The World Cup in Qatar It’s another busy day this Saturday. There are four matches valid for Groups C and D. France beat Denmark, and Argentina beat Mexico. Check out the list of degrees below:
Tunisia and Australia played the first match of the day, at 7:00 am (Brasilia time), for Group D, and the African country drew its first match against Denmark, while the Oceanians were crushed by the current world champions. Now, in the duel between the two picks, the Australians won 1 to 0. Mitchell Duke scored the goal.
On the other hand, Group C begins the second round with the Saudi national team, which is the big start in the first appearance of the Cup, against Poland, by Robert Lewandowski, at 10 am (Brasilia time).
As for the fourth group, France beat Denmark 2-1, with two goals from the star Mbappe. The match started at 13:00 (Brasilia time).
The last match on Saturday was between Argentina and Mexico. Lionel Messi has kept his brothers’ World Cup dream alive. With a festive performance, he scored an amazing second-half goal and came on in the second half – another great goal – this time by Enzo Fernandez. A 2-0 victory, which puts Argentina one win away from the rankings. On the other hand, Mexico, with one point, said practically goodbye to the World Cup and would only qualify if it beat Saudi Arabia, encouraged Argentina and scored two goals from Poland.
Results of the World Cup matches on Saturday (November 26):
Group D: Tunisia 0 x 1 Australia – Al Janoub Stadium (Closed)
Group C: Saudi Arabia 0-2 Poland – Al-Madina Education Stadium (Closed)
Group D: France 2 x 1 Denmark – Court 974 (Closed)
Group C: Argentina 2 x 0 Mexico – 4 pm – Lusail Stadium (Closed)
* All games are in Brasilia time – last updated at 18:03
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