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2022 Men’s World Cup QF Game Thread: Croatia, Argentina advance on penalties! Brazil, Netherlands out!

Will it be an all-South American Semi-Final?

Argentina Training Session - FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Photo by Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images

The FIFA 2022 Men’s World Cup Quarter-Finals are here! Leo Messi and Neymar Jr take the field. Are the ex-FC Barcelona teammates headed towards a famous showdown in the semis? Or will Real Madrid’s ageless wonder Luka Modrić have something to say about that? Can the Netherlands stop the Argentinian attack without out-of-favor Bayern Munich defender Matthijs de Ligt?

Dec 9: Quarter-finals

  • Croatia vs Brazil | 10AM EST
  • Netherlands vs Argentina | 2PM EST

TV/Streaming: Peacock Premium (USA, en español); BBC/ITV (UK); Find Your Country

If you’d like to check back on our pre-tournament predictions and have a laugh about how badly we got it wrong, we’ve got you covered:

Groups A & B | Groups C & D | Groups E & F | Groups G & H

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