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World Cup 2022: how to watch in 4K, schedule, start times, TV channel for Germany, Spain, Belgium, Morocco, Croatia The World Cup kicked off on Nov. 20 and culminates with the final on Dec. 18 as fans of the beautiful game will get to experience what will be 64 incredibly entertaining matches. For those not traveling to Qatar, what better way to watch it than in 4K gameshdtv.

Group F: Morocco vs. Croatia
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 23
Location: Lusail Stadium, Lusail, Qatar

What to know: The outcome of this match should tell us who is one of the top candidates to go through past the group stage, with Belgium and Canada clashing later on the day. Croatia’s best-ever finish in the competition was in Russia four years ago when they made it all the way to the final, only to lose 4-2 to eventual champions France. Luka Modric, the heart and soul of that team, will likely begin his last World Cup campaign. You can bet he wants to leave his mark in Qatar.

Group E: Germany vs. Japan
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 23
Location: Education City Stadium, Al Rayyan, Qatar

What to know: After a very disappointing 2018 campaign that saw them eliminated in the group stage, the Germans are back with Hansi Flick in charge and ready to start their redemption tour against Japan. The former Bayern Munich coach took over the reins from Joachim Low after Euro 2020. Low stepped down after 15 years at the helm, a period in which he led the side to glory at Brazil 2014. Germany are in the midst of a fresh-faced incarnation, operating with intensity and guile while playing attractive football.

Group E: Spain vs. Costa Rica
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 23
Location: Stadium 974, Doha, Qatar

Spain are renovating the roster and the former FC Barcelona coach decided to not include Spanish legend Sergio Ramos and opted for younger players. On the other hand, Costa Rica will be hoping to produce a better campaign in comparison to 2018, when they finished bottom of a group that featured Brazil, Switzerland and Serbia.

Group F: Belgium vs. Canada
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 23
Location: Al Wakrah Sports Club, Al Wakrah, Qatar

What to know: Belgium and Canada will conclude Day 4 with a very interesting clash that will tell us much more about their aspirations in Qatar. While Canada have only qualified for the World Cup once before this, Belgium are making their 14th World Cup appearance. After an incredible and unexpected Day 3 of the 2022 World Cup with Argentina losing 2-1 to Saudi Arabia and underdogs Tunisia drawing to Denmark, we now head into Day 4 of the most important soccer competition of the world.

England made a scintillating start to their World Cup campaign as Bukayo Saka and Jude Bellingham inspired a 6-2 rout of outclassed Iran in Monday’s Group B opener in Doha. Saka and Bellingham were England’s driving forces with dynamic displays that underlined their emergence as two of the game’s brightest young stars. Bellingham, 19, shattered Iran’s hopes of frustrating England when he rose to head his maiden senior international goal in the first half.

Gareth Southgate’s side were in sparkling form at the Khalifa International Stadium and goals from Saka and Raheem Sterling put them in complete control before half-time. Saka, 21, netted again after the interval and, although Mehdi Taremi struck twice for Iran, Marcus Rashford and Jack Grealish completed the demolition. There will be far sterner tests to come for England as they bid to win their first major trophy since the 1966 World Cup.

But this was a welcome step in the right direction for Southgate, whose team arrived in Qatar on a six-match winless run that triggered scathing criticism of the Three Lions boss and his perceived negative tactics. England play their second match against the United States on Friday and conclude their Group B fixtures against Wales on November 29.

Having reached the World Cup semi-finals in 2018 before losing to Italy in the Euro 2020 final, England are desperate to take the last step to silverware in Doha. Southgate had urged his team “play on the front foot” and they responded in style, after initially finding their rhythm disrupted by a long delay when Iran goalkeeper Alireza Beiranvand smashed into team-mate Majid Hosseini.

England eventually penned Iran deep inside their own half and Bellingham delivered in the 35th minute. Playing for Birmingham in the Championship just two years ago, the Borussia Dortmund star’s goal made him England’s second youngest scorer at a World Cup behind Michael Owen.

Eight minutes later another of England’s gifted prodigies doubled the lead. Maguire headed down a corner and Arsenal forward Saka swivelled to lash a superb left-foot finish into the top corner. Sterling put the result beyond doubt with his first goal at a World Cup in first-half stoppage time.

Saka made it four in the 62nd minute when he shuffled across the Iran area before stroking his shot past Hossein Hosseini. Taremi fired into the roof of the net to reduce the deficit three minutes later. Taremi struck from the penalty spot with the last kick of the game after a shirt pull by John Stones, but the margin of victory reflected England’s total dominance.

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