FIFA World Cup: Full list of teams in Round 16; schedule; 2 Asian teams qualify

The Round of 16 matches will begin in Qatar on Saturday with the Netherlands facing the US. The Dutch topped Group A.

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Japan players celebrate their 2-1 win over Spain at the FIFA World Cup 2022. Japan topped Group E to enter last 16. Photo: Twitter/FIFA

The Round of 16 stage of the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar begins on December 3.

The 32-team competition which commenced on November 20, has so far seen some exciting contests, upsets, and brilliant performances from individuals and teams and it can only get better in the last 16 or knockout stage.

Here is a quick look at the teams qualified for Round 16

Group A: Netherlands, Senegal

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Group B: England, US

Group C: Argentina, Poland

Group D: France, Australia

Group E: Japan, Spain

Group F: Morocco, Croatia

Group G: Brazil, Switzerland

Group H: Portugal, South Korea

Also read: Full coverage of FIFA World Cup 2022

Who got knocked out

Group A: The Netherlands, Senegal. (Eliminated: Qatar, Ecuador)

Group B: England, USA. (Eliminated: Iran, Wales)

Group C: Argentina, Poland. (Eliminated: Mexico, Saudi Arabia)

Group D: France, Australia. (Eliminated: Denmark, Tunisia)

Group E: Japan, Spain. (Eliminated: Germany, Costa Rica)

Group F: Morocco, Croatia (Eliminated: Belgium, Canada)

Group G: Brazil. Switzerland. (Eliminated; Serbia, Cameroon)

Group H: Portugal, South Korea. (Eliminated: Uruguay, Ghana)

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Round of 16 Schedule (All times IST)

December 3 (Saturday)

Netherlands vs USA (Khalifa International Stadium; 8:30 pm)

December 4 (Sunday)

Argentina vs Australia (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium; 12:30 am)

France vs Poland (Al Thumama Stadium; 8:30 pm)

December 5 (Monday)

England vs Senegal (Al Bayt Stadium; 12:30 am)

Japan vs Croatia (Al Janoub Stadium; 8:30 pm)

December 6 (Tuesday)

Brazil vs South Korea (Stadium 974; 12:30 am)

Morocco vs Spain (Education City Stadium; 8:30 pm)

December 7 (Wednesday)

Portugal vs Switzerland (Lusail Iconic Stadium; 12:30 am)

Also read: Golden Boot standings

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