FIFA World Cup 2022: Choose winners to win BBC Sport World Cup awards

FIFA World Cup 2022: Choose winners to win BBC Sport World Cup awards

Host Country: Qatar Dates: November 20 – December 18 Coating: Live on BBC TV, BBC iPlayer, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Sounds and the BBC Sport website and app. Daily TV showsFull coverage information

The World Cup is almost over.

By Sunday evening, 64 games will be played in five weeks, and we will know the winner of the tournament.

But on the way to the final there were many memorable moments – from great goals to outstanding performances.

BBC Sport asks you to vote for your winners in the following categories.

Best Goals

Richarlison’s volley against Serbia

After Vinicius Jr.’s first mishandling of a pass, the Brazil and Tottenham striker realigned himself to brilliantly take the aerial route and shoot in an acrobatic right foot kick.

Brazil national team moving and Richarlison juggling against South Korea

In a stunning move by the Selecao team, Richarlison controlled the ball three times with his head and foot before getting into position to receive a pass from Thiago Silva to end the game.

Kylian Mbappe’s second goal against Poland

After scoring an impressive first goal, Mbappe scored his second goal with a superb curling job to finish fifth overall in the tournament.

Clever free kick and Weghorst’s finish against Argentina

It’s the 11th and last minute of the time stop. Your team is down 2-1 and you have a free kick from a dangerous position just outside the penalty area, so what do you do? Shoot on goal or make a canopy and hope for the best? Or demonstrate the genius of the Netherlands against Argentina?

Théun Koopmeiners looked out at the world like he was about to throw, but tricked the defense by passing the ball to Wout Weghorst, who turned around and rolled home.

Unsuccessful final of Vincent Abubakar against Serbia

There were shades of Karel Poborski and Euro 96 as Cameroon striker Abubakar raced through the net and then masterfully intercepted the ball over helpless Serbia goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic.

Chavez strikes Saudi Arabia with lightning

It wasn’t enough to keep Mexico in the World Cup, but Luis Chavez’s brutal free-kick against Saudi Arabia gave fans a magical moment to celebrate. Hitting 75 mph, it was the most powerful goal of the group stage and no one could resist hitting.

Marcus Rashford free kick against Wales

As England struggled to break the stalemate against Wales, Rashford took aim and fired at the Three Lions ahead with a superb free kick into the top corner.

Spectacular hat-trick of Ramos on the way to the hat-trick of the Portuguese national team

When you come in instead of Cristiano Ronaldo, you’ll want to impress, and Gonzalo Ramos certainly did that in his team’s 6-1 victory over Switzerland.

Not only did he score a hat-trick, but for the first time he was an absolute handsome man, hitting the near post from an acute angle.

Memphis Depay completes the Dutch move with 20 assists

Total football from the Netherlands, who played from defense before Depay applied the deadly finish that their 20-pass move against the USA deserved.

Gavi’s brilliant volley against Costa Rica

Spain midfielder Gavi, 18, made his name on the world stage with a brilliant volley, becoming the youngest World Cup scorer since 17-year-old Pelé in 1958.

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Outstanding Player

Kylian Mbappe (France)

The 23-year-old French striker has scored five goals in this tournament and is looking to win his second World Cup.

Jude Bellingham (England)

The midfielder for Borussia Dortmund and England has received rave reviews for his performance in the center of England’s midfield.

Olivier Giroud (France))

The AC Milan and France striker scored four goals in the tournament, just one behind top scorers Mbappé and Lionel Messi to become France’s men’s top scorer.

Bukayo Saka (England)

Produced a series of impressive performances for England. The 21-year-old Arsenal striker has become one of Gareth Southgate’s key players in Qatar.

Antoine Griezmann (France)

The 31-year-old Atlético Madrid striker has impressed France by playing a new deeper role to offset his team’s injuries in midfield.

Luka Modric (Croatia)

Saturday’s play-off for third place against Morocco is likely to be the Croatian midfielder’s last match against Real Madrid in the World Cup. Still pulling the strings of his country at the age of 37.

Lionel Messi (Argentina)

The Argentine No. 10 is one of the top scorers in the tournament with five goals and three assists. After a shock loss to Saudi Arabia in their first match, Messi helped his country reach Sunday’s final against France.

Richarlison (Brazil)

It was a great tournament for the Tottenham striker, who scored two goals of the tournament as Brazil reached the quarter-finals before being knocked out of the hands of Croatia.

Sofyan Amrabat (Morocco)

The Fiorentina defensive midfielder was a key figure in Morocco’s historic semi-final run. Full of energy and determination in everything.

Josko Guardiol (Croatia)

The RB Leipzig defender was a mainstay of the Croatian defense, which helped them reach the semi-finals. Set to take a big step after the performances at the World Championships.

Julian Alvarez (Argentina)

Messi has been the center of attention in Argentina, but Manchester City striker Alvarez has scored four goals in Qatar.

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unlikely hero

Goncalo Ramos (Portugal)

With all the attention that Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo was sacked, his 21-year-old replacement Ramos shone with a triple, sending his team into the last eight in style.

Enner Valencia (Ecuador)

The 33-year-old former West Ham striker Valencia scored three goals for Ecuador in the group stage, becoming the first player from South America to score six consecutive World Cups.

Youssef En-Nesiri (Morocco)

Sevilla striker En-Nesiri scored the game-winning goals against Canada in the group stage and in the quarter-finals against Portugal as little-known Morocco advanced to the semi-finals.

Olivier Giroud (France)

Focusing on France striker Mbappe, Giroud scored four goals, including the quarter-final winner against England, and eclipsed Thierry Henry. record for most goals at the tournament.

Yassine Bounou (Morocco)

Goalkeeper Bounu brilliantly saved Spain’s two penalties in Morocco’s round of 16 shootout victory over Spain and played a key role in their excellent defensive performance, conceding just once en route to the last four.

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The biggest disappointment


Four-time winners Germany were eliminated from the group stage for a second consecutive World Cup, and their 2–1 loss to Japan in the first leg proved to be decisive as they finished third in the group on goal difference.


After kicking off their World Cup campaign with a stunning 7-0 victory over Costa Rica, the Spaniards were sent home with accusations of “boring” ringing in their ears after losing on penalties to Morocco in the last 16 matches and the sacking of boss Luis Enrique.


Another big tournament, another disappointment for perhaps the most talented group of Belgian players. Their shocking departure from the group stage felt like the end golden era for the country as boss, Roberto Martinez also left his job.


The first World Cup in Wales in 64 years ended in a huge disappointment as Robert Page’s team scored just one point and were eliminated from the tournament at the first hurdle. defeat by Iran turned out to be disastrous for their hopes.


After reaching the semi-finals of Euro 2020, a lot was expected from Denmark. But they left Qatar in a disappointing fashion, picking up just one point from three games and finishing last in a group that also includes France, Australia and Tunisia.


Qatar’s dismal results saw them become the first host nation to be eliminated from the tournament with three losses in the group stage, finishing last in their group with no points and just one goal.

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Tournament moment

Saudi Arabia beat Argentina in the group stage

Bold and brilliant, Saudi Arabia pulled off one of the biggest upheavals in World Cup history. they came from behind beat the two-time winner Argentina in the first match of Group C.

Morocco beat Spain on penalties

Morocco stunned Spain 3–0 on penalties after a goalless draw to advance to the World Cup quarter-finals.

Hat-trick by Gonzalo Ramos against Switzerland sends Ronaldo off the bench

When Portugal manager Fernando Santos turned down Ronaldo, he couldn’t have dreamed of a better outcome as his replacement, Ramos, became the youngest player to score a World Cup hat-trick since Hungary’s Florian Albert in 1962.

Youssef En-Nesiri winner for Morocco against Portugal

En-Nesiri’s powerful header upset Ronaldo further, but sparked a wild celebration for Morocco, which became the first African and Arab country to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup.

Sofiane Boufal dancing with her mother

The Moroccan joy after their stunning victory over Portugal was miraculously embodied in the image of former Southampton striker Boufal dancing on the pitch with his mother.

Japan beat Spain after controversial goal

Was it over the line or not? ball curvature came to Japan’s aid in cutting Kaoru Mitoma to connect Ao Tanaka as they staged another extraordinary comeback. A 2-1 success meant they topped Group E ahead of Spain to reach the round of 16 with Germany missing out.

That dramatic Dutch free kick

With Netherlands’ hopes hanging in the balance in the 11th minute of stoppage time, Wout Weghorst completed one of the most inventive and daring free kicks in World Cup history against Argentina to send the tie into extra time.

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The best holiday

Jack Grealish vs. Iran

By scoring England’s sixth goal as they thrashed Iran in their first match, Grealish kept his promise to 12-year-old Finley Fischer, who has cerebral palsy, to make a special dance for him.

Brazil get in the groove

Brazil showed bright football and dancing during their stunning 4-1 victory over South Korea in the round of 16.

Australian striker touchingly gestured to his son

Mitchell Duke shared his delight after scoring the game-winning goal against Tunisia as he rode off and waved a “J” to his son Jackson, who was staring into the stands.

Copying Cristiano

Striker Osman Boukari copied Cristiano Ronaldo’s famous Sioux stance when he scored a goal in Ghana’s agonizing 3-2 loss to Portugal, though former Real Madrid and Manchester United didn’t seem overly surprised by the celebration.

It’s not all about goals

At 53 seconds, Tunisian defender Aissa Bilal Laiduni blocked a cross by Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen and stood up, pounding his chest, celebrating in front of his supporters as if he had scored a goal.

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