Who is Still in the World Cup?

Who is Still in the World Cup?


Who is still in the world cup

If you are a fan of world cup football, then you may be curious to know who remains in the tournament. The final eight teams battled it out through group stage before half of them were eliminated.

Argentina and Croatia have advanced to the semifinals of the tournament, where they will meet in a winner-takes-all match on December 18.


Argentina remains in the world cup and has a chance to win it all. They currently sit atop of Group C and if they win their final match against Poland, then they will qualify for the round of 16.

The country is renowned for its rapidly expanding economy, which has experienced unprecedented growth in recent years. Furthermore, it has managed to consolidate its finances and reduce debt. Forecasts indicate that the economy will continue expanding at an above-average rate of 3% over the coming years.

Argentina is home to a variety of ethnic groups, with Mestizo (European/Amerindian) populations making up the majority. Additionally, large numbers of people from Latin America - particularly Peru and Bolivia - as well as small groups of Asian immigrants are present.

This influx of people has been beneficial to the economy. They have drawn in more tourists and created additional employment opportunities.

Though Argentina's World Cup 2022 dreams are on track, much work remains to be done if they want to make them a reality. At present, they sit atop Group C with seven points but if they lose their final match against Poland on Thursday evening, they will be eliminated from the tournament.

Mexico will advance if they lose, as they defeated Saudi Arabia by an impressive margin. The match takes place on Wednesday and whichever team emerges victorious will automatically book their place in the round of 16.

Argentina's unexpected victory against Saudi Arabia could prove to be a turning point in their fortunes. With the support of their fans, they now have an excellent chance to do well at the next World Cup if they can maintain their high standards. If they keep up with their high standards, they could very well go on and claim all glory and crown themselves champions.


Croatia, a small nation of four million people on the Balkan Peninsula, has an incredible record of defying expectations and beating football's biggest names. They are renowned for their strong and cohesive team that emphasizes positive possession-based football; since 1998 they have made three semi-finals at the World Cup.

Croatia are led by Zlatko Dalic and feature Real Madrid stars Luka Modric and Ivan Perisic in their squad. While they weren't at their best during the group stages, this squad still contains enough talent to challenge any opponent.

In a thrilling quarter-final matchup against Japan in the quarter-finals, Croatia needed extra time and then penalty kicks to advance. Duje Livakovic saved three of Japan's four penalty kicks to ensure they progressed into the last eight.

Croatia have recently won the UEFA Nations League and are on a roll with their World Cup qualifying group results. After taking advantage of an early lead through two matches against Canada and Morocco, they hope to build on that by making it into the finals.

They boast an impressive combination of experienced players and promising youngsters, which should allow them to easily qualify from their group. Their record in extra time games during knockout stages speaks for itself; they have also proven adept at converting penalty kicks for victories. Therefore, they can be confident of progressing further in this competition.


Who is still in the World Cup?

Morocco has become a true success story at this year's World Cup after becoming the first African or Arab team to reach the semi-finals. Their remarkable upsets have galvanized an entire continent in support and sparked a global celebration of their accomplishments.

On Wednesday night, Morocco can cement their legacy as heroes by defeating Portugal in the quarter-final. It will further deepen Morocco's international standing as a beacon of hope and inspiration to millions around the world.

The Atlas Lions have been a real surprise at this World Cup, pulling off several remarkable upsets that have drawn fans from across Arab and African nations to Qatar. They've defeated former European colonial powers Belgium and Croatia as well as FIFA's top-ranked team - Spain.

One of Morocco's standout performers is Hakim Ziyech, who has returned to international football after an extended absence. This lightning quick player can play on either left or right and uses his extra lung as a weapon in attack for Morocco.

Yassine Bounou is another important player, as the resilient goalkeeper who has saved two penalties in two of their victories and was the hero of their 1-0 win against Spain. He's supported by Achraf Hakimi, who can play at right-back or serve as a useful striker when needed.

The players in Qatar are an eclectic bunch, sporting Berber Z flags flying everywhere in the stadiums as if to represent a country full of cultures, identities and languages. If they win against Croatia in the final, it could solidify their place as one of the major powers on the global stage and give them even greater chances to triumph in 2022.


Uruguay is still alive at the World Cup after their dramatic 2-1 win against Portugal on Friday. They can guarantee themselves first place in Group H if they defeat South Korea or play to a draw on Friday.

Uruguay, a small but vibrant nation, is known for its stable democracy and social benefits such as free education. Furthermore, with an extremely low rate of violent crime, Uruguay makes for an inviting tourist destination.

Brazil was a two-time World Cup champion in 1930 and 1950, and they're hoping for another title at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. With stars such as Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani at their disposal, this team has plenty of potential.

La Celeste have reached the quarterfinals twice and made the semi-finals once in each of the past four World Cups. Never having finished outside the top three in their group, La Celeste have always come out on top.

In 2010, they defeated Ghana 1-0 in the round of 16 but failed to advance past that stage. This time around, they will look to end Ghana's record of six consecutive world cup appearances during group stage play.

With a team that has been playing together for some time, they can be devastating on the field. Their combination of veteran experience and youthful exuberance makes them highly effective.

Luis Suarez, one of the most dangerous strikers in the world, has scored 40 goals for Uruguay in 77 international matches. He enjoys immense popularity within Uruguay and a well-earned reputation for taking on opponents with ease.

They are currently ranked 14th in FIFA rankings and could pose a real threat in the tournament. Their talent should allow them to advance past the group stage.


At the 2022 World Cup, Mexico's national soccer team (El Tri) remains in the tournament despite losing their opening match 2-0 to Poland. Still, Mexico can still qualify from Group C if they win their remaining two matches against Saudi Arabia and Argentina and move on to the knockout round.

El Tri has twice reached the quarterfinals in its history - both times on home turf. In 1970, they finished tied atop Group A with the Soviet Union but were ultimately eliminated by Italy.

Since 1994, El Tri has only made it past the group stage twice.

Tata Martino manages the current Mexican team, which is ranked 63rd worldwide by Fifa. Unfortunately, they have yet to score a goal and need help from Argentina or Poland in order to advance.

Thankfully, they will have plenty of practice time in the next few weeks before playing their third and final match against Saudi Arabia. It's a must-win game for Mexico to advance from Group C and secure victory at the World Cup.

Though there are some encouraging signs for Mexico, their performance so far has not lived up to expectations. The team seems fatigued and the players have had a slow start.

Although there were some shortcomings, Luis Chavez's free kick was an incredible goal and he could have done even better. Furthermore, he's a strong contender for Man of the Match honors; those interested in following Mexico's soccer team should keep an eye on him in future matches.

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