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England and Belgium could face quandary

Germany's surprise loss to Mexico could create a strange situation in Group G where England and Belgium may face a theoretically easier path to the last four if they finish second rather than top of the standings.
Soure:Reuters: 2018/6/19 22:08:39

3-0 win fails to calm Belgian nerves

Belgium coach Roberto Martinez declared himself delighted with a 3-0 win over World Cup debutants Panama but there were plenty of issues that will encourage England after their own winning start in Group G.
Soure:Reuters: 2018/6/19 22:03:41

Striker Harry Kane takes to world stage

England captain Harry Kane declared his arrival on soccer's biggest stage when he scored twice, including a stoppage-time winner, in a dramatic 2-1 victory over ­Tunisia as his team launched their World Cup campaign on Monday.
Soure:AFP: 2018/6/19 19:23:40

Tunisia coach: thank all my players for their defensive attitude

Despite disappointed with the results of the match against England in the World Cup Group G clash on Monday, the Tunisia coach Nabil Maaloul praised his men for the defensive attitude during the whole game.
Soure:Xinhua: 2018/6/19 9:47:10

Five-time champs Brazil need solutions after coming unstuck against Swiss

After failing to live up to pre-tournament hype with a disappointing 1-1 draw in their World Cup opener against Switzerland, Brazil need to quickly find a key to unlock opponents happy to sit back and defend for most of the game.
Soure:Reuters: 2018/6/18 21:58:40

Aussie starlet Arzani ready for World Cup battle

Australia teenager Daniel Arzani is ready to go into battle for the Socceroos as they seek to rescue their World Cup campaign against Denmark.
Soure:AFP: 2018/6/18 21:58:40

Salah stands in Russia's way

Mohamed Salah is a looming obstacle as Russia attempt to virtually secure their place in the knockout stages of the World Cup in Saint Petersburg on Tuesday.
Soure:AFP: 2018/6/18 21:58:39

Hierro tells fans to give De Gea 'time and oxygen'

Spain's under-pressure goalkeeper David de Gea has the backing of coach Fernando Hierro, who said he will stick by the keeper for La Roja's next game against Iran on Wednesday despite his performance in the 3-3 draw with Portugal.
Soure:Reuters: 2018/6/18 21:33:40

Two British men removed from train to Volgograd

Two British men were removed from a train traveling to the Russian city of Volgograd for the World Cup, a source with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
Soure:Reuters: 2018/6/18 21:33:40

Mexicans hoping to end last-16 jinx

Mexico's astonishing win over Germany has raised hopes that they could finally break a long-running jinx at the World Cup and go beyond the second round.
Soure:AFP: 2018/6/18 21:28:40

Mexico's Marquez becomes third man to play at five World Cups

Mexico captain Raia Marquez has become only the third player to play at five World Cups after he came on as a substitute during Sunday's 1-0 win against world champions Germany.
Soure:Xinhua: 2018/6/18 8:37:02

Mexico coach makes plan to beat Germany six months ago

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio said here Sunday that he had made the plan to beat defending champions Germany in the World Cup Group F opener six months before.
Soure:Xinhua: 2018/6/18 6:25:39

Brazil and Switzerland draw 1-1 in Group E match in Rostov-on-Don

Brazil and Switzerland drew their opening World Cup group E match 1-1 in the Rostov Arena on Sunday night.
Soure:Xinhua: 2018/6/18 6:25:16

Germany 0, Mexico 1 (full time)

Final score from the World Cup Group F match between Germany and Mexico at Luzhniki Stadium on Sunday.
Soure:Xinhua: 2018/6/18 6:23:33

World Cup: Argentina draws with Iceland 1-1

Lionel Messi (1st L) of Argentina shoots a penalty kick during a group D match between Argentina and Iceland at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Russia, June 16, 2018.
Soure:Xinhua: 2018/6/17 10:53:28

Soccer fan pays back friend's 300,000 yuan debt

A soccer fan helped his friend pay back debt worth 300,000 yuan ($46,600) to travel to Russia and watch the 2018 World Cup.
Soure:Global Times: 2018/6/16 11:23:03

Hisense launches its new World Cup slogan

Global technology leader Hisense, the official TV sponsor of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, has launched its смотри Hisense World Cup slogan as it encourages football fans not to miss the world's biggest sporting event.
Soure:Xinhua: 2018/6/16 10:39:19

Ronaldo hat-trick as Portugal and Spain draw thrilling match 3-3 in Sochi

Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat-trick as Portugal drew 3-3 with Spain in their World Cup Group B opening game in Sochi on Friday night.
Soure:Xinhua: 2018/6/16 10:24:17