Several thousand Polish fans went to Qatar to watch the struggles of Polish representatives. In addition to the team of Czesław Michniewicz, the prices prevailing in Doha can also make you dizzy.
How much does a bottle of Coca-Cola cost at the World Cup?
Qesek has been recording content on YouTube and TikTok for ten years. On the channels, he mainly deals with football topics. After arriving in Qatar, the tiktoker decided to buy a 350 ml bottle of Coca-Cola. The price knocked off my feet. The author of the video paid about PLN 20 for it, which only confirms that staying in Doha is not the cheapest. Qesek does not regret the investment. One of the Internet users under the video asked him: “Did you spend PLN 20 on Coke just to record the episode?”, to which the answer was: “Yes, what’s the matter?”.
Kacper Misztal has over 245 thousand. followers on TikTok, and the video from the fan zone itself was liked by almost 30,000 users. Internet users, however, were not overly surprised by the price for the drink, commenting: “cheap considering that it is one of the most expensive countries in the world plus such a great event”, “As much as in Poland at a gas station”, or “PLN 20 is cool for such world cup”.
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In the first match of the World Cup, the Poles drew 0:0 with Mexico and at least until the match with Saudi Arabia (November 26), they are ranked second in group C. It is already known how many fans followed the struggles of Czesław Michniewicz’s team. Tuesday’s meeting with the Mexicans, as well as all matches of the ongoing World Cup in Qatar, was broadcast on TVP and in the sport.tvp.pl application. Only 8.54 million people sat in front of the TV sets.-
After the game itself, there were also some problems with the fans gathered at 974 Stadium. Once again, the organizers of the tournament failed. According to WP, after the match, tens of thousands of fans crowded around the stadium, and the security services were unable to control the situation and allow the fans to go home. – We crowd like cattle in metal gates – reported Dagmara, the interlocutor of the portal.
In addition, tourists staying on the Persian Gulf have another cause for concern. Not SARS-CoV-2, but MERS-CoV is a dangerous virus that fans should watch out for during the World Cup in Qatar. This coronavirus is transmitted by camels and is mainly found in the Arabian Peninsula.