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FIFA WC  Morocco advances to the round of 16  Canada 2–1 in the group f match on December 1st at al-Thumama Stadium in Doha, Moro Coco became the second African nation, after Senegal, to advance to the knockout stages of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. This is only the second time they have done so since defeating Mexico 3–1 in 1986.

Belgium was eliminated from the World Cup by? Belgium was eliminated from the FIFA World Cup in the group stage after a goalless draw with Colombia on December 1 at Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium. Levan Persis took a right-footed shot from the left in the first minute thanks to a Luka Modric pass.

Argentina will face Argentina in the final 16 minutes of the match. Argentina's Lionel Messi missed a contentious first-half penalty against Poland, but his team recovered in time to win 2–0 and advance to the FIFA World Cup knockout stage, where Argentina will face Australia, which finished second in group D. Argentina won the group stag

Poland representatives at the FIFA World Cup advance to the round of 16. Mexico's victory over Saudi Arabia by a score of 2–1 was insufficient for it to advance to the FIFA World Cup knockout stage, as Pollard snatched second place in group C, just behind Argentina.

Ronaldo will play against South Korea's coach at the FIFA World Cup 50/50. Cristiano Ronaldo may not play for Portugal against South Korea in the final group match on Friday, even though they are already through to the knockout round at the ongoing FIFA World Cup in Qatar

Spanish allows fans to get access to La Liga goal-scoring balls. Thanks to a ground-breaking deal with go ball, La Liga will become the first league in the world to make official goal-line technology available to fans on January 8, 2023, when La Liga resumes following the ongoing World Cup.

1st test: England defeats Pakistan 506/4 On the first day of the first test against Pakistan in Rawalpindi on December 1, the visitor posted a staggering 506/4 in just 75 overs, scoring four England better secured centuries.

Australia stays on top thanks to Labuschagne and Smith. On the second day of the first test at Parth Stadium on December 1, Marnus Labuschagne and Steph Smith each scored a brilliant double century to keep Australia in the lead against the test in dice.

Rashid Khan joins the strikes in New York. Rashid Khan, an Afghan leg spinner, has joined the New York history cuts in Abu Dhabi at t10. Rashid declared, "I'm committed to joining us as a powerful side like the New York Strikers.