On Day 4 of the FIFA competition, we’ll be bringing you some thrilling matches from all throughout Qatar.
As of day 3 of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which included the Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia game, where Leo Messi’s team lost to a fantastic Asian team, the tournament is proving to be unexpected. The Green Falcons’ 1-2 victory in the game was widely reported, to the point where the nation proclaimed today a national holiday with no labor required. But now that day 3 is over, we have a tremendous day 4 ahead of us. Germany, Spain, and Croatia are all raring to get started.
Group F matches for the World Cup today (all hours ET): Morocco vs. Croatia (5 a.m.)
A really fascinating game. The Croatian team has undergone changes from the one that competed in the Russian championship. Luka Modric will make his fourth appearance, but he still hopes to leave a lasting impression. However, the Croatian team is not a strong one. We anticipate a very close game.
Youssef En-Nesyri of Sevilla is one to watch, and Achraf Hakimi is the biggest team starter for the African team. On the biggest stage, the PSG right fullback will want to make a big impression.
FuboTV will broadcast Morocco vs. Croatia live (free trial available)
Group E: Germany vs. Japan has a live stream of Morocco vs. Croatia with Spanish commentary available (8 a.m.)
What German team will we witness in this game is undoubtedly the key question. Flick’s team may lose a game to one of Europe’s weakest teams or score eight goals and be a machine. This team failed to get past the group stage the last time, and Germany does not permit this. They must do better, and they will turn to Musiala, the golden kid, to deliver.
The rising sun team and Japan. Is Cubo the main focus? The Asians have always been an extremely disciplined group, often to the point where they lack creativity and refuse to deviate from the plan. Germany should be concerned about how to prevent how the Japanese players will attempt to exploit the spaces they leave on defense since they are quick and very direct.
Spain versus Costa Rica in Group F (11 a.m.)
Luis Enrique, need I say more? Regardless of how you feel about him, this is Lucho’s team. He had little interest in great names. The sole star on this team is him. President Truman would argue that he is the one who makes all decisions and that all responsibility rests with him. The 19-year-old had a fantastic Euro Cup with the Spanish team the previous time around, and La Roja will need the best form of the Barcelona player to lead this team to victory.
Pura Vida is everything to the Ticos, and they’ll make it very difficult for the Spanish team to defeat them. Luis Fernando Suarez is no novice when it comes to Qatar World Cup matches; the Costa Rican coach went here eight years ago with Ecuador and is competitive.
Belgium versus. Canada in Group E Japan (2 p.m.)
Excellent fit. The Belgium team that competed in Russia’s semifinals is not the same one today. The team has undergone very little, if any, remodeling and is four years older. Toby Alderweireld and Vertonghen make up their defensive line, which is on average 34 years old. With the Canadian speed, they might suffer.
The biggest danger to the European squad will come from Bayern’s left fullback, who is in excellent form