2022 FIFA World Cup group stage standings:

The Netherlands, Senegal, England, and the United States advanced to the knockout stage on Tuesday's drama-filled 10th day of action at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.

Iran PressMiddle East: Netherlands barely broke a sweat in their 2-0 win over Qatar at the Al Bayt Stadium, ending the hosts’ World Cup campaign with a third straight defeat.

Senegal advanced to the last 16 at the World Cup for the first time since 2002 following a 2-1 win over Ecuador on Tuesday night.

As runners-up in Group A, Senegal will take on England, who overpowered Wales 3-0 at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium to claim Group B with seven points.

The United States, 1-0 winners over Iran courtesy of Christian Pulisic's 38th-minute strike, will face the Group A victors Netherlands on Saturday evening in the last-16.

The World Cup group stages are underway, and 16 of the 32 teams will make the knockout games.

Qatar became the first host side to lose all three group matches in the competition's history.


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