The group stage of the Qatar World Cup is on its way to the decisive stage. We already know 14 of the 16 teams that will play in the 1/8 finals of the World Cup in Qatar. This group includes Poland, who scored four points in Group C and finished second, just behind Argentina. The team led by Czeslav Michniewicz will play in the knockout stage against France, the winners of Group D. What is the bracket for the next part of the tournament?
Spain gained from defeating Japan? He goes to the part of the arc with Poland and can avoid Brazil
Thursday’s matches brought another World Cup group stage decision. Morocco and Croatia qualified from Group F. It was certainly more interesting in Group E, where Spain lost 1: 2 to Japan (although they were leading 1: 0 after that). Goal Alvaro Morata), and the Germans managed to turn the score around and beat 4: 2 Costa Rica. From Group E Japan (1st place) and Spain (2nd place) advanced
Ironically, Spain’s defeat in the final match of the group stage means that the team led by Luis Enrique go to the lower end of the ladder. Spain will play Morocco in the quarter-finals and then play one of the teams from Group VII or Eight. And there are many indications that Luis Enrique’s men can avoid facing Brazil, who are likely to finish first in Group F. be possible in the final. It is worth noting that the Polish national team is on the same part of the ladder.
If Czeslav Michniewich’s team defeats France in the 1/8 finals, they will play in the quarterfinals with the winner. England match – Senegal. In the second part of the ladder are the Netherlands, Argentina and Croatia. If Poland’s group rivals defeat Australia, they will play in the World Cup semi-finals in Qatar with the winner from the duo of the Netherlands and the United States. It should also be noted that if Brazil wins the conflict in Group G, then it can face Argentina in the semi-finals of the tournament.
Qatar World Cup slide:
- Netherlands – USA,
- Argentina – Australia,
- Japan – Croatia,
- 1G – 2H,
- England – Senegal,
- France – Poland,
- Morocco – Spain,
- 1H – 2G,
- Netherlands/United States – Argentina/Australia,
- Japan / Croatia – 1G / 2H,
- England / Senegal – France / Poland,
- Morocco / Spain – 1H / 2G,
- England / Senegal / France / Poland – Morocco / Spain / 1H / 2G.
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