This fourth day of international competition will be marked by the entry into the running of Brazil, a favorite for the final victory. Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal will also make their debut in Qatar against Ghana. Here is the program of World Cup matches for this Thursday, November 24, 2022.
World Cup match: the poster of the day
For Neymar and his compatriots, the long-awaited day has finally arrived. The Seleção will kick off their World Cup tonight at 8 p.m. by challenging Serbia. Four years after a failure in the quarter-finals against Belgium (1-2), Brazil wants to go all the way. To achieve this objective, Tite has an exceptional workforce. With Neymar, Vinicius, Lucas Paqueta and the others, the 61-year-old technician has plenty to do. In the land of football, expectations are therefore immense and yet another disappointment is not permitted. For this first match, it will still be necessary to be wary of this Serbia.
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Amanhã começa ?
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— Neymar Jr (@neymarjr) November 23, 2022
The Eagles did not come to make up the numbers. As proof, the Reds and Whites finished in first place in their qualifying group, ahead of Portugal (6 wins and 2 draws). It must indeed be noted that this selection has a real pool of talents (Sergej Milinković-Savic, Dusan Vlahovic, Aleksandar Mitrović). This tantalizing encounter will take place at the Lusail Stadium at 8 p.m.
The other matches of the 2022 World Cup on November 24, 2022
While waiting for the Brazilian madness, the festivities will begin at 11 a.m. with an opposition between Switzerland and Cameroon. Very attractive during Euro 2021, the Blues remember it well, the Nati will try to go as far as possible. For their part, the Indomitable Lions will be able to rely on a Maxime Choupo-Moting in very good shape with Bayern.
At 2 p.m., an exotic duel will follow between Uruguay and South Korea. Composed in part of very experienced profiles like Luis Suarez, Diego Godin or Cavani, the Celeste can also count on a good young generation (Darwin Nunez, Fede Valverde).
The end of the afternoon will finally give rise to a clash between Portugal and Ghana. The cameras may well be focused on Cristiano Ronaldo after his high-profile divorce from Manchester United. Besides the CR7 attraction, the Seleção das Quinas clearly wants to play the outsiders. And with Joao Felix, Joao Cancelo, Bruno Fernandes and Nuno Mendes, the wildest hopes are allowed.
How to follow the Brazil-Serbia World Cup match?
Brazil-Serbia will be broadcast on TF1 (via Molotov) and on Bein Sport 1. The Al-Jazeera group channel will also allow its subscribers to follow the three other matches of the day, Switzerland-Cameroon (11 a.m.), Uruguay-South Korea (2 p.m.) and Portugal-Ghana (5 p.m.).
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