World Cup 2022 highlights: Winners and losers on Day 2 in Qatar

Опубликовано: 22-11-2022, 10:25, , 160, 0
The second day of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar was marked by a spectacular game on the field with the inevitable winners and losers of the first games from England, Iran, the Netherlands, Senegal, Wales and the United States.
Here's a quick guide that brings together everything you need to know about Monday's games.

England vs Iran

The England-Iran match began at 16:00 local time (13:00 GMT).
  • England eclipsed Iran with a decisive 6-2 victory as Bukayo Saka and Jude Bellingham led the Three Lions to victory in the Group B opener on Monday.
  • First-blooded Bellingham, 19, gave England a 1-0 lead, making him the youngest English player to score in a World Cup since Michael Owen in 1998. He is also the first player born in 2000 or later. score in a tournament.
  • England, in search of their first World Cup since 1966, dominated possession, controlling the ball in 79 per cent of matches.
  • Saka, 21, also scored two goals alongside Raheem Sterling, Marcus Rashford and Jack Grealish.
  • Mehdi Taremi shot twice for Iran, but it was not enough.
  • England will face the United States on Friday and will play Wales on November 29th.
  • Also on Friday, Iran will play Wales. Iran is then due to play the US on November 29, which event is already available for betting on 1win .

Netherlands v Senegal

The Netherlands and Senegal met at the Al-Tumama Stadium at 19:00 local time (16:00 GMT).
  • The Netherlands, returning to the World Cup after an eight-year absence, stunned Africa's top team with a 2-0 win.
  • After a scoreless first half, Cody Gakpo sent a brilliant header past Senegalese goalkeeper Édouard Mendy after a strong cross from Frenkie de Jong 84 minutes into the game.
  • Substitute Davy Claassen gave the Dutch a 2-0 lead at the end of the match, capitalizing on Mendy's weak rebound.
  • Dutch fans had a mixed reaction to the victory over Senegal: "I thought it would be easy, but it's not," Dutch fan Ron Tuby told Al Jazeera. “Senegal was very good, very fast, strong and disciplined,” he added.
  • “[Senegal] did not deserve to be defeated. Our game was slow in the first half,” said another Dutch fan, Peter Tobben.
  • Senegalese fans, still reeling from the absence of star forward Sadio Mané, who was ruled out of the World Cup two days before the opening match with a leg injury, remained optimistic. “Overall we had a good game,” said Abubakar Thiam, who flew to Doha from Paris to watch the match.
  • He added: “You know, football also needs luck, and today we didn’t have it. We will be better in the next games."
  • Senegal will face host nation Qatar on Friday.
  • They will complete their schedule in Group A against Ecuador on November 29th.
  • The Netherlands will also play Ecuador on Friday and will play Qatar on November 29, live on 1win .

USA vs. Wales

The United States faced Wales at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium at 2200 local time (1900 GMT).
  • Timothy Weah, 22, the son of former FIFA legend and current Liberian president George Weah, scored his first US goal thanks to a 36th-minute nimble pass from Captain America Christian Pulisic.
  • The first US goal in the 2022 World Cup sent fans across the United States — from pubs in New York to parks in Washington DC — into a frenzy.
  • In the 82nd minute, Gareth Bale converted a penalty past American goalkeeper Matt Turner to equalize the Welsh score 1-1.
  • In the frantic final minutes of the game, neither team managed to take the lead despite adding an extra nine minutes to the clock.
  • "The most important thing is that we didn't lose," Weah said after the match ended.
  • "Damn battle," Team USA tweeted on Monday.

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