Morocco shock Ronaldo’s Portugal to set up World Cup history
The quarter-finals of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar came to an end. The competition for four games was ups and downs. The favorite Brazil scored an advanced goal in overtime and was still equalized. In the end, they lost to Croatia in a penalty shootout.
Team Argentina, which once led 2-0, although Netherlands scored two goals in a row and dragged into a penalty shootout, but they refused to repeat the “Brazilian” tragedy and narrowly won 4-3 to advance to the semi-finals.
In the bottom half of the draw, Morocco, which upset Spain in the previous round, continued their journey as a dark horse. They scored first before the end of the first half and stubbornly kept the score 1-0 until the end, defeating again with an upset overwhelmed the powerful Portugal and became the first African team in history to break into the semi-finals of the World Cup.
In the much-anticipated battle between England and France, the French team opened the scoring in the 17th minute by Tchouameni. Kane equalized the score in the second half with a penalty kick. Giroud scored in the 78th minute to give France the lead again. Kane, who got the second penalty chance, kicked the ball away. In the end, the French team made a thrilling advance with a score of 2-1.
The Qatar World Cup semi-finals will start on December 13. The 2014 World Cup runner-up Argentina and the 2018 World Cup runner-up Croatia will take the court. The 35-year-old Messi and the 37-year-old Modric will have a head-to-head confrontation; Morocco, the hope of Africa, will challenge the mighty defending champion France team and hit the tickets for the World Cup finals.
The suspense of who can ascend to the top of the king in Qatar is about to be revealed. Uganda national Broadcaster, UBC TV (channel 201 on antenna decoder / 447 on satellite decoder on StarTimes and StarTimes ON App) will bring the whole live broadcast of all the remaining games. As the largest digital TV operator in Africa, StarTimes aims to bring the live broadcast of the world’s most exciting football matches to African fans.
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