The quarterfinals of the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar are right around the corner. As we begin to distinguish the pretenders from the contenders, the United States lost to the Netherlands in the round of 16. The entire schedule, including start times and TV information, is available here. As we get ready to see who will take home one of the most prized trophies in sports, there is no better time to make your predictions. There are now only four teams left in the race.
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In terms of narratives, Lionel Messi has already declared that this will be his final World Cup for Argentina, who, despite losing the tournament’s first match to Saudi Arabia, are among the favorites to win it. There is no better way to send farewell to Messi than with a World Cup victory after Argentina wins the Copa America in 2021 to give him his first international championship.
In the quarterfinals, Morocco eliminated Portugal. Although Ronaldo hasn’t declared that this will be his final World Cup, he will be 41 by the time the next tournament arrives. It’s safe to say that Father Time has won.
Without Karim Benzema, Christopher Nkunku, N’Golo Kante, and Paul Pogba, France will try to overcome their injuries and off-the-field turmoil to make a push to defend their title in 2018. However, the French will have great competition from the quality England and Brazil sides for the trophy.
Each of the following groups still has the following teams:
- Group A: All teams have left.
- Group B: All teams have left.
- Argentina is in Group C.
- Division D: France
- group E: no more teams
- Maroc and Croatia are in Group F.
- Group G: No more teams
- Group H: No more teams
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