More zebras and a Spanish defeat; see today’s summary and statistics – 23/11/2022 – Sports

With one more day of zebras on the loose, Wednesday (23). World Cup there are historic turns, Spanish dances and reject choices.

This is the third day of contention in the group stage, which runs until December 2. On Thursday (24/2), group G and H will be played (see list below🇧🇷 At the end of each event day, the Sheet publish game summaries and statistics, such as shots on goal, ball possession and other figures.


Morocco vs Croatia

THAT first game of the day ended in a tie between the teams. The game remained tied over the two halves and the team had a lackluster match in their Cup debut. The current runners-up stopped at the Moroccan defense, which hit 18 Croatian crosses.

Belgium vs Canada

Belgium beat Canada 1 to 0, securing victory, but not cheering. It was a well-balanced game both in possession and in total passes and shots at goal. Always crowned as one of the title contenders, Belgium has shown that the standards are not the same as last World Cup.


Germany vs Japan

THAT The surprise of the day was the Japanese team, who scored a 2-1 comeback against Germany. Both teams played a good game. After the break, Germany continued to press Japan, but they could no longer find their way to the goal. And they are still starting to leave space on defense.

Spain vs Costa Rica

Unlike other heavyweight teams, Spain made their debut in the Cup with a win – and with a clean sheet. The Costa Rican team had few chances to score, and allowed Spain to dominate the match. With a score of 7-0, Spain is three points ahead of Japan, only on goal difference.


7 am – Switzerland v Cameroon

4 p.m. – Brazil vs Serbia

10 a.m – Uruguay vs South Korea

1 p.m. Portugal vs Ghana


Click here and see the statistics and characteristics of each player – from height and weight to distribution on the field – and important data on the 32 selections in the tournament.

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