Sha’Carri Richardson wins 100m in Doha Diamond League

Sha’Carri Richardson clocked 10.76 seconds in the 100m at the prestigious Doha Diamond League on Friday. Richardson has become the fastest woman in the world this year.

 

 

Sha’Carri Richardson wins 100m in Doha Diamond League

 

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Sha’Carri Richardson is again one of the fastest women in the world.

Richardson clocked 10.76 seconds in the prestigious Doha Diamond League on Friday.

Which has been achieved by a woman in running the fastest time in the world this year.

Richardson earned the first place, marking the biggest international win.

“I’ve found my calmness back on track. I won’t let anything take it from me,” Richardson said via NBC Sports.

The race field at the Doha Diamond League included four American women.

This included Melissa Jefferson, the 2022 US champion in the 100m. He finished seventh.

Champion Richardson was followed by Sherica Jackson of Jamaica and Britain’s Dina Asher-Smith in third place.

In addition, both Jackson and Asher-Smith are recent 200m world champions.

Richardson has made a comeback after two years, she said in an interview before Doha that I am not coming back, I am doing it better.

The 2024 Paris Olympics is a little over a year away and we will see Richardson in Paris. Before that, she will focus on the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships in July. The only way for Richardson to qualify for the 100m at the World Championships in August is to finish in the top three.

FIFA U-20 World Cup: – Group, Cities, Schedule

FIFA U-20 World Cup: – Group, Cities, Schedule

 

FIFA U-20 World Cup match schedule confirmed for tournament in Argentina.

FIFA U-20 World Cup: – Presented by Samantha Johnson and Conducted by FIFA Director of Tournaments Jaime Yarza.

 

 

 

Group A

  1. Argentina
  2. Uzbekistan
  3. Guatemala
  4. New Zealand

Group B

  1. USA
  2. Ecuador
  3. Fiji
  4. Slovakia

Group C

  1. Senegal
  2. Japan
  3. Israel
  4. Colombia

Group D

  1. Italy
  2. Brazil
  3. Nigeria
  4. Dominican Republic

Group E

  1. Uruguay
  2. Iraq
  3. England
  4. Tunisia

Group F

  1. France
  2. Korea Republic
  3. The Gambia
  4. Honduras

FIFA U-20 World Cup 2023 four cities Stadium: La Plata, Mendoza, San Juan and Santiago del Estero.

29 May Open Tournament four matches on open day in San Juan and Santiago del Estero, including hosts Argentina taking on Uzbekistan in Santiago del Estero Stadium.

Both cities FIFA U-20 World Cup will also play host to the quarter-finals, while La Plata Stadium will host the semi-finals, play-off for third place and the final match.

FIFA U-20 World Cup Argentina Date 2023

20 May to 11 June

Florida Atlantic defeats Kansas State to advance to the school’s first Final Four

Florida Atlantic defeated Kansas State on Saturday to advance to the school’s first Final Four. Atlantic defeated Kansas State 79–76 in the Elite Eight.  Florida Atlantic defeats Kansas State to advance to the school’s first Final Four.

 

 

Florida Atlantic defeats Kansas State to advance to the school’s first Final Four

 

No. 9 seed Florida Atlantic defeated No. 3 seed Kansas State on Saturday to advance to the school’s first Final Four.

Atlantic defeated Kansas State 79–76 in the Elite Eight.

Both teams Florida Atlantic and Kansas State got off to a hot start,

Team Owl’s big man Vladislav Goldin didn’t make the trading basket to take a 20-18 lead. The Owls would go into the only half time with a 42–38 lead.

Florida Atlantic players celebrate after defeating Kansas State 79-76 – Adam Hunger / AP

The Wildcats rallied in the second half behind star guard Marquis Nowell’s shooting and playmaking abilities.

The Kansas State team led before five, yet the Owls came back in the game.

The Owls took the lead with just over six minutes to play, chasing Alijah Martin’s 17 points.

Owls guard Michael Forrest dropped a clutch free throw to seal the win.

Goldin finished with 14 points and 13 rebounds.

Florida Atlantic coach Dusty May special speech, along with his team, told the TBS broadcast how Atlantic’s team worked together to create something “special”.

Brandon Weatherspoon #23 of Florida Atlantic celebrates a three-pointer in the second half against Kansas State.

Nowell scored 30 points, 12 assists and five steals in the loss, playing opposite his brother at Madison Square Garden. The 23-year-old easily broke the men’s NCAA tournament record in the team’s Sweet Sixteen win over Michigan State after matching 19 assists.

Florida Atlantic became the second No. 9 seed to make its Final Four appearance in 2013, joining Wichita State. The Owls are also the first program since George Mason in 2006 to make zero Final Four appearances in the men’s NCAA tournament in the same year.

FIFA expands format for 2026 World Cup Includes 12 Groups, 4 team Groups, 104 Games

FIFA has shared a picture on its Instagram. In which FIFA World Cup trophy is visible, it is written in that picture. For the first time, the FIFA World Cup will have 12 groups of four with 48 teams. The top two and eight best third-placed teams advance to the Round of 32. FIFA expands format for 2026 World Cup Includes 12 Groups, 4 team Groups, 104 Games

 

 

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  1. FIFA extends 2026 world Cup to 48 Group to Component 12 Gatherings and Cycle 12
  2. FIFA supports 2026 World Cup Configuration with record 104 Matches
  3. FIFA world Cup 2026 played 48 games because of extended design with 48 groups participating.
  4. FIFA World Cup with 48 groups to include 12 gatherings of four played.
  5. top two and eight best third-put groups advancing to a Series of 32.
  6. FIFA broadened 48 group competitions will run for 38 or 39 days.
  7. Worldwide Soccer administering body FIFA said on Tuesday Congress in Kigali, Rwanda.
  8. FIFA World Cup 2026 release will be co-facilitated by US, Canada and Mexico.
  9. FIFA World Cup 2026 first release of the quadrennial competition where 48 Group are Partaking.
  10. FIFA World Cup Last to be played on Sunday, 19 July 2026.

 

FIFA expands format for 2026 World Cup Includes 12 Groups, 4 team Groups, 104 Games

 

FIFA World Cup 2026 New Format four teams in a Group after a proposal for 16 Groups od three was shot down over fears of collusion in the final group game. FIFA New Edition Number of groups will increase from eight to 12.

FIFA has shared a picture on its Instagram. In which FIFA World Cup trophy is visible, it is written in that picture. For the first time, the FIFA World Cup will have 12 groups of four with 48 teams. The top two and eight best third-placed teams advance to the Round of 32. FIFA World Cup final Sunday, 19 July 2026.

Instagram captioned his post in which he wrote We now know when the @fifaworldcup 2026 final will take place as well as the format for the first-ever 48 team editions tournament approved at FIFA Council meeting in Kigali.     

FIFA World 2026 edition had a total 80 matches but decision to increase the number of games 104 was approved by FIFA’s council at a meeting on Tuesday.

Tow two teams from each group advance to the last 16 but the world up 2026 edition will also have the best third-place teams moving in the knockout round if 32.  

FIFA world Cup 32 -team in Qatar last year had a total of 64 matches completed in 29 days. World cup Mexico (1986) and United States (1994) hosted a World Cup, there were only 24 teams.

FIFA World Cup tournament has had 32 teams since 1998 edition, with eight groups of four and finalists playing seven games each. But New Edition team reaching the summit clash in 2026 will now play eight matches in total.

 

Mikaela Shiffrin’s claims 86th World Cup win

Mikaela Shiffrin’s claims 86th World Cup win

Shiffrin claims 86th Cup victory  

Shiffrin won the 86th World Cup race of his career on Friday in Aarey, Sweden.

Tied Swedish skier Ingmar Stenmark for the most wins by a male or female alpine skier in history.

Steinmark achieved this feat in 1989 at the age of 32.

Shiffrin needed less than 12 years in his professional career,

While Steinmark took a little over 15 years.

The great Mikaela Shiffrin won her 86th career race to equal Ingmar Stenmark’s all-time record.

Shiffrin has won a total of six giant slalom races so far this season, Shiffrin’s fifth overall World Cup title and slalom title.

Shiffrin’s Friday win was her fourth straight wire-to-wire win in World Cup giant slaloms since January

Shiffrin already broke Lindsey Vonn’s all-time women’s Alpine World Cup wins in January and later broke individual World Championships medals in February.

Darvin Ham provides update on LeBron James’ ankle injury

Darvin Ham provides big update on LeBron James’ ankle injury

 

 

The Los Angeles Lakers might be in a superior situation right now.

They are six games underneath .500, cultivated thirteenth in the Western Meeting,

Their whiz LeBron James might miss for some time.

Broke the NBA’s unsurpassed scoring record on Tuesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

James will miss his subsequent straight game, this time against the Brilliant State Champions on Saturday night.

As indicated by a NBA insider, Chris Haynes detailed that the 38-year-old is fighting a foot injury.

Chris Haynes also revealed that he has been struggling with a foot problem for the past few weeks.

When it bothered him the night, he broke the record.

LA must step up if they want a chance to make it into the play-in tournament.

The NBA’s all-time leading scorer has been dominant in his 20th season in the league.

James averaged 30.2 points, 8.5 rebounds and 7.0 assists per game.

while shooting 50.8% from the field and 31.5% from three in 44 games.

Anthony Davis should play like a superstar.

Most importantly, the Lakers must avoid more serious injuries to their core players.

The new-look Lakers with D’Angelo Russell, Jared Vanderbilt, Malik Beasley and Mo Bamba do their best to try and stay away.

He may miss an extended period of LeBron time.

Lionel Messi shortlisted for FIFA’s The Best Male Player Award

Soccer’s reality overseeing body made the declaration on Friday. Argentine forward Lionel Messi has been named on the waitlist for the FIFA Best Male Player award.Lionel Messi shortlisted for FIFA’s The Best Male Player Grant

 

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  1. Argentina advances Lionel Messi is on the Waitlist for the FIFA Best Male Player Grant
  2. Soccer’s reality administering body made the declaration on Friday.
  3. Argentina advances Lionel Messi named in waitlist for FIFA best male player grant
  4. Likewise included are Paris Holy person Germain partner Kylian Mbappe and Genuine Madrid striker Karim Benzema.
  5. Argentina beat France in the last in Qatar last year
  6. Lionel Messi won the Brilliant Ball for the subsequent time in the wake of scoring seven objectives in the competition.
  7. France’s genius World Cup Brilliant Boot champ Mbappe’s name came up.
  8. Aside from this, France’s 2022 Ballon d’Or victor Benzema has joined the three finalists interestingly.

Lionel Messi shortlisted for FIFA’s The Best Male Player Award 2023 

 

Soccer’s reality overseeing body made the declaration on Friday. This year in 2023 the names of the Football World Honors have been picked.

Argentine forward Lionel Messi has been named on the waitlist for the FIFA Best Male Player grant. It seems as though Messi might actually own this honor.

Likewise in participation are Paris Holy person Germain partner Kylian Mbappe and Genuine Madrid striker Karim Benzema. Aside from Messi, there are two different players whose names have come in the rundown of grants. However, the name of Ronaldo, who is known as the frantic lord of football, has not come since he needed to sit out of the group because of extremely terrible showing in FIFA 2022. Ronaldo’s initial match was awesome.

Argentina had crushed France in the last in Qatar the earlier year. Argentina crushed France in a punishment shoot-out as the scores were level.

Lionel Messi won the Brilliant Ball for the subsequent time in the wake of scoring seven objectives in the competition. Messi was the main shadow in the whole World Cup.

France’s genius World Cup Brilliant Boot victor Mbappe’s name came up. Mbappe had nearly dominated the game alone yet needed to confront rout because of absence of help from other cooperative individuals.

Aside from this, France’s 2022 Ballon d’Or victor Benzema has joined the three finalists interestingly.

The honor champs will be reported during a function in Paris on 27 February.

Qatar 1-3 Senegal highlights FIFA World Cup 2022

Senegal beat Qatar by 3-1, What a Comback Senegal first Match Lose and Second match wins, Qatar 1-3 Senegal highlights FIFA World Cup 2022

 

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Qatar 1-3 Senegal highlights FIFA World Cup 2022

 

Qatar vs Senegal FIFA World Cup 2022 highlights

Qatar vs Senegal FIFA World Cup 2022 AI Thumama Stadium

Qatar 1 – 3 Senegal, Senegal 3 goal and wins match

Qatar vs Senegal FIFA World Cup 2022 Group Stage Group A

Qatar star player Mohammed Muntari one goal

Senegal star player Bouaye Dia, Famara Dedhiou, Bamba Dieng 1-1 Goal

Qatar shots 10 time and Senegal shorts 13 time

Qatar yellow cards 3 and Senegal yellow cards 3

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Group stage

Sunday, November 20

Group A: Qatar vs Ecuador (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Qatar 0 – 2 Ecuador, Ecuador wins game 2 goals   

Monday, November 21

Group B: England vs Iran (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

England 6 – 2 Iran, England wins

Group A: Senegal vs Netherlands (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Senegal 0 – 2 Netherlands, Netherlands wins game

Group B: USA vs Wales (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

USA 1 – 1 Wales, Equal game tie

Tuesday, November 22

Group C: Argentina vs Saudi Arabia (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Argentina 1 – 2 Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia wins game

Group D: Denmark vs Tunisia (Education City Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Mexico 0 – 0 Poland, this game is draw

Group C: Mexico vs Poland (Stadium 974, kick-off 7pm)

Mexico 0 – 0 Poland, this game is draw

Group D: France vs Australia (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

France 4 – 1 Australia, France beat Australia 4 goal

Wednesday, November 23

Group F: Morocco vs Croatia (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Morocco 0 -0 Croatia end in draw

Group E: Germany vs Japan (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Germany 1 – 2 Japan, Japan beat Germany 2 goal

Group E: Spain vs Costa Rica (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Spain 7 – 0 Costa Rica, Spain beat Costa Rica by 7 goal

Group F: Belgium vs Canada (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Belgium 1 – 0 Canada, Belgium bead canada1 goal

Thursday, November 24

Group G: Switzerland vs Cameroon (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Switzerland 1 -0 Cameroon, Switzerland wins only one goal

Group H: Uruguay vs South Korea (Education City Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Uruguay 0 – 0 South Korea game end in Draw

Group H: Portugal vs Ghana (Stadium 974, kick-off 7pm)

Portugal 3 – 2 Ghana, Portugal beat 3 -2 Ghana

Group G: Brazil vs Serbia (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Brazil 2-0 Serbia, Brazil win first match

Friday, November 25

Group B: Wales vs Iran (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Wales 0- 2 Iran, Iran beat 2-0 Wales

Group A: Qatar vs Senegal (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Qatar 1-3 Senegal, Senegal beat Qatar by 3-1 

Group A: Netherlands vs Ecuador (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Netherlands 1-1 Ecuador , This match score 1-1 tie 

Group B: England vs USA (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

England 0-0 USA, Equal Socre Draw match 

Saturday, November 26

Group C: Tunisia vs Australia (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Tunisia 0 -1 Australia, Australia beat Tunisia by 1-0 

Group C: Poland vs Saudi Arabia (Education City Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Group D: France vs Denmark (Stadium 974, kick-off 7pm)

Group C: Argentina vs Mexico (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Sunday, November 27

Group E: Japan vs Costa Rica (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Group F: Belgium vs Morocco (Al Thumama Stadium kick-off, 4pm)

Group F: Croatia vs Canada (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Group E: Spain vs Germany (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Monday, November 28

Group G: Cameroon vs Serbia (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Group G: South Korea vs Ghana (Education City Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Group H: Brazil vs Switzerland (Stadium 974, kick-off 7pm)

Group H: Portugal vs Uruguay (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Tuesday, November 29

Group A: Netherlands vs Qatar (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group A: Ecuador vs Senegal (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group B: Wales vs England (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Group B: Iran vs USA (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 10pm)  

Wednesday, November 30

Group D: Australia vs Denmark (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group D: Tunisia vs France (Education City Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group C: Poland vs Argentina (Stadium 974, kick-off 10pm)

Group C: Saudi Arabia vs Mexico (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Thursday, December 1

Group F: Croatia vs Belgium (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group F: Canada vs Morocco (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group E: Costa Rica vs Germany (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Group E: Japan vs Spain (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Friday, December 2

Group G: South Korea vs Portugal (Education City Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group G: Ghana vs Uruguay (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group H: Serbia vs Switzerland (Stadium 974, 1 kick-off 0pm)

Group H: Cameroon vs Brazil (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Round of 16

Saturday, December 3

Game 49 – Winners of Group A vs Runners-up of Group B (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 50 – Winners of Group C vs Runners-up of Group D (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Sunday, December 4

Game 52 – Winners of Group D vs Runners-up of Group C (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 51 – Winners of Group B vs Runners-up of Group A (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Monday, December 5

Game 53 – Winners of Group E vs Runners-up of Group F (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 54 – Winners of Group G vs Runners-up of Group H (Stadium 974, kick-off 10pm)

Tuesday, December 6

Game 55 – Winners of Group F vs Runners-up of Group E (Education City Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 56 – Winners of Group H vs Runners-up of Group G (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Quarter-finals

Friday, December 9

Game 58 – Winners of 53 vs Winners of 54 (Education City Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 57 – Winners of 49 vs Winners of 50 (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Saturday, December 10

Game 59 – Winners of 55 vs Winners of 56 (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 60 – Winners of 51 vs Winners of 52 (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Semi-finals

Tuesday, December 13

Game 61 – Winners of 57 vs Winners of 58 (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Wednesday, December 14

Game 62 – Winners of 59 vs Winners of 60 (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Third place playoff

Saturday, December 17

(Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

 

FIFA World Cup 2022  Final

Sunday, December 18

(Lusail Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

FIFA World Cup 2022 Highlights Iran beat Wales by 2-0  

Iran first match lose but what a comeback game 2-0-win, FIFA World Cup 2022 Highlights Iran beat Wales by 2-0  

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FIFA World Cup 2022 Highlights Iran beat Wales by 2-0 

 

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Wales vs Iran FIFA World Cup 2022 Ahmed bin Ali Stadium

Wales 0 – 2 Iran, Iran beat Wales by 2-0

Wales vs Iran scores 0 – 2, One Side game Iran won first match

Wales Star player Rouzbeh Cheshmi and Ramin Rezaeian 1-1 goal

Iran first match lose but what a comeback game 2-0 win  

Wales vs Iran FIFA World Cup 2022 Group Stage Group B   

Wales shots 10 time and Iran shorts 21 time

Wales 1 yellow card and Iran yellow card 2

Iran player Red cards Wayne Hennessey

FIFA World Cup 2022 streaming channels   

UK: – Broadcast BBC and ITV, Live Stream BBC iPlayer, BBC News and BBC Sport.

France: – Broadcast Yle and beLN Sports, Live Stream beIN Sports app.

Germany: – Broadcast ARD, ZDF and Deutesch

Spain: – Broadcast RTVE and Live streaming RTVE app

Italy: – Broadcast RAI 1 and live streamed RAI’s website and app

Netherland and Belgium: -Belgium fans watch Broadcast VRT and Netherland fans watch Broadcast NOS

Portugal: – Broadcast RTP and live streamed RTP

FIFA World Cup 2022 Broadcast Live across FOX Sports (FOX and FS1) English Language

FIFA World Cup 2022 Live stream: Peacock, Fubo, SlingTV and Vidgo.

 

2022 fifa world cup groups table

Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands

Group B: England, Iran, USA, Wales

Group C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland

Group D: France, Australia, Denmark, Tunisia

Group E: Spain, Costa Rica, Germany, Japan

Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia

Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon

Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Group stage

 

Sunday, November 20

Group A: Qatar vs Ecuador (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Qatar 0 – 2 Ecuador, Ecuador wins game 2 goals   

Monday, November 21

Group B: England vs Iran (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

England 6 – 2 Iran, England wins

Group A: Senegal vs Netherlands (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Senegal 0 – 2 Netherlands, Netherlands wins game

Group B: USA vs Wales (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

USA 1 – 1 Wales, Equal game tie

Tuesday, November 22

Group C: Argentina vs Saudi Arabia (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Argentina 1 – 2 Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia wins game

Group D: Denmark vs Tunisia (Education City Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Denmark 0 – 0 Tunisia , this game is draw

Group C: Mexico vs Poland (Stadium 974, kick-off 7pm)

Mexico 0 – 0 Poland, this game is draw

Group D: France vs Australia (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

France 4 – 1 Australia, France beat Australia 4 goal

Wednesday, November 23

Group F: Morocco vs Croatia (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Morocco 0 -0 Croatia end in draw

Group E: Germany vs Japan (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Germany 1 – 2 Japan, Japan beat Germany 2 goal

Group E: Spain vs Costa Rica (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Spain 7 – 0 Costa Rica, Spain beat Costa Rica by 7 goal

Group F: Belgium vs Canada (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Belgium 1 – 0 Canada, Belgium bead canada1 goal

Thursday, November 24

Group G: Switzerland vs Cameroon (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Switzerland 1 -0 Cameroon, Switzerland wins only one goal

Group H: Uruguay vs South Korea (Education City Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Uruguay 0 – 0 South Korea game end in Draw

Group H: Portugal vs Ghana (Stadium 974, kick-off 7pm)

Portugal 3 – 2 Ghana, Portugal beat 3 -2 Ghana

Group G: Brazil vs Serbia (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Brazil 2-0 Serbia, Brazil win first match

Friday, November 25

Group B: Wales vs Iran (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Wales 0- 2 Iran, Iran beat 2-0 Wales

Group A: Qatar vs Senegal (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Group A: Netherlands vs Ecuador (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Group B: England vs USA (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Saturday, November 26

Group C: Tunisia vs Australia (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Group C: Poland vs Saudi Arabia (Education City Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Group D: France vs Denmark (Stadium 974, kick-off 7pm)

Group C: Argentina vs Mexico (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Sunday, November 27

Group E: Japan vs Costa Rica (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Group F: Belgium vs Morocco (Al Thumama Stadium kick-off, 4pm)

Group F: Croatia vs Canada (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Group E: Spain vs Germany (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Monday, November 28

Group G: Cameroon vs Serbia (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Group G: South Korea vs Ghana (Education City Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Group H: Brazil vs Switzerland (Stadium 974, kick-off 7pm)

Group H: Portugal vs Uruguay (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Tuesday, November 29

Group A: Netherlands vs Qatar (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group A: Ecuador vs Senegal (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group B: Wales vs England (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Group B: Iran vs USA (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 10pm)  

Wednesday, November 30

Group D: Australia vs Denmark (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group D: Tunisia vs France (Education City Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group C: Poland vs Argentina (Stadium 974, kick-off 10pm)

Group C: Saudi Arabia vs Mexico (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Thursday, December 1

Group F: Croatia vs Belgium (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group F: Canada vs Morocco (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group E: Costa Rica vs Germany (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Group E: Japan vs Spain (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Friday, December 2

Group G: South Korea vs Portugal (Education City Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group G: Ghana vs Uruguay (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group H: Serbia vs Switzerland (Stadium 974, 1 kick-off 0pm)

Group H: Cameroon vs Brazil (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Round of 16

Saturday, December 3

Game 49 – Winners of Group A vs Runners-up of Group B (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 50 – Winners of Group C vs Runners-up of Group D (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Sunday, December 4

Game 52 – Winners of Group D vs Runners-up of Group C (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 51 – Winners of Group B vs Runners-up of Group A (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Monday, December 5

Game 53 – Winners of Group E vs Runners-up of Group F (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 54 – Winners of Group G vs Runners-up of Group H (Stadium 974, kick-off 10pm)

Tuesday, December 6

Game 55 – Winners of Group F vs Runners-up of Group E (Education City Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 56 – Winners of Group H vs Runners-up of Group G (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Quarter-finals

Friday, December 9

Game 58 – Winners of 53 vs Winners of 54 (Education City Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 57 – Winners of 49 vs Winners of 50 (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Saturday, December 10

Game 59 – Winners of 55 vs Winners of 56 (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 60 – Winners of 51 vs Winners of 52 (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Semi-finals

Tuesday, December 13

Game 61 – Winners of 57 vs Winners of 58 (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Wednesday, December 14

Game 62 – Winners of 59 vs Winners of 60 (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Third place playoff

Saturday, December 17

(Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

 

FIFA World Cup 2022  Final

Sunday, December 18

(Lusail Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Brazil beat Serbia by 2 – 0 goal FIFA World Cup 2022 highlights 

Brazil amazing staring game 2 goal and win match, Brazil beat Serbia by 2 – 0 goal, Brazil beat Serbia by 2 – 0 goal FIFA World Cup 2022 highlights 

 

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Brazil beat Serbia by 2 – 0 goal FIFA World Cup 2022 highlights 

 

Brazil vs Serbia FIFA World Cup 2022 highlights

Brazil vs Serbia FIFA World Cup 2022 Lusail Stadium  

Brazil vs Serbia scores 2 – 0, Brazil wins 2 goal

Brazil 2 – 0 Serbia, Brazil beat Serbia first match 

Brazil Star player Richarlison 2 goal and win the match

Brazil vs Serbia FIFA World Cup 2022 Group Stage Group G

Brazil shots 22 time and Serbia shorts 5 time

Brazil 0 yellow card and Serbia yellow card 3  

                                                                                     

FIFA World Cup 2022 streaming channels   

UK: – Broadcast BBC and ITV, Live Stream BBC iPlayer, BBC News and BBC Sport.

France: – Broadcast Yle and beLN Sports, Live Stream beIN Sports app.

Germany: – Broadcast ARD, ZDF and Deutesch

Spain: – Broadcast RTVE and Live streaming RTVE app

Italy: – Broadcast RAI 1 and live streamed RAI’s website and app

Netherland and Belgium: -Belgium fans watch Broadcast VRT and Netherland fans watch Broadcast NOS

Portugal: – Broadcast RTP and live streamed RTP

FIFA World Cup 2022 Broadcast Live across FOX Sports (FOX and FS1) English Language

FIFA World Cup 2022 Live stream: Peacock, Fubo, SlingTV and Vidgo.

 

2022 fifa world cup groups table

Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands

Group B: England, Iran, USA, Wales

Group C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland

Group D: France, Australia, Denmark, Tunisia

Group E: Spain, Costa Rica, Germany, Japan

Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia

Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon

Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea

 

FIFA World Cup 2022 Group stage

Sunday, November 20

Group A: Qatar vs Ecuador (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Qatar 0 – 2 Ecuador, Ecuador wins game 2 goals   

Monday, November 21

Group B: England vs Iran (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

England 6 – 2 Iran, England wins

Group A: Senegal vs Netherlands (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Senegal 0 – 2 Netherlands, Netherlands wins game

Group B: USA vs Wales (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

USA 1 – 1 Wales, Equal game tie

Tuesday, November 22

Group C: Argentina vs Saudi Arabia (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Argentina 1 – 2 Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia wins game

Group D: Denmark vs Tunisia (Education City Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Mexico 0 – 0 Poland, this game is draw

Group C: Mexico vs Poland (Stadium 974, kick-off 7pm)

Mexico 0 – 0 Poland, this game is draw

Group D: France vs Australia (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

France 4 – 1 Australia, France beat Australia 4 goal

Wednesday, November 23

Group F: Morocco vs Croatia (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Morocco 0 -0 Croatia end in draw

Group E: Germany vs Japan (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Germany 1 – 2 Japan, Japan beat Germany 2 goal

Group E: Spain vs Costa Rica (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Spain 7 – 0 Costa Rica, Spain beat Costa Rica by 7 goal

Group F: Belgium vs Canada (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Belgium 1 – 0 Canada, Belgium bead canada1 goal

Thursday, November 24

Group G: Switzerland vs Cameroon (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Switzerland 1 -0 Cameroon, Switzerland wins only one goal

Group H: Uruguay vs South Korea (Education City Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Uruguay 0 – 0 South Korea game end in Draw

Group H: Portugal vs Ghana (Stadium 974, kick-off 7pm)

Portugal 3 – 2 Ghana, Portugal beat 3 -2 Ghana

Group G: Brazil vs Serbia (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Brazil 2-0 Serbia, Brazil win first match

Friday, November 25

Group B: Wales vs Iran (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Group A: Qatar vs Senegal (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Group A: Netherlands vs Ecuador (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Group B: England vs USA (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Saturday, November 26

Group C: Tunisia vs Australia (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Group C: Poland vs Saudi Arabia (Education City Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Group D: France vs Denmark (Stadium 974, kick-off 7pm)

Group C: Argentina vs Mexico (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Sunday, November 27

Group E: Japan vs Costa Rica (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Group F: Belgium vs Morocco (Al Thumama Stadium kick-off, 4pm)

Group F: Croatia vs Canada (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 7pm)

Group E: Spain vs Germany (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Monday, November 28

Group G: Cameroon vs Serbia (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 1pm)

Group G: South Korea vs Ghana (Education City Stadium, kick-off 4pm)

Group H: Brazil vs Switzerland (Stadium 974, kick-off 7pm)

Group H: Portugal vs Uruguay (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Tuesday, November 29

Group A: Netherlands vs Qatar (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group A: Ecuador vs Senegal (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group B: Wales vs England (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Group B: Iran vs USA (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 10pm)  

Wednesday, November 30

Group D: Australia vs Denmark (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group D: Tunisia vs France (Education City Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group C: Poland vs Argentina (Stadium 974, kick-off 10pm)

Group C: Saudi Arabia vs Mexico (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Thursday, December 1

Group F: Croatia vs Belgium (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group F: Canada vs Morocco (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group E: Costa Rica vs Germany (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Group E: Japan vs Spain (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Friday, December 2

Group G: South Korea vs Portugal (Education City Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group G: Ghana vs Uruguay (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Group H: Serbia vs Switzerland (Stadium 974, 1 kick-off 0pm)

Group H: Cameroon vs Brazil (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

FIFA World Cup 2022 Round of 16

Saturday, December 3

Game 49 – Winners of Group A vs Runners-up of Group B (Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 50 – Winners of Group C vs Runners-up of Group D (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Sunday, December 4

Game 52 – Winners of Group D vs Runners-up of Group C (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 51 – Winners of Group B vs Runners-up of Group A (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Monday, December 5

Game 53 – Winners of Group E vs Runners-up of Group F (Al Janoub Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 54 – Winners of Group G vs Runners-up of Group H (Stadium 974, kick-off 10pm)

Tuesday, December 6

Game 55 – Winners of Group F vs Runners-up of Group E (Education City Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 56 – Winners of Group H vs Runners-up of Group G (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

FIFA World Cup 2022 Quarter-finals

Friday, December 9

Game 58 – Winners of 53 vs Winners of 54 (Education City Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 57 – Winners of 49 vs Winners of 50 (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Saturday, December 10

Game 59 – Winners of 55 vs Winners of 56 (Al Thumama Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

Game 60 – Winners of 51 vs Winners of 52 (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

FIFA World Cup 2022 Semi-finals

Tuesday, December 13

Game 61 – Winners of 57 vs Winners of 58 (Lusail Iconic Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

Wednesday, December 14

Game 62 – Winners of 59 vs Winners of 60 (Al Bayt Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

FIFA World Cup 2022 Third place playoff

Saturday, December 17

(Khalifa International Stadium, kick-off 10pm)

FIFA World Cup 2022  Final

Sunday, December 18

(Lusail Stadium, kick-off 6pm)

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