The 2022 Fifa World Cup group stage is now over and the focus is now firmly fixed on the knockout stages.
After 48 matches filled with drama, heroics and heartbreak, 16 teams remain to fight it out for the trophy over the next couple of weeks.
While the focus will be on the teams who will be in action over the next fortnight, spare a thought for the teams that were expected to go all the way but stumbled at the first hurdle.
A lot was expected from Germany and Belgium but they failed to get going despite excellent pedigree in an experienced squad. On the other hand, unheralded Morocco topped their group to storm into the last 16 stage.
Last 16 fixtures
Saturday, December 3
Netherlands v USA — 6pm (7pm UAE), Khalifa International Stadium
Argentina v Australia — 10pm (11pm UAE), Ahmad bin Ali Stadium
Sunday, December 4
France v Poland — 6pm (7pm UAE), Al Thumama Stadium
England v Senegal — 10pm (11pm UAE), Al Bayt Stadium
Monday, December 5
Japan v Croatia — 6pm (7pm UAE), Al Janoub Stadium
Brazil v South Korea — 10pm (11pm UAE), Stadium 974
Tuesday, December 6
Morocco v Spain — 6pm (7pm UAE), Education City Stadium
Portugal v Switzerland — 10pm (11pm UAE), Lusail Stadium
How to watch matches in the UAE?
All matches can be seen live in beIN Sports. Those interested in heading out and enjoying the matches in a unique setting have a number of options.
Those living in Abu Dhabi can enjoy the games at a number of venues including VOX Cinemas, Emirates Palace fan zone at Oriental Cafe, Abu Dhabi fan zone at Yas Links or Shangri-La football village.
There are many spots in Dubai as well. Head to Expo City Dubai's dedicated World Cup space – Fan City, or check out the JBR Football Village. Find out all the details here.