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BRA vs SWI Match Result - FIFA WC 2018
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Philippe Coutinho 20'
50' S. Zuber

Brazil have only themselves to blame - they took it way too easy after that first wonder goal, and allowed the Swiss back into it. Neymar looked out of sorts and must step up his game if he and Brazil are to make an impact this tournament. 

The Swiss, meanwhile, provide further evidence of their indomitable spirit. Kudos to them

That's all from me, Anirudh Menon signing out... 

90' + 5' The ref takes an age, the Swiss takes an age, Neymar can finally take... 
90'+ 4' Neymar runs. Neymar gets fouled. Neymar will take a freekick, thirty yards out, just left of center. 
90' + 3' Džemaili does superbly to turn Thiago near the halfway line and the Swiss wins a smart freekick. Xhaka loses it with an over-ambitious crossfield
90' + 2' Willian tries to switch the play to Marcelo - and pry Switzerland open; but he overhits it. Sommer will take an hour to take that goalkick. 
90' + 1' FIVE MINUTES ADDED ON! Augusto wins a corner, the ball breaks out to Miranda - whose lash from just inside the box smashes just wide of Sommer's near post
90' Neymar squares up Lang -- a freekick is the natural outcome... AND OH! OH! OH! Neymar floats in a lovely ball into the box and Firmino heads it down firmly - only for Sommer to save superbly. The rebound falls just behind the lurking Augusto. 
89' Switzerland break forward after yet another Marcelo pass is cut out - and Shaqiri rolls forward, a little pitbull in red and white, before smashing an utterly rubbish shot well wide of Alisson's goal. 
88' OH! OH! OH! Willian floats in a sumptuous cross that Neymar ghosts onto inside the box - but the superstar can only head it straight at Sommer!
86' The veteran Lichtsteiner's race is run, a touch of cramp keeping him down, and Michael Lang of Basel runs on in his stead
85' A moment of comedy as a massive red balloon floats into the field of play and Alisson is called into play to burst it with a massive stomp. At the other end, Brazil glide for'ard and Neymar plays in Firmino with a lovely touch -- but the Liverpool man cannot get it under control. Another decent looking chance 
84' Shaqiri tries to barrel his way into the box - and almost does so - but a failed elastico allows Danilo to see him out. 
83' It's all Switzerland at the moment, as Shaqiri looks to play in Džemaili down the middle; only for the alert Thiago to cut it out. 
82' OW OW OW FIRMINO! Augusto slips him behind Akanji's shoulder and he bursts through - before smashing the ball well over Sommer's crossbar
81' Lichtsteiner goes down after a clash of heads and despite Brazil's protestations, the ref asks for the ball to be played out. As son as that is done, the Swiss captain gets up and starts complaining. Wily. 
80' The Swiss are making a sub of their own as Breel Embelo comes on in place of Haris Seferovic; who's run himself into the ground this game. 
79' That's the last bit of action for Jesus, as Firmino is thrown on in his stead. The Liverpool striker gets into the action right away as he looks to dribble into the box; but Schar and Lichtsteiner see him off easily
78' Coutinho, Neymar and Jesus attempt to connect at the edge of the box; but Schar reads it all superbly and wins it with a superb interception.
77' Marcelo is such a delight to watch. He dribbles around Lichtsteiner with the nonchalance of a born winger before teeing up Neymar -- who curls one into Sommer's hands. 
76' Brazil are potting about dangerously inside the Swiss third -- but Fernandinho murders the move dead with a horrendous shot that smashes into row Z. 
74' Xhaka's having the best game of his season so far. He finds it Džemaili with a lovely little dink but he ends up losing out to Thiago Siva
73' CONTROVERSY AS JESUS GOES DOWN INSIDE THE BOX! Jesus started it all with some incredible twinkle-toes feet and he plays a superb one-two with Coutinho before bursting into the box where it looks like Akanji has brought him down -- but the ref, and VAR deem it fair and legal. 
72' Xhaka pings a magnificent ball out to Shaqiri - simply sublime that 70 yarder - the winger kills it dead with a velvety touch and tees up Džemaili - but the midfielder's shot dribbles harmlessly into Alisson's gloves
71' Fernandinho stomps on Seferovic's feet; but the ref deems it unintentional and unavoidable so play goes on. Pekovic, on the touchline, is FUMING. 
70' Behrami goes out after putting in a hell of a shift; and Zakaria sprints on. Behrami's not happy to be off and needs a pat on his shoulder and a little bit of encouragement from his manager to make his way to the subs bench
69' Neymar looks to feed in Willian in at the far post, but Rodriguez reads it and heads it out. Neymar then swans out to the other flank and pings a lovely ball into Coutinho - who lashes a shot well wide. Great chance! 
68' Behrami gets into the ref's naughty book for absolutely cleaning up Neymar. Finally, scream the Brazilians. 
67' That one comes to nothing... and then Willian smashes it into row Z. That's halfway back to Rio by now. Tite looks to change things up and throws on Renato Augusto in place of Paulinho
66' Neymar's freekick is rubbish, but after a bit of pinball Fernandinho's hopeful smack into the area is deflected away for a corner. 
65' Schar gets a yellow for pulling back Neymar blatantly - the little magician looked like he was about to break through finally with one of his sublime dribbles. That's a freekick from the edge of the box; well towards Sommer's right. 
64' Jesus gives the ball away with a pass straight to Shaqiri and the Swiss throttle Brazil further back into their own area. 
63' The Swiss have put up a superb shield in front of their goal at the moment and the Brazilians are finding no way through. Heads are slowly starting to drop. 
61' WOOF! Akanji sends Jesus one way and goes the other with a drop of his shoulder - prey turning predator - but his pass is cut out. The ball ends up with Marcelo; who's crossfield to Danilo is horrendous. 
60' On cue, Tite hooks Casemiro and brings on Fernandinho. The Swiss move purposefully forward and Shaqiri wins a smart freekick off a frustrated Paulinho
59' AH! Casemiro has a look, sees Fernandinho ready to come on - knows whats coming - and smashes a shot at goal from forty yards out. It whistles hansomely high over Sommer's crossbar. 
58' That one leads to another and while the second is dealt with well by Akanji, Brazil have Switzerland pegged back into their own third now. 
57' ... which ends when Shaqiri swings it into Alisson's grateful arms. Brazil move forward -- WOAH! Willian's pass to Paulinho is cut out but it drops to Coutinho at the edge of the box. He SMASHES it at goal but Schar throws his body at it. Coutinho tries again, Schar does it again. It drops to Neymar who dances to the ede of the box and wins a corner with his shot
56'  The Brazilians are prying and prodding, and coming up against a solid mass of red. Coutinho compounds Brazil's worries by giving the ball away to Shaqiri and allow the Swiss a brief spell of possession
53' Brazil have to step out of their leisurely first-gear pace now, they don't have much of a choice. Jesus attempts to do this by touching a routine Marcelo pass into the path of Neymar with a superb touch - but Behrami reads it and gets in his way. In the process, he overstretched a bit and the 33-year-old looks like he's in a fair amount of pain
51' OH! The Swiss have the bit between their teeth. Džemaili motors forward with intent before attempting to slip in Shaqiri and it takes a superb Casemiro tackle to stop the pocket-sized Dynamo from tearing into the Brazilian third. There's quite a lot of discussion going on off the ball by the by, Zuber did give Miranda a slight nudge to free himself up and the Brazilian's are furious that VAR has not ruled it. 
OH! MY! WOW! Shaqiri swung in a sublime ball and Zuber was given the freedom of the six yard box; not one man near him, not one! And he absolutely leathers the header into the back of the net. 1-1, GAME ON! 
49' Switzerland win a corner... Seferovic's superb hold-up play and lovely through ball being stopped by the alert Marcelo
48' Lichtsteiner loses the ball on the halfway line; Neymar sets Brazil on their way with a clever backheel to Marcelo... they exchange passes before Neymar slips in Paulinho who almost touches the ball onto Jesus but Akanji is on the job and the ball's spun away from the striker.
47' The Brazilians start with a little more enterprise than they ended the first - and they're playing keep ball inside the Swiss third; till Casemiro's sold short by a Marcelo pass and has to take Shaqiri out. Yellow for the Brazilian enforcer

The Brazilians have played within themselves, and apart from that moment of Coutinho magic, haven't really tried to do anything but stop the Swiss
45' + 2' Casemiro and Coutinho bully Seferovic to the ground; the ref sees through their attempts and rightly whistles for the foul - Rodriguez will take. And Allison will collect
45' +1' Marcelo runs at Lichtsteiner and wins a corner of the Swiss captain. AND OOOOO! THIAGO SILVA FLASHES A SUPERB HEADER JUST HIGH!
45' Two minutes to be added on. 
44' Xhaka almost finds Shaqiri with a brilliant 70-yard crossfield; the Xhaka of Switzerland is almost unrecognisable from the Xhaka of Arsenal
43' Oh Thiago Silva, superb. Shaqiri glided away from Marcelo with absurd ease and stuck in a lovely ball that Silva had tro stretch every sinew in his neck to get to ahead of Džemaili.
42' SUPERB DEFENDING FROM AKANJI! Again, Brazil go from 0-100 with a couple of touches - a Coutinho flick, a Paulinho through ball - and Jesus is running at Akanji. The young Basel lad, though does superbly to hold his ground and nudge Jesus off the ball. 
40' Superb stuff from Behrami, who muscles Neymar off the ball as that little elf floats daintily across the park with no real purpose or intent. The veteran can't, though, pick a ball out to his forwards
39' OUCH! OUCH! OUCH! After a lovely Swiss move, Zuber leathered a horrendous shot (destination: corner) right into the face of Thiago Silva. Let me assure you, he felt that one
38' AH! Seferovic. From the Swiss break, Shaqiri plays in a peach of a ball into his striker's feet; but the big man can't get the ball under his control and Brazil clear. 
37' Brazil finally get the ball after a spell out of possession and they are passing it around like a particularly cherished member of the family. Then Marcelo gives it a great big hug with the loveliest of touches that kills a Willian steepler dead. His attempt to play in Neymar, though, is quite the opposite, and the Swiss break
36' They are not to be deterred, though. Rodriguez swings in another teaser that Miranda does well to twist and head away from the grasp of Seferovic. 
35' Seferovic plucks the ball out of thin air with a lovely velvet touch but as he looks to play in Shaqiri, Marcelo intercepts. Now the Swiss have to start all over again
34' Neymar looks to take on Behrami, but the veteran matches him stride for stride and eases him off the ball. But he can't get the play moving forward
33' OH! OH! Neymar whipped in an absolutely lovely ball into the far corner; where Jesus leapt highest to head it across the face of the goal but no one took the gamble to make the run and that's that
32' Neymar stands over the freekick, Marcelo - standing beside him - takes in his stead and Seferovic has to be alert to head the floaty cross out for an corner 
31' Another superb Paulinho interception sets off Neymar -- who can only be stopped by a massive Lichtsteiner forearm across the face. Yellow for the Swiss skipper
30' The Swiss are hogging the ball at the moment, Xhaka looks to play in Rodriguez on the overlap, but the hardworking WIllian has got him covered. 
29' Neymar looks to dribble his way past Xhaka in that joyous manner of his; the Swiss-Albanian, though does well to win this particular round. 
28' The Swiss are passing it amongst themselves a bit, as they look to work a way back into the box. Rodriguez accelerates matters by swinging in one of his delightful whips into the far post; where Marcelo does well to keep Stephan Lichsteiner at bay
27' They are both okay as the docs certify them A-ok to continue
25' Džemaili wins a corner with a clever run into the box; but it comes to nothing. Play halts for a bit as Casemiro and Schar clash heads -- the both of them need attending too, the Swiss more than his opponent. 
24' Xhaka switches play with a superb crossfield out to Xhaqiri, the Swiss Johnny Bravo tries to make the most of it but Marcelo, Coutinho and Casemiro pass their way out of it. 
23' OH PAULINHO! An utterly useless flick, but the joy it has given me. Paulinho tries to rainbow flick a ball onto Neymar's path but it's cut out by the ageless Behrami. 
22' The Swiss look for an immediate response and punt the ball into the box; where Thiago Silva outjumps Seferovic. WIllian picks up the loose ball and sprints away from Xhaka with a shimmy of his hips - WOOF - before slipping in Danilo down the right. The City right-back messes up the cross into Jesus' path, though
HOLY MOTHER OF GOOD GOD. WHAT A HIT, SON! After Neymar and Marcelo took it in turns to try and pierce the Swiss defence with through balls, it rebounded out to Coutinho. He took a touch, looked up, and from the edge of the box curled the most sumptuous smack into Sommer's far post. WHAT. A. HIT
19' Ah, till Zuber pings a useless ball miles wide ofhis intended target - Xherdan Shaqiri. Brazil waste no time in setting up camp in the opposite half....
18' It's ludicrous how fast Brazil switch gears. Scary, almost. At the other end, though, Ricardo Rodriguez slips away from Willian with a shimmy of his hops and the Swiss look to keep ahold of the ball
17' OH BRASIL! OH BRASIL! From virtual standstill, Brazil hit 100 mph as a lazy Casemiro flick on allows Coutinho to charge into space, where he slips it to Jesus -- but the ball's got a touch more oomph than he intended. Goalkick
16' AH! What an anti-climax; Neymar smacks it into the wall. And the Swiss hack it clear in the no-nonsense manner
15' Neymar goes this way, Behrami goes that way, Neymar goes the other way, Behrami can do nothing but take him out. Neymar stands over the freekick, twenty five yards out, dead center
13' OH, REPLAYS have confirmed that the earlier Paulinho shot was superbly saved by Yann Sommer. My God. 
12' Neymar toys with Zuber for a bit, before laying it off to Paulinho who slips in Willian - but his cross is once again ineffectual. 
11' Brazil move forward in that lazy, easy-on-the-eye style of theirs, lulling the Swiss till Marcelo swooshes the most audacious outside-of-the-boot crossfield to WIllian. He in turn flashes it across the box, Coutinho keeps it, slips in Neymar - and he in turn plays it into Paulinho; WHO'S SHOT DRIBBLES JUST WIDE OF THE GOAL! WOOF! CLOSE!
9' The Swiss are not here to make up the numbers, let me tell you that much. They press Brazil back into their own halves -- where Paulinho does well to win the men in yellow and blue a goalkick of Seferovic
8' A clever Thiago Silva interception stops Seferovic in his tracks and immediately break forward. Neymar takes over - attempts a couple of one-twos and ends up losing the ball. Sigh. 
7' Gabriel Jesus channels his inner Carlos Tevez and chases after what looks like a lost cause. He harries Akanji into giving the ball away, before slipping it into the path of the marauding Paulinho; who can't get it under his spell as he steams into the box
6' ...OH WILLIAN! From the move, the Brazilians work down to the right where the Chelsea veteran smashes one of his trademark balls across the face. Neither Jesus nor Neymar take a gamble at the near post and that's that for Brazil's most promising attack yet
5' Brazil are playing keep ball for sometime, trying to take the sting out of Switzerland's lively start, Neymar turns Xhaka on the spot with a flourish of his hips -- Xhaka pulls him back blatantly -- but the ref waves play on...
4' I cannot stress enough upon just how silly Neymar looks.  
3' Marcelo, Coutinho, and Neymar are trying to work their little triangles down the left but the Swiss - led by Lichsteiner - are reading it to perfection. One quick interception leads to a rapid Swiss counter -- Shaqiri picks out Džemaili and the midfielder runs onto it inside the box -- FROM WHERE HE SHOOTS OVER! OH!
2' The sweet left foot of Ricardo Rodriguez is allowed room to work with down his flank - he puts in a ball, but Casemiro is alive to the danger and cuts it off immediately
1' Neymar's sporting a truly ridiculous Maggi-strand haircut. The last time a Brazilian superstar sported a ludicrous hair-do was in 2002, a triangle of hair on an otherwise bald pate -- O Fenemeno, what a player you are. On the pitch, the Swiss have started brightly

Brazil in their glorious canary yellow and blue will be kicking from left to right as you'd see it on the idiot box. The Swiss in their stoic red and white shall attempt to move the little round thing the other way
OH! THE ATMOSPHERE IS ABSOLUTELY ELECTRIC as the Brazilian and Swiss national anthems ring out around the Rostov Arena. 
So Danilo's starting - instead of Tite's favourite Fagner - while Thiago Silva takes his place at the back instead of his club mate and great friend Marquinhos. Tite's also gone for the more attacking front six by including both Willian and Coutinho -- which means they expect Switzerland to sit as deep as possible and they could do with the additional attacking outlet instead of the solidity of Renato Augusto. 

This really ought to be a cracker

Brazil XI (4-5-1):
Alisson; Danilo, Thiago Silva, Miranda, Marcelo; Casemiro, Paulinho, Philippe Coutinho; Willian, Gabriel Jesus, Neymar

Switzerland XI (4-2-3-1):
Yann Sommer; Stephan Lichtsteiner, Fabian Schar, Manuel Akanji, Ricardo Rodriguez; Granit Xhaka, Valon Behrami; Xherdan Shaqiri, Blerim Dzemaili, Steven Zuber; Haris Seferovic.
Brazil vs Switzerland - Preview

Vladimir Petkovic has made things crystal clear. "We're not here to make a lovely match but to win it. We'll try to be as organised as possible, you need to provoke a team like Brazil into making mistakes so you can create opportunities, that's the mentality you need to have because we'll need to score one or two goals to win the game."

Expect the Swiss to give absolutely no quarter - as you would a team that has lost just once in it last 22 matches - and with a squad full of battlers, they aren't going to roll over. That being said, not one of them are going to be on the centre-stage. 

When you've 25% of all World Cups that have been played, when you've not lost a group stage game since 1998, when you've topped every group you've been in since 1982, when you are as much an object of myth as you are of flesh and blood, the spotlight inevitably falls on you. It's Brazil. Brasil. 

And after nearly two decades, this is the first time it feels like a Brazil side, the Brazil of Socrates, of Zico, of Garrincha, of Pele. Their manager, part-philosopher, part-father, Tite, took charge of them while they languished in 6th in the CONMEBOL qualifiers, playing the kind of dire nonsense no sane Brazilian fan can ever digest. They haven't been beaten since.

Gabriel Jesus has made the no.9 shirt his own, Philippe Coutinho's weaving magical little patterns in the middle, Marcelo's being Marcelo,  Neymar's playing like he's a God. This is Brasil. They've a 1-7 loss to avenge, a humiliation that can only be absolved by victory. Then need this Cup, And they need to begin this with a win. 

It's going to be a belter. 
Brazil vs Switzerland - Kickoff time, Venue, TV Schedule, Live Streaming details

Kickoff time: 21:00 PM Local Time | 11:30 PM IST (that's 2330 for you, soldier)
Venue: Rostov Arena, Rostov del Don
TV Schedule: Ten 2, Ten 2 HD in India, ITV in the UK, SuperSport in Nigeria, Fox in the US
Live Stream: Sonyliv - but why disturb the folks when you can just follow it here!

Brazil vs Switzerland - Team News

Neymar's fit again. Does team news come any bigger than that? After coming off the bench in the last two friendlies and showing the world exactly what they've missed in the last three months, he's ready to put the ghosts of 2014 behind him.

Tite's not too sure, though, and with just 128 minutes of action for his star player in the last three months, he's being cautious- "Neymar is not yet 100 percent. But physically, he is very privileged. His sprints, his speed are very impressive. He's not 100 percent yet... But he's good enough to play well."

Everyone else in the squad's fully fit, though. Renato Augusto, a Tite favourite, could be benched due to a combination of a recent dip in form and an interest in the coach to start both Coutinho and Willian in order to control the tempo of the game better in midfield.

For Switzerland, the blow of losing Admir Mehmedi to a knee injury is still just about settling in and so it'll be interesting to see who Vladimir Petkovic prefers upfront - the unreliable Breel Embolo or the rusty Haris Seferovic.

The Swiss machine's main cogs are Granit Xhaka - who is so much better for his adopted nation than he is for his club - and Xherdan Shaqiri - who on his day is as good as anyone out there.

Brazil vs Switzerland- Probable Lineups
Brazil Predicted XI (4-5-1): Alisson; Danilo, Thiago Silva, Miranda, Marcelo; Casemiro, Paulinho, Philippe Coutinho; Willian, Gabriel Jesus, Neymar

Switzerland Predicted XI (4-2-3-1): Yann Sommer; Stephan Lichtsteiner, Fabian Schar, Manuel Akanji, Ricardo Rodriguez; Granit Xhaka, Valon Behrami; Xherdan Shaqiri, Blerim Dzemaili, Breel Embolo; Haris Seferovic.

Brazil vs Switzerland - Form Guide

(all competitions - most recent first)

Brazil: WWWDDW

There are few teams who come into this tournament in the kind of form Brazil do. Under Tite, Brazil have rediscovered their love for the game while simultaneously creating the kind of solidity Tite's predecessors kept trying to forge.   

Most recent game: 10/06/18: Austria 0 - 3 Brazil

Switzerland: WDWWDW

against Northern Ireland saw the Swiss squeeze through to the finals, but ever since they've been confirmed participants they've turned into their reliable old selves. What is it they say about the Swiss and clockwork? They've only lost ONCE in their last 22 outings.

Most recent game: 08/06/18: Switzerland 2 - 0 Japan

Brazil vs Switzerland - Head to Head

Games Played:

Brazil Wins: 3

The Brazilians have scored 10 goals against the Swiss but conceded 8 - traditionally they don't like playing the men from the alps

Switzerland Wins: 2

Brazil and Switzerland's only previous meeting at a World Cup finals ended in a 2-2 draw on Brazilian soil in 1950.

Draws: That is but elementary [math], my dear Watson. Really, really, elementary

Brazil vs Switzerland - Prediction

Switzerland are going to set out to make things as tough as possible for the Brazilians, but expect the Selecao to come up trumps in a tightly contested match. Our Prediction? Brazil 2 - 1 Switzerland
M. Lang
S. Lichtsteiner
B. Embolo
H. Seferović
Roberto Firmino
Gabriel Jesus
D. Zakaria
V. Behrami
V. Behrami
Renato Augusto
F. Schär
S. Zuber
assist: X. Shaqiri
S. Lichtsteiner
Philippe Coutinho
Switzerland (4-2-3-1)
Vladimir Petković (Manager)
João Miranda
Thiago Silva
Philippe Coutinho
Gabriel Jesus
Y. Sommer
R. Rodríguez
M. Akanji
F. Schär
S. Lichtsteiner
G. Xhaka
V. Behrami
S. Zuber
B. Džemaili
X. Shaqiri
H. Seferović
Switzerland (4-2-3-1)
Vladimir Petković (Manager)
Brazil Subs
Roberto Firmino
Douglas Costa
Pedro Geromel
Filipe Luis
Ederson Moraes
Renato Augusto
Switzerland Subs
R. Bürki
J. Djourou
J. Drmic
N. Elvedi
B. Embolo
G. Fernandes
R. Freuler
M. Gavranović
M. Lang
F. Moubandje
Y. Mvogo
D. Zakaria
21 SHOTS 6
11 FOULS 19
Pos Club P W D L GD Pts
Group A
1 Uruguay 3 3 0 0 5 9
2 Russia 3 2 0 1 4 6
3 Saudi Arabia 3 1 0 2 -5 3
4 Egypt 3 0 0 3 -4 0
Group B
1 Spain 3 1 2 0 1 5
2 Portugal 3 1 2 0 1 5
3 Iran 3 1 1 1 0 4
4 Morocco 3 0 1 2 -2 1
Group C
1 France 3 2 1 0 2 7
2 Denmark 3 1 2 0 1 5
3 Peru 3 1 0 2 0 3
4 Australia 3 0 1 2 -3 1
Group D
1 Croatia 3 3 0 0 6 9
2 Argentina 3 1 1 1 -2 4
3 Nigeria 3 1 0 2 -1 3
4 Iceland 3 0 1 2 -3 1
Group E
1 Brazil 3 2 1 0 4 7
2 Switzerland 3 1 2 0 1 5
3 Serbia 3 1 0 2 -2 3
4 Costa Rica 3 0 1 2 -3 1
Group F
1 Sweden 3 2 0 1 3 6
2 Mexico 3 2 0 1 -1 6
3 Korea Republic 3 1 0 2 0 3
4 Germany 3 1 0 2 -2 3
Group G
1 Belgium 3 3 0 0 7 9
2 England 3 2 0 1 5 6
3 Tunisia 3 1 0 2 -3 3
4 Panama 3 0 0 3 -9 0
Group H
1 Colombia 3 2 0 1 3 6
2 Japan 3 1 1 1 0 4
3 Senegal 3 1 1 1 0 4
4 Poland 3 1 0 2 -3 3
Tournament FIFA WC 2018 - Week 1
Stadium Rostov Arena
Match time Sun, 17 Jun 2018, 11:30 PM
Updated: Jun 18, 2018 01:25 AM | Published: Jun 17, 2018 21:05 PM
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