“Time to know, lose, win” opens 8 interesting statistics before the match “Croatia” against “Morocco” World Cup 2022, the third match tonight at ten in the evening.
On December 17, 2022, unlock 8 interesting statistics ahead of the 2022 World Cup match, the third-place match between the Croatia national team and the Morocco national team tonight at 22:00 Thai time, broadcast live on True4U24 and PP TV.
- Croatia have only faced Morocco twice and drew in regular time in the semi-finals of the 1996 King Hassan II Cup (2-2 on penalties, Croatia won 7-6), and more recently in the World 2022, first group stage, group F (draw 0-0)
- Third place in the World Cup in the last 20 times there has been no penalty shootout before. The only extra time was in 1986 (France beat Belgium 4-2 after drawing 2-2 after 90 minutes).
- European countries have won the World Cup third-place qualification 17 times, and only two non-European countries have won this round: Brazil (twice, 1938, 1978) and Chile (once in 1962).
- Croatia has participated in the World Cup final once before, in 1998, their first participation in the tournament, beating the Netherlands 2-1.
- Morocco national team manager Walid Regragui prepares to take charge of a team in tonight’s World Cup final for the seventh game, which will be the highest record for any manager on the African continent, equal to Aliou Cisse (Senegal).
- Croatia lost to Argentina 0-3 in the semifinals. This is considered to be the same goal loss as the first 5 games of the 2022 World Cup combined (three group stages, round of 16, round of 16) and “checkered” is also the team hit by the opponents with the most goals in the tournament in Qatar (75 times).
- Morocco lost to France 0-2 in the semifinals. The number of goals conceded is higher than the first five matches of the 2022 World Cup combined (3 games in the group stage, the round of 16, the round of 16 conceded only one goal).
- Morocco went four games without conceding at the 2022 World Cup, becoming the eighth team to keep five clean sheets in a tournament after the Netherlands (1974), Italy (1990), Brazil (1994), and France ( 1998). Germany (2002), Italy (2006), and Spain (2010).