Former Galaxy player and ESPN analyst Herculez Gomez outlines what to look for in the upcoming World Cup in Qatar.
The Qatar World Cup FIFA 2022 is underway, with 32 countries fighting for the biggest honor in soccer. We've got updates and scores on the latest matches.
SPAIN 8 – 0 COSTA RICA
Spain was too big of a team for Costa Rica and thrashed the Ticos where Gavi became the youngest player to score a goal in a World Cup since Pelé in 1958 at the age of 17.
GERMANY 1 – 2 JAPAN
Japan surprised the world by defeating Germany in the second big upset of the World Cup.
MOROCCO 0 – 0 CROATIA
An even match with good performances from both goalkeepers kept the score tied with no goals.
Saudi Arabia makes history beating Argentina 2 -1 in a big upset for Messi and Argentina. Three goals were disallowed for the South American team on offside and Saudi Arabia's heroic goalkeeping and defense kept their advantage dramatically until the sound of the whistle ending the game. France started with a powerful victory against Australia, Mexico vs Poland and Denmark vs Tunisia were even games and resulted in ties with no goals to celebrate. Biggest moment was when Mexican's goalkeeper Ochoa stopped a penalty shot from Poland's forward star Lewandowski
FRANCE 4 – AUSTRALIA 1
Australia started winning but France took control of the game with Giroud and Mbappe scoring for the champions.
MEXICO 0 – 0 POLAND
Mexico and Poland tied after Mexican goalkeeper Memo Ochoa stopped a penalty from Poland's star forward Lewandowski.
ARGENTINA 1 – SAUDI ARABIA 2
With 3 goals disallowed by the VAR, Argentina and Messi couldn't score more to make up the 2 goals that Tunisa scored in a 5 minutes lapse.
DENMARK 0 – 0 TUNISIA
The long-awaited debut of the USA national team after missing the past World Cup was frustrated by Gareth Bale leading Wales. England gave hope to its fans around the world with a tremendous beating over Iran who remain silent during the national anthem ceremony.
USA 1 – 1 WALES
Gareth Bale frustrates USA's win close to the end of the game.
SENEGAL 0 – 2 NETHERLANDS
It took 85 minutes for Netherlands to score and take the win in a close game vs Senegal.
ENGLAND 6 – 2 IRAN
England starts strong versus a limited Iran.
QATAR 0 – 2 ECUADOR
Host country Qatar loses easily to kicks things off with Ecuador.
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