The 4 big teams of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, including the 4-time World, Champions Out.
The FIFA World Cup held in Qatar this year had many twists and turns. Four big teams were eliminated from the tournament after poor performances in the group stage.
On Friday, two-time world champions Uruguay missed out on a playoff berth despite winning their last match due to their average opening-day performance.
The Netherlands and Senegal advanced to the next round from Group A of the World Cup in Qatar. The host was in the same group as the last finished.
From Group B to the quarterfinals, England and the United States advanced.
Speaking of Group C, this is where teams from Argentina and Poland get a chance to advance to the next round. France and Australia will take the lead in Group D.
Teams Japan and Spain advanced to 1/16 in Group E. Four-time world champion Germany was eliminated from the tournament.
Group F was also upset as Croatia progressed to the next round and Morocco defeated Belgium.
Brazil and Switzerland qualified for the knockout tournament in Group G.
Portugal and South Korea advanced from Group H to the next round, while two-time champions Uruguay failed to advance.
The 4 big teams in the first round. The first name among the teams eliminated from the tournament is the four-time winner Germany.
1954, 1974, 1990, and 2014 World Cup winners finished 3rd in the group with 4 points, with 1 win, 1 draw, and 1 loss in 3 matches.
Belgium, currently ranked second in the FIFA rankings, was also eliminated with 1 win, 1 draw, and 1 loss, just like Germany.
Denmark’s exit from the top 10 was even more shocking. The team did not win a single game.
The Uruguay national team, which won the title in 1930 and 1950, was also shamefully eliminated from the tournament