a World Cup game with companions

A gathering of loved ones gather daily at the majlis in a building that is walking distance from their homes in Al-Rayyan, only west of Doha.

A tradition has been going on for a really long time and is part of daily life here in Qatar. A majlis is an area in a house or a separate building utilized for such gatherings, from everyday lounging to additional important occasions.

In any case, now, with the World Cup in town, it has taken on an alternate theme: a football watch party.

Injured Senegal star Mane thanks fans for help, urges side on

Injured Senegal star Sadio Mane has thanked fans for their "support" after he was controlled out of the World Cup with an injury at the last minute, dealing a major disaster for the African side's expectations.

"I wanna take this chance to thank and show my appreciation to all of you," Mane said in an Instagram post.

"This Monday, our dear nation will contend in the World Cup, Qatar 2022. I'm certain the Lions will transcend and approach each game as a genuine finale. I'm also convinced that all Senegalese will be in front of the small screen to help and encourage our valiant national team," he added, citing the Senegal team's nickname.

"Like all fans, I'm convinced that my teammates will battle as one man and as they are accustomed to doing in request to honor our dear Senegal.

In blockaded Gaza, World Cup fans watch from the sidelines

Many fans gathered at a games hall in Gaza City, which Qatar prepared for the Palestinian residents of the ruined territory to watch the World Cup matches for nothing.

The fans took a gander at the large screen as the opening game among Qatar and Ecuador started off.

The occasion was a motion by the Qatar Panel for Reconstruction of Gaza, an arm of the wealthy Arabian Peninsula state's international concerns ministry

We were unable to go to Qatar and watch the World Cup because of the attack first, the economic condition second. Many things keep us from going there to attend the matches, yet the main factor that impeded us from going there is the [Israeli] occupation and its attack," said Anas Snounou, a resident of occupied Gaza.

Israel and Egypt imposed a blockade on Gaza when the Hamas movement seized the territory in 2007. The blockade and wars with Israel have demolished living conditions in Gaza, and travel outside the thickly populated territory is seriously confined.