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Lusail Stadium is set to host the Qatar World Cup final later this year, but there was confusion among Google users after the search engine strangely "revealed" which teams will meet.
The sports gaffe was noticed underneath the "Lusail Stadium events" section that appeared to accidentally claim Brazil will face France at this venue on 18 December.
As well as the finals, the stadium is also to host six group stage matches along with a game in each knockout round too, totalling 10 matches altogether throughout the tournament - but on Google, the knockout matches were listed as "TBC vs TBC," (to be confirmed).
While there doesn't appear to be an explanation as to why these countries have been listed as finalists, given France goes into the competition as the defending champions and Brazil are five-time winners - perhaps could this be a prediction?
Although Brazil has been winning their recent games, France has had an inconsistent run in the UEFA Nations League, so perhaps not.
People noticed that Brazil and France were listed as finalists for this year's World Cup, however this mistake was rectified hours laterGoogle
Though a few hours later, Google corrected the mistake as search results for 'Lusail Stadium events' do not display Brazil and France as finalists anymore.
This brief Google listing certainly would not be the ideal scenario for England fans who are hoping they can do one better in this year's World Cup campaign after dramatically losing in the Euro 2020 final to Italy on penalties.
Lusail Stadium's hosting duties will begin on November 22 with Argentina v Saudi Arabia in Group C, and two days later Brazil will face Serbia in Group G.
Other matches in the venue include Argentina v Mexico (Group C on Nov 26), Portugal v Uruguay (Group H on Nov 28), Saudi Arabia v Mexico (Group C on Nov 30) and Cameroon v Brazil (Group G on Dec 2).
It will be interesting to see if Google's mistake actually becomes a reality for the final.
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