Tunisia-Australia 0-1, goal by Duke. At 14.00 Poland-Saudi Arabia- Corriere.it

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The live coverage of the World Cup in Qatar 2022 with all the matches, news, formations on the field and the protagonists

Continues today, Saturday 26 November, the World in Qatar. Here the calendar and where to see all the games

• Today’s matches:

Tunisia-Australia 0-1; 14.00 Poland-Saudi Arabia (Group C); 17.00 France-Denmark (D group); at 20 the big match Argentina-Mexico (Group C) With the’Albiceleste that everything is played after the sshocking debut defeat against the Saudis.
• In the four matches yesterday went like this: Wales-Iran 0-2Qatar-Senegal (1-3with i hosts eliminated and the first time after only two games), Netherlands-Ecuador (1-1), England-USA (0-0)

• Brazil trembles for Neymar: ankle ligament injury: the World Cup at risk.
• In this World Cup we cry a lot: from the Iranian national team (and the fans) to Cristiano Ronaldotime for tears.

12:58 – Tunisia-Australia 0-1

Australia beat Tunisia 1-0 in the match valid for the second day of group D of the World Cup in Qatar and keep their hopes of accessing the round of 16 after the knockout against France on their debut. Duke’s goal decides in the 23rd minute. The African formation remains at one point, thanks to the draw against Denmark. In the first fraction Tunisia starts and closes aggressively but Australia administers the match for the most part by finding the opening goal with a header by Duke from a tight angle. In the second half, Tunisia poured forward in search of an equalizer and repeatedly threatened, especially in the final. In the 72nd minute Australia had the opportunity to double up with Leckie sliding on a ball put in by McLaren, but only grazed the ball. On the final day, the Australians challenge Denmark while Tunisia will face France.

12:32 – Tunisia attacks

In the first half of the second half, Tunisia seems more organized than the first half. Try to attack and also waste a couple of opportunities. And a sensational opportunity also happened to Australia which, in the 72nd minute, came close to making it 2-0 with Leckie who, in a slide, missed Maclaren’s low cross by a whisker. HERE the news in real time

12:06 – Australia and Tunisia back on the pitch

It starts again without changes: Australia-Tunisia starts in the second half, for now decided by Duke’s goal in the 23rd minute

11:51 am – Australia takes the lead at the interval

The first half of the match against Tunisia ends 1-0 for Australia (thanks to Duke’s goal in the 23′). The North African team wasted two sensational chances in the final half, after a first part of the match with few emotions. Overall though, better Australia so far. HERE the news in real time

11:34 am – Romelu Lukaku is better

(Arianna Ravelli, sent to Doha) Good news for Belgium and also for Inter. Coach Roberto Martinez does not intend to risk him from the 1st minute in tomorrow’s match against Morocco, but it seems that the center forward is shortening recovery times: “Romelu has already trained twice with the group, we have to wait and see how he reacts. I don’t expect him to start against Morocco – the words of the coach -, but he seems to be doing well and I’m happy to see him together with his teammates”. Belgium won their opening match against Canada 1-0 with goals from Batshuayi but without captivating.

11:23 am – Australian advantage with Duke

Mitchell Duke puts Australia ahead in the 23rd minute. The Australian striker headed Goodwin’s cross (deflected by a Tunisian defender) and headed over Dahmen for 1-0. HERE the news in real time

11:01 am – Tunisia-Australia has begun

In a predominantly red-colored stadium by Tunisian supporters, Tunisia-Australia began. In their first group match, the North African side drew 0-0 with Denmark, while the Australians lost 4-1 to France. HERE the news in real time

11.00 am – Giroud chases Henry’s record

Olivier Giroud against Denmark, for the second match of the French national team at Qatar 2022, is chasing history. A goal for the Milan striker is enough to overtake Thierry Henry as the best goalscorer in the history of the Blues. Giroud, with 51 goals in 115 international games, currently tied in the table with Thierry Henry (123 appearances and 51 goals). In third place in the standings is Antoine Griezmann with 111 appearances and 42 goals. In fourth place there the king Michel Platini with 72 appearances and 41 goals. After his last-minute forfeit, Karim Benzema (97 international matches and 37 goals), will have to wait a bit before he can try to climb the French all-time table. Giroud’s first international goal of 2012 dates back to February 29 during the Germany-France friendly. Against Denmark, the Milan striker has already scored on 29 March 2015 and 11 October 2015 (2 goals).

10:35 am – Tunisia-Australia, the official formations

(5-3-2): Aymen Damen; Montassar Talbi, Dylan Bronn, Yassine Meriah, Mohamed Drager, Ali Abdi; Aissa Laidouni, Ellyes Skhiri, Naim Sliti; Issam Jebali, Youssef Msakni. Coach: Jalel Kadri
(4-3-3): Matthew Ryan; Kye Rowles, Fran Karacic, Aziz Behich, Harry Souttar; Aaron Mooy, Riley McGree, Jackson Irvine; Mathew Leckie, Craig Goodwin, Mitchell Duke. Coach: Graham Arnold
Referee: Siebert (Germany)

09:44 – Tod TV, the official platform of the World Cup, has been blocked in Saudi Arabia

One of the World Cup’s official streaming platforms, Tod TV, appears to have been blocked without explanation in Saudi Arabia, international media subscribers reported on Saturday. Tod TV, owned by Qatari broadcaster beIN Media Group, which was banned in Saudi Arabia for several years during a dispute between the two countries, but was reinstated in October 2021. Due to issues beyond our control, we are experiencing an outage in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which is currently impacting TOD.tv, the official streaming partner of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. More information will be provided as it becomes available, beIN said in a message. sent to partners and subscribers. The Saudi government did not respond to a request for comment on the halt, while beIN declined to comment. Tod TV is the official World Cup streaming service in 24 countries in the Middle East and North Africa.

08:54 – Borjan (Canada), goalkeeper born in Serbia against Croatia

(Paolo Tomaselli, sent to Doha) The gray tracksuit bottoms he wore in Edmonton in one of the key races to get to Qatar ended up in the Canadian football museum. However, there are no traces of the Serbian nationalist flag, used to celebrate the return to the World Cup after 36 years, because this is a private story, from when Milan Borjan was not yet the goalkeeper-driver of the Canadian Reds, the leader of the locker room.

HERE the complete article

08:16 am – Biden: I preferred to win against England, but the draw is fine

It was better if it ended 1-0 but the draw goes well, England was strong, this is the comment of the president of the United States Joe Biden commenting on the result of the match that has just been played at the World Cup in Qatar. The American president was questioned about the match by the accompanying journalists while he was walking through the streets of Nantucket, Masswhere he is on vacation for a few days with First Lady Jill and some family members, including his son Hunter.

08:06 am – Iran wins (and players sing anthem)

(Paolo Tomaselli, sent to Doha) First, they sing the anthem through gritted teeth and with hearts pounding for fear of the regime that a few hours earlier in Tehran imprisoned one of their former companions. Then they scream their liberating and irrepressible joy, they throw coach Queiroz over their heads who has defended and protected them, they embrace as if there were no tomorrow.

HERE the complete article

07:34 – Argentina-Mexico, the day of judgement. Messi will be there

(Alessandro Bocci, sent to Doha) Todo o nada writes the Clarn online site, perfectly summarizing Argentina’s crucial moment. All or nothing in the very hot derby with Mexico in which he will count the soul, the belly, the heart. A match that is like a final.

HERE the complete article

07:32 am – Qatar out of the World Cup (but the fans are not very interested)

(Arianna Ravelli, sent to Doha) Up until the 1930s, Qatar’s only source of wealth was pearls. When a Japanese greengrocer invented its cultivation, the small desert country seemed to be on its way to the blackest poverty. Instead of black came oil. And after oil, gas. Now that one of the five richest countries in terms of GDP per capita, it would be too easy to say that there are things that cannot be bought.

HERE the complete article

07:30 – Sconcerti’s analysis, the reason for the tie between England and the USA

(Mario Sconcerti) The first time the United States beat the British was at the 1950 World Cup. When the news agencies gave the result, 0-1, many thought it was a mistake. The English side decided the world was wrong and announced a 10-1 victory for England.

HERE the complete article


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