Brazil’s shock 0-1 defeat by Cameroon and Switzerland’s 3-2 victory in a decisive battle against Serbia – these Group G encounters made the group stage history of the World Cup. Now is the time to get serious.
When and when will the 1/8 World Cup finals matches be?
The best players in the world don’t even get a day off. The group stage ends on Friday and the knockout stage begins on Saturday. It is worth noting that the eight matches of the 1/8 final will be held over four days, with two matches every day at 16:00 and 20:00, respectively.
For the Polish fans, of course, the meeting of our team with France will be the most important. It will take place on Sunday and will be the opening match of the second day of the knockout stage.
The best-of-16 matches will end on Tuesday before the World Cup returns in the quarter-finals on Friday and Saturday. The last week of the tournament is the semi-finals on Tuesday and Wednesday, the Saturday match for third place and the most important final match that will take place on Sunday 18 December.
Bidding and knockout matches for the World Cup in Qatar:
Saturday 3rd December
Round of 16: Netherlands – USA (16.00)
Round of 16: Argentina – Australia (20.00)
Sunday, December 4th
Round of 16: France – Poland (16.00)
Round of 16: England-Senegal (20.00)
Monday, December 5th
Round of 16: Japan-Croatia (4 pm)
Round of 16: Brazil – South Korea (20.00)
Tuesday, December 6th
Round of 16: Morocco-Spain (4 pm)
Round of 16: Portugal – Switzerland (20.00)
Friday, December 9th
Round of 16 (I): Japan / Croatia – Brazil / South Korea (16.00)
Round of 16 (II): Netherlands/USA-Argentina/Australia (20.00)
Saturday 10th December
Round of 16: Morocco / Spain – Portugal / Switzerland (4 pm).
Round of 16 (IV): England / Senegal – France / Poland (20.00)
Tuesday, December 13th
Semi-finals: 1st winner – 2nd winner (20.00)
Wed 14 Dec
Semi-finals: 3rd winner – 4th winner (20.00)
Third place match
Saturday 17 December (16.00)
Sunday 18 December (16.00)
– PopBase (PopBase) December 2, 2022
Results of the group stage of the World Cup in Qatar:
Teams that advanced to the quarter-finals:
Netherlands, Senegal, England, USA, Argentina, Poland, France, Australia, Japan, Spain, Morocco, Croatia, Brazil, Switzerland, Portugal, South Korea
Ecuador, Qatar, Iran, Wales, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, Denmark, Germany, Costa Rica, Belgium, Canada, Cameroon, Serbia, Uruguay, Ghana.
Source: PAP / eurosport.pl
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