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FIFA World Cup results 2022: Latest scores today, yesterday, and so far from Qatar

Sporting News 1 hr ago Simon Borg
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The nerves were shredded, and the fingers were chewed. But the job got done.

Well, at least if you are American or Senegalese!

The USMNT and the Lions of Teranga were the two sides celebrating most wildly on Tuesday, as they both booked trips to the World Cup Round of 16.

As we reached the spectacle of the final group games — and the tricky prospect for fans (and journalists!) of following two simultaneous group deciders at once, there was everything to play for as Groups A and B were decided.

There was the predictable, as Netherlands blasted past Qatar 2-0 — the Arab nation now confirmed as the worst-performing hosts in history — and England beat local rivals Wales 3-0 on the back off a pair of Marcus Rashford strikes.

But then there was the drama that we know and love from the World Cup.

First, it was Senegal — who produced a late charge to see of Ecuador courtesy of Chelsea defender Kalidou Koulibaly's 70th-minute goal — and then came the USA.

Christian Pulisic and Co. put their bodies on the line, quite literally in the case of the USMNT talisman, and held on after the Chelsea man's 38th-minute goal to secure second place in Group B, and a meeting with the Netherlands on Saturday.

England and Senegal will go head-to-head just over 24 hours later at the Al Bayt Stadium.

MORE: Complete World Cup match schedule with dates and times

The Sporting News has you covered here with all the latest World Cup score updates, as well as links to highlights for specific regions.

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World Cup matches today

Round three of group matches kicked off today, with games played simultaneously for sporting integrity. 

Group A started us off, as Netherlands faced hosts Qatar, while Ecuador and Senegal did battle for what turned out to be the runner-up spot.

Then it was on to Group B, and a tension-filled meeting between USA and Iran.

England had already done almost enough to secure their last-16 spot, but they knew they could not afford an upset against Wales.

Latest World Cup scores today

Time (ET) Match Group Stadium
10 a.m. Netherlands 2 Qatar 0 A Al Bayt
10 a.m. Ecuador 1 Senegal 2 A Khalifa Int'l
2 p.m. USA 1 Iran 0 B Al Thumama
2 p.m. Wales 0 England 3 B Ahmad Bin Ali

FIFA World Cup results yesterday

The second round of group-stage matches in Qatar is over, and we are a lot closer to knowing the names of the 16 sides who will make it through to the knockout rounds, although many teams still have work to do.

It was the turn of Groups G and H on Monday, and while heavyweights Portugal and Brazil were the headline attraction, there was plenty of other entertainment before that.

Cameroon and Serbia met in the opening match and dished up arguably the game of the tournament.

The Africans  — looking to avoid an unwanted landmark of matching Mexico's record of nine for the most consecutive losses across World Cup finals  —  looked to be heading for defeat when Serbia overturned Jean-Charles Castelletto's first-half goal for a 2-1 lead. But there was drama, as first Vincent Aboubakar beat the offside trap to scoop home a delightful finish and then Eric-Maxim Choupo-Moting scored to level at 3-3.

South Korea and Ghana gave us a goal-fest in the second match of the day too, and it was Ghana who snatched it 3-2 to boost their hopes of qualification from Group H.

Mohammed Kudus' 68th-minute strike proved the difference, after the Koreans had come from 2-0 down to level courtesy of a pair of Cho Gue-sung goals.

Then it was on to the double-header of the tournament heavyweights, as a Neymar-less Brazil — the talismanic striker out for at least the next two games with an ankle injury — looked to secure a knockout-stage spot against Switzerland in a repeat of their group meeting at Russia 2018.

They did the job, but only just, as Casemiro's late goal was all that separated the two sides.

Portugal had things slightly easier, winning 2-0 against Uruguay courtesy of a double from Bruno Fernandes  —  although for a while Cristiano Ronaldo was celebrating another goal at the finals, as FIFA awarded the first strike to him, before backtracking. Ronaldo didn't appear to get a touch as Fernandes' ball was swung in, but that didn't stop him celebrating! 

Monday, November 28

Time (ET) Match Group Stadium
5 a.m. Cameroon 3 Serbia 3 G Al Janoub
8 a.m. South Korea 2 Ghana 3 H Education City
11 a.m. Brazil 1 Switzerland 0 G Stadium 974
2 p.m. Portugal 2 Uruguay 0 H Lusail

2022 World Cup results so far

Here are the matches of the total 64 in the books so far:

Date Group Match
Tuesday, Nov. 29 A Netherlands 2 Qatar 0 Highlights
Tuesday, Nov. 29 A Ecuador 1 Senegal 2 Highlights
Tuesday, Nov. 29 B Iran 0 USA 1 Highlights
Tuesday, Nov. 29 B Wales 0 England 3 Highlights
Monday, Nov. 28 H Portugal 2 Uruguay 0 Highlights
Monday, Nov. 28 G Brazil 1 Switzerland 0 Highlights
Monday, Nov. 28 H South Korea 2 Ghana 3 Highlights
Monday, Nov. 28 G Cameroon 3 Serbia 3 Highlights
Sunday, Nov 27. E Spain 1 Germany 1 Highlights
Sunday, Nov 27. F Croatia 4 Canada 1 Highlights
Sunday, Nov 27. F Belgium 0 Morocco 2 Highlights
Sunday, Nov 27. E Japan 0 Costa Rica 1 Highlights
Saturday, Nov. 26 C Argentina 2 Mexico 0 Highlights
Saturday, Nov. 26 D France 2 Denmark 1 Highlights
Saturday, Nov. 26 C Poland 2 Saudi Arabia 0 Highlights
Saturday, Nov. 26 D Tunisia 0 Australia 1 Highlights
Friday, Nov. 25 B England 0 USA 0 Highlights
Friday, Nov. 25 A Netherlands 1 Ecuador 1 Highlights
Friday, Nov. 25 A Qatar 1 Senegal 3 Highlights
Friday, Nov. 25 B Wales 0 Iran 2 Highlights
Thursday, Nov 24. G Brazil 2 Serbia 0 Highlights
Thursday, Nov. 24 H Portugal 3 Ghana 2 Highlights
Thursday, Nov. 24 H Uruguay 0 South Korea 0 Highlights
Thursday, Nov. 24 G Switzerland 1 Cameroon 0 Highlights
Wednesday, Nov. 23 F Belgium 1 Canada 0 Highlights
Wednesday, Nov. 23 E Spain 7 Costa Rica 0 Highlights
Wednesday, Nov. 23 E Germany 1 Japan 2 Highlights
Wednesday, Nov. 23 F Morocco 0 Croatia 0 Highlights
Tuesday, Nov. 22 D France 4 Australia 1 Highlights
Tuesday, Nov. 22 C Mexico 0 Poland 0 Highlights
Tuesday, Nov. 22 D Denmark 0 Tunisia 0 Highlights
Tuesday, Nov. 22 C Argentina 1 Saudi Arabia 2 Highlights
Monday, Nov. 21 B USA 1 Wales 1 Highlights
Monday, Nov. 21 A Senegal Netherlands 2 Highlights
Monday, Nov. 21 B England 6 Iran 2 Highlights
Sunday, Nov. 20 A Qatar 0 Ecuador 2 Highlights

2022 World Cup matches tomorrow

The final round of group games continues on Nov. 30, with the prospect of matches being played simultaneously to add to the thrilling drama.

Here's how the day shapes up, with both Argentina and France in action. 

Time (ET) Match Group Stadium
10 a.m. Tunisia vs France D Education City
10 a.m. Australia vs Denmark D Al Janoub
2 p.m. Saudi Arabia vs Mexico C Lusail
2 p.m. Poland vs Argentina C Stadium 974

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