FIFA Qualifier 1 : Netherlands vs USA Match Highlights


Netherlands vs USA Highlights: Netherlands beat USA 3-1 to reach quarter-finals and Now They Play with Argentina in last 8.


Denzel Dumfries had a goal and two assists for the Netherlands as they became the first team to reach the quarter-finals of the 2022 FIFA World Cup with a 3-1 victory over the United States on Saturday. Apart from Dumfries, Memphis Depay and Daley Blind scored for the Netherlands, while substitute Haji Wright scored the laone goal for the United States at the Khalifa International Stadium.

The Netherlands will face Argentina, who beat Australia by 2–1. And it’s the end of the road for a young and exciting American side.

Netherlands vs USA match Highlights

Depay put the Netherlands ahead in the 10th minute, before Blind doubled the lead in stoppage time of the first half. After trailing 0–2 at the halftime break, the USA reduced the lead to a goal by Wright in the 76th minute. But it didn’t last long with Dumfries, who assisted both of Holland’s first-half goals, sealing the match with an 81st-minute strike.

The Dutchman looked comfortable in the opening round of 16 tie in front of 44,846 spectators and similarly scored two goals when Dumfries first crossed Depay from the right into the net in the 10th minute, then went blind on the stroke. half time
But Wright pulled a goal back to give the Americans hope of a comeback.

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However, this only lasted five minutes, before Dumfries claimed man of the match honors with his own 81st-minute goal, deflecting Blind’s cross from the left.
But despite progressing to their seventh World Cup quarter-final since 1974, it was another Dutch performance at the Qatar World Cup that would not please their demanding supporters.

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FIFA World cup 2022 Qualifier 2 : Argentina vs Australia Highlights


Argentina vs Australia : Vintage Lionel Messi won hearts in his 1,000th career match as he helped Argentina beat Australia 2-1 in the last 16 of the FIFA World Cup 2022 on Sunday. The Argentina captain scored the opening goal at the Ahmad bin Ali stadium, his 789th career goal, as they set up a quarter-final date with the Netherlands.

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The Netherlands was the first team to book a ticket for the last eight in Qatar after beating USA 3-1 in the first knockout game on Saturday.

Argentina were leading 1–0 at the half-time thanks to Messi’s 35th-minute goal, but Julian Alvarez doubled the lead early in the second half. Alvarez’s 57th-minute goal gave Argentina some respite in a match dominated by the South American team. However, Australia gave the two-time champions a goal scare in the 77th minute when Craig Goodwin’s shot deflected off Enzo Fernandez and into his own goal.

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Finally, Messi and Team Argentina Maintained their Journey to move on to the next round.

Argentina vs Australia Qualifier Match Highlights

Messi put Argentina ahead after 35 minutes for his 94th international goal, surpassing World Cup great Diego Maradona’s tally of eight goals for the South Americans.

Julián Álvarez added a second near the hour mark after keeper Matt Ryan put the game ahead of Australia.Argentina took some time to get going in a match that started badly, with combinations of Alejandro Gomez, Enzo Fernandez and Alvarez unable to break down a strong defence.

Gomez had an early chance when he headed down the left and cut inside, but fired a shot just wide, while Messi struggled to make a mark in the opening exchanges.

Australia had their best chance from a corner near the half-hour mark when Harry Sutter, more than two meters tall, lofted a corner but his effort lacked power.


Australia refused to give up and went on a series of attacks and pulled a goal back after 77 minutes when substitute Craig Goodwin’s powerful and speculative shot took a huge deflection off Fernandez and into the own net.

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Reason Why Ghana Team Hates Luis Suarez and Uruguay – Luis Suarez Handball Incident


The last time Ghana and Uruguay played was in the quarter-finals of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa. Uruguay emerged as the eventual winners, knocking the African nation out of the tournament as they came close to making history.

Why Ghana Fans Called “The Hand Of The Devil”, to Luis Suarez

The controversial incident took place in the last match of the quarter-final match between Ghana and Uruguay. With the score tied 1-1 in extra time, Diego Forlan canceled out Ghana’s Sali Mantri’s superb first goal.

Ghana was the last African team to host the first World Cup, held in South Africa, so they had the hopes of not only their country but the entire continent on their shoulders.

Many may remember what happened in the 2010 quarter-finals before Luis Suarez decided to take matters into his own hands. Earlier in the game, Uruguayan goalkeeper Fernando Muslera was beaten with a regular long-range strike by Sulley Muntari which was converted at the last minute. Captain Diego Forlan equalized with his free kick.

What was the Luis Suarez handball Incident?-  Hand Of The Devil Incident?

As the game progressed, Ghana looked like the better side as Uruguay’s defense became increasingly strong and the Africans continued to create chances. However, by the 120th minute, the match was known more for the antics of the Jabulani (the infamous ball used in the 2010 World Cup) than for the actual football.

Then suddenly everything changed. He was awarded a free kick from a good position on the right in what would surely be the last chance for the Ghanaians to win the game in extra time. The next six seconds were completely chaotic after John Paintsil put the ball into Uruguay’s box.

Kevin-Prince Boateng flicked the ball past John Mensa’s near post and Uruguay’s defenders scrambled, only for goalkeeper Muslera to bravely punch it out. But Muslera could not make good contact, the ball fell to the feet of Stephen Appiah, who was two feet in front of the goal and the keeper was out of position.

However, Appiah’s blistering strike would not cross the line, hitting the shins of Luis Suárez, who was now standing right in front of the goal as the last line of defense. The ball rolled straight to the head of Dominic Adiyah, who headed it firmly towards the goal.

But the ball escaped comfortably. Not just from the goalkeeper, but also from Luis Suarez who punched the ball away from his hands, which could have resulted in a special goal.

The Ghanaian players erupted in protest as the referee blew his whistle, while the Uruguayan players looked at each other. Suárez was shown a red card for handball and Ghana were awarded a penalty.

Suárez walked off the pitch in tears as Ghana’s talisman, forward Asamoah Gyan, looked set to score with the final kick of the game and grab a golden opportunity to send his country into the World Cup semi-finals. Fans throughout the stadium stood in anticipation as the team representing the hopes of the entire African continent were on the verge of reaching the semi-finals.

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However, the drama didn’t stop here. Star striker Gyan’s – who had already scored two penalties in previous matches in the tournament – smashed the crucial penalty over the crossbar as TV cameras captured Suarez celebrating wildly in the ground.

Suarez, who had looked devastated a moment earlier, historically ran towards the sidelines, celebrating indecisively as the Ghanaian fell to the ground.

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Ghana was going to make history and become the first African nation to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup, instead it turned out Luis Suarez to be the most despised man in Africa.

The game will now go to penalties. And as luck would have it, Ghana missed two penalties, sending Uruguay through to the semi-finals and validating Suarez’s decision to sacrifice himself to give his team a chance.

What did Suarez say before the Ghana match?

Asked about the incident in the build-up to the latest Ghana v Uruguay match, the former Liverpool and Barcelona striker showed little remorse for his actions on that fateful night.

He said: “I took a red card, it was not my fault that the Ghana player missed the penalty.

“You can’t keep thinking about the past or revenge.”

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Ghana vs Uruguay Highlights: Uruguay out despite 2-0 win over Ghana in FIFA World cup 2022


Uruguay were heartbroken despite a 2–0 win over Ghana in their final group match, South Korea were knocked out of the 2022 FIFA World Cup and the round of 16 after losing 2–1 to Portugal in injury time.

South Korea and Uruguay are level in Group H with four points from three matches, but the Asian side won the tournament by scoring more goals (4) than Uruguay (2). Ghana is at the bottom of the group with three points.
It was the first time in two decades that La Celeste had failed to reach the knockout stages.

Ghana, who missed an extra-time spot-kick in the quarter-finals against Uruguay in South Africa 12 years ago, squandered a chance to take the lead in the 21st minute when Andre Ayew’s penalty was easily saved by Sergio Rochet.
Uruguay fought hard for the decisive goal, Ferderico Valverde going close with a volley from outside the area and Maxi Gomex having his shot saved by keeper Lawrence Ati-Zigi two minutes from time.

Uruguay attacked from the start and finally broke the deadlock in the 26th minute when Darwin Nunez’s cross from the right took two defenders and found Luis Suárez, whose low shot went past keeper De Arrascaeta from the nearest range.

Uruguay attack again six minutes later, when Nunez passed the ball to Suárez, who knocked over De Arrascaeta’s pass to volley under the keeper. The goals came minutes after Ghana were awarded a penalty on their first attack of the match, when keeper Sergio Rochet flicked on a Jordan Ayew shot that brought down Mohammed Kudus. Andre Ayew getting past Rochette encouraged Uruguay to double down on their attack.

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Uruguay lacked the same punch when they returned from the break, however, were unable to break down Ghana and increase their goal difference, allowing South Korea to place in top 16.

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South Korea vs Portugal highlights: South Korea reach last 16 with late winner, Portugal top in Group H


Another dramatic day in Qatar as South Korea came from behind to beat Portugal 2-1 to qualify for the Round of 16 of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The drama did not end with a win and Korea’s fate hinged on the result of the second Group H match between Ghana and Uruguay.

After a long wait of almost eight minutes, Korea celebrated again as they made it to the last 16 with Portugal, who finished top of the group despite the defeat. It was a heartbreaking finish for Uruguay, who beat Ghana 2-0 but just missed the knockout rounds.

Portugal finished with six points from three matches, followed by Korea with four. Uruguay also finished with four points in the group stage and, like Korea, have a goal difference of zero, but the Asian side have scored four goals to the South American’s two. Ghana is at the bottom with three points.

Ricardo Horta’s goal gave Portugal the lead inside five minutes, but Korea held their nerve in their do-or-die match and Kim Young-gwon equalized in the 27th minute. With Uruguay already leading 2–0 against Ghana at the half time break, Korea needed a goal to go ahead in the second half. And the winner came late in stoppage time when ‘super sub’ Hwang Hee-chan put Korea ahead of Uruguay in the knockout race.

The Wolverhampton Wanderers forward scored in the 91st minute at the Education City Stadium in Qatar, sending waves of joy and tears among Korean fans.

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FIFA World Cup 2022 : Serbia vs Switzerland, Cameroon vs Brazil Highlights


Serbia vs Switzerland, Cameroon vs Brazil Highlights : Cameroon beat second-placed Brazil 1-0 in their final Group G match at the Lusail Stadium on Friday, but it was not enough as the African team crashed out of the competition.

Cameroon finished third with four points, two behind second-placed Switzerland, who beat Serbia 3–2. Brazil, which had already qualified, topped the goal difference with six points and will take on South Korea in the last 16.

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Cameroon vs Brazil Highlights: Brazil Top Group G Despite 0-1 Loss Against Cameroon


FIFA World Cup 2022 Cameroon vs Brazil Highlights: Brazil Top Group G Despite 0-1 Loss Against Cameroon

Five-time champions Brazil lost to Cameroon in their final group match of the 2022 FIFA World Cup on Saturday. Cameroon became the first African team to beat Brazil at the World Cup, scoring a late winner at the Lusail Stadium to secure a 1–0 win.

Vincent Aboubakar scored in the 92nd minute and was sent off a minute later for taking off his shirt in celebration after receiving a second yellow card. But the result did not change the fortunes of either side.

Brazil, which had already qualified for the last 16 before the game, topped Group G with six points, ahead of Switzerland, who beat Serbia 3–2 on goal difference in the other group game. Cameroon ended their campaign with four points and third place in the group. Serbia is at the bottom with just one point.

The game was dominated by second-placed Brazil, coach Tite made nine changes to his starting line-up, but failed to score despite 21 attempts on goal, seven on goal and 65 percent possession.

In the next round, Brazil will face Group H runners-up South Korea, who beat Portugal 2–1.
Cameron, whose last World Cup win came against Saudi Arabia in 2002, was on the back foot for most of the match but came alive at the death.  Aboubakar overtook Ederson.
The contest, played in a relatively quiet atmosphere at the Lusail Stadium, the tournament’s largest venue, saw Brazil’s reserves eager to impress, but Tite’s team failed to produce their usual form.

Tellis, and replacing Rodrigo and Fred with Everton Ribeiro and Bruno Gomaris. The substitution gave Brazil a sudden stir and Apasi was forced into action three times in as many minutes.

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Serbia vs Switzerland Highlights: Switzerland beat Serbia to enter last 16


Switzerland beat Serbia 3-2 on Friday to enter the knockout rounds of the World Cup for the third consecutive tournament after finishing as runners-up in Group G and setting up a last-16 clash with Portugal.

A fast-paced first half at the Stadion 974 saw Switzerland take the lead through Sherdan Shaqiri but Serbia turned the game on its head with two quick goals in the space of 10 minutes through Aleksandar Mitrovic and Dusan Vilhovic.

Breel Embolo added another twist in an absorbing opening period by drawing Switzerland’s side level just before the break, while Remo Freuler restored their one-goal advantage with a goal three minutes after the restart.

Switzerland fired a warning shot with barely 30 seconds on the clock, as captain Granit Xhaka’s strike was blocked by the Serbian defense before goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic saw Mobolo head-on and also on the rebound. Xhaka denied both.

After that early scare, Serbia enjoyed a spell of pressure, Nikola Milenkovic headed past Dusan Tadic’s corner before Andrija Zivkovic shot from outside the penalty area and rattled the left post with a powerful effort.

In the 20th minute, Ricardo Rodriguez’s  cross was cleared and fell to Djibril Sow, who fired past Shaqiri from the right. The midfielder fired home a strike that took a slight deflection off Strahinja Pavlovic  as it went into the net.

Fulham frontman Mitrovic headed in Tadic’s cross to put Serbia level six minutes later. Tadic rejoined and played the ball in for Vlahovic, who finished the Serbian comeback by curling a low shot past goalkeeper Gregor Kobel.

But Embolo headed home Silvan Widmer’s low cross in the 44th minute and Freuler kept the momentum going by tapping home Syria’s fifth goal as two brilliant moves from the Swiss attack proved to be Serbia’s defeat.

Midway through the second half, Mitrovic went down too easily after a challenge from Fabian Schaer , but his appeal for a penalty was turned down, and the Serbian collapsed onto the pitch in protest of the dugout referee’s decision.

Switzerland are level with Group G winners Brazil on six points but behind because of goal difference. Serbia, who needed a win to give themselves a chance to advance, finished bottom of the group with just one point. Since the breakup of Yugoslavia, they have never progressed beyond the group stage of the World Cup.

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Croatia vs Belgium, Canada vs Morocco Highlights, FIFA World Cup 2022 Highlights


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Canada vs Morocco Match Highlights


Canada vs Morocco: The Atlas Lions roar at the pinnacle
Nigeria was the last African team to top a World Cup group in 1998 in France.

Morocco became the first African team for 24 years to top their World Cup group, beating the previous edition’s runners-up Croatia and second-placed Belgium.

Two first-half goals got the Atlas Lions going but they had to settle for a late goal in a 2-1 win over Canada at the Al Thumama Stadium on Thursday, leaving them struggling for the second half.

Morocco secured seven points, two more than runners-up Croatia, to advance beyond the group stage for the second time, becoming the first African country to do so in 36 years at the 1986 Mexico World Cup. Canada, which is moving out. Their first World Cup winless run since 1986 automatically qualifies them for the 2026 tournament as co-hosts with the United States and Mexico.

Nigeria was the last African team to top a World Cup group in 1998 in France.

Morocco, which needed a win or a draw in their final Group F match to advance to the knockout rounds, took advantage of a poor clearance from goalkeeper Milan Borjan, which fell at the feet of Hakim Ziyech.

Cheered on by a cheering crowd of Moroccan fans, midfielder Zech volleyed the ball past the stranded goalkeeper to open the scoring in the fourth minute.

Borjan was placed in an unenviable position by central defender Steven Vitoria, whose weak back pass forced the goalkeeper to cross the ball past Moroccan forward Youssef En-Nesyri .

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En-Nesyri was dangerous in the first half, doubling Morocco’s lead in the 23rd minute when he ran onto Achraf Hakimi’s long ball and beat Borjan at the near post.

En-Nesyri also volleyed into Canada’s net during stoppage time in the first half, but the goal was ruled offside.

Moroccan defender Nayef Aguerd put Canada on the scoreboard with his own goal in the 40th minute, when Sam Adekugbe’s cross was deflected by his own goalkeeper Yassine Bounou.

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Croatia vs Belgium Match Highlights

Croatia vs Belgium

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Runner up Croatia were awarded a penalty in the knockout stages which was controversially overturned by VAR in the first half. Lukaku’s introduction on the break turned the game, but he was guilty of three horrendous misses as Zlatko Dalić was pounced on to keep his fortune.

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Costa Rica vs Germany, Japan vs Spain FIFA World cup Highlights, Goals


Cots Rica vs Germany, Japan vs Spain: Germany recorded a thrilling 4–2 win over Costa Rica in their final group match, but it was not enough for them to advance, finishing a disappointing third in Group E.

Costa Rica vs Germany, Japan vs Spain FIFA World cup Highlights, Goals


A heartbreaking end for European powerhouse Germany on Friday crashed out of the FIFA World Cup 2022 in the group stage. This was their second consecutive group stage exit after suffering a similar fate in the previous edition in Russia.

Japan qualified for the last 16 stage as group toppers after beating Spain 2-1 in the second match of Group E. Despite the loss, Spain qualified for the next round due to superior goal difference over Germany as both teams finished on four points. Costa Rica were eliminated along with Germany, ending the group stage on three points.

Costa Rica vs Germany Match Highlights

After a shock defeat against Japan in their first opening game, Germany were bottom of the table before kick-off against Costa Rica and needed to be in all order and combination to advance to the knockout stages. But it didn’t happen. Even a draw between Japan and Spain would have been enough for four-time champions Germany, but it was the end of the road for the Asian side as they registered their second upset win.

Germany took an early lead in the 10th minute, kept the race alive and held on to the lead until the half-time break. In the second half, Costa Rica, who were on the run and needed a win, equalized in the 58th minute before taking a surprise lead through keeper Manuel Neuer’s own goal in the 70th minute.

Germany took the lead through two quick goals from substitute Kai Havertz (73rd and 85th minutes). Another substitute, Niclas Fullkrug increased the lead to 4–2 in the 89th minute. But before the end of the match, news of Japan’s resounding victory came to light, leaving both the German players and fans inside the stadium disappointed.

In a night of relentless drama in the desert near Doha, the Germans struck first through Serge Gnabry  in the 10th minute, but the Central Americans scored twice with Yeltsin Tejeda and Juan Pablo Vargas, followed by Kai Havertz scored a goal. Brace held them back.

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Fellow substitute Niklas Fulkerg added a fourth in stoppage time but it did nothing to halt their collapse as Spain progressed with a better goal difference.
It was the first time in their illustrious World Cup history that Germany had failed to win either of their first two group matches and, despite winning at their last attempt, they drew with Qatar.

Japan vs Spain Match Highlights


Japan began their second World Cup upset on Thursday by beating 2010 champions Spain 2-1 to join their beaten rivals in the last 16.

Down 1–0 at half-time and on course for an early exit from the World Cup, Japan coach Hajime Moriyasu reorganized his team to be more attacking and within six minutes the Samurai Blue were ahead.

Ritsu Doan, one of the substitutes, fired a shot from the edge of the box in the 48th minute that Spain goalkeeper Unai Simón – whose poor clearance posed a threat – could not keep out.

Three minutes later, Ao Tanaka scored from close range after second-half sub Kaoru Mitoma cut the ball in from the byline. It took several minutes for the VAR system to confirm that the ball had not gone out of bounds before Mitoma’s touch, prompting Japan and their fans to celebrate when the decision came.

Spain looked in complete control in the first half, but suddenly their chances of staying in the World Cup are in tatters as Costa Rica and Germany play their second Group E match.

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