Thrilling games were played in the quarterfinal rounds of The 2022 FIFA World Cup. Now the stage for the semi-finals has been set. Four teams Croatia, Argentina, Morocco, and France have qualified for FIFA 2022.
The International football tournament is taking place in Qatar, it started off on Nov 20 and the finale will be held on Dec 18, 2022. The semi-final stage will kick off on Wed, Dec 14.
Argentina will face Croatia after beating the Netherlands in the quarterfinals. Whereas Morocco will take on France after defeating star-studded Portugal in the quarterfinals becoming the first African nation to play in the semifinal. It will compete against the defending champions France.
Croatia and Morocco arguably defeated stronger opponents to enter the semis. Now with many upsets in the tournament, 4 teams have qualified for FIFA World Cup 2022.
FIFA World Cup 2022 Schedule
Four teams, Argentina, Croatia, France, and Morocco have qualified for the semis, the two winners will clash in the final on Dec 18.
Where and When to Watch Live
Argentina Vs Croatia: 14 December 2022, Wednesday at 12:30 am IST
France Vs Morocco: 15 December 2022, Thursday at 12:30 am IST
Venue and OTT platform?
Croatia Vs Argentina will be played on Lusail Stadium while Morocco Vs France will be played on Al Bayt Stadium. The semi-finals of the Qatar world cup can be watched on Sports 18 Channel Television. Talking about the OTT platform the semi-finals will be streamed live on Jio Cinema App.
‘Al Hilm’ is to be used for Semi-Finals and Final
The match ball called Al Hilm will replace Al Rihla in the upcoming semi-finals and the final. Al Rihla was the match ball that was used in the tournament till the quarterfinal stages.
Al Hilm has been unveiled by Adidas, it translates to ‘The Dream’ in Arabic. It will include the same technology as Al Rihla. The teams in the semi-finals have started using Al Hilm during training sessions.
Al Rihla had the unprecedented Adidas ‘Connected Ball’ technology which helped the match official make quicker and more accurate decisions during the matches. Stay tuned to know more updates on FIFA World Cup 2022.