FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 has been voted as best FIFA World Cup in 21st century

The FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 was selected as the “greatest World Cup this century” in a BBC Sport poll with a staggering 78% of the vote.
The 2002 World Cup (Japan/South Korea) came in second place with just 6% of the vote, followed by 2014 (Brazil) with 5%, 2006 (Germany), and 2018 (Russia), which tied for fourth place with 4% each, and 2010 (South Africa), which received 3%.
For several reasons, Qatar left a lasting impression on world football, ending with Lionel Messi winning the World Cup by overcoming a rival France team 3-2 on penalties. A lot of achievements in history were made as Morocco became the first African and Arab team to get to the semifinals in Qatar.
Gianni Infantino, the president of FIFA, and some other prominent figures in sports claimed the tournament to be the finest ever owing to the game’s inclusivity and diversity.
It was also a great World Cup for India as for the first time two female Bollywood celebrities were the part of FIFA World Cup ceremony.
From the surprises, shocks, and upsets in the group stages to the excitement of the knockout rounds and perhaps the greatest final ever, the Qatar 2022 World Cup influenced the world in many ways.