Raphael for Spain and the songs that will play for each goal of the rest of the teams in the World Cup

Just a few days after the 2022 World Cup in Qatar officially began, the most anticipated sporting event of the year is possibly the most atypical to date: from its peculiar and strict restrictions, to the controversial shadow of corruption and violation of surrounding human rights.

Not only that, this year a novelty has also been introduced: each team has chosen a song to celebrate the goals in the stadium and that is heard over the public address system. An initiative that aims to appeal even more to the passion that both music and football arouse.

This was confirmed yesterday during Spain’s match against Costa Rica, when the team managed to score seven goals in the opening game of the World Cup in Qatar. A victory that was celebrated with each goal to the sound of My Big Night by Raphael through the loudspeakers of the stadiums.

But Spain has not been the only team to have its own song to celebrate the goals during the World Cup, each country has chosen its own representative music that will accompany them throughout the different matches.

The songs and authors chosen by each selection have been extremely varied: from the Canadian selection with the native superstar Drake and his Going Bad, to the Balkan reggaeton of the Serbian selection Preko Sveta de Rasta, and even devotional music in the selection of Tunisia.

There have even been repetitions: England, Poland and Switzerland have all chosen the same song to celebrate the goals: Freed From Desire, a 1997 hit by Italian singer Gala. A song so popular that it has been chosen by the three teams. A mistake that the English have quickly corrected by naming a second song as the one chosen to celebrate the goals: One Kiss by  Dua Lipa. However, Switzerland and Poland have continued betting on the same song and have not shown any intention of changing it for the moment.

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