The Belgium national team bid farewell to the 2022 World Cup, with a goalless draw against Croatia
The Croatian national team tied negatively against Belgium during the activities of the match that was held on Thursday evening at the “Ahmed Bin Ali Al Mundial” stadium, as part of the third and final round of the group stage of the World Cup, which is currently being held and continues until the eighteenth of this month, with the participation of 32 teams representing different six continents. .
The match witnessed a mutual attack between the two teams, but the negative summit attempts prevented either of them from reaching the other’s goal in one of the worst performances in the 2022 World Cup.
With this result, the Belgium national team bid farewell to the World Cup after finishing third in the Group E table of the World Cup, with 4 points collected from a win and a draw, scoring one goal and conceding two goals.
While the Croatian national team was in second place in the Group E table in the World Cup, with 5 points collected from winning a match, drawing in two matches, scoring 4 goals and conceding a goal.
The Moroccan national team finished at the top of the Group C standings with 7 points, collected from two victories, a draw, scoring 4 goals and conceding a goal.
While the Canadian national team was at the bottom of the Group C standings table, with zero points, after receiving defeat in the three matches, scoring two goals and conceding 7 goals.
The official formation of the Croatian national team was as follows:
Defense line: Urlinovic, Lovren, Guardiol, Sosa.
Midfield: Luka Modric, Brosvic, Kovacic.
Offensive line: Kramaric, Lenaia, Perisic.
The official formation of the Belgium national team came as follows:
Goalkeeper: Thibaut Courtois.
Defensive line: Munir, Alder Ferila, Vertutchen.
Midfield: Castagne, Dendoncker, Witsel, Carrasco.
Offensive line: Kevin De Bruyne, Trossard, Mertens.
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