2022 Fifa World Cup: Argentina, Poland ADVANCE To Round of 16 [MEXICO OUT] | CBS Sports HQ

2022 fifa world cup: argentina, poland advance to round of 16 [mexico out] | cbs sports hq

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Reaction the Argentina and Poland making it to the Round of 16 in the Fifa World Cup.

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