adidas unisex-adult FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Al Rihla Mini Soccer Ball

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adidas unisex-adult FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Al Rihla Mini Soccer Ball

adidas unisex-adult FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Al Rihla Mini Soccer Ball

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The existing ball, introduced with technology to assist in tracking and helping referee decisions, has been used so far across the group stages and initial knockout rounds of the World Cup tournament. Adidas has claimed that the ball is representative of the 'power of football to bring the world together', despite the dreadful human rights abuses committed by host country Qatar. As in 2003, the ball used for the 2007 Women's World Cup was identical in performance to the ball used in the previous year's World Cup, but with a different visual design. As playmakers and sportswear enthusiasts since forever, adidas understands the importance of providing players with high-quality equipment to match and enhance their play.

The Al Rihla ball had been used for the group stage, last 16 and quarter-finals but has been replaced by the Al Hilm for the final four games of the competition, including the third-place play-off.The ball also helped to determine whether Cristiano Ronaldo actually got a touch on Bruno Fernandes' cross in Portugal's win over Uruguay. Mikel Arteta hits out at 'FAKE NEWS' after out-of-the-blue reports in Spain claim the Arsenal boss is ready. A striking gold base draws from the iconic architecture and landscape of the host country, while maroon accents pay tribute to the Qatari flag.

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This mini ball is easily packed so you can take it on the go, and the foam core means that you don’t need to worry about a pump.Most purchases from business sellers are protected by the Consumer Contract Regulations 2013 which give you the right to cancel the purchase within 14 days after the day you receive the item.

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