The World Cup Speaks ARABIC

With everything now sets for the world Cup to be held in Russia, one can now confidently say the world cup speaks Arabic as 4 Arabic dominated countries made it the finals.

After the qualification of Morocco and Tunisia to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the Arabs now have 4 teams out of 32, which could possibly mean a better chance in going far in the biggest football tournament.

With draw for the group stages less than a month away, one really expects sterling performances from the Arabic nations.
The question which therefore raises eyebrows is, will they go far or will the 8-0 Saudi Arabia suffered at the hands of Germany sometime back be repeated?

Let just get our fingers crossed and then expect the best.
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