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Pol V Arg - 1st Half - Bbc.mp4

Next up was Poland, ranked 26th in the FIFA world rankings, who threatened to upset Argentina's campaign in the group decider on November 30. But second-half goals from Alexis Mac Allister and Alvarez saw them through as group winners.

Pol v Arg - 1st half - bbc.mp4

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A clash of the titans, France took on England in the last quarter-final and neither nations disappointed us with their performance on the field. Aurélien Tchouaméni gave France the early lead, but England were able to equalize in the second half after Harry Kane successfully converted a penalty to a goal. As both teams tried their best to score a second goal, it was Olivier Giroud who delivered the lead for France by scoring in the 78th minute as they knocked out England 2-1.

Day 16 saw Japan end their dream run in the 2022 FIFA World Cup by losing to Croatia in a penalty shoot-out. Initially, it seemed like Japan was set to continue its historic run as Daizen Maeda scored a stunning goal in the last few minutes of the first half. However, Ivan Perišić found a crucial equaliser in the second half that levelled the scores. The match ran into extra time as neither of the teams were able to score a second goal. In the penalty shoot-outs, Japan faltered and took surprisingly weak shots at the goal, while Croatia made no errors and secured their place in the quarter-finals.

The match was as exciting and dramatic as a FIFA World Cup fixture could get. While Germany took the early lead in the first half thanks to a smooth goal from İlkay Gündoğan, Japan scored the equalizer from Ritsu Doan in the 75th minute. Then, just like the thrilling climax of an action movie, Japan took the lead in the final minutes of the match thanks to a stunning goal from Takuma Asano. Remember that name, as we might be looking at one of the potential stars of the tournament this year.

The second match of the day was between The Netherlands and Senegal. While Senegal did go down 2-0, they put up a decent fight and were quite strong in the first half. In fact, it was quite an evenly fought match till the Dutch players were able to secure the win in the second half. The goal scorers for Netherlands were Cody Gakpo and Davy Klassen.

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