FIFA World Cup 2022: Ecuador will challenge Netherlands, know who will have the upper hand

FIFA World Cup 2022: In the FIFA World Cup 2022, Ecuador will face the challenge of Netherlands today. This match will be played at 9:30 pm Indian time. This match will be played at Khalifa International Stadium. Both the teams present in Group-A have won their first match. The Netherlands defeated Senegal in their first match, while Ecuador beat hosts Qatar.

who has the upper hand

Both the teams have faced each other twice. In this, the Netherlands has won a match. At the same time, a match has been drawn. Ecuador has not won a single match against Netherlands yet. Today both will hit the ground with the intention of winning.

On one hand, Netherlands would like to keep its upper hand by winning, on the other hand, Ecuador would like to win its first match. Both the teams will play the second match of their group in the FIFA World Cup today. The team that wins today’s match will almost decide its place in the next group.

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How is the Netherlands doing in FIFA

So far, the Netherlands has made it to the finals of the FIFA World Cup a total of three times. The team had qualified for the finals in 1974, 1978 and 2010.

This will be the squad of both the teams


goalkeeper- Justin Bijelow, Andries Knoppert, Remko Pasveer.

defender- Virgil van Dijk, Nathan Ake, Daley Blind, Jurien Timbers, Denzel Dumfries, Stephen de Vries, Matthijs de Ligt, Tyrell Malasia, Jeremy Frimpong.

Midfielder- Frankie De Jong, Steven Berghuis, Davy Klaasen, Theun Koopmaners, Cody Gakpo, Maarten De Roon, Kenneth Taylor, Javi Simmons.


goalkeeper- Moises Ramirez, Alexander Dominguez, Hernan Galindez.

defender- Piero Hincapie, Robert Arboleda, Parvis Estupinen, Angelo Preciado, Jackson Porjo, Javier Arriaga, Diego Palacios, Felix Torres, William Pacho.

Midfielder- Carlos Grujo, Jose Cifuente, Alan Franco, Moises Quesado, Angel Mena, Jeremy Sarmiento, Jegson Mendez, Ayrton Preciado, Gonzalo Plata, Romario Ibarra.

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