World Cup 2022 news, scores, fixtures for Day 4: Live updates, analysis and reaction

in 2022 November 23 10:17 a.m EST

Japan shocked Germany 2-1

After Saudi Arabia’s stunning upset of Argentina yesterday, Japan got in on the fun, beating 2014 by the same scoreline. world champions.

Germany took the lead at half-time through Ilkay Gundogan, but Japan made a stunning second-half comeback with goals from Ritsu Doan and Takuma Asano in the final 15 minutes.

Germany could be in trouble when they play Spain in their next game, while Japan could qualify for the knockout stages after beating Costa Rica in their next game.

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Result Germany v Japan: Asano scored a sensational winner for Samurai Blue

in 2022 November 23 9:30 a.m EST

Stojkovic: Mitrovic is fit for Brazil match, Serbia ‘not afraid of anything’

Serbia coach Dragan Stojkovic spoke to the press today ahead of tomorrow’s match against Brazil. He said Aleksandar Mitrovic is fit after suffering a foot injury in recent weeks and Filip Kostic’s availability is a “big question mark”.

He said: “He (Mitrovic) is working with the team, he’s not in pain. That’s good news. As for Kostic, he’s a big question mark and he’s been injured since the Juventus game. He’s got some muscle fatigue. I want to be honest.”

Speaking about Serbia’s confidence against Brazil, he added: “You said four strikers against Serbia? Then we’ll be done… But will anyone play defense? (laughs) You see, Brazil is a great team and one of the best. in the world and this is the golden generation of football players. Brazil have a chance to win, but we fear nothing in the world – not even Brazil. I’m sorry, but it’s true, we’re not afraid of anything.”

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in 2022 November 23 8:52 a.m EST

English and US officials appointed

Venezuela’s Jesus Valenzuela will take charge of England and the United States on Friday.

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in 2022 November 23 8:48 a.m EST

Experienced Belgium will start later

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in 2022 November 23 8:42 a.m EST

Germany leads Japan 1-0

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in 2022 November 23 8:25 a.m EST

Thiago Silva vs Neymar

“I think Neymar now has a good level for this competition, he has a different preparation compared to the previous World Cup because in 2018 he suffered an injury. Really now with a different preparation without any injury, without any worry, we see a better Neymar. , and the best thing is that he is humble, I think our group has accepted all our colleagues and in my opinion they will allow Neymar to relax even more with us, we will share our responsibilities and I think this will help us to go forward.

James Horncastle

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in 2022 November 23 8:11 a.m EST

Germany cover their mouths in team photo to protest FIFA ban on OneLove armband

The German team covered their mouths in their team photo before their World Cup opener against Japan to protest FIFA’s ban on the use of the OneLove armband.

The German FA (DFB) confirmed that the team came up with the idea.

On Monday, England, Germany, the Netherlands and other European nations refused to wear the armband to promote diversity and inclusion.

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Germany cover their mouths in team photo to protest FIFA ban on OneLove armband

in 2022 November 23 7:53 am EST

Jordan Pickford on Harry Kane

“I think he’s fine – a bit sore but he’s on the grass today, he’s our captain and I think he’s fine”

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in 2022 November 23 7:40 a.m EST

Where is Joel Glazer?

The Athletic. Laurie Whitwell was looking for a reclusive owner in the United States last month. Did he find it? Did he talk?

But the search was still instructive…

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in 2022 November 23 7:17 a.m EST

Bruno Fernandes on Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure from Manchester United.

“I don’t feel uncomfortable. I don’t have to choose a side. Playing for the national team with Ronaldo was a privilege and at the club it was a dream come true and I’ve always said that. Cristiano has always been an inspiration to me. It was a dream, but we know nothing lasts forever. And now Cristiano has made a decision about his life and career, and we have to respect every decision.

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EPL Staff Editor

in 2022 November 23 7:00 a.m EST

Join the Totally Football Show

Need something to listen to while you eat the Germany vs Japan watch? Why not try the Totally Football Show? Host James Richardson reflects on a rather extraordinary day in Qatar and talks to our very own Josh Kloke ahead of Canada’s big day. Listen here.

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in 2022 November 23 6:48 a.m EST

Wales add rainbow flags to the corners during training

They were one of seven countries banned from wearing the #OneLove armband on Monday. The USMNT also changed the color of their crest around the training center.

Maybe FIFA will decide it’s a political symbol too…

(Photo: NICOLAS TUCAT/AFP via Getty Images)

Jacob Whitehead

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in 2022 November 23 6:32 a.m EST

Lewandowski will remain in penalties for Poland

Poland coach Czeslaw Michniewicz says captain Robert Lewandowski will remain on penalty kicks for Poland despite their 0-0 draw with Mexico yesterday.

Based on expected strikeouts, 74 percent. time would be scored with the power of a penalty and a penalty would be awarded.

“No coach tells a player how to score a penalty. Two days ago, in training, he did something different. He made a certain decision during the match, but it’s not the end of the world. Lewy knows how to throw penalties. In my opinion, there will be no change in the case of the possible punishment against Saudi Arabia. Unless it was Robert’s decision.

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in 2022 November 23 6:23 am EST

Mazraoui was injured for Morocco

Ooo. It didn’t look good. The Bayern Munich full-back is one of Morocco’s great players, but he needed to step up on the hour mark.

He was treated a few minutes ago, but fell again. The injury appeared to be caused by his diving head first as he landed awkwardly. He was clutching his right shoulder. Not a bad picture. In Morocco’s first change at left-back, Attait-Allah will replace Mazraoui.

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Jacob Whitehead

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in 2022 November 23 6:14 a.m EST

Can World Cup teams replace injured players?

After a few days of action in Qatar, we’ve already seen one serious injury, a couple of concussions and a scare for the England captain.

Lucas Hernandez’s World Cup, and possibly his season, was brought to an all-too-early end just 13 minutes into France’s win over Australia. The Bayern Munich defender suffered a serious knee injury in the Socceroos’ opener, it has been confirmed.

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But can they be replaced? Ed Mackey explains.

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Can World Cup teams replace injured players?

in 2022 November 23 6:00 a.m EST

Half time Morocco v Croatia

0-0 but an entertaining game so far and Morocco perhaps look the better side.

Follow updates here.

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in 2022 November 23 5:48 a.m EST

Today’s athletic football podcast

Arguably the world’s most famous footballer is playing in the World Cup, Manchester United fans can finally say goodbye to their unwanted owners, and England’s captain and talisman will have to wait out a nervous ankle injury. All in all, Tuesday was chaos.

Catch all the reaction and analysis on these three big stories with David Ornstein, Adam Crafton, Matt Slater, Adam Leventhal and Laura Williamson on this morning’s Athletics Football Podcast. Free on Apple, Spotify and all the usual podcast providers.

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in 2022 November 23 5:35 a.m EST

Keylor Navas’ incredible adventure with Costa Rica: ‘The World Cup changed my life’

Costa Rica are the most successful team in Central American football and start their next World Cup campaign later today.

The Athletic. Dermot Corrigan spoke to captain Keylor Navas.

“The national team always helped me, even though I didn’t always play (for my club),” he says. “I was always able to perform at a high level for them. Nobody ever gave me anything. In every match with the national team, I had to show that I deserved to be a starter.

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Keylor Navas on incredible adventure with Costa Rica: ‘The World Cup changed my life’

in 2022 November 23 5:15 a.m EST

Luis Enrique is a fan of extra time

Spain coach Luis Enrique is on Twitch! How young! How liberated!

He will be providing updates from here throughout the tournament and has provided some interesting commentary on all the extra time he has seen so far – more than 10 minutes on several occasions.

“I really like all the extra time, mainly because teams like us who have a lot of possession always complain that we don’t really play enough time.

“So I think it’s amazing to play so much extra time in both halves, at the most efficient time possible (the better). Any team can play as they want, but the more quality minutes played, the better. So I am very much in favor of this measure, it is the right thing to do.

(Photo: JAVIER SORIANO/AFP via Getty Images)

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