The WorldCup 2022 is finally here! The host country, France, is at the top of its game. Spain and Germany are perennial favorites. Argentina has a chance to redeem itself from the last time it hosted the tournament when it was beaten in the final by Italy. And then there’s Brazil—the home team that always seems to disappoint but has never won on European soil. So who will win?
Brazil is lined up to win the World Cup. Their last three games have seen them score nine goals, and their record in the tournament is excellent. They’ve won it five times, most recently in 2002 when they beat Germany 2-0 in Japan. This year’s squad is one of the strongest ever assembled, with Neymar Jr., Gabriel Jesus, and Roberto Firmino leading an attack that has scored 37 goals so far this season — just four fewer than Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo combined!
Brazil has already beaten Spain 3-1 on home soil while they also had a narrow 1-0 win over Switzerland earlier this month which showed how much they value defense as well as attack; they only conceded once during qualifying matches too.
Their final group game will be against Costa Rica (who aren’t expected to trouble Brazil) on Tuesday, June 25th before moving into the round of 16 actions against Serbia or Switzerland (who play each other on Saturday). The winner will face either Belgium or Japan in the quarters if all goes according to plan for Seleção das Copas e Mundiais de Futebol etcetera etcetera
Spain is the reigning World Cup champion. Spain won it in 2010 and South Africa in 2010 and has also won the European Championship twice (in 2008 and 2012).
Spain is a team that knows how to win games. Its players are used to winning titles, so there’s no reason they wouldn’t be able to repeat their success at this year’s World Cup. Spain has an incredible team full of great players like David Silva, Sergio Ramos, Sergio Busquets, and Andres Iniesta who were all part of the team that won Euro 2016 last year. They will definitely prove themselves as one of the best teams in Russia this summer!
Argentina is a team with great potential and the ability to win the World Cup. With Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero leading their attack, Argentina has what it takes to win it all this year. In 2022, they will have even more experience as well as more players who have played at international tournaments like these before so they can expect even better results then!
In Germany, they’re calling this “the golden generation.” The Germans have won the World Cup twice before and are favorites to do it again this year. They’ve also been in four World Cup finals, so there’s a lot of experience on their side.
Germany’s coach is Joachim Löw, who had a successful career as a player for Bayern Munich and Borussia Monchengladbach before coaching Bayer Leverkusen and Stuttgart in the Bundesliga. In 2006, he became head coach of Germany’s senior men’s national team and has never looked back since then—he led his country to three straight major tournament wins (Euro 2008; 2010 World Cup; Euro 2012).
If you’ve been paying attention to the World Cup since its inception, you’ll know that France is one of the most successful countries in history. They have crowned champions on two occasions: first in 1958 and then again in 1998. Since then, they’ve reached the semi-finals at every tournament apart from 2006, when they were knocked out by Italy in the quarter-finals.
France’s success isn’t limited to playing football either—they’re also good at rugby union and handball! In fact, they’re considered one of Europe’s best teams across all sports—and their performance at this year’s football World Cup is expected to be no different.
There are many countries that can win the World Cup, but only one will. We think that France has the best team and will win the tournament. However, don’t be surprised if Spain or Germany takes home their fourth World Cup title!