Munich – Before the start of the World Cup in Qatar, some of the finalists will play a friendly match. he ran It gives an overview of the results of the friendly match on Wednesday 16 November:
United Arab Emirates – Argentina: 0: 5 (0: 4)
Argentina, two-time world champions of soccer, travel to the World Cup in Qatar with a clear victory in their baggage. Led by the duo Angel Di Maria (25/36), coach Lionel Scaloni’s team won 5-0 (4-0) against the United Arab Emirates. Julian Alvarez (17), captain Lionel Messi (44) and Joaquin Correa (60) scored the other goals. Exekil Palacios of Bayer Leverkusen, the Bundesliga player, was on the bench for 90 minutes.
The current South American champions will face Saudi Arabia in Group C at the World Cup on November 22. Other opponents are Mexico and Poland.
Scorers: Lionel Messi, Angel Di Maria (2x), Julian Alvarez, Angel Correa
Saudi Arabia – Croatia: 0: 1 (0: 0)
World champion Croatia, rehearsal for the World Cup in Qatar, beat Saudi Arabia 1-0 (0-0). Bundesliga professional Andrej Kramaric of TSG Hoffenheim scored the decisive goal of the match in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, with the help of Real Madrid star Luka Modric (82).
Croatia kicks off the tournament against Morocco on November 23rd. Other competitors in Group F are Canada and Belgium. Saudi Arabia will start the World Cup against South American champions Argentina the day before and will meet Mexico and Poland in the remaining Group C matches.
scorer: Andrej Kramarek
Tunisia-Iran: 2-0 (0-0)
With Elias Skhiri of Bundesliga club 1. FC Cologne in the starting line-up, Tunisia won World Cup rehearsal. The 2004 African champions beat Iran 2-0 (0-0) in Al-Rayyan/Qatar. Naim Al-Sleiti scored the two goals (86 minutes) and Ali Abdi (90).
Tunisia kicks off the World Cup against Denmark on November 22nd. The other opponents in Group D are the defending champions France and Australia. The Iranians start the tournament on November 21 against England. USA and Wales complete Group B.
Scorers: Naim Al-Sulaiti and Ali Abdi
Poland-Chile: 1-0 (0-0)
Without resting world football player Robert Lewandowski, Poland won the last test before the World Cup in Qatar. Coach Czeslaw Micniewicz’s team defeated two-time Copa America champions Chile 1-0 (0-0) in Warsaw with a late goal from Krzysztof Piatek (85′).
Robert Jomni of Bundesliga club FC Augsburg was in the starting line-up and was played through by Jakob Kaminski of Wolfsburg in the 59th minute.
For Poland, the World Cup kicks off on November 22 against Mexico. Also expected in Group C are the two contenders for the title, Argentina and Saudi Arabia.
scorer: Krzysztof Piatek
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