Qatar national football team continued its intensive preparations for the friendly international match against Ghana on Monday in Antalya, Turkey, as part of the preparation program for the double Asian qualifiers for the 2023 AFC Asian Cup in China and the 2022 World Cup.
Qatar coach Felix Sanchez focused on tactical and physical exercises to restore the players to their technical and mental fitness in light of the long absence from the stadiums due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
The national team training held an evening training session at the national teams' grounds at the Aspire Academy, with the participation of 25 players, who were called up for the friendly match against Ghana.
This gathering is the first for the national team in more than three months after the end of its previous camp on July 3, which was without friendly or official matches, but the goal is to restore the players' training conditions after a long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Qatar's mission will travel to Turkey on Saturday, in preparation for the match against Ghana. The team will return immediately after the end of the match to Doha, so that the players join their club training in preparation for the resumption of the league on Oct. 17.
Cover image source: QFA
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