Portugal vs Morocco Quarter Finals Free Live Streaming | FIFA World Cup 2022

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Croatia pulled off an upset against the five-time former Champions Brazil on November 9, and reached the Semi Final of the FIFA World Cup for the third time.

They will face Argentina in the first Semi Final of FIFA World Cup 2022 at Lusail Stadium on December 14.

   

Whereas Netherlands’ journey was brought to an end when they suffered a defeat against Argentina on penalties in the second Quarter Final.

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Portugal vs Morocco Quarter Final

The 9th ranked Portugal will face the 22th ranked Morocco at Al Thumama Stadium at 08:00 pm PST (Pakistan Standard Time) in Doha on December 10.

Previously, they met twice in FIFA World Cup and won one match each.

Morocco beat Portugal in 1986 FIFA World Cup by 3-1 at Estadio Tres de Marzo in Zapopan but lost to them in 2018 FIFA World Cup by 0-1 at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

In FIFA World Cup 2022, Portugal beat Ghana and Uruguay but suffered a defeat against Korea Republic in the Group Stage, and later in the Knock Out Stage, they thrashed Switzerland by 6-1 to reach the Quarter Final.

While Morocco drew their opening game against Croatia by 0-0 but sealed two back-to-back victories against Belgium and Canada in the Group Stage.

In the Knock Out Stage, Morocco defeated Spain on penalties to go through the Quarter Final.

FIFA World Cup 2022 Quarter Finals Live Streaming Portugal vs Morocco & England vs France

England vs France Quarter Final

The two former Champions England and France will meet at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor at 12:00 am PST on December 11 in another Quarter Final of FIFA World Cup 2022.

France are ahead of England in current FIFA Rankings by just one place. They are ranked 4th and 5th respectively.

In FIFA World Cup, France are yet to overcome England as in previous both meetings, the latter bagged victories.

England defeated France in 1966 FIFA World Cup by 2-0 at Wembley Stadium in London and secured another win in 1982 FIFA World Cup by 3-1 at San Mamés Stadium in Bilbao.

In FIFA World Cup 2022, England so far remain unbeaten as they beat Iran and Wales besides drawing the match against the United States in the Group Stage before they knocked out Senegal in the following round.

Unlike England, France got defeated by Tunisia in the tournament but yet managed to excel by beating Australia, Denmark, and Poland.

 

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