France spared, the group of death for Germany and Spain, Senegal has every chance… the results of the draw!

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The draw for the 2022 World Cup having been made this Friday in Doha, some lessons can be learned while waiting for the start of the competition on November 21, 2022.

For the France team, placed in group D, the band of Didier Deschamps inherited a rather lenient draw with Denmark, Tunisia and the winner of one of the intercontinental play-offs (United Arab Emirates, Australia or Peru) . While the Blues can find themselves with two teams (Denmark, Australia or Peru) already faced during the coronation of 2018, the objective remains clearly the first place, even if Tunisia will hope to play the spoilsports. Beware, however, of the curse of the reigning world champion, who has already hit France in 2002, then Italy in 2010, Spain in 2014 and Germany in 2018.

As with each edition of a World Cup, a group of death emerged, this time consisting of Spain, Germany, Japan and the winner of the other intercontinental dam (Costa Rica or New Zealand). If the Roja and the Mannschaft should compete for first place in this group E, surprises are still possible.

Reigning African champion, Senegal has inherited a fairly homogeneous group A, made up of Qatar, the Netherlands and Ecuador. For Aliou Cissé’s men, a qualification for the finals seems entirely possible even if Qatar, as host country, and Ecuador, which caused problems for Brazil and Argentina during the qualifiers , will have their death to say.

In the other groups, beautiful posters are to be expected such as England – United States (Group B), Argentina – Mexico (Group C), Belgium – Morocco (Group F), Brazil – Cameroon (Group G) or Portugal – Uruguay (Group H).

In short, everything comes together to experience an exciting competition.

The eight groups

Group A : Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands

Group B : England, Iran, United States, Wales, Scotland or Ukraine

Group C : Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland

Group D : FrancePeru, Australia or United Arab Emirates, Denmark, Tunisia

Group E : Spain, Germany, Japan, Costa Rica or New Zealand

Group F : Belgium, Morocco, Croatia, Canada

Group G : Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon

Group H : Portugal, Uruguay, South Korea, Ghana

to summarize

With the draw for the 2022 World Cup now complete, the time has come to take stock of the highlights of a few groups. Regarding the France team, the Blues have fallen into a rather affordable group.

Etienne Leray

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