So begins the four-game per day cycle of the World Cup group stage, starting with Argentina facing Saudi Arabia to get the day underway at 10am (GMT), and with plenty of action to follow. Stick with us throughout the day as we bring you the latest news out of Qatar, as well as anything else we might see throughout the day.
Rabiot is on the scoresheet for France.
Ochoa denies Lewandowski and Mexico have a new life.
VAR-assisted nonetheless but it's still now all the pressure on Lewandowski's shoulders.
Mexico looked the more threatening side in the first half but were unable to get on the scoresheet.
The second game of Group C is underway!
🇵🇱 Poland XI: Szczesny; Bereszynski, Glik, Kiwior, Cash; Kaminski, Krychowiak, S.Szymanski, Zielinski, Zalewski; Lewandowski.
Christian Eriksen made his return to the main international stage 17 months on from the harrowing afternoon on which he very nearly lost his life playing for Denmark against Finland at Euro 2020.
Denmark have the ball in the back of the net from Andreas Skov Olsen's rebound but it's ruled out for an offside in the build-up!
Denmark and Tunisia go back into the dressing rooms with the scores tied at 0-0.
Can you believe it? Saudi Arabia stunned Argentina in the opening match of Group C at the 2022 World Cup with a 2-1 victory.
Two goals in quick succession from Saleh Al-Shehri and Salem Al-Dawsari saw the underdogs cancel out Lionel Messi’s opener in the first-half from the penalty spot.
Here we take a look at some of the biggest upsets in the history of the World Cup...
Hummel have purposely hidden their logo on the Denmark World Cup Kits, here is why...
"We don’t wish to be visible during a tournament that has cost thousands of people their lives. We support the Danish national team all the way, but that isn’t the same as supporting Qatar as a host nation."
Denmark get us started and fly out of the blocks!
Pep Guardiola has agreed a new two-year contract at Manchester City.
This goes down as one of the biggest ever shocks the World Cup has ever seen, but the Saudis deserved every last bit of it.
Valiant defending from Saudi Arabia has seen the goalkeeper Mohammed Al-Owais and his defender Yasser Al-Shahrani collide knee-to-head. Al-Shahrani is receiving medical treatment and seems to be okay, despite looking unconscious for a moment. We hope he's okay!
An attendance of 88,000 was announced at the Lusail Stadium, which holds just 80,000.
Well who'd have thunk it? Saudi Arabia lead Argentina going into the final ten minutes of play at the Lusail Stadium. Argentina have brought on reinforcements in the shape of Enzo Fernandez, Lisandro Martinez, Marcos Acuna and Julian Alvarez, and Saudi Arabia have brought on Mawaf Alabid as well as Sultan Al-Ghannam.
GOAL SAUDI ARABIA! The first shot from the Saudis finds the back of Emi Martinez's net. Saleh Al-Shehri with the tidy finish!
Across the first four games of the tournament, there have been 65 minutes added, averaging 16 minutes per game.
The striker has the ball in the back of the net for a second time but it was never in doubt that he was offside. Someone needs to explain to Argentina the laws.
The Argentine's opener against Saudi Arabia has seen him join an exclusive club.
Just a matter of minutes following Lionel Messi's goal being ruled out, Lautaro Martinez managed to chip the keeper but it was ruled out for an offside infringement. Close!
What a delightful lob that was from the Inter Milan striker, such a shame he was not onside for it.
It was almost a second for Lionel Messi. The attacker latched onto a ball from over the top and finished brilliantly, only for it to be disallowed for offside.
After a short VAR check, Argentina win a penalty and Lionel Messi converts with ease. 1-0 Argentina!
A fun stat about Argentina's starting XI.
Argentina get us underway in Qatar!