The United States males’s nationwide workforce was eradicated from the World Cup Saturday in a 3-1 loss to the Netherlands at Khalifa Worldwide Stadium.
How will the Dutch fare towards Lionel Messi’s Argentina within the quarterfinals?
This is every thing that occurred within the World Cup Saturday and what to observe for on Sunday.
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Netherlands vs. United States
The Netherlands had a sport plan that america performed proper into. Regardless of that, the U.S. was a couple of higher touches away from making it an actual contest. There’s lots to be enthusiastic about with this younger American squad, and it has 4 years to retool for the 2026 World Cup, which the U.S. will co-host with Canada and Mexico.
The Netherlands will proceed its match with a quarterfinal matchup with Argentina Friday (2 p.m. ET on FOX and the FOX Sports activities app).
Argentina 2, Australia 1
Australia’s Cinderella story got here to an finish Saturday, however it gave Argentina a battle to the ultimate whistle. Had it not been for a well timed deal with from Lisandro Martinez and an unimaginable save from Emiliano Martinez, it will have gone to additional time. Australia’s gamers can depart the match with heads held excessive.
SAVE OF THE DAY
Everybody on Argentina’s squad owes Emiliano Martinez dinner for letting them go residence an hour sooner than they might have had he not saved this shot from Australia’s Garang Kuol.
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GOAL OF THE DAY
It took Lionel Messi 16 years to attain his first aim within the World Cup’s knockout stage, however he lastly obtained it, and it was a magnificence.
For his sake, let’s hope he does not have to attend one other 16 years to attain his subsequent.
France vs. Poland, 10 a.m. ET on FS1
In a battle between two of probably the most dominant strikers on the earth, France’s Kylian Mbappé may have the benefit due to the standard of his surrounding expertise.
It might take one thing particular from Robert Lewandowski — or one thing catastrophic from France — for Poland to advance.
Senegal vs. England, 2 p.m. ET on FS1
England has seemed robust to start out the match, however its followers are all the time prepared for heartbreak.
Will probably be seeking to rewrite the narrative with an encouraging outing towards Senegal.
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