England vs Senegal live: World Cup score, highlights, result from 2022 Round of 16

England are among the favorites to win the 2022 FIFA World Cup, but now comes the hard part: a four-game knockout round gauntlet that begins with a first-ever match against Senegal in the round of 16.

The Taranga Lions are the defending African champions and despite the absence of captain and star player Sadio Mane, they are a team full of talent playing for clubs across Europe. More than a third of the team members are in England.

This is Senegal’s second appearance in the knockout stages of the World Cup, while England are hoping to reach the quarter-finals for the fourth time in the last six editions of the World Cup.

Senegal finished as runners-up in Group A with defeats to hosts Qatar and Ecuador and fell to the Netherlands despite giving the Dutch their all. England topped Group B, easily beating Iran and Wales and drawing against America.

Sports News is following live updates of England vs Senegal World Cup 2022 scores and highlights. Follow the full results of the Round of 16 match in Qatar below.

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England vs Senegal live scores

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Approved combinations:

England (4-3-3 from right to left): 1. Pickford (GK) – 2. Walker, 5. Stones, 6. Maguire, 3. Shaw – 8. Henderson, 22. Bellingham, 4. Rice – 17. Saka, 9. Keane, 20. Foden

Senegal (4-2-3-1, right to left): 16. A. Mandy (GK) — 21. Sabali, 3. Koulibaly, 14. Jacobs, 22. Diallo — 15. Kay Diata, 6. N. Mendi — 13. Nadaye, 11. P. Sis, 18. I. Sar — 9. Dia

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England vs Senegal live updates, World Cup 2022 highlights

28 minutes: It gets bad – Nampalis Mendy and Bakayio Saka argue after he goes down in midfield. They will know each other from the Premier League, maybe there is a bit of history?

26 minutes: Jordan Pickford is well within 10 meters of his own area with the ball at his feet. His defense has lost the ball a few times recently, it’s been a sloppy phase from England.

22 minutes: Ismaila Sarr latches on to a loose ball in the England box and fires his shot into the sky, but Senegal are convinced John Stones handled it in the build-up!

VAR checks, misses it and we carry on, but England are rocked there.

20 minutes: Phil Foden nods John Stones in the corner and it goes wide at the near post. He fumes – he knows he should have hit the target from there.

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14 minutes: Aliou Cisse gets out of his chair and issues some very moving instructions to his Senegalese team. He plied his trade with Birmingham City and Portsmouth in the early 2000s.

11 minutes: Harry Kane sends a beautiful ball towards goal from the left and Bokayo Saka is six feet away in the box to reach it.

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England is completely in control here.

9 minutes: Jude Bellingham’s cross goes over the bar – all it needs is a touch but there’s no white shirt anywhere near it.

7 minutes: Jude Bellingham causes trouble to win a free kick 40 yards out. Kyle Walker passes the ball to Declan Rice, who heads the ball back to Harry Maguire but his header is blocked. Still, a good and measured move.

5 minutes: Boulay Dia is caught in the box between Harry Maguire and John Stones, but Maguire’s knee causes the ball to slip away from the Senegal forward.

3 minutes: It’s a rousing sound in the stadium, mostly from the Senegalese fans – much more musical than some of the previous games. Jordan Henderson lifts a pass to Phil Foden, but he can’t get to it.

1 minute: Senegal are already putting England under pressure, with Jordan Pickford having a shot from a tentative pass.

Beginning: Here we go, England in all white while Senegal wear their second kit which is all green.

2 minutes until the start of the game: We’re messing things up, and now we’re just seconds away from a horrifying clash.

5 minutes until the start of the game: The teams come out of the tunnel and we are all ready for the national anthems.

8 minutes until the start of the game: The English subs in the tunnel give very high marks to the starting 11. The atmosphere in the stadium is building, this could be a cracker.

15 minutes until the start of the game: Senegal have the chance to make history tonight – England have never lost to an African team at the World Cup, dating back to 1986 when they were held 0-0 by Morocco.

22 minutes until the start of the game: Gareth Southgate tells ITV he has dealt with Raheem Sterling and his family but it will not be addressed. He also says Saka deserved his chance, but admits he’s embarrassed by his wealth in that area.

25 minutes until the start of the game

40 minutes until the start of the game: …and Michael Owen’s first World Cup last 16 appearance was memorable, even if he ended up on the losing side.

45 minutes until the start of the game: It must be tough for Marcus Rashford after his two goals against Wales, but Gareth Southgate will have a strong bench at his disposal tonight.

1 hour and 7 minutes until the start of the game: The Senegal team includes: E. Mendy, Sabaly, Koulibaly, Diallo, Jacobs, Sarr, Sis, N. Mendy, Diata, Ndayeh, Dia.

1 hour and 15 minutes to start: England squad tonight: Pickford, Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw, Rice, Bellingham, Henderson, Foden, Saka, Kane.

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Just a title change Marcus Rashford the way for Bukayo Saka.

1 hour 25 minutes to kick-off: BREAKING NEWS – Raheem Sterling is unavailable tonight

1 hour 40 from the start of the game: Excellent conditions await the teams in Al Khor, which will start at 22:00 local time at Al Beit Stadium.

1 hour 45 from the start of the game: Several reports are emerging that Southgate has opted to drop Marcus Rashford from his starting line-up and back Bokayo Saka instead. Apparently, Phil Foden is also preferred to Raheem Sterling. There is not much time left to receive the approved composition from Qatar…

2 hours 5 from the start of the game: So it is confirmed, world champion France will be the expected opponent of England or Senegal in the quarter final stage. Les Blues sent Poland home after another Kylian Mbappe masterclass. Two goals for the PSG man, one for Giroud and a consolation for Robert Lewandowski as France beat Poland 3-1.

2 hours 30 from the start of the game: The battle for a starting spot in England’s forward line is fierce, with several candidates showing excellent form. Marcus Rashford has only started once but is already in the Golden Boot race with three goals. Phil Foden looked sharp against Wales after denying Southgate in the opening two games. Raheem Sterling, Bokaio Saka and Jack Grealish could all make compelling arguments to start.

2 hours 45 from the start of the game: France lead Poland 1-0 thanks to Olivier Giroud’s strike just before the end of the first half with 30 minutes to go. In this way, France is waiting for England or Senegal in the quarter-finals. Follow France-Poland game with sports news.

Olivier Giroud

3:15 from the start of the game: Four years ago at this stage in Russia, Harry Kane had scored five goals and was dominating the Golden Boot race. Now the English captain has not yet been able to get out of his line in Qatar. England have been keeping an eye on Kane’s leg injury, but the striker insists he is fit and ready.

“I had a knock in the first game but it’s getting better every day, I almost don’t feel it at all,” Kane said in the lead-up to England’s last 16 game. “I feel like I’m playing well. Hopefully I can get out of the point tomorrow.”

3 hours 25 from the start of the game: Senegal have only appeared in two previous World Cups, but will be in Qatar for the first time. If anyone can, it is surely the coach of the AFCON champions, Aliu Cisse.

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Cisse captained Senegal at the 2002 World Cup when the Lions of Taranga defeated a French side featuring Thierry Henry and Marcel Dessai, held off Denmark and Uruguay, stunned Sweden and narrowly lost to Turkey in the quarter-finals. they fell

4 hours after the start of the game: France or Poland will await the winner of the match between Senegal and England in the quarter-finals. Kylian Mbappe dazzled in the group stage, but Robert Lewandowski will be on fire to defend Los Blues in his final World Cup. The France vs Poland match has started in Qatar, and you can follow all the games with sports news.

4 hours 15 from the start of the game: After Gareth Southgate finally started the Man City star against Wales, Phil Foden looks pale in training. Foden rewarded the Three Lions coach with a goal and he will be looking to start again in the round of 16. Can Senegal do this kind of footwork?

4 hours and 45 minutes after the start of the game: A little perspective from Senegal’s point of view. It is believed that they can beat England:

5 hours after the start of the game: Sky Sports report that Bokayo Saka will start for England, who will see either Marcus Rashford or Phil Foden return to the bench.

England and Senegal live broadcast, TV channel

This round of 18 match will be held at Al Beit Stadium. Here’s how to watch all the action in some of the world’s most important regions.

History Time TV channel current
United States of America Sunday, December 4 14:00 ET FS1,
Fox Sports site/app
Telemundo Deportes site/app,
Canada Sunday, December 4 14:00 ET TSN 4, RDS (French) TSN site/app,
RDS app
United Kingdom Sunday, December 4 19:00 GMT ITV, STV ITVX, STV Player
Australia Monday, December 5 06:00 AEDT SBS SBS on demand
India Monday, December 5 00:30 IST Sports 18 Voot, JioTV
Hong Kong Monday, December 5 03:00 HKT Now TV (Ch. 616, 618) Now TV
Malaysia Monday, December 5 03:00 MYT Astro FIFA World Cup 1 Astro GO
Singapore Monday, December 5 03:00 SGT StarHub TV FIFA World Cup, Singtel FIFA World Cup 141 Singtel TV GO, CAST,
StarHub TV+, MeWatch
New Zealand Monday, December 5 08:00 NZDT Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports Sky Go, Sky Sport now

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