At the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium in Qatar, the second FIFA World Cup 2022 matchup in Group F will take place on November 24 between Canada and European powerhouse Belgium.
For Canada, which is playing in its first World Cup game in 36 years, it is all about “confidence, not hope.” For Belgium, their FIFA World Cup 2022 opening may be the last opportunity for many members of their “Golden Generation” to win a major tournament.
Belgium Vs Canada Head-to-Head:
Belgium wins: 1
Canada wins: 0
Belgium goals: 2
Canada goals: 0
Belgium Vs Canada World Cup 2022 Date, Time & Venue:
The match between Belgium and Canada will take place at Ahmed bin Ali Stadium in Al Rayyan on November 24 at 12:30 AM (IST).
Belgium Vs Canada World Cup 2022 Live-streaming details:
The match between Belgium and Canada will be live-streamed for free on the Jio Cinema app and website, as well as on the Sports18 and Sports18 HD TV channels in India.
Belgium Vs Canada Prediction:
Experts say that Belgium will have a higher chance of winning over Canada’s inexperience due to their team’s greater experience and World Cup appearances. Prediction: Canada 3–1 Belgium.
World Cup 2022 Belgium
As a result of Belgium’s defeats in the Nations League finals and the Euro 2020 final, manager Roberto Martinez is under intense pressure to perform. Martinez is seeking some kind of magic on the pitch after being accused of not understanding how to win after Belgium was eliminated from the Nations League by France.
This tournament probably offers the final opportunity for the country’s golden generation to leave a mark. However, Belgium will encounter difficulties in this year’s competition as they take against Canada, Morocco, an African powerhouse, and Croatia, the 2014 World Cup runners-up. The Belgian squad stunned spectators with a historic victory over Brazil and Japan four years ago, advancing to the semifinals and finishing third – their best-ever World Cup performance.
Canada World Cup 2022
On the other hand, Canada defied expectations to win the CONCACAF qualifying final group, securing a spot in Qatar 2022 via automatic qualification. Expectations have been heightened by Canada’s successful qualifying campaign, but it would still be a huge surprise if they were able to get past their challenging starting group.
With victories over powerhouses Mexico and the USA in eight of their 14 games, the Maple Leafs successfully qualified for the tournament. Alphonso Davies, a 22-year-old player for Bayern Munich, is the standout.
After making its sole appearance at the World Cup in Mexico in 1986, the Canadian national men’s football team has now advanced to the sport’s greatest tournament twice. As a result, the team lost all three of its games in the tournament’s initial phase 36 years ago. This set the scene for what may be a historic event in Qatar in 2022.