World Cup 2022 - How Qatar's migrant workers are watching the World Cup

PRODUCTION - 03 December 2022, Qatar, Doha: Workers, mainly from India, Bangladesh, Nepal and other poorer Asian countries, watch the Argentina-Australia match on a big screen at the Asian Town Cricket Stadium. In the cricket stadium, officially called the "Fan Zone Industrial Area," thousands of foreign workers watch the World Cup matches every evening. Photo: Christian Charisius/dpa (Photo by Christian Charisius/picture alliance via Getty Images)
PRODUCTION - 03 December 2022, Qatar, Doha: Workers, mainly from India, Bangladesh, Nepal and other poorer Asian countries, watch the Argentina-Australia match on a big screen at the Asian Town Cricket Stadium. In the cricket stadium, officially called the "Fan Zone Industrial Area," thousands of foreign workers watch the World Cup matches every evening. Photo: Christian Charisius/dpa (Photo by Christian Charisius/picture alliance via Getty Images)
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