Team Tibet Knocked Out of World Football Cup 2018

After the third consecutive loss in the league matches of the Paddy Power CONIFA World Football Cup, 2018 in London, Team Tibet is now knocked out of the tournament as it does not qualify for the next rounds. The Tibetan team played against the strong team of Karpatalya on Sunday after which ended with final score of 5-1 against the Tibetan side.

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Tibet Loses Second Match to 1-3, China Tried to Kick Tibet Out

The alternative to the FIFA world cup, Paddy Power CONIFA World Football Cup made headlines for breaking the odds by giving a wild card entry to Team Tibet to play in the tournament that began on Thursday. Tibet lost their second match on Saturday with a final score of 3-1 from the Enfield Town FC’s ground in north London.

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Tibetans Showed Some Skills Despite Losing the First Match

The Tibetan National Football team who faced the defending champions, Abkhazia in their first match of the Paddy Power Conifa World Football Cup 2018 in London has executed some skills on the ground despite losing the match by conceding three goals on Thursday afternoon, the opening day of the non-FIFA football tournament.

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CONIFA Welcomes Team Tibet to London for World Cup

The squad of Tibetan national men’s football team has arrived in London ahead of beginning of the upcoming tournament of the Paddy Power World Football Cup 2018 earlier this week organized by the Confederation of Independent Football Associations (CONIFA). CONIFA officially welcomed Team Tibet with a tweet on its official Twitter handle on Wednesday.

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Dreaming World Cup for Tibet

Our boys from Team Tibet will soon be in London to play the Conifa tournament, a mini World Cup of a sort and I want to take this opportunity to wish them all the luck and I want them to roar like the snow lion, bark like the Tibetan mastiff, play defense like the Yak and run like the Tibetan antelope. I also want to for the fun of the game predict that this World Cup 2018 will be won by France. But since first kiss is the deepest, my support for Argentina and Messi will always remain.

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