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The most prominent figures from the matches of the 21st day of the World Cup

The most prominent figures from the matches of the 21st day of the World Cup

The most prominent figures from the matches of the 21st day of the World Cup, the quarterfinal confrontations of the Qatar World Cup 2022 ended, and the semi-final elements were finally completed after epic matches played in the most expensive continental championship.

Morocco, in a historic achievement, will stand against the defending champion, France, while Argentina will set a big date against Croatia in a meeting that is not likely to reach additional runs.

Certainly expected confrontations, but they came after unparalleled dramatic matches in the last round, which makes us review with you the formation of the most prominent elements in the quarterfinals.

 

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The most prominent numbers and statistics from the 21st day matches of the 2022 World Cup

The most prominent figures from the matches of the 21st day of the World Cup
The most prominent figures from the matches of the 21st day of the World Cup

On Saturday evening, the distinguished figures and statistics attended the quarter-final matches of the 2022 World Cup, which Qatar hosted from November 20 to December 18, for the first time on Arab soil.

 

The Moroccan national team defeated Portugal with a goal without a response, in the match that was held at Al-Thumama Stadium, in the quarter-final matches of the 2022 World Cup.

 

In the same round, France defeated England, with two goals to one, in the match that took place at Al Bayt Stadium.

 

In this report, our website shows you the most prominent numbers and statistics from the 21st day matches of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

 

The most prominent figures from the matches of the 21st day of the World Cup

The most prominent figures from the matches of the 21st day of the World Cup
The most prominent figures from the matches of the 21st day of the World Cup

With its historic victory over the Portuguese national team at Al-Thumama Stadium, the Moroccan national team became the first Arab and African team to reach the golden square in the history of the World Cup.

 

Youssef Al-Nusairi, the Moroccan national team player, scored his third goal in the World Cup, thus becoming the most Moroccan player to score in the history of the competition.

The most prominent figures from the matches of the 21st day of the World Cup

Yassine Bono, who has won 50 international matches, became the first African goalkeeper to keep clean sheets in 3 consecutive matches in one edition of the World Cup.

The most prominent figures from the matches of the 21st day of the World Cup

Harry Kane scored his 53rd goal for England, equaling Wayne Rooney as the team’s all-time leading goal scorer. Kane also became the most player to lead the England national team in the World Cup with 11 matches.

 

The England national team did not win any match in the World Cup when it finished the first half lagging behind in the match result, as it lost 6 times and drew twice, while France won 24 out of 25 matches in the tournament when it was ahead in the score after the first half, as it tied once.

 

Jude Bellingham is the youngest player

 

Jude Bellingham (19 years and 164 days) is the youngest player to start for England in a World Cup quarter-final, ahead of Wayne Rooney (20 years and 250 days) against Portugal in the 2006 World Cup.

 

This is the seventh time that England have been eliminated in the quarter-finals of a World Cup tournament, more than any other team in the history of the competition.

 

No player has scored more penalty kicks in World Cup history than England’s Harry Kane, who scored his fourth penalty goal in the competition (excluding penalties) against France.

 

Cristiano Ronaldo has failed to find the net in all 8 of his World Cup knockout matches, playing 570 minutes and taking 27 shots in those matches.

 

The French national team continued to make history in the World Cup, as it became the first champion to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup since Brazil in the 1998 World Cup.

 

Antoine Griezmann scored 27 goals with the French national team, the highest number for any player in the last 50 years, and Thierry Henry and Zinedine Zidane come after him with 26 goals.

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Rahaf Ibrahim

A multi-disciplined content writer with a long period of work in English and Arabic content and holds a master's degree in television media.

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