FIFA World Cup 2022: What the quarter-final line-up is looking like | Football News

Two of the four quarter-finals in the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar have been decided, which leaves two more to be finalised.
The Round of 16 games continue to produce some scintillating football in what has been one of the most open World Cups, perhaps of all time.
Some of the high profile teams like Germany, Belgium, Uruguay and Denmark are playing no part in the Round of 16 after being knocked out of the tournament. But the teams that are still in the fray have enough star power and skills to ensure that that football on display continues to be mesmerising.
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TimesofIndia.com here takes a look at how the Round of 16 stage is shaping up in Qatar and what the quarter-final line-up is looking like right now:
Round of 16 results so far:
– Netherlands beat USA 3-1
– Argentina beat Australia 2-1
– France beat Poland 3-1
– England beat Senegal 3-0
🔥 Kylian Mbappé pulls clear in the race for the Golden Boot with *two* Goal of the Tournament contenders.What a p… https://t.co/XxQGEsZHB9— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) 1670179539000
Round of 16 matches left to play:
– Japan vs Croatia
– Brazil vs South Korea
– Morocco vs Spain
– Portugal vs Switzerland
Cruising to the Quarter-Finals 🔵The reigning champs are looking like they mean business 🔥 https://t.co/bEySE5inJA— FIFA World Cup (@FIFAWorldCup) 1670174207000
What the Quarter-Final line-up is looking like right now:
– December 9, Friday (8:30 PM IST) – TBD vs TBD
– December 10, Saturday (12:30 AM IST) – Netherlands vs Argentina
– December 10, Saturday (8:30 PM IST) – TBD vs TBD
– December 11, Sunday (12:30 AM IST) – England vs France
– December 11, Sunday (8:30 PM IST) – TBD vs TBD
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World Cup titles won by teams still in the fray:
Netherlands – 0 titles
Argentina – 2 titles (1978 & 1986)
France – 2 titles (1998 & 2018)
Brazil – 5 titles (1958, 1962, 1970, 1994, 2002)
Spain – 1 title (2010)
England – 1 title (1966)
Morocco – 0 titles
South Korea – 0 titles
Portugal – 0 titles
Switzerland – 0 titles
Japan – 0 titles
Croatia – 0 titles

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