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Belgium lead Brazil on Fernandinho own goal

Belgium lead Brazil on Fernandinho own goal

The South Americans had 59 per cent of the possession in the quarter-final clash but were consistently caught on the break by Belgium's all-star front three, Eden Hazard , Kevin De Bruyne and Romelu Lukaku . But they will now head into a semi-final against France with huge confidence after taking the scalp of Brazil . But the defense was breached after 13 minutes in Tatarstan.


Sweden v England 07 July 2018

Sweden v England 07 July 2018

If England do beat Sweden and reach the last four, their next match will be in Moscow on Wednesday night, which will be far more accessible. Not even the England side from the early 21st century, containing stars like Beckham, Steven Gerrard and a young Wayne Rooney, ever got this far at a major tournament.



Social media reacts to England's win over Sweden

The Three Lions will play either Croatia or Russian Federation - who play on Saturday at 19:00 (BST). In 2014, the team didn't even make it out of the group stage. "I hope that, when they look at us, they know that everything is possible and that they can also go far". "We worked on that in practice". Robin Olsen and Victor Lindelof had impressive performances but it wasn't enough.


Luka Modric shines again but team mates must do more

Luka Modric shines again but team mates must do more

The match went into extra time and Croatian defender, Domagoj Vida , took them 2-1 up at 100 minutes with the added bonus of a salute from the nation's president, Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović. In a related incident, Federation Internationale de Football Association also issued a warning to Croatia goalkeeper, Danijel Subasic, who lifted his jersey to reveal a T-shirt commemorating a teammate who had died from game-related injuries in 2008.


Hamilton dedicates record pole to home fans at Silverstone

Hamilton dedicates record pole to home fans at Silverstone

I was shaking through the emotion, through the adrenaline rush was way above the limit that I had experienced before, which is kind of insane for my 76th. "I don't know what happened but [my neck] went a little bit stiff". We loosened it up. For tomorrow, I think the night will help so I'm not anxious.


Wozniacki joins seed exodus after stinging loss | Caroline Wozniacki | Wimbledon

Wozniacki joins seed exodus after stinging loss | Caroline Wozniacki | Wimbledon

The unseeded Russian has upset the world number two in three sets in the second round of Wimbledon , with five of the top eight women's seeds now out. "I feel like I could have gone and done something really great here". But with someone playing like this today, I really did what I could. I fought all I had.