The Round of 16 World Cup in Qatar in 2022 ended in a hot streak, with 28 goals scored in 8 games. The Netherlands, France, England, Brazil and Portugal all won and advanced. Messi scored again and led Argentina to a 2-1 victory over Australia.
The most exciting penalty shootout was staged twice. Croatian goalkeeper Dominik Livakovic saved three penalty kicks in a row and finally helped the team to eliminate Japan in a thrilling manner.
Spain missed three penalty kicks in a row and lost to Morocco, the light of Africa, and missed the final 8 spot.
Therefore, the star-studded Qatar World Cup has ushered in the most luxurious quarter-final lineup in history. Four of the eight teams (Brazil, Argentina, France, England) have won the World Cup.
Netherlands and Croatia were also the runner-ups, Portugal, led by Ronaldo, is the former European Cup champion, and Africa hopes that Morocco will create more surprises.
The much-anticipated quarterfinals will start this Friday. The Brazilian team, which ushers in the return of Neymar, will open the show on December 9th against Croatia.
Then the focus of the prime time battle is between Netherlands and Argentina – 8 years ago Messi led his team to eliminate Netherlands and break into the World Cup final. Can the South American duo Brazil and Argentina meet in the semi-final this year?
Morocco, the last hope of African team, will debut on December 10th to challenge the momentumed Portugal.
The much-anticipated England vs France will be the finale. Who can stop the hot Mbappé? Can England’s strikers shine again? This pre-staged final is extremely mouth-watering.
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