FIFA World Cup, November 27: Which teams are playing in Qatar today?

Опубликовано: 27-11-2022, 09:35, , 153, 0
FIFA World Cup Today Day 8 Matches: Japan vs. Costa Rica, Belgium vs. Morocco, Croatia vs. Canada and Spain vs. Germany are the matches at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

Japan vs. Costa Rica

How big was Japan's 2-1 loss to Germany in the first round of the World Cup?
Japan were underdogs against four-time champions Germany, but they will be clear favorites in the next Group E match against Costa Rica, where a win could take Japan to the play-offs with a spare game.

Losing Costa Rica on Sunday would have left it unable to move forward. Costa Rica will play Germany in the final match, while Japan will play Spain. Costa Rica is recovering from a 7-0 thrashing of Spain in the first leg and one can only guess how the Ticos will react. The tiny Central American country of just over 5 million people is participating in the sixth FIFA World Cup. In 2014 in Brazil, he reached the quarterfinals.
Japan has never reached the quarter-finals in a World Cup and this time it's the target. This is Japan's seventh match in a row and has reached the round of 16 three times, including in Russia in 2018. In stoppage time, Japan lost 3-2 to Belgium after taking a 2-0 lead.

Belgium vs. Morocco

Belgian midfielder Kevin De Bruyne knew he hadn't played well in the first leg of the World Cup. He said this when he accepted the man of the match award.
"I don't know why I got the trophy," De Bruyne said. “Maybe it's because of my name.
As De Bruyne looks to improve after an underwhelming 1-0 victory over Canada, Belgium has a second chance against Morocco on Sunday to show why they are second in the world behind Brazil.
It could also be the last chance for many in the highly ranked Belgian team to compete in the World Cup, as the Golden Generation were often reminded of in the run-up to Qatar. The backbone of the team is De Bruyne, Eden Hazard, Axel Witsel, Jan Vertonghen, Toby Alderweireld and goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, all in their 30s.
Morocco will be less concerned about the prospect of trying to contain De Bruyne, as he has already managed to subdue another one of the best midfielders in the world, Luka Modric.

Croatia vs Canada

Canadian manager John Herdman said on Saturday his team was set to test against 2018 World Cup finalist Croatia after the Canadians lost 1-0 to Belgium despite outplaying them.
Canada, taking part in the second World Cup, is still hoping to score its first goal in the history of the men's tournament. He qualified for the 1986 tournament, where he was eliminated in the group stage both without a win or a goal.
Canada will play Croatia, which drew 0-0 with Morocco in the first leg on Sunday, in what Herdman called a "massive game". “This is a hell of a test for this team. We are excited,” Herdman said at a press conference. "We're in for a hell of a match."
Emotional after Canada's solid performance against the world No. 2 team, Herdman caught the attention of the Croatian media after saying that his team would quit and "kill Croatia".

Spain vs Germany

When the World Cup draw came out in April, one of the highlights of the group stage was Sunday's match between Spain and Germany at Al Bayt Stadium.
Eight months later, the pre-tournament game between the two former world champions and favorites gained even more notoriety with Germany's surprise defeat to Japan in the opening match in Qatar.
Another setback against Spain this weekend and Germany could be sent home early for a second World Cup in a row. A loss - combined with at least Japan's draw against Costa Rica earlier Sunday - would spell elimination for the four-time champion.
Meanwhile, Spain will be looking to secure their place in the next stage and solidify their status as one of the top contenders for the title after an impressive 7-0 thrashing of Costa Rica in the first leg.
The signs are not encouraging for Germany. His last match against Spain was an embarrassing 6-0 defeat in the Nations League two years ago. His last win against La Roja was in a friendly eight years ago.
Germany won their fourth World Cup title in 2014 in Brazil but did not qualify from the group stage in 2018 after losses to South Korea and Mexico. This will be the first time he has failed to clear the group stage in consecutive tournaments.
Spain won their only World Cup in 2010 in South Africa and were eliminated in the round of 16 in 2018 in Russia. A win over Germany would allow Spain to reach the round of 16 if Costa Rica doesn't beat Japan.
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