World Cup 2022: All the major action and talking points from Day Two
There are three matches today.
Welcome to day two of the 2022 FIFA World Cup. You can follow all the action in our World Cup Hub as England get their campaign underway, and Wales play their first World Cup match since 1958.
In Group B England face Iran at 1 pm, before the Netherlands meet Senegal in Group A. The action then switches back to Group A, where Wales take on the United States.
You can follow all the action here.
World Cup 2022: All the major action and talking points from Day Two.
It was an eventful day on Sunday, as the tournament hosts Qatar lost 2-0 to Ecuador at the Al Bayt Stadium.
Qatar were utterly dreadful and became the first host nation to ever lose their opening game in the 96-year history of the World Cup.
Ecuador could regret not scoring more goals ahead of facing the Netherlands and Senegal, who should both make light work of the hosts.
Qatar spent a reported £200billion on staging the tournament, which has been shrouded in controversy since it was awarded to the tiny Gulf nation back in 2010.
Yet, after 12 years of preparation, thousands of Qatar fans had seen enough after 45 minutes of the opening match and left the table with their team trailing 2-0.
SportsJOE’s 2022 Fifa World Cup Hub: The latest updates from Qatar.
While you're here, why not give some of our World Cup quizzes a try?
- The FootballJOE Qatar World Cup 2022 Geography Quiz.
- SportsJOE's World Cup Quiz: Brazil 2014.
- Teammates XI Quiz: Italy - 2006 World Cup Final.
- QUIZ: Name the all-time leading scorers from each 2022 World Cup country.
- QUIZ: Name the 2018 World Cup Goalscorers
- Qatar bans all alcohol at the World Cup.
- Inflation pushes average cost of filling Panini 2022 World Cup sticker album to almost £1k.
- Jurgen Klopp says players shouldn't be expected to protest at the World Cup.