Courtois will take his place between the posts for Belgium in Qatar.
Real Madrid goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois admits the 2022 World Cup with making the upcoming season the hardest club campaign ever.
Los Blancos ended the 2021/22 season in style with Courtois playing a key role in their La Liga and Champions League title wins.
The Belgian international was also named in the Champions League team of the season. He put on an excellent display against the Reds in the Champions League final and won man of the match.
The new season 2022/23 will start and Courtois is excited. He is also excited about his national duty with Belgium. He was a key player in Belgium’s journey in the 2018 World Cup.
Belgium are joined in Group F by unfancied duo Canada, Morocco, and Croatia.
“I am looking forward to the new season”, as per reports from Marca.
“Real Madrid brings out the best in oneself.
“The team is very hungry and everything starts very soon with the European Super Cup.
“But, the World Cup in Qatar will make the season more intense than any other before.”
Courtois will take his place between the posts for Belgium in Qatar with the Red Devils tipped to reach their first major final since 1980.