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World Cup 2022 News today: Amazon is sticking to the planned documentary about the national team

2022-12-06T06:09:13.245Z

A film team accompanied the DFB in Qatar. The documentary could become a tragedy – in any case, it will not be cancelled. And: Neymar thanks the fans for their "love". The news on Tuesday.



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Six-part film about the DFB team is to be broadcast in the spring

7.01 a.m .:

Despite the early departure from the World Cup, Amazon wants to stick to the plans for the documentary about the DFB selection.

"As announced, Prime Video 2023 will show an 'all or nothing documentary' about the path of the German men's national soccer team on the way to the World Cup in Qatar and the events on site," said an Amazon spokesman for dpa.

After losing in the preliminary round, the six-part film now offers the ›Nothing‹ variant and is being produced by UFA.

The series is scheduled to air in spring 2023, but there is no exact release date yet.

In the Amazon series "All or Nothing" for the paid Prime Video service, there were already documentaries about teams like Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich and Manchester City.

Neymar thanks the fans for their "love"

06:39:

After his comeback from an ankle injury, Brazil's superstar Neymar thanked the fans for their support.

"I only have words of thanks for all the love you gave me," said the 30-year-old after the 4-1 (4-0) in the round of 16 of the record world champions against South Korea.

Portuguese Bento stops coaching in South Korea

6:30 a.m .:

South Korea’s national soccer coach Paulo Bento has resigned from office after beating Brazil.

"That was my last day as coach of South Korea.

I'll take a break and then see what I do then.

I said that to the players and the association president.

I made this decision back in September, it's set in stone.

I thank the association and the players for everything they have done for me,” said the Portuguese after the 4-1 draw against Brazil in the round of 16 on Monday evening.

South Korea has reached the knockout stages for the third time in history.

Fourth place at the home World Cup shared with Japan in 2002 remains the greatest success.

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Source: spiegel

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