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World Cup 2022: wounds, hopes and tears… our reporters in Doha tell


PODCAST. For nearly a month, our special correspondents followed the World Cup in Qatar. From the many packages of the Blues to the defeat in

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The 2022 FIFA World Cup ended on Sunday December 18 in Doha.

Despite a hat-trick from Kylian Mbappé, France lost to Argentina in the penalty shootout, after an unbreathable final watched by more than 24 million viewers across France.

Code source looks back on the highlights and behind the scenes of this competition with two of the five special correspondents who covered this World Cup in the capital of Qatar, Stéphane Bianchi and Cyril Simon.


Editorial management: Pierre Chausse - Editor-in-chief: Jules Lavie - Reporter: Ambre Rosala - Production: Raphaël Pueyo, Clara Garnier-Amouroux, Emma Jacob - Production and mixing: Julien Montcouquiol - Music: François Clos, Audio Network - Archives: TF 1, BeIn Sports, FFF.

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