The quarter-finals of the FIFA World Mug 2022 will certainly be held from December 09 to December 11.

With Portugal decimating Switzerland 6-1 in the last Round of 16 match, the line-up for the quarter-finals of the tournament is chosen

Leading groups like Germany as well as Belgium were currently gotten rid of in the team phase while the Round of 16 saw 2010 champs Spain crashing out after a defeat to Morocco on charges. Giants like France, Brazil, Portugal, and England have scheduled their certification into the last 8 with persuading outcomes. Some interesting contests await in the quarter-finals of the FIFA Globe Mug where only 4 groups will undergo to the semi-finals.

FIFA World Cup 2022 quarter-finals full schedule:

December 9, Friday (8:30 PM IST): Croatia vs Brazil in Education City Arena
December 10, Saturday (12:30 AM IST): Netherlands vs Argentina in Lusail Stadium
December 10, Saturday (8:30 PM IST): Portugal vs Morocco in Al Thumama Arena
December 11, Sunday (12:30 AM IST): England vs France in Al Bayt Arena
England vs France face-off is arguably one of the most amazing contest in the quarter-finals, while Argentina vs Netherlands battle is additionally expected to a tightly-contested one.

Portugal’s 6-1 accomplishment over Switzerland was the most prejudiced lead to the Round of 16 of the tournament. They will be up against Morocco, a side that disposed out Spain from the competition.

Round of 16 results in full:

  1. Netherlands beat USA 3-1
  2. Argentina beat Australia 2-1
  3. France beat Poland 3-1
  4. England beat Senegal 3-0
  5. Croatia beat Japan 3-1 on penalties (1-1 in 120 minutes)
  6. Brazil beat South Korea 4-1
  7. Morocco beat Spain on penalties (0-0 in 120 minutes)
  8. Portugal beat Switzerland 6-1

The semi-finals of the tournament will be held on the 14th and 15th of December while the final be held on the 18th of December.

The semi-finals of the competition will be hung on the 14th as well as 15th of December while the last be held on the 18th of December.

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Last Updated: 7 December 2022