The Emirati refereeing staff appeared 4 times in the 2022 World Cup
Mohammed Abdullah Hassan.
The Emirati arbitration crew, led by international referee Mohammed Abdullah Hassan and the two assistant referees, Mohammed Al-Hammadi and Hassan Al-Mahri, participated in the management of the World Cup matches (Qatar 2022), whose events were closed yesterday, noting that this is the second time in a row that the Emirati crew participates after participating in the previous version that It was held in Russia in 2018.
The Emirati arbitration crew, led by Mohammed Abdullah Hassan, appeared in four matches, including two matches as a referee for the arena and the same as a fourth referee. He refereed the match between Spain and Costa Rica, which was held last November 23 in Group Five in the group stage and ended with a 7-0 victory for Spain. He also managed the match between Cameroon and Serbia on November 28 within The second round of the group stage for the seventh group ended in a 3-3 draw, while Muhammad Abdullah participated as a fourth referee in the France-England match on the 10th of this month and was moderated by Brazilian referee Wilton Sampaio in the quarter-finals, and France won 2-1, and Muhammad Abdullah also participated as a fourth referee in the Argentina match And Croatia in the semi-finals on the 13th of this month, and it was managed by Italian referee Daniele Orsato, and Argentina won 3-0.
For his part, former World Cup football assistant referee Issa Darwish confirmed that the UAE arbitration team managed the matches in Spain, Costa Rica, Cameroon and Serbia in a wonderful way, indicating that the UAE arbitration was distinguished in this tournament.
He added to "Emirates Today": "The presence of the UAE arbitration staff until the final match in the tournament among the referees who were kept by FIFA is in itself an achievement for the UAE arbitration."
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