The most spectacular matches of the World Cup 2023

The 2023 FIFA World Cup started on November 20, 2022. At the 2023 FIFA World Cup, 64 matches will be played over 29 days. 

The most interesting matches of the FIFA World Cup 2023

In total, 64 matches will be played in this 29-day tournament, of which 48 are championship matches. All 64 matches will be played at seven stadiums in this tournament. 

The 16 best-performing teams qualified for the preliminary round, which will take place between December 3 and 7.

All teams are divided into eight groups, and after the league matches following the results of 16 rounds, the first two places in each group will hold quarterfinal matches between these eight teams. The semifinal matches took place on December 14 and 15. 

Both losers of the semifinals played for third place on December 17, and the final of the tournament took place on December 18, 2022.

So we share all the details of the best matches of the 2023 World Cup, contenders for the victory and soccer bet online for the 2022 World Cup.

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World Cup 2022: Argentina – France – 3:3 (4:2 penalties)

On December 18, 2022, Argentina and France played an unforgettable final that ended with six goals, a penalty shootout and the World Cup lifted for the first time by Lionel Messi. What place does this final occupy in history?

Without a doubt, as the Final that met all expectations. It is the third World Cup title for Argentina and the first ever for Lionel Messi. The goals scored are as follows:

  • Messi, 23 (penalty) – 1:0;
  • Di Maria, 36 – 2:0;
  • Mbappe, 80 (penalty) – 2:1;
  • Mbappe, 81 – 2: 2;
  • Messi, 109 – 3:2;
  • Mbappe, 118 (penalty) – 3:3.

How other favorites besides Argentina played

The World Cup in Qatar may have brought Argentina a new world champion, but that doesn’t stop Brazil from remaining in first place in the latest FIFA/Coca-Cola year-end rankings. The Seleção hold a slim lead over the Albiceleste, who could have overtaken their neighbor and rival had they beaten France.

Les Bleus, the losers of the final, lost the world title but returned to the top three. Belgium (4th place, minus 2) is no longer there, England (5th, -) rounds out the top five.

Croatia (7th, up 5) and Morocco (11th, up 11) have risen impressively after finishing in the bottom four at the World Cup. The Atlas Lions are the Climbers of the Year who have scored at least 142 points in the last 12 months.

Australia (27th, up 11) and Cameroon (33rd, up 10) also owe their performances at the World Championships to rises of 11 and 10 places respectively, while Saudi Arabia (49th, up 2), which beat Argentina in the group stage in Qatar, and Burkina Faso (50th, up 4) also climbed into the top 50.

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