this Qatar World Cup It enters its definitive and most exciting phase, with the dispute of the quarterfinal stage offering big favourites, with the exception of Morocco, who eliminated Spain. very even keys.
Brazil and Croatia They qualified for the quarter-finals of Qatar-2022, which they will face on Monday, leaving Asia without a representative at the World Cup. Five-time world and Balkan champion teams entered the top eight in a very different way. While Canarinha beat South Korea 4-1 -and played especially well in the first half-Croatia drew 1-1 and eliminated Japan 3-1 on penalties.
The classic of the World Cup in Qatar will be played in the quarter-finals. England and
France, one of the most repeated in history, but it will be a novelty: for the first time, both countries will face each other directly in a qualifying round. It is never a soft duel due to the shared history of both countries and the many levels of rivalry that is reflected in the sport and gives a higher dimension to their encounters.
Bergkamp’s control, Buenos Aires’ “papelitos”, the contrast between orange and sky blue on the pitch: World Cup history has presented legendary matches between Argentina and the Netherlands, one of the star duels in the quarterfinals. Qatar-2022 on Friday, December 9th. The conflict between this sixth edition and Albiceleste and Orange It was the third most repeated matchup in World Cups, after Brazil-Sweden and Argentina-Germany or FRG (seven times).
an epic Morocco and overwhelming Portugal was in the quarterfinals of the World Cup last Tuesday Qatar-2022 and they will face each other for the semi-finals on Saturday. The North African team left the tournament in the small emirate of the Gulf without the expected Iberian classic, beating ineffective Spain 3-0 on penalties and knocking out the round of 16.
Friday, December 9
Croatia vs. Brazil 10:00 (Directv)
Netherlands vs. Argentina 14:00 (Rcn, Caracol, Directv)
Saturday, December 10
Morocco vs. Portugal 10:00 (Rcn, Caracol, Directv)
England vs. France 14:00 (Rcn, Caracol, Directv)
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