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Jacob Steinberg is in Doha for the Guardian reporting on the latest situation with Raheem Sterling:
Raheem Sterling will take longer to decide whether to return to Qatar ahead of England’s World Cup quarter-final against France after his Surrey home was burglarized.
Sterling missed England’s win over Senegal after returning to the UK due to a ‘family matter’. Jewelery and watches were among the items stolen from the home of the Chelsea winger, who was said to have been “shaken” by the break-in and feared for the safety of his fiancee and children.
It remains to be seen if Sterling is comfortable returning to the World Cup camp in England. The 27-year-old has been a key player for Gareth Southgate, whose side face France on Saturday night, and has scored 20 goals in 81 caps.
As things stand, Southgate must prepare to face the world champions on the basis that Sterling is unavailable. However, England are not lacking in attacking options. Sterling has lost his place since the start of the tournament and Southgate has revealed the former Manchester City player should not be in the starting XI against Senegal.
Read more here: Jacob Steinberg – Raheem Sterling will take longer to decide on England’s World Cup return
Croatia may be heading to their third World Cup quarter-final in their sixth tournament appearance, but coach Zlatko Dalic gave them a bit of the old ‘we’re not worth it’ in some quotes for the media before meeting Brazil on Friday. Reuters quotes him saying:
Brazil are the favourites, let’s face it. Brazil is the strongest and best national team in the World Cup.
What I have seen so far, when looking at their player selection, quality, skill and value, it is indeed terrifying.
I think we have a great review ahead of us, a tough task against the team who play great football with so many good, fast and quality players.
Brazil have self-confidence, a splendid atmosphere in the team, which shows, as well as high-level players… However, we will not give in. I think we have nothing to fear.
We have to go into the game with a lot of faith, self-confidence and look for our chances, take the opportunity to play against Brazil, that’s all. If only it was the final.
They’re a great team, but I think we can challenge them, you have to be smart… The match isn’t 50-50, but we’re not outsiders either.
The Spanish players looked quite classy during their pre-match walk on the pitch at Al Rayya’s Education City Stadium.
There is also a strong fashion element among the fans.
Team news: Morocco v Spain
Morocco have never made it past the second round before, but come into this game undefeated and having conceded only one goal. Selim Amallah replaces Abdelhamid Sabiri in the only change from the team that beat Canada 2-1 last time out.
Morocco: Yassine Bounou, Achraf Hakimi, Noussair Mazraoui, Nayef Aguerd, Romain Saiss (c), Sofyan Amrabat, Selim Amallah, Azzedine Ounahi, Hakim Ziyech, Soufiane Boufal, Youssef En-Nesyri
Spain are having a strange World Cup, having absolutely beaten Costa Rica to score a goal and then only narrowly finished in their group thanks to that shock loss to Japan. They seek their first quarter-final spot since winning the match in 2010. Llorente and Laporte are back in the side, but Morata falls to the bench which won’t do much for his boot aspirations Golden. Pedri, Marco Asensio and Ferran Torres are also all back in the starting XI.
Spain: Unai Simon, Marcos Llorente, Aymeric Laporte, Rodri, Jordi Alba, Sergio Busquets (c), Gavi, Pedri, Ferran Torres, Dani Olmo, Marco Asensio
The officials of the day are referee Fernando Andrés Rapallini (Argentina) assisted by his compatriots Juan Pablo Belatti and Diego Yamil Bonfá. The fourth official with this humdinger of a sponsored sign to hold will be Raphael Claus from Brazil.
At the helm of the MBM action for us is John Brewin…
I’ll be keeping this blog open until kick-off to mop up any further World Cup news as it emerges.
Morocco arrived at the stadium for their first World Cup knockout game since 1986.
Okay, Martin Belam back here now. I can confirm this was pretty much what the dog’s face looked like when I dragged her out of her bed in the cold for forty minutes so I could get a good cup of gentrified Walthamstow coffee.
We’re probably about half an hour away from team news before the Morocco-Spain clash, which kicks off at 15:00 GMT at Al Rayyan’s Education City Stadium. We are already receiving images of fans gathering at Souq Waqif in Doha.
Incidentally, the FIFA World Cup website presents them as “possible starting XIs”, so do with them what you want:
Morocco: Yassine Bounou, Achraf Hakimi, Nayef Aguerd, Romain Saiss, Noussair Mazraoui, Abdelhamid Sabiri, Sofyan Amrabat, Azzedine Ounahi, Hakim Ziyech, Youssef En-Nesyri, Sofiane Boufal
Spain: Unai Simon, Jordi Alba, Aymeric Laporte, Rodri, Cesar Azpilicueta or Dani Carvajal, Pedri, Sergio Busquets, Gavi, Ferran Torres, Marco Asensio, Dani Olmo
What a roller coaster year Richarlison is having: from being almost relegated with Everton (it was he more than anyone who helped them stay fit), to moving to Spurs and looking like he was going to miss out the World Cup because of an injury, to on the biggest stage. If he continues to score at this rate, he could be Mbappé’s biggest rival for that shiny collection of World Cup golden gongs.
10/10 – Richarlison has scored as many goals (10) in nine appearances for Brazil this year as he scored in 37 appearances for Everton and Spurs. Possesses. pic.twitter.com/M45islBxIA
True to the young French superstar, Eric Devin wrote this article asking if Mbappé could make history by winning all the shiny trophies on offer in Qatar.
Since Paolo Rossi in the 1982 World Cup, no player had won the Golden Ball, the Golden Boot and the World Cup. Before that only Garrincha in 1962 and Mario Kempes had completed the trio. Now, however, Kylian Mbappé is well on his way to reversing the poor correlation between individual awards and team success. There is little doubt about his talent, especially after playing such a pivotal role in helping France win the title in 2018, but this season has been more difficult for Mbappé, with the sizzling form of Messi and Neymar leaving him somewhat in the dark.
Hello, Gregg here. I will continue to run the blog while Martin walks his dog. Let’s start by taking a look at the Golden Boot race. If France beat England, it sure looks like Kylian Mbappé will get a new golden slipper himself, doesn’t it? He may have done enough already – five goals have been enough to win it in two of the last five World Cups.
South Korea/Japan 2002 Ronaldo (Brazil) 8Germany 2006 Miroslav Klose (Germany) 5South Africa 2010 Thomas Muller (Germany) 5Brazil 2014 James Rodríguez (Colombia) 6Russia 2018 Harry Kane (England) 6
Mind you, he still needs eight more goals just to equal the all-time Golden Boot record set by compatriot Just Fontaine in 1958, who finished on a ridiculous total of 13. Four goals in the playoffs for third places skew this total somewhat, however.
John Brewin wrote for today’s Football Daily and has this to say on the subject of Brazilian dancing:
At previous World Cups, the idea of the Seleção playing their jogo bonito samba style and other overused clichés in front of empty seats would be unthinkable, but blue plastic covers were freely visible for the final stand of the recyclable 974 BoxPark stadium. . But thank Gianni Infantino for seeing the Seleção playing his samba jogo bonito style and other overused cliches, to make the Human Rights World Cup look like a proper Copa do Mundo. From Leônidas da Silva to Didi, via Clodoaldo, Denilson and his friends juggling to Sergio Mendes in an airport for a shoe manufacturer, Brazil has always known how to move. “We have 10 different dances,” Richarlison roared full-time. His goal, Brazil’s third, included their coach, T1te, adopting the role of John Sergeant/Gregg Wallace dancer-dad.
Cue frowns at Proper Football Men in the gate, Roy Keane and Graeme Souness don’t miss their ITV cue. In Ireland, another Didi, Hamann, joined RTÉ. “The first half dance and then the keeper pulled out,” he cried, after T1te extended the party to include third-choice goalkeeper Weverton. The arrival of Wev in the second half meant that all members of the 26-man squad played at this HWRC. But will Brazil still dance against Argentina, and before that, Croatia in the quarters? The PFM hopes not, after such disrespect to the game. But Gianni’s fun franchise really needs them to keep it going.
Get the rest of Football Daily here: Brazil bring their dancing shoes to Proper Football Men’s frown
It wasn’t just the Brazilian players celebrating yesterday – and let’s be honest, it looked like Brazil could have gone on and scored more if they really wanted to – but their fans were also ecstatic. Here are some scenes…
Lots of debate to be had about the dance celebrations in Brazil yesterday. TV pundit Roy Keane, from Ireland famous for his timid dancing, was among those who very vocally thought it was a bit too much and disrespectful to a South Korea team giving their best- even in a World Cup knockout game.
Korean striker Paik Seung-ho was pretty relaxed about it and said:
I don’t think it’s a lack of respect. They appreciate that and I respect that. I like that too. They can celebrate however they want. They are great players and that’s how Brazilian football is: they like it. You have to understand this and take advantage of it too. We don’t have choreographed celebrations like them, but we do.
I was just reading my colleague Alex Hern’s TechScape newsletter on “ChatGPT, the viral AI tool that could be a vision of our weird tech future”, so I thought I’d give it a try and see s ‘He’s about to kick me out of a job again.
I asked if he could “write a paragraph for a Guardian live blog featuring a preview of Morocco v Spain at the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar?”
The computer said it couldn’t really, because “I don’t have information about current events or the ability to predict the outcome of events, like the results of a football match”, but did. then went on to say “I can provide general information about Morocco and Spain which could be used as a preview of a football match between the two teams”.
Morocco is a North African country known for its cultural and historical richness. The Moroccan national football team, known as the Atlas Lions, has qualified for the World Cup five times. Spain, on the other hand, is a European power in the world of football. The Spanish national team, known as La Roja, are two-time European champions and have one of the best records in international football. In a match between Morocco and Spain at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, fans can expect to see two teams with very different styles of play go head-to-head on the pitch.
I mean, is that any less insightful than when I predicted England v Iran would be an unsatisfactory and tense win for the Three Lions in the opener? Or yesterday when I suggested that Croatia and Japan could serve “a classic”?
Japan had one of the worst penalty shootout performances at the World Cup since Switzerland managed to be knocked out in 2006 by Ukraine without even converting one after the undisputed most boring game in history of the World Cup. There’s some great footage on the newswires that just dropped from Japan on media homework following this today, with the team not looking as downcast as they did last night.
Well, OK, there’s also some overwhelm there.
The English-language publication The Asahi Shimbun publishes some quotes from the team, in particular from Yuto Nagatomo, the 36-year-old veteran defender who was playing in his fourth World Cup. He told the media:
I want people to praise the young players who fought until the last minute, and the players who took the penalties with courage. I don’t think Japan was inferior to Croatia. No way. We have fully deployed our force.
Kaoru Mitoma, who missed Japan’s second penalty, seems to blame himself in part. He said, “I am responsible. I caused trouble. I was ready to carry the torch for people like Nagatomo and showed up on penalties. I thought I was definitely prepared. But maybe that wasn’t enough. »
He went on to say “I have to become a player who can win the team. A great player is one who can play big in the World Cup and lead the team to the last eight. I will come back in four years and will start again.
Portugal’s social media manager posts relaxed photos of the team all smiles. Not pictured: C Ronaldo.
Reuters publish a report saying the Moroccans flew to Qatar for their team’s knockout tie against Spain on Tuesday, even as fans already in the country jostled for tickets, adding to the demand for seats in a potential challenge for the organizers.
The last remaining Arab and African side in the World Cup, Morocco have been wanted by some of the tournament’s most passionate supporters, many of whom live and work in Qatar and hope to see their team qualify for their first quarter-final.
Desperate to attend the match against Spain, champions in 2010, more than 1,000 Moroccan supporters gathered Monday evening at the official ticket office. Reuters reporters saw at least two scuffles and riot police deploying as the crowd grew. One fan said many left empty-handed.
Some said they came after seeing posts on social media saying the Moroccan embassy and the football association would be handing out free tickets. Reuters could not reach the Moroccan football federation for comment.
The Moroccan embassy said on Twitter that it had distributed 500 tickets to Moroccans living in Qatar. The official Facebook page of the Moroccan football team had indicated that Fifa had made an additional 5,000 tickets available to Moroccan fans.
Some were lucky saying they got tickets from the Moroccan football federation. One of them was Mohammed-Tayyeb Muhyi, who said he got his ticket after landing in Qatar on Tuesday. He said he had no flight or game ticket 24 hours earlier.
Another Moroccan fan, Houda Belkadi El Haloui, who has been in Qatar for three weeks, said she also received a ticket from the football federation after she called and told her to collect it from a coffee.
“I was lucky to have one, but I’m very scared for my other siblings that they’ll be stuck outside the stadium. I’m really scared. I hope the Moroccan fans will understand that there is a problem… I ask them to remain calm.
Former England striker Ian Wright delivered a slap this morning to people on social media who caught former England striker Eni Aluko dropping a math clanger live during the Brazil game last night on ITV in the Kingdom -United.
I made countless mistakes live. The answers to that are horrifying. You are so pressured by women in football that you take pure pleasure in it. Growing up. https://t.co/QEwMl4ek9Q
Cameroon Football Federation president and former star player Samuel Eto’o was filmed kicking a man on the ground during an altercation outside a World Cup stadium early on Tuesday.
AP reports from Doha that Eto’o stopped to pose for photos with fans near Stadium 974 after Brazil beat South Korea 4-1. Footage circulating on social media showed him reacting to comments from a man holding a camera.
The former Barcelona and Inter Milan striker was initially held back by people around him, then broke free and appeared to aim a kick at the man, who fell backwards at the floor.
Eto’o has been in Qatar as president of the Cameroon Football Federation.
AP says Fifa did not immediately respond to a request for comment. A spokesman for the Cameroon federation did not immediately return phone calls or respond to messages seeking comment.
Qatar’s Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, which oversees the World Cup, and its government did not immediately respond to questions about the incident.
Some sources on social media suggest the man, who was filming Eto’o, was an Algerian YouTuber who tried to quiz him about the controversial World Cup qualifier between Algeria and Cameroon earlier this year . After several incidents during the second leg of the qualifiers, Algeria unsuccessfully appealed for the match to be replayed.
Whisper it, but there are only ten games left in this World Cup. And one of them is the match for third place which belongs to the dustbin of history. Here are the remaining confirmed fixtures and permutations:
Tuesday, December 6R16: Morocco – Spain (3 p.m. GMT, Education City Stadium)R16: Portugal – Switzerland (7 p.m. GMT, Lusail Iconic Stadium)
Friday 9 DecemberQF1: Croatia – Brazil (15:00 GMT, Education City Stadium)QF2: Netherlands – Argentina (19:00 GMT, Lusail Iconic Stadium)
Saturday December 10QF3: Morocco or Spain – Portugal or Switzerland (3 p.m. GMT, Al Thumama Stadium)QF4: England – France (7 p.m. GMT, Al Bayt Stadium)
Tuesday, December 13SF: Netherlands or Argentina – Croatia – Brazil (7 p.m. GMT, Lusail Iconic Stadium)
Wednesday December 14SF: England or France winner QF3 (7 p.m. GMT, Al Bayt Stadium)
Saturday, December 17Third Place Play-Off: Losing Semi-Finalists (3:00 p.m. GMT, Khalifa International Stadium)
Sunday, December 18Final: Winning semi-finalists (3 p.m. GMT, Lusail Iconic Stadium)
Xherdan Shaqiri doubled his team-mates ahead of the 1900 GMT kick-off against Portugal later in the day. Breel Embolo is nominated as the funniest member of the team, but also the one who is always late. Ricardo Rodriguez is named the worst singer, while coach Murat Yakin receives the least funny rating. Shaqiri certainly displayed more humor in this video than on the pitch against Serbia, that’s for sure.
Yesterday it became clear that Saudi Arabia were ready to host the 2027 Asian Cup, after India pulled out of the bid for the hosting duties. AP’s John Duerden reports some additional details this morning.
Saudi Arabia are set to be officially confirmed as the 2027 hosts in February when the Asian Football Confederation meet in Bahrain. It will be the first time the country has hosted the continental competition.
“People forget that Saudi Arabia has hosted many international events, including the 1989 Youth World Cup and three editions of the Confederations Cup,” said Hafez Al-Medlej, a former member of the Saudi Football Federation and the AFC, to the national media.
“The 2027 Asian Cup will be one of the most successful Asian competitions given Saudi Arabia’s ability to host sporting events and it will show that the country will be able to host the World Cup in years to come. coming.”
The Indian Football Federation has said the Asian Cup in 2027 does not match its strategic priorities. “India has always been a wonderful and efficient host for major tournaments, which was amply demonstrated during the recently concluded FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup,” the president said. of the AIFF, Kalyan Chaubey, in a press release.
“However, the executive committee has decided that the federation’s overall strategy currently remains focused on the fundamental objectives to strengthen our football at all levels, from grassroots football to youth development.”
World Cup hosts Qatar won the 2023 Asian Cup after China surrendered their hosting rights, citing the Covid-19 pandemic. This tournament should be pushed back to January 2024.
Saudi Arabia is reportedly involved in plans for an interfederal bid for the 2030 World Cup, with Morocco or Egypt as co-hosts, or a three-way bid that would involve Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Greece.
If you woke up this morning with a burning desire to see Jack Grealish and Declan Rice hit the ball in a pool while wearing shorts, then today is your lucky day.
Fifa have highlighted a few quotes on their website ahead of the 3pm GMT kick off today between Morocco and Spain.
It features Luis Enrique, with a defeat against Japan clearly on his mind, saying: “If against Morocco we have the chance to go ahead, Morocco will risk everything again. We must show more strength in times when the opposition urges us.
And the site quotes Moroccan striker Zakaria Aboukhlal as saying: “I’m very happy to have reached the last 16. We don’t want to stop there. We want to go further and, God willing, we will continue. We are very happy for the Moroccan fans. We see a lot of people who came here from Morocco. I want to thank them.
“I am very happy with the way the Arabs here help each other. We were happy when Saudi Arabia beat Argentina. When we beat Belgium and Canada, we also felt that other Arab countries were happy for us.
Germany team director Oliver Bierhoff agrees to leave post after Qatar failure
Germany manager Oliver Bierhoff has become the first victim of their World Cup first-round exit in Qatar after agreeing to quit two years before the end of his contract, it was announced on Tuesday. the DFB.
Reuters reports that former Germany international Bierhoff, who had served as team manager for 18 years, has been widely criticized after his second successive surprise World Cup exit. His position involved the public relations aspect of the team as opposed to coaching responsibilities.
“Oliver Bierhoff has won a lot of credit for the DFB,” DFB chairman Bernd Neuendorf said in a statement. “Even if the last tournaments have fallen behind the sporting goals that had been set, it will be associated with great moments.”
Bierhoff was instrumental in helping Germany win the last of their four World Cup titles in 2014 and Neuendorf said his efforts will not be forgotten.
“He will always be linked to the success of the World Cup in Brazil,” he added. “Even in turbulent times, he always followed goals and visions.”
Germany dropped out of the group stages at the 2018 and 2022 World Cups and haven’t made it past the knockout stages of Euro 2020. They will host the next European Championships in June and July 2024.
Jacob Steinberg is in Doha for the Guardian, and today he broached the subject of England’s teenage sensation – Jude Bellingham:
He was outstanding when England beat Iran in their World Cup opener, opening the scoring with a fine header, but he was even better against Senegal. It was Bellingham who carried England when they struggled in the first half against the African champions. He lashed out at fans, urging them to make more noise. He regained possession of the ball. Eventually, Bellingham broke through the Senegal defense and calmed England’s nerves by netting Jordan Henderson’s opening goal.
It was ridiculous. At one point Bellingham picked up Harry Kane and told the England captain to leave behind a missed chance. This is not normal teenage behavior. English football loves its mavericks but Bellingham doesn’t really fall into that category. He is on his way to stardom but there are no signs that fame is going to his head. It is rare to see him lose his temper on the pitch. He is focused on improving the team and letting his talent create the headlines.
Read more here: Jacob Steinberg – Jude Bellingham: English teenager with maverick gifts but steely focus
Morocco are hoping for more scenes like this later today.
Speaking of Lionel Messi, Reuters reported this morning from Melbourne that Australian midfielder Cameron Devlin didn’t play a minute of the World Cup but left Qatar with one of their biggest prizes after trading jerseys with the Argentinian number ten after their round of 16.
Devlin, who plays for Hearts in Scotland, dived after the Socceroos were eliminated 2-1, with Argentine talisman Messi scoring a goal in his 1,000th game.
“I carried on and first consoled all the boys and then shook hands with Messi,” Devlin told reporters at Sydney Airport after returning from Qatar.
“No one had said anything so I just took a chance and he said, ‘I’ll see you inside’ and that’s what happened. (I wanted) one of the others boys got the chance first, but no one took it, so I thought why not?” said Devlin, 24.
“I don’t know if (mine) will be on his wall at home or maybe still on the floor in that locker room but I’m not fidgety – it’s more than I have his. I was surprised he even took mine. He sure wouldn’t know who I am, but he’s a nice enough guy and humble enough to always show that respect.
Argentina will be back in action on Friday in a tantalizing quarter-final with the Netherlands that will evoke memories of the 1978 final at the Estadio Monumental in Buenos Aires. Former England defender Anita Asante writes for us today that Lionel Messi is fulfilling the responsibility of creating a World Cup fairy tale:
It’s almost as if he has a gravitational pull and he himself has a gravitational pull, pulling and twisting and managing the movement of the ball as if it were part of his orbit. He has such continuity in his movement when he’s on the ball, when he’s dribbling with that control of the ball with such effortless grace. Its first touch, which is almost always sublime, means it never gives you an inch of space. Often as a defender you expect to put pressure on the first touch, if it’s a bad touch you have a chance to stop them. However, his first touch is often so good that defenders are stopped dead in their tracks, and he is able to ignore them.
One of the only ways to defend against Messi is to do so in numbers. I would like to draw defenders around me, slide in my wing-back, have my centre-back close to me, maybe my deep central midfielder provide support and focus on trying to get in the way of those passing lines that he finds so often. But the problem is that he also thrives in these situations. He sucks players towards him. He wants three or four players to rush him and when that happens he finds the pass. He knows where the space is, he knows where his reserve man is and he will find him. If it’s not that, he draws the foul and then we all know what he can do with a free kick.
Read more here: Anita Asante – Messi fulfills the responsibility of creating a fairytale World Cup swansong
You were probably off to do something fun, but hot off the heels of Brazil’s dominating performance against South Korea yesterday, we’ve locked up Max Rushden, Barry Glendenning, Lars Sivertson, Jordan Jarrett-Bryan and Ben Mabley in the Guardian Football module Weekly until they have properly discussed it for your viewing pleasure. You can listen to the episode here…
We now know that one side of the draw pits the Netherlands, Argentina, Croatia and Brazil against each other, while the other includes France, England and whoever emerges victorious in today’s two games. today, which promise to be very entertaining.
Morocco will face Spain at 15:00 GMT at Al Rayyan’s Education City Stadium. The Spain boss described the loss to Japan in the group stage as ‘a punch in the face’, so God knows how Luis Enrique would suffer defeat to his country’s African neighbours. Loyalties will be tested in the Spanish enclave of Ceuta which sits at the northern tip of Morocco. For their part, this is Morocco’s second trip to the second round, and their coach Walid Regragui is optimistic about their prospects. “Why shouldn’t we create a surprise?” he asked the media yesterday.
The soap opera Cristiano Ronaldo returns to town at 7pm GMT, where Ronaldo + Portugal take on Switzerland. The Swiss emerged from their squad after a heated encounter with Serbia which saw Fifa open fresh charges against the Serbs amid ugly scenes of Serbian fans. Switzerland have not graced the quarter-finals since hosting the tournament in 1954. Portugal coach Fernando Santos said he could not guarantee Ronaldo would be captain today, and he will decide his team when he arrives at the stadium. Which seems…suboptimal.
Join me for the build-up to it all, plus the fallout from yesterday’s penalty shootout horror spectacle for Japan against Croatia, and the ‘stop, stop, he’s already dead’ moment against South Korea. South. I’ll probably mention England too along the way. Email me at [email protected]
Brazil have won five times and are the only team to have played in every tournament. The other World Cup winners are Germany and Italy, with four titles each; Argentina, France and the first winner, Uruguay, with two titles each; and England and Spain, with one title each.
Did Brazil qualify for quarter final?
Brazil stormed into the quarter-finals with a crushing 4-1 victory over South Korea, scoring all of their goals in the first 36 minutes of the game. They will face Croatia in the first game of the quarter-finals on Friday at 15:00 GMT.
Who is showing the World Cup 2022?
As with the 2018 World Cup, Fox Sports has the exclusive English language rights to show every game from the 2022 World Cup. These games will be split between the Fox and FS1 channels – with 35 games on Fox and 29 on FS1.
How can I watch the 2022 Cup? How to stream the 2022 FIFA World Cup match between Morocco and Spain
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Which channel is World Cup on?
TV Channel: The 2022 FIFA World Cup will be broadcast live on FOX Sports (FOX and FS1) in English as well as Telemundo in Spanish.
Who is televising the World Cup 2022?
The 2022 World Cup is live on FOX and FS1 (in English) as well as Telemundo and Universo (in Spanish).
What channels will air the World Cup 2022?
TV Channel: The 2022 FIFA World Cup will be broadcast live on FOX Sports (FOX and FS1) in English as well as Telemundo in Spanish. Live Stream: You can stream the FIFA World Cup 2022 live on Peacock, Fubo, SlingTV, and Vidgo.
Where to watch World Cup 2022 for free?
Free Ways to Watch the FIFA World Cup In addition to matches shown on Fox Sports, fans can catch select World Cup matches for free on Peacock, as well as watch replays of every football game for free on Tubi.
Can I watch 2022 World Cup on YouTube TV?
Watch FIFA World Cup 2022 Preview Online | YouTube TV (free trial)
How can I watch World Cup 2022 in USA?
The FIFA World Cup will air on FOX, FS1, FOXSports.com, the FOX Sports app and stream for free on Tubi.
Where can I watch World Cup 2022 for free?
Free Ways to Watch the FIFA World Cup In addition to matches shown on Fox Sports, fans can catch select World Cup matches for free on Peacock, as well as watch replays of every football game for free on Tubi.
What year Brazil won World Cup?
Flamenco, a Colombian soccer fan, saw Pelé play in Mexico City when Brazil beat Italy in the 1970 World Cup final.
Is Brazil out of World Cup 2022?
Five-time world champions Brazil have bounced back in style and are through to the quarter-finals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Three days after losing 1-0 to Cameroon in their last group stage game , the Selecao ousted Korea Republic 4-1 on Monday (December 5th) to prepare for a quarter-final against Croatia.
Which team is eliminated from the 2022 World Cup? * Australia were knocked out of the World Cup after a 2-1 loss to Argentina in the round of 16, with goals from Lionel Messi and Julian Alvarez securing victory for the South Americans. * The United States’ World Cup campaign came to an end after a 3-1 loss to the Netherlands in the Round of 16.
Who will Brazil face in semi final?
* If Brazil reach the semi-finals, they could face South American rivals Argentina or the Netherlands. WHO COULD FACE BRAZIL IN THE FINAL? * If Brazil make it to the final, they could potentially face either 2018 champions France or Euro 2016 winners Portugal.
Who is in final 16 World Cup?
Morocco will take on Spain before Portugal take on Switzerland at the end of the 2022 World Cup round of 16. The fourth and final day of the Qatar 2022 World Cup round of 16 will see Morocco take on the Spain and Portugal take on Switzerland.