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Senegal defeats Qatar 3-1 as the host nation nears its World Cup exit

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On Friday, Senegal defeated Qatar 3-1 in the World Cup opener after a defensive blunder gave the African champion the lead.

After Qatari defender Boualem Khoukhi attempted to make a clearance under no pressure, failed to connect properly, and fell on his backside, striker Boulaye Dia drilled in that opening goal.

With a header from a corner at the start of the second half, Famara Diedhiou increased the score to 2-0.

With a header to make it 2-1, Qatar’s substitute Mohammed Muntari gave the home team some hope. However, the Qatari comeback only lasted six minutes before Bamba Dieng once again gave Senegal a two-goal lead.

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If Netherlands and Ecuador draw in the other Group A game, Qatar, which has lost both of its games, will be eliminated later on Friday and less than a week into the World Cup.

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