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ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — They talked about the attacking for two days before France played Belgium in a World Cup semifinal here, about Kylian Mbappé's speed and Eden Hazard’s dribbling and Antoine Griezmann’s style and Kevin De Bruyne’s playmaking.
ST. PETERSBURG, Russia — They talked about the attacking for two days before France played Belgium in a World Cup semifinal here, about Kylian Mbappé’s speed and Eden Hazard’s dribbling and Antoine Griezmann’s style and Kevin De Bruyne’s playmaking.
Brazil’s run at the World Cup ended in stunned silence Friday, as Belgium eliminated the five-time world champions, 2-1, in Kazan, Russia. The win was as deserved as it was shocking: Brazil had been among the best teams left in a field that already had seen out pre-tournament favorites like Germany and past champions like Spain and Argentina.
BREXIT IS AN ANGRY DREAM BASED ON A HALF-REMEMBERED HISTORY OF EMPIRE. SO IS THE POSSIBILITY THAT WE MIGHT WIN THE WORLD CUP.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - English World Cup self-pity often centres on the national team's semi-final defeat by Germany on penalties at Italia '90 but Belgians have their own painful memories of 28 years ago at the hands of England and now they want payback.
KAZAN, Russia (Reuters) - Germany will be without Sebastian Rudy for Wednesday's decisive World Cup match against South Korea as the holding midfielder is still not fit after breaking his nose in the dramatic victory over Sweden, coach Joachim Loew said on Tuesday.
SAMARA, Russia (Reuters) - Allowing a lead to twice slip from their grasp in their last World Cup game could come back to haunt Senegal when they face Colombia in a decisive Group H clash in Samara on Thursday.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Peter Schmeichel has told son and fellow goalkeeper Kasper that Danish destiny is in his hands as Denmark head in to a clash against France on Tuesday that has uncanny echoes of his own World Cup campaign 20 years ago.
YEKATERINBURG, Russia (Reuters) - Senegal had hoped to bully Japan in their World Cup match in Yekaterinburg on Sunday but after being held to a 2-2 draw the African side conceded they were outfoxed by their opponents' movement and technical ability.
YEKATERINBURG, Russia — It is disappointing that in a sport full of African players at the highest level, there are just two African coaches at this World Cup: Aliou Cissé of Senegal and Nabil Maaloul of Tunisia.