Awkward! The next three World Cup hosts will be eliminated by the United States after being defeated by the Netherlands – yqqlm

Yesterday evening, in the first match of the Qatar 1/8 World Cup final,The United States lost 1-3 to the Netherlands and missed the World Cup quarterfinals.

Even more embarrassing is that after the United States was eliminated, just two weeks after the start of the World Cup, the next three World Cup hosts have all been eliminated. Previously, Canada and Mexico already eliminated in the group stage. The 2026 World Cup will be jointly hosted by the United States, Canada and Mexico.

This can’t help but make fans worry about the prospects of the next World Cup hosts. After all, in this World Cup, Qatar not only broke the “the host is unbeaten in the first match” law of the 21st consecutive World Cup, but it is also a host that has not won .

The 2026 World Cup in the United States, Canada and Mexico is the 23rd FIFA World Cup.It is jointly organized by Canada, Mexico and the United States. But in this World Cup, none of these three teams progressed to the quarter-finals.

Among them, in the 1/8 finals, the US team was overwhelmed by the experienced Dutch team, and finally stopped the World Cup in tears with a score of 1-3; while the Canadian team was even more embarrassing for the defeated team.

As for the Mexican team, they scored one draw, one loss and one win. Although they did not qualify in the group stage, given that the opponents were strong teams such as Argentina and Poland, the result is still to be expected.

However, despite this, the US team was able to appear in the top 16, which also set a record in this World Cup. This is the first time in the top 16 teams to gather teams from six continents, and this is the first time in the history of the World Cup.

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