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Watch Today’s World Cup Matches In HD

By Juma / Published November 23, 2022 | 3:25 pm

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As the matches continue in Qatar, football fans within and without Kenya are now able to get live matches in HD via both the DStv and the GOtv. The action also comes with a Swahili commentary, bringing every detail of the action home, live as it happens.

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DStv is showing all 64 matches and includes 4K broadcasts, customized language options, an array of supplementary programming, various catch-up options, top guests and analysts, and streaming choices. The giant has an embedded crew reporting from the heart of the action for the duration of the event.

The ongoing World Cup comes with its share of surprises. In a historic move, Saudi Arabia pulled off one of the biggest shocks in World Cup history as they came from behind to stun two-time winners Argentina in a fantastic Group C opener in Lusail.

Ranked 51st in the world, Saudi Arabia could have been done and dusted in the first half as Lionel Messi opened the scoring from the penalty spot before Argentina had three goals ruled out for offside. The win for Saudi Arabia was so huge that the Kingdom declared a public holiday.

At 4 pm, Germany will be facing off with Japan. All eyes are on Germany although Japan’s team is in good shape too. The following match will be between Spain and Costa Rica at 7 pm with bet experts leaning towards Spain. The last match of the day will be between Belgium and Canada at 10 pm.

As the matches continue in Qatar, football fans within and without Kenya are now able to get live matches in HD via both the DStv and the GOtv. The action also comes with a Swahili commentary, bringing every detail of the action home, live as it happens.

DStv is showing all 64 matches and includes 4K broadcasts, customized language options, an array of supplementary programming, various catch-up options, top guests and analysts, and streaming choices. The giant has an embedded crew reporting from the heart of the action for the duration of the event.

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For years, Football has remained one of the major sports that bring Kenyans together. World Cup, which comes after every two years, is one of the tournaments that the majority of Kenyans love following live after the English Premier League.

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