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 By PA Sport

2022 World Cup hosts Qatar fall to lowly Liechtenstein in friendly

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Qatar's preparations for hosting the 2022 World Cup plumbed new depths on Thursday when they suffered an embarrassing 2-1 friendly defeat to European minnows Liechtenstein.

The tiny Gulf nation has been embroiled in controversy since it was awarded the finals, with allegations of corruption and the reported deaths of construction workers at World Cup sites.

Meanwhile their performances on the pitch continue to disappoint, with a last-minute penalty from Michele Polverino enough to give Liechtenstein...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Alvaro Morata, Iago Aspas lead Spain to rout of Liechtenstein

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It's safe to say Spain have Liechtenstein's number, beating them 8-0 on both occasions in Group G of World Cup Qualifying.

Alvaro Morata and substitute Iago Aspas each scored twice as Spain moved closer to the World Cup finals with an 8-0 win over Group G minnows Liechtenstein in Vaduz.

The Spaniards were in irresistible form as they built on Saturday's 3-0 thrashing of closest group rivals Italy in a predictable mis-match against opponents yet to claim a point.

Sergio Ramos got a dominant display underway as he headed home his first international goal in three years with just three minutes on the clock.

Morata added...