The best memes, reaction to the loss in North Macedonia

Italy is considered by many as a roadblock to winning the right to participate in the World Cup. Instead, a great result against North Macedonia saw them out.

Four years ago in 2018 World Cup, Italy failed to make it to the much-anticipated international tournament, something that seemed odd at the time. But there’s no way that could ever happen to one of those football countries in the world, right?

On Thursday, Italy’s plight to try and qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar continued with a match against North Macedonia. Given the disparity between the two sides, one can hardly assume that an Italian defeat would eliminate them.

However, after trying to find a way to attack for the match, North Macedonia shocked Italy fans and the football world into second-half stoppage time with a goal that put them ahead 1. -0 and in the end, bring them victory.

And with that, Italy will officially not be able to compete in the 2022 World Cup.

Italy out of World Cup: Reactions, best memes

While Italian football fans are certainly in pain after seeing the national team fail to qualify for the World Cup for the second time in a row, Twitter has brought the rest of us into laughter. refreshing and quality responses. |

Despite missing out on the World Cup four years ago, it’s shocking that Italy won’t be attending Qatar. A big part of that is probably the team that knocked them out of the qualifiers as North Macedonia seems to be completely underwhelming.

However, this is just another reason, why it is called the beautiful game. Anything can happen and this is proof of it. The best memes, reaction to the loss in North Macedonia

John Verrall

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