The final standings for the first two groups in the World Cup and the teams advancing to the round of 16


Today witnessed the beginning of the official elimination stage from the World Cup with the start of the third round of the group stage, where 4 teams officially bid farewell to the tournament, which are Qatar, Ecuador from Group A, and Iran and Wales from Group Two, after strong confrontations that took place today.

The Netherlands, Senegal, England and America were officially promoted from the first and second groups, without any surprises, except for Ecuador, which presented strong matches and was close to climbing had it not been for the Senegalese national team's victory today.

The first match, the Dutch national team did not face any difficulty overcoming the Qatar national team with two goals free of charge, while the second match between Senegal and Ecuador was very strong, and Senegal succeeded in ascending for the first time in 20 years.

Likewise, in the second group, where England did not face any difficulty in beating Wales by three, while the summit of America and Iran was very strong, and America succeeded in snatching the winning goal and climbing.

In the second round of the quarter-finals, the Netherlands national team will meet America, while the Senegalese national team will face the strength of the England national team in a match that may be easy for the English to advance to the quarter-finals.

Results of today's matches

Qatar - Netherlands 0-2

Ecuador - Senegal 1-2

England - Wales 3-0

America - Iran 1-0

The final standings of the first group,

Netherlands 7

Senegal 6

Ecuador 4

Qatar 0

The final standings of Group Two

: England 7

America 5

Iran 3

Wales 1

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