Despite European Countries Being Favourites, Are South American Countries Looking Stronger Heading into Qatar 2022?


European countries always seem to get the limelight when it comes to the World Cup, but that’s not to say that South American countries are any less deserving of our admiration. On the contrary; there are a plethora of amazing South American teams just waiting for a shot at victory, and it seems as though 2022 might just be precisely what they were looking for.

In this article, we will be taking a look at how strong South American countries are looking heading into the 2022 Qatar World Cup, as well as talking about why the chances of a South American victor coming to fruition are just as high as any other nation out there.

South American Teams Are Often Wholly Underrated

First things first; we need to address the elephant in the room. We all inherently know that South American teams are not bad. On the contrary; some South American nations are known for their footballing prowess (Brazil anyone?), and some of the best players in the world have been born South of the border. 

Moreover, when you factor in just how much South American countries love football, you can begin to imagine the impact that football has had on their culture, and the vast majority of people from Brazil have dreams of becoming the next Ronaldo or Ronaldinho from a very young age.

In fact, if you were to head on over to your favourite sports betting site, you are likely going to find that nations like Brazil and Argentina are often cited incredibly well in terms of odds when any World Cup tournament is taking place.

This is not where the problem lies. No, the main reason why South American nations are, in general, not seen all too favourably is simply because of the myriad of other sub-par nations that lack the same skill as teams like Brazil and Argentia, and as a direct result of this, you see European nations winning much more frequently.

It Truly Is Anyone`s Game

Few people know just how much dedication and talent it takes to make it into a national football team. Only the best of the best are even considered for such a prestigious role, and if you lag behind in even the most negligible of areas, then the chances of you getting into a squad are practically zero.

This is one of the most exciting things about the World Cup - anybody can win. The previous World Cup winners are incredibly diverse in nature, and while there may be a few nations that have one more than once, there truly is no feasible way to try and predict who the next winners will be.

We hope we have been able to widen your perspective when it comes to South American teams and their ability to win the World Cup. While European countries are often the favourites to win, there has been a myriad of times throughout history where a South American nation has outright dominated the competition, and there is absolutely nothing to stop this from happening again.


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