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England fans in Qatar are displeased following their World Cup match with the United States.

After England labored to a 0-0 draw with the United States in their second World Cup 2022 game, fans in Qatar were left disappointed yet hopeful.

The US team played hard in the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, and the Three Lions could have qualified for the knockout stages with a win. Instead, they earned a point.

Before their World Cup match against the United States at the stadium north of Doha, they did not follow Germany’s example and stage an on-field protest against Fifa.

Instead, the national stadium in north London served as a platform for the Football Association to express its support.

Andrew Lynes, 60, a supporter of England, and Sarah Brann, 38, a supporter of the United States, both of whom reside in London and are married.

I have no idea what (England manager Gareth) Southgate thinks he’s doing with players like (Jack) Grealish and (Phil) Foden on the bench, world-class players,” Mr. Lynes told the PA news agency.

“No other manager would leave Phil Foden out of the starting XI and most definitely wouldn’t wait until the final eighty-seven minutes to bring Jack Grealish on – he altered the game for us,” the manager said.

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