Earlier, Morocco and Croatia battled to a scoreless draw, Japan shocked Germany 2-1 in the upset of the day, and Spain set a new team record for goals scored in a single World Cup match with a 7-0 dismantling of Costa Rica.
A veteran Belgium roster that finished third in the 2018 World Cup looks to hold off a Canada squad full of top MLS talent. Belgium is slightly favored (-200 on FOX Bet) to win and will be led by Manchester City midfielder Kevin De Bruyne, who was a key part of the team’s run four years ago.
Canada, meanwhile, is still searching for its first World Cup win in its second appearance ever and first since 1986, entering 0-3-0 all-time. Bayern Munich star Alphonso Davies is one of the biggest names on the Canada roster, being named to the squad despite dealing with a hamstring injury.
You can watch this game and every match of the tournament on the FOX Sports family of networks — the tournament’s official English-language broadcast partner in the U.S. — and the FOX Sports app and FOXSports.com. You can also stream full-match replays for free on Tubi.
Here are the top plays from Wednesday’s group stage action.
Canada looking to make history
Canada is not only searching for its first World Cup win or draw but also its first World Cup goal. The Canadians are also hoping a strong showing in Qatar can jump-start passion for soccer back home.
‘O Canada’ at the World Cup!
The Belgian and Canadian national teams sang their national anthems before the game, marking the first time ‘O Canada’ has been played at the World Cup since 1986.
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