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8 decisive matches to qualify for the men's soccer quarter-finals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics


Today, Wednesday, July 28, the men's soccer group stage competitions at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 will conclude with eight decisive matches in the third and final round to determine the parties to the quarter-finals of the oldest competition in the world.


Today, 8 matches will be held for four groups, where each group plays two matches at the same time to ensure equal opportunities. Half past one in the afternoon.



At ten in the morning, two matches will be held in Group D, where the Saudi Olympic team will face Brazil at Saitama 2002 Stadium, while Germany U-23 will clash with Cote d'Ivoire Ivory Coast at Miyagi Stadium.


Brazil is at the top of Group D with 4 points, and Côte d'Ivoire shares the runner-up with the same balance, while Germany comes in third place with 3 points, and the Saudi team is at the bottom of the group without a balance of points and bid farewell to the competition.


Brazil, Cote d'Ivoire and Germany are competing for the qualification tickets.


At 10:30 in the morning, South Korea will face its counterpart Hendros at the Nissan Stadium, while Romania will play against New Zealand at the Sapporo Dome.


South Korea leads Group B with 3 points, equal with Honduras, New Zealand and Romania, respectively, and each of them has 3 points. The four teams have the same chance of qualifying for the quarter-finals.


While at one in the afternoon the two matches of Group C will be held, where Spain will play Argentina against Argentina at the Saitama Stadium in 2002, while Australia will collide with the Egyptian Olympic team at the Miyagi Stadium.


 Spain is at the top of Group C with 4 points, while Australia is in the summer with 3 points, and Argentina is in third place with the same balance, and the Pharaohs are at the bottom of the standings with one point.


The four teams have the opportunity to qualify according to the results of the two matches together.


Finally, at 1:30 in the afternoon, South Africa will play Mexico at the Sapporo Dome, while France will face Japan at the Nissan Stadium.


Japan tops Group A with 6 points, and secured qualification after winning two rounds, followed by Mexico and France in second and third places with 3 points each, while South Africa ranked without points and bid farewell to the competitions.

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