World Cup 2022: Semifinalists Aim for Historic Victories
And then there were four. Messi-led Argentina, Euro-power Croatia, defending champion France and surprising Morocco have survived the travails of their difficult roads to the semifinals. Would it surprise you to know that only Croatia and Morocco haven’t yet lost in Qatar? Here’s what to expect in the remaining games. Plus, a closer look at the first-ever African semifinalist, what went wrong (or didn't) with England, and a goodbye to Ronaldo, Neymar and the beloved soccer scribe Grant Wahl.
What to Know about the Semifinals
Miraculous Morocco makes African World Cup History
What's next for the three lions?
Ronaldo: 'time to take stock'
Cristiano Ronaldo has said in a cryptic social media post that his dream of winning the World Cup with Portugal has ended DOHA, Qatar -- Cristiano …
Will Neymar Wait four years for Another Shot?
As unlucky as one of the most talented players in history can be, with millions of dollars and worldwide fame
The Sudden Death of Grant Wahl Casts a Pall over Qatar
The sudden death of journalist Grant Wahl continues to hang over the World Cup. Wahl, who was perhaps the best-known soccer writer in the United …
a goal so celebrated that it’s often called the best of all time
The Ringer’s 22 Goals: The Story of the World Cup, a podcast by Brian Phillips, tells the story of some of the most iconic goals and players in the …
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