Qatar World Cup Live | Today’s matches: Tunisia-France 1-0 and Australia-Denmark 1-0

from A.Bocci, A. Ravelli, P.Tomaselli, correspondents in Doha and Redazione Sport

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

• The World Cup in Qatar continues today, Wednesday 30 November. Here the results, the calendar and where to see all the matches

• Today’s matches: Group D closes at 4 pm with Tunisia-France and Australia-Denmark. At 20 it’s time for Group C with Poland-Argentina and Saudi Arabia-Mexico
• In yesterday’s four matches in Group A, Senegal (2-1 against Ecuador) and the Netherlands (2-0 against Qatar) won, who qualified for the round of 16. In Group B Iran-USA 0-1 and Wales-England 0-3

17:27 – Another pitch invasion

After that of Falco Mario Ferri in Portugal-Uruguay, another field invader strikes at the World Cup in Qatar. During Tunisia-France a boy enters the field from the stands and, before being blocked by the stewards, performs a stunt.
HERE the news in real time of Tunisia-France

HERE the live news of Australia-Denmark

Group standings HERE

17:23 – Goal from Australia that undermines Tunisia in the round of 16

In the 60th minute Leckie puts Australia ahead and guarantees the ocean team the (temporary) pass for the round of 16 of the tournament. Leckie passes Maehle and crosses with the left at the far post.
HERE the news in real time of Tunisia-France

HERE the live news of Australia-Denmark

Group standings HERE

17:16 – Tunisia ahead and (for now) qualified

After a goal disallowed for offside and a dangerous chance at the end of the first half, Tunisia took the lead with Khazri who took advantage of a slip by Fofana who naively lost the ball, dribbling away towards the French area and sending Mandanda out. At the moment, with a 0-0 draw on the other pitch, Tunisia would be in the round of 16.
HERE the news in real time of Tunisia-France

HERE the live news of Australia-Denmark

Group standings HERE

17:06 – Back on the pitch

Off to the second half of Tunisia-France and Australia-Denmark. In the second match, double changes at the break: Baccus for Goodwin for the Australians and Bah for Kristensen for the Danes.
HERE the news in real time of Tunisia-France

HERE the live news of Australia-Denmark

Group standings HERE

4.48 pm – No goals so far

No goals in the first half for France-Tunisia and Australia-Denmark, the two matches in group D in progress. France risks more against a brilliant Tunisia. On the other side, Denmark’s clearest opportunity. At the moment, France and Australia would qualify for the round of 16.
HERE the news in real time of Tunisia-France

HERE the live news of Australia-Denmark

Group standings HERE

16:36 – Tunisia still dangerous

After the goal disallowed in the 8th minute, Tunisia still dangerous against France. In the 35th minute Khazri kicked from the edge of the box. Mandanda blocks the strong but central shot with his fists in a corner kick.
HERE the news in real time of Tunisia-France

HERE the live news of Australia-Denmark

Group standings HERE

4.29 pm – Denmark diesel

Minute by minute Denmark grows in intensity. In the 12th minute the most dangerous opportunity came with Jensen who picked up Braithwaite’s first pass and finished from a tight angle. Ryan deflects for a corner kick.
HERE the news in real time of Tunisia-France

HERE the live news of Australia-Denmark

Group standings HERE

4.21 pm – France B in control

With qualification in the bag (and also a piece of first place in the group) France allows itself the luxury of keeping Mbapp and many starters on the bench. The Blues, after the scare of the canceled goal against Tunisia, try to dribble in midfield and keep the pace of the game at low levels.
HERE the news in real time of Tunisia-France

HERE the live news of Australia-Denmark

Group standings HERE

16:08 – Tunisia’s goal disallowed

Immediately the first emotion in Tunisia-France. In the 8th minute, Ghandri volleyed a cross from a free-kick from the center of the area, but his position at the time of the pass was slightly offside, which was signaled by the linesman and confirmed by Var.
HERE the news in real time of Tunisia-France

HERE the live news of Australia-Denmark

Group standings HERE

3.19 pm – The official formations of Australia-Denmark (4.00 pm)

Australia (4-3-3): Ryan; Degenek, Rowles, Souttar, Behich; Mooy, McGree, Irvine; Leckie, Duke, Goodwin. Coach: Arnold.
Denmark (4-2-3-1): Schmeichel; Kristensen, Andersen, Christensen, Maehle; Hojbjerg, Lindstrom; Olsen, Eriksen, Jensen; Braithwaite. Coach: Hjulmand.
Referee: Ghorbal (Algeria)

3.16 pm – The official formations of Tunisia-France (4.00 pm), Mbapp on the bench

Tunisia (3-4-3): Dahmen; Talbi, Meriah, Ghandri; Maaloul, Laidouni, Skhiri, Kechrida; Khazri, Ben Romdhane, Slimane. Coach: Kadri.
France (4-3-3): Mandanda; Disasi, Varane, Konat, Camavinga; Fofana, Tchouameni, Veretout; Guendouzi, Kolo Muani, Coman. Coach: Deschamps.
Referee: Conger (New Zealand)

13:44 – Belgium among poisons, Lukaku is needed: but he will start on the bench

(Arianna Ravelli, sent to Doha) Belgium in the throes of a nervous breakdown, with rags flying in the locker room, people who don’t talk to each other (De Bruyne and Courtois are separated by old grudges over a girlfriend) or send barbs (De Bruyne had spoken of a too old team to win, Vertonghen answered him We played really badly, especially in attack we are obviously too old to score), and that he almost gets his hands on himself, like Hazard and De Bruyne divided by Lukaku, at least according to the Equipe’s story, denied by the players and coach Roberto Martinez. In any case, after the day off spent with the families at the Hilton Salwa Beach, there was a meeting between the coach and the team: constructive confrontation as they say when the situation is really tense. Tomorrow against Croatia, the third classified at the World Cup in Russiafor years first in the Fifa ranking, he already risks leaving the World Cup. You need a leader, you need someone to lean on. There would be, in the person of Romelu Lukaku, in the stands the first match won with difficulty against Canada, on the field only in the final ten minutes in the defeat against Morocco and now still uncertain. Probably won’t start from the first minute. There is a great lack on the pitch – Martinez’s words -, he makes the difference on the pitch, we play in another way. And then a leader and has influence over the dressing room. Just what you need today.

11:24 am – Tunisia-France, 10 Tunisians born in French territory

With ten out of 26 players born in France, the match between the transalpines and Tunisia in Qatar on the occasion of the World Cup will have the scent of a derby. The goalkeeper, born in ’95, Mouez Hassen, born in Frejus and played among other teams in Nice and Chateauroux; the central defender, born in ’98, Montassar Talbi born in Paris and plays in Lorient; Nader Ghandri, born in 1995 in Aubervilliers and played in the past in Arles-Avignon; Dylan Bronn, class of ’95, born in Cannes and currently plays for Salernitana after having played for Metz. Wajdi Kechrida, class of ’95, born in Nice. Hannibal Mejbri, born in 2003, who currently plays for Birmingham City, born in Ivry-sur-Seine while Aissa Laidouni, born in 1996, born in Livry-Gargan. Ellyes Skhiri, class of ’95, born in Lunel and currently plays for FC Cologne. Wahbi Khazri, class of ’91, born in Ajaccio and played for Bastia, Bordeaux and now plays for Montpellier. Naim Sliti, class of ’92, born in Marseille and played in the past for Red Star and Lilla.

10:21 am – Cristiano Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia?

Cristiano Ronaldo now close to agreeing with Al-Nassr. This was ensured by the Spanish newspaper Marca, which relaunches a hypothesis already put on the table a week ago. The 37-year-old Portuguese champion is expected to sign a two-and-a-half-year contract, with a staggering fee of 200 million euros per season, including salary and advertising deals. After his adventure in the Premier League with Manchester United due to the well-known differences with Ten Hag, CR7, one of the great protagonists of the World Cup in Qatar with the Lusitanian national team, would therefore have chosen Saudi Arabia and a less competitive league but certainly with resources economic ones not even imaginable at other latitudes (MLS included).

Al-Nassr led on the bench by the French, ex Roma, Rudi Garca and in his squad the presence of the Colombian goalkeeper Ospina and the Spanish Alvaro Gonzalez stands out. Ryad’s team, which plays its home games at the Msool Park stadium (capacity of 25,000 fans), could therefore rely on Ronaldo to beat their great rivals Al-Hilal, reigning Saudi League champion.

09:03 am – Usa qualified for the round of 16, the joy of Biden

United States one, Iran zero! Game over. With these words, the President of the United States of America Joe Biden expressed his enthusiasm for the victory of the US national soccer team at the World Cup in Qatar during an event in Michigan. What a great match. When I spoke to the coach and the players I told them, “you can do it”. They made it. God bless them concluded the US head of state.

08:08 – Temperatures above average in Doha

How much does climate change affect the temperatures recorded these days in Doha, Qatar, where the World Cup is being played? Very, very much. A few days before the start, a +3.4 degrees has already been recorded compared to the normal period of the year, according to calculations by scientists at Climate Central, an American climate research center. According to Climate Central, temperatures in Doha are currently more than 3 degrees warmer in the day than at the normal time of year, an increase that climate change has made at least twice as likely. For Andrew Pershing, director of Climate Central’s climate science department, the stress of racing in extreme heat is affecting a growing number of athletes, and climate change is making outdoor sports riskier for both professionals and athletes. the rest of us. And it will continue to be even riskier until net greenhouse gas emissions are stopped and global temperatures stop rising.

07:34 – Iran-USA: in the 90th minute the enemies embrace

(Arianna Ravelli, sent to Doha) With the background of trumpets and drums that supported Iran for the 105′ of the mother of all matches version 2.0 (never heard such warm cheering here in Qatar: it is impressive to think that it was the regime that paid many of these now sad boys and girls planes and tickets to incite Team Melli, and that among them there are also the supervisors sent to control the activists), soccer has become football , in the words of Iran coach Carlos Queiroz.

HERE the complete article

07:30 – Where to see it on TV

The program with timetables, TV and all the results of the World Cup in Qatar. Here’s where you can watch the games on TV.

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