The 2022 FIFA World Cup group stage matches are nearing completion, and seven countries have already qualified for the tournament’s Round of 16.
After defeating Denmark in its second group-stage match, France became the first country to qualify for the pre-quarterfinals.
Brazil and Portugal also advanced to the Round of 16 after defeating Switzerland and Uruguay in their respective group-stage matches.
The Netherlands also advanced to the next round of the event on Tuesday, November 29, with a 2-0 victory over host Qatar.
Senegal, on the other hand, became the first African country to qualify for the 2022 World Cup Round of 16 after defeating Ecuador 2-1 on Tuesday.
England and the United States advanced to the Round of 16 after defeating Wales and Iran in their last group-stage matches.
The Three Lions defeated Wales 3-0, while the United States defeated Iran 1-0.