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The Netherlands finished in a draw with Ecuador (1-1) at the final tournament in Qatar. A South American is the provisional leader of scorers

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Qatar are eliminated from the World Cup after a 3-1 loss to Senegal. A draw between Ecuador and Netherlands leaves them bottom of Group A with no chance of progressing. The Qataris needed Ecuador to win but they fell behind to an early Cody Gapko goal. Qatar showed some flashes of exciting attacking play but were undone by sloppy defending.
Published 2 months ago · Ecuador

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