For the fifth day of the World Cup, November 24, which continues in Qatar, four matches are on the menu. It will be a bit special for the Algerians with the entry into the running of Cameroon, which eliminated our national team, in the competition.
The Arab representative, Morocco, made a good start, imposing a draw on Croatia and its stars. In this group F, it was Belgium who took control after having imposed themselves with difficulty against Canada by the smallest of margins.
Yesterday was marked by another surprise. Indeed, Japan took over Germany (1-2). In the other match of Group E, we witnessed the show of force of Spain who crushed Costa Rica with a final score of seven goals to nil. This is the heaviest score recorded since the start of the World Cup. It would be, perhaps, until the end of the competition.
What is the program for November 24?
Today will be a very special day for the Algerians. The reason is simple, it is Cameroon’s entry into the competition, the selection which blocked the way to Qatar for our national team during the nightmarish match played in Blida on March 29th.
To start the World Cup, the Indomitable Lions will challenge Switzerland this morning at 11 a.m. The other Group G game will pit Brazil against Serbia at 8 p.m.
In group H, this afternoon we will attend Uruguay-South Korea from 2 p.m. The other match in the same group will oppose Ghana to Portugal at 5 p.m.
On which channels to follow today’s matches for free?
The Cameroon-Switzerland match will undoubtedly be followed with great interest by the Algerians. They will have the opportunity to follow him in the clear on the Qatari sports channel Al-Kass One on the Nilsat satellite.
The other three matches will be broadcast live on the German channel “ZDF”, captured from the Astra satellite. Note that the French channel TF1, which is open on Astra, will also broadcast the Brazil-Serbia match.