Live broadcast - World Cup 2022: Scaloni defends Argentina players after incidents against the Netherlands
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Live broadcast – World Cup 2022: Scaloni defends Argentina players after incidents against the Netherlands

An air bridge was set up between Morocco and Qatar for supporters of the Atlas Lions

Royal Air Maroc (RAM) has decided to operate nearly 30 special flights between Casablanca and Doha on Tuesday and Wednesday in order to transport Moroccan fans to the World Cup semi-finals against France (Wednesday, 8 pm).

“To allow the many Moroccans willing to support the national team in its saga and experience the emotion of the World Cup semi-finals (…), Royal Air Maroc has established a real air bridge between Casablanca and Doha,” reads a statement by Royal Air Maroc released on Monday.

“It has a historical qualification, a historical device,” the airline boasts: approximately 30 flights will be provided by “jumbo jets” on the eve and day of the match between Mohammed V Airport in Casablanca, the most populous city in the Kingdom, and Doha.

>>> More information about the airlift here

“We want more,” the Croatian coach exclaimed before facing Argentina

Zlatko Dalic, Croatia coach, in a press conference: “We are in the top four teams in the world. It is an extraordinary success for Croatia, to achieve this in two consecutive World Cups. But we want more, even if we play the great Argentina led by Messi. They have more pressure From us. I’m an optimist by nature. I have faith in my players, in their qualities and strength of character. To repeat this feat four years later with a new team, it’s incredible, a huge success. If we win tomorrow, it will be the biggest game in our history. I couldn’t imagine leading Croatia in two World Cups and getting to the final and at least the semi-finals, I thought it was reserved for others. But I took my chance and I’m glad I had the chance. I’m proud of what we did, Croatia and my players. It was one of my dreams, to be a coach For Croatia, but I couldn’t dream what I’m going through right now.”

Scaloni: Argentina ‘respect all opponents’

Argentina coach Lionel Scaloni confirmed today, Monday, that he and his team respect the Netherlands “like all their competitors” after the events that marked the World Cup quarter-finals between the two teams on Friday.

“The match was the other day as it was supposed to be played, whether on the Argentine side or on the Dutch side. This is football. There are times when you attack, there are other times when you defend and there can be discussions, but there are times when you attack,” Scaloni said.

He added, “Everyone should know how to win and know how to lose. We lost to Saudi Arabia and remained calm. We won the Copa America in Brazil and there were very beautiful pictures with Messi, Neymar and Paredes…”. .

Again, Scaloni said, “I don’t agree with the idea that we can’t win. I completely reject it, it’s far from the truth. We respect Holland, as we respect Croatia and all our opponents.”

>> All information here.

Argentina and the Netherlands: “Messi insulted Weghorst much more before the interview,” says the interviewer

The scene was typical of the World Cup. In response to a question from the Argentine newspaper Olé, behind the scenes of this altercation, Esteban Edol, journalist for TyC Sports and author of this interview, said:

“After the game, they were all fighting in the dressing room, not just Messi. Van Dijk was fighting with Otamendi. It looked like Lanus-Banfield or Newell’s-Central, but he had more of a mouth because they were world stars,” Edul describes. Messi got angry mainly because of the penalty shootout, when the Dutch tried to block the Argentines. (Weghorst) the 19th was waiting in the tunnel, approaching Messi and asking him for his shirt. From there Leo started to heat up, he didn’t understand the Dutch player, he stopped and Messi was insulting him, he was insulting him much more Before the start of the interview he was a little calm. Leo didn’t count at any point during the interview. He was so hot he didn’t even look at me or listen to my questions. I asked him about his great pass to Molina and he told me about Van Gaal, FIFA… I couldn’t ask him. He We were on the air, and I told him: ‘Calm Leo’ because there were a lot of people from FIFA and you never know what could happen.

The refereeing of England and France kept Turpin and Frappart expelled from the World Cup

The FIFA Referees Committee has decided to select the officials who will continue their adventure during the Qatar World Cup. Logically, French referee Clément Turpin and Stephanie Frappart were sent off for the Blues’ track. The same applies to Spain’s Antonio Mateo Lahoz, who is responsible for the quarter-finals between Argentina and the Netherlands.

On the other hand, the disputed referee in England and France, Brazilian Wilton Sampaio, is among the detainees. We must know this Monday the name of the central referee for the semi-final between France and Morocco. The other semi-finalist, Argentina vs Croatia, has already been revealed: Italy’s Daniele Orsato.

Harit arrived in Doha and appeared with Sayes

OM player Amine Harit arrived in Qatar to support the Moroccan national team, which is challenging France on Wednesday in the World Cup semi-finals. Injured his left knee ligament on November 13 against Monaco (2-3 win), he saw his dream of participating in the World Cup with the Atlas Lions go up in smoke.

In an Instagram post by Moroccan captain Romain Sayess, we see Harit alongside his teammate. “My brother is finally among us. This adventure is yours too, let’s not forget your blood.”

“The best team of the evening came out,” Bellingham raved after defeat by France

Jude Bellingham (19) cannot digest England’s elimination against France (2-1) in the World Cup quarter-finals. Like the Belgian players after the 2018 semi-final, he believes “the better team is out”.

“This is going to be painful for a very long time,” fired the midfielder. The best team came out in the evening, sometimes the football. Anyway, I’m very proud of the effort, the fight, and the performance of my teammates throughout the tournament. Thanks also to the fans for the love and support over the last few weeks. “The past, please stay with us even in this difficult time as we use this experience to continue growing as a team for future tournaments. Keep our faith, come on.”

The death of a second journalist during the World Cup

A second journalist died while watching the World Cup in Qatar. Qatari photographer Khaled Al-Musallam passed away “suddenly” this weekend, according to the “Gulf Times”, which explains that the circumstances of his death have not yet been determined. His death comes a few hours after the death of American journalist Grant Wahl (48), which occurred on Friday during the quarter-finals between Argentina and the Netherlands. The latter explained that, at the start of the World Cup, he was briefly detained by the security services for wearing a rainbow shirt.

Semi-final programme

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

8pm: Argentina-Croatia (TF1, beIN Sports)

Wednesday, December 14, 2022

8pm France time – Morocco (TF1, beIN Sports)

Good morning all

Welcome to the live stream to find all the information before the World Cup semi-finals on Tuesday (Croatia-Argentina, 8pm), and then Wednesday (France-Morocco, 8pm).

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