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Schedules and results of the Real Madrid players at the World Cup

NEWS STORY. 01/12/2022

Camavinga and Tchouameni face England with France in the quarter-finals, while Modrić’s Croatia meet a Brazil side featuring Vini Jr., Rodrygo and Militão.

The following Real Madrid players are currently involved in the last-16 of the Qatar 2022 World Cup: Carvajal and Asensio for Spain; Camavinga and Tchouameni for France; Modrić for Croatia; and Vini Jr., Rodrygo and Militão for Brazil. Valverde for Uruguay; Courtois and Hazard, for Belgium; and Rüdiger for Germany, were also involved in the tournament.

SPAIN
Last 16
Morocco- Spain (0-0 3-0 on penalties)
Spain lost on penalties against Morocco at the Education City Stadium (Doha) and didn't make it the to  the quarterfinals. Asensio was a starter and played 63 minutes. Carvajal did not play.

Group stage
Spain-Costa Rica (7-0)
Spain-Germany (1-1)
Japan-Spain (2-1)

Carvajal and Asensio finished second in Group E with Spain. The madridistas came on in the second half of the last game against Japan. They played the second half against Japan. Spain drew with Rüdiger's Germany. Carvajal played the whole match while Asensio came off after 66 minutes. Asensio scored the team's second goal in their opening win over Costa Rica, while Carvajal was unused.

FRANCE
Quarter-finals
England-France (Saturday, 10 December, 8pm)​


Last 16
France-Poland (3-1)
After topping Group D, the French booked their place in the quarter-finals by beating Poland at the Al Zumama stadium. Tchouameni started the match and Camavinga didn't feature. 

Group stage
France-Australia (4-1)
France-Denmark (2-1)
Tunisia-France (1-0)
Camavinga 
and Tchouameni made it through to the Last 16 of the World Cup as France finished top of Group D. The madridistas played the full 90 minutes of the final group game against Tunisia, which saw the French slip to defeat. The French qualified mathematically on the second matchday, beating Denmark with Tchouameni playing the full 90. They thrashed Australia in the previous game with Tchouameni in the starting 11. 

CROATIA
Quarter-finals
Croatia-Brazil (Friday, 9 December, 4 pm CET)

Last 16
Japan-Croatia (1-1; 1-3 on penalties)
Modrić helped Croatia progress to the quarter-finals after his country defeated Japan on penalties. The madridista was named in the starting line-up and was replaced during the first half of extra-time.

Group stage
Morocco-Croatia (0-0)
Croatia-Canada (4-1)
Croatia-Belgium (0-0)

Croatia, captained by Modrić, finished second in Group F. The madridista played the whole game against the Belgium. In the second match they overcame Canada, with the midfielder starting and playing 86 minutes. In their debut, the Croatians drew with Morocco in a match in which the madridista played the full 90 and was proclaimed MVP.

BRAZIL
Quarter-finals
Croatia-Brazil (Friday, 9 December, 4pm CET)

Last 16
Brazil-South Korea (4-1
After topping Group G, Brazil sealed their place in the quarter-finals after defeating South Korea. Vini Jr., who was named in the starting line-up along with Militão, opened the scoring at Stadium 974 and provided an assist for his country’s fourth goal. Rodrygo came on in the 80th minute.

Group stage
Brazil-Serbia (2-0)
Brazil-Switzerland (1-0)
Cameroon-Brazil (1-0)
Vini
 Jr.Rodrygo and Militão helped Brazil make it through to the Last 16 leading the group. In Brazil's third match, Rodrygo and Militão started against Cameroon. The Canarinha had already qualified mathematically after beating Switzerland in the second match with the three Madrid players on the pitch. Vini Jr. and Rodrygo were involved in Casemiro's goal. Earlier, in the first match, Vini Jr. was a starter and provided an assist in the win against Serbia. The Madrid player was replaced by Rodrygo in 76' and Militão did not play.

URUGUAY
Group stage
Uruguay-South Korea (0-0)
Portugal-Uruguay (2-0)
Ghana-Uruguay (0-2)

Uruguay, with Valverde playing all three matches, finished third in Group H of the World Cup. Despite beating Ghana in the final group game, they failed to reach the last 16 after being overtaken in qualifying by Portugal and South Korea. On the second matchday, Uruguay lost to Portugal and in the opener they drew against South Korea with Valverde as MVP. 

BELGIUM
Group stage
Belgium-Canada (1-0)
Belgium-Morocco (0-2)
Croatia-Belgium (0-0)
Courtois 
and Hazard did not manage to get through with Belgium. In the last match against Modrić’s Croatia, Courtois played the full 90 and Hazard was taken off in the 87th minute. Both players started against Canada and the goalkeeper played a decisive role in the narrow win with a penalty save. The two Real Madrid players were also in the starting line-up in the second match, where Belgium were beaten by Morocco.

GERMANY
Group stage
Germany-Japan (1-2)
Spain-Germany (1-1)
Costa Rica-Germany (2-4)

Germany, with Rüdiger in its squad, was unable to progress to the Last 16, having finished third in group E. The Madrid defender played the full 90 minutes in the win over Costa Rica. Before that, he played the whole match in the defeat against Japan. In the second match, the defender started and played the full match against Carvajal and Asensio's Spain.

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