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2022 World Cup quarterfinals: matches, schedules and which teams went through

The crosses of the quarterfinals of the World Cup Qatar 2022, an instance where classic rivals will meet again and reserved forecast matches will be played. Below, find out which teams are classified and how the next phase of the contest will be played.

France, who beat Poland 3-1 this Sunday with a superb Kylian Mbappé and England, who thrashed Senegal 3-0, will repeat a high-flying European duel. The clash between these two powers will be played next Saturday at the Al-Bayt stadium, in Al-Khor.

On Saturday the first crossing of the quarterfinals had been defined, between Argentina and the Netherlands, executioners of Australia and the United States, respectively.

The quarterfinals of the World Cup will be confirmed tomorrow, Monday, when Brazil faces South Korea and Croatia does the same with Japan in the last duels of the round of 16.



10:00 a.m. | Japan or Crocacia vs. Brazil or South Korea

2:00 p.m. | Argentina vs. Netherlands


10:00 a.m. | Spain or Morocco vs. Portugal or Switzerland

2:00 p.m. | England vs. France



TUESDAY 12/13 and WEDNESDAY 12/14 – 2:00 PM


SATURDAY 17/12 – 10:00 AM


SUNDAY 12/18 – 10:00 AM

This Sunday, Mbappé scored a double against the Poles and reached five goals in Qatar-2022, of which he is the top scorer. The phenomenal 23-year-old PSG striker scored two near-traced goals at 74 and 90+1 minutes to seal the game at the Al Thumama Stadium in Doha.

Before, he had assisted Olivier Giroud after 44 minutes, so that he opened the scoring and became the top scorer in the history of the ‘Bleus’ with 52 goals, one more than Thierry Henry who had the record since 2009.

Robert Lewandowski discounted the penalty at 90+9, which he had to repeat after missing a first attempt, but the referee ordered it to be relaunched because several French players invaded the area prematurely.

Later, at the majestic Al-Bayt Stadium in Al Khor, 45km from Doha, Jude Bellingham and Hary Kane led England’s rout of the African champions. Jordan Henderson at 38 minutes, Harry Kane at 45 and Buyako Saka at 57 scored the goals for England, which had a Bellingham that showed why at 19 he is wanted by the most powerful clubs in Europe.

Source: Elcomercio

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