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Trends at the Qatar World Cup

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Retired PSL referee Victor Hlungwani understands the ins and outs of the technology that is being used at the Qatar World Cup Photo: Muzi Ntombela / BackpagePix
Retired PSL referee Victor Hlungwani understands the ins and outs of the technology that is being used at the Qatar World Cup Photo: Muzi Ntombela / BackpagePix

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With the second block fixtures of the World Cup already under way, the opening week of the tournament in Qatar has thrown up some great goals, some late drama and the shock defeats of powerhouses Argentina and Germany.

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