European champions Italy, Portugal in same World Cup play-off bracket | New Straits Times

PARIS: European champions Italy and Portugal could meet for a place at the 2022 World Cup after being drawn in the same play-off path on Friday.

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27/11/2021 4:56:00 AM

NSTsports European champions Italy and Portugal could meet for a place at the 2022WorldCup after being drawn in the same play-off path on Friday.

PARIS: European champions Italy and Portugal could meet for a place at the 2022 World Cup after being drawn in the same play-off path on Friday.

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