Twitter's new owner Elon Musk has made a big announcement regarding the 'FIFA World Cup 2022' (FIFA) going to be held in Qatar. Elon Musk has recently tweeted that Twitter will do live coverage and real-time commentary of the first match of the World Cup on Sunday (November 20).
The world's richest man Elon Musk tweeted, 'The first match of the World Cup is on Sunday. Watch the best coverage and real-time commentary on Twitter. Although, Elon Musk has not mentioned FIFA in his tweet, but he has written World Cup.
Not only this, in the tweet, Musk has not shared any other details regarding the coverage and commentary of the match. The 22nd season of the FIFA World Cup 2022 is starting from Sunday in Qatar. It is being speculated that Musk is talking about the FIFA World Cup in the tweet.
The first match of the World Cup will be played between the hosts Qatar and Ecuador. FIFA-2022 will see 32 teams from around the world compete for the most coveted trophy in international football. This time 8 groups have been formed in the FIFA World Cup. 4 teams have been placed in each group. The final match of the FIFA World Cup will be held on 18 December.