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EGY vs URU Match Result - FIFA WC 2018
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89' J. Giménez
PEEEEP! PEEEEEEEEEEP! PEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP! And that's that at the Central Stadium. The Pharaohs sink to their knees as they surrender to a late onslaught from the South Americans. But don't get it wrong, it was not for a lack of trying. The Egyptians have shown enough heart today. Can they add some grit and sharpness to have something to show for it? 

Anyway, the match has ended Egypt 1-0 Uruguay. That's the bloody World Cup for you. Never short of excitement.

This is me, Shambhu Ajith, signing off. Hope y'all had a ball. See you lads and lasses, tomorrow. Drink a pint for me.

95' That's all she wrote, it looks like.
94' Egypt will feel hard done by the result but there is still some time left on the clock for them to snatch one back. Can they do it? Fathy swings one into the area but Gimenez heads it out of danger. They get the ball back in again and Elneny goes for goal from the edge of the area. Suarez runs away with the ball and is hacked to the ground by Ahmed Hegazi.
93' Trezeguet trots off the field after picking up a knock in that coming together with Varela.
92' Varela throws himself to protect the ball and is mowed down by Trezeguet. The former Manchester United man will remain on the ground in a bid to run the clock out.
91' Egypt still got time. Can they pull a rabbit out of the hat? 5 minutes added on.
89' Jose Gimenez heads it into the corner! An unstoppable header. He climbs ahead of his own partner, Godin and thunders it far beyond the reach of El Shenawy. Look what it means to him! 
It has finally arrived for Uruguay and the Atletico defender is swarmed upon by his entire squad. Egypt can't believe it! They held on for so long!
88' Uruguay have a freekick on the right side, near the corner flag. Sanchez is on it.
87' CAVANI HITS THE POST! COULD IT GET ANY MORE DRAMATIC? The danger is quelled for now.
87' Cavani will take the freekick.
87' Substitution for Uruguay.
Torreira in. Vecino off.
86' Fathy gives Uruguay a freekick after pushing Cavani to the ground right outside the area. Dangerous position.
86' Uruguay turning on the heat in the final few minutes but Egypt are keeping their heads and defending well in the final third.
84' Egypt breaking forward now. El Said down the middle, shuffles it to Shafy on the left wing. They are staying patient, playing the waiting game trying to bait the Uruguayan defenders out of their zones. But it doesn't work as Suarez tries to force the issue with a driving run. However, he can't pull it off and that fizzles out.
84' Sanchez takes it but nobody gets at the end of it and Egypt clear the danger and Uruguay are forced to back to their defence.
83' Uruguay have a corner. What a finale this is!
Suarez and Cavani linking up to perfection on the edge of the area and the latter thunders in a volley that's crying out loud to embrace the netting but El Shenawy has been on top of his game and pulls off a magnificent save to keep the Egyptians in the game.
81' Substitution for Egypt.
Amr Warda off. Ramadan Sobhi on.
80' Trezeguet tries to slide the ball through Bentancur's legs on the edge of the area but the latter ain't having none of that and get Uruguay running on the counter. A ball is floated into the area but Hegazi heads it out of danger. El Said drives ahead with the ball and slides it back to Elneny. Egypt slow down and El Said still makes inroads with his deft touches and movement but ultimately the ball falls to Elneny and he is falling backwards as he gets his shot away. It sails into the stands.
79' Space a plenty for Kahraba and he runs to the edge of the box on the left side and drag it back but Gimenez slides in and clears it out of danger. Should have made more of that.
76' Godin intercepts the ball off and Sanchez gets on the end of it. The captain drives ahead into the box but Sanchez' ball into the box is overhit and it rolls out for a goalkick before Godin can put his foot through it.
75' Uruguay are keeping the ball but Egypt are defending deep and defending well. It's really going to take something special to beat this Egyptian defence.
74' Rodriguez tries to chase down a long ball that's propelled to the left flank by Gimenez but it was too heavy and he will watch it go out for an Egypt throw-in.
The Barcelona hitman is played into the box by a delightful by Cavani and Suarez, instead of going for goal tries to round up El Shenawy who runs out and gathers the ball from the striker's feet. That's quite brave from the Egyptian goalkeeper. Poor from Suarez though. He should have had 2 goals by now.
72' Elneny slides in to win the ball from Bentancur and they glide forward. Kahraba switches the wing and Fathy gets a thunderous shot away but its hit straight at Muslera who catches the ball. Quite a good sight that.
71' Karahba tries to whip one into the area but it falls behind Morsy as one more Egypt attack comes to nothing.
70' Sanchez corner goes straight to Cavani who tries to dance past a couple of defenders and gets his shot away but his teammate Caceres catches it with his hand in an attempt to avoid bodily harm and Egypt get a freekick.
69' Rodriguez doing the chunk of the playmaking as he combines well with Suarez down the centre and then releases Nandez on the wing. The cross is deflected and Uruguay have a corner.
68' Sanchez goes for goal from 25 yards out but Hegazi gets in the way and once again snuffs out the danger.
67' Elneny, Karahba and Said all combine to create some magic down the right flank but ultimately it fizzles out as Muslera comes out and gathers the ball.
66' Hegazi once again with an excellent interception. He slides in this time to stop an optimistic but precise through ball that was falling into Cavani's path.
65' Kahraba steals the ball and tries to go forward but Uruguay regain the ball and Rodriguez bombs ahead once again but Fathi stands his ground and blocks the cross. He once again proves that he is up to the task with some intense defending which sees the ball roll out for a throw-in. The 33-year-old has been a rock at the back for Egypt today.
64' Kahraba is nicknamed 'Electricity'. Missing element in Egypt's game? I certainly think so.
63' Caceres bombes forward down the leg side and sends one in with vicious pace into the danger area but Hegazi's timely interception thwarts the danger.
62' Substitution for Egypt.

Kahraba on. Mohsen off.
61' Uruguay have a freekick near the centre of the park. Sanchez floats it in and Suarez is flagged offside as the evening gets even more frustrating for the Barcelona man.
61' Rodriguez tries to lob a ball into the danger area but Warda is there to block him off. Uruguay go all the way back to the goalkeeper in an attempt to write on a clean slate from scratch. But Egypt are proving to be quite difficult to break down.
59' Suarez tries to lay the ball off to Cavani on the brink of the area but El Said tracks back efficiently and intercepts much to the surprise of the PSG striker.
58' The youngsters have been replaced by the old guard. Will that spark a change? Only time will tell.
One more substitution for Uruguay.

Arrascaeta off. C. Rodriguez on.
Substitution for Uruguay.

Nandez off. Sanchez on.
56' Uruguay lose the ball in the attacking third once again and invites Egypt to break on the counter. It looks promising until Fathi's ball inwards from the right flank is intercepted and Uruguay break on a counter of their own. The game is opening up. We are in for an entertaining final 30 minutes.
54' Egypt keeping the ball, scoping their attacking half for openings. Uruguay don't look to keen to win the ball back. However, Trezeguet latches on to it and goes for goal from 30 yards out and sends the ball straight into the advertising hoardings. 
51' Nandez digs a ball into the area but neither Cavani or Suarez can capitalize on it and Egypt steal the ball and break forward on the counter. But Godin once again steps in and clears the danger when its most needed as Egypt get the ball into the box from the right flank.
51' Trezeguet wins the ball and motors into the final third but boss Godin steps it and asks him to bugger off with that prancing. But Egypt regather their troops and Shafy lays it onto Trezeguet on the left side but the latter's poke trying to find Mohsen rolls out for a goalkick.
50' Gimenez leathers one trying to find Cavani but Egypt pump the ball out of danger.
Substitution for Egypt.

Sam Morsy in. Injured Tarek Hamed off.
48' Hamed doesn't look like he can continue and that's a big blow to Egypt. He has been a nuisance as far as Uruguay is concerned. A change is imminent.
47' Egypt escape with the ball but Trezeguet is stopped in his tracks as Uruguay try to launch an attack of their own. Arrascaeta bumps into Hamed and there's a breakage in play as Egypt get a freekick. They surrender position immediately afterwards however. Hamed is down on the ground but. The medical team is out on the field.
45' Cavani plays Suarez into the box and Hegazi is caught out. The Barcelona man finds the space in behind him but El Shenawy closes the angle and makes himself big and saves the day for the Egyptians!
PEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP! The second half is up and running in this game that'll probably be defined by the competitiveness showed by the Egyptians in their return to the World Cup stage.
Uruguay will walk out of the tunnel knowing they'll have to labour for a favourable result tonight. Chances have been on short supply for the duo of Suarez and Cavani and their inexperienced midfield has been asked to put their noses to the grindstone by the Pharaohs. As for Egypt, they are looking surprisingly positive in the absence of Salah- the one player they seem to schlepp their competitiveness into the results front. We're seconds away from kicking off in the second half.
PEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP! Half time. Egypt 0-0 Uruguay.
45' Trezeguet intercepts the ball on the left wing and storms forward before sliding it into Al Said whose first touch is awkwardly abysmal and it takes the sting out of a threatening attack. 
45' One minute added on.
44' Fathi once again stops Suarez before Uruguay can break into the box and set Egypt up for yet another counter.
43' Egypt break on the counter and Fathi puts in a cross into the danger zone. Nothing comes from it as Godin intervenes to get it clear but Fathi gets a second chance and this time he bottles it with an overhit ball that sails well beyond the box. Uruguay break on the counter and Cavani has the chance to dink the ball into the box from the left side but Gabr heads it out of danger.
41' Trust Godin and Gimenez to silence Mohsen up front. They are so comfortable on the ball and Uruguay have looked much better over the past 10 minutes or so.
40' Egypt could really use the directness and doggedness of Mo Salah. For a while, it looked like the only thing they were lacking, to be honest.
39' Warda throws himself in the air to reach the ball with a bicycle kick in a midfield battle. He hits the turf, butt first and gets the ball kicked out of play because it hurts. Of course it hurts. He is not a thinker, is he?
37' Godin takes matters into his own hands and dodges past Warda and Elneny and gallops into the attacking third looking ominous. He then plakys a delightful threaded ball into Arrascaeta on the left flank but the latter's first touch leaves a lot to be desired as he punts it straight out of a danger for a goalkick.
36' Varela shifts the ball inside for Vecino who gifts the ball to Nandez who then redirects it into the path of Varela. He puts in a cross but El Shenawy gets to it before Cavani or Suarez can.
35' Uruguay try to orchestrate some deft football in the attacking third with Suarez, Arrascaeta and Bentancur involved but the final cross is hit straight at goalkeeper El Shenawy.
34' Fathi has been a force to reckon with in that right back position. He stops Bentancur in his tracks once again as Uruguay's attacking woes continue.
32' Mo Salah is doing a bit of kit repair on the bench and the stadium erupts again. Meanwhile, Egypt's attempt to work something in the final third is thwarted yet again but they keep hold of the ball and are working the left flank. Shafy ultimately crosses the ball into the area but it takes a deflection off Guillermo Varela and rests easy in Muslera's arms.
31' Suarez is denied by the wall. The ball rolls to the left wing and Arrascaeta lobs the ball into the box but El Shenawy, once again, collects the ball without any hassle.
30' Tarek Hamed mows Arrascaeta down and Uruguay have a freekick. 35 yards out. Suarez seems to want to go for goal here. Let's see.
29' Vecino lets one fly from 25 yards out but its nothing more than speculative effort and El Shenawy watches the ball sail out of relevance and then goes out to gather the ball for a goalkick.
28' Amr Warda once again bungs the ball into the area from the right flank but Muslera comes out and gobbles it up with considerable ease.
27' Suarez tries to dance past Tarek Ahmed but the Egyptian comes away with the ball to start off another Egypt attack and they look so much more comfortable on the ball than their South American counterparts.
25' Warda shuffles past Caceres, sends him to the church and then plays the ball to Mohsen who is right outside the D. He turns around and gets a shot away but its a weak one and Muslera has no issues dealing with that.
24' Now the Egyptians are pressing high and not giving the Uruguayans a moment of peace. Trezeguet wins the ball back and tries to run ahead using some trickery but the ball is stolen away from him.
23' Did Suarez just score from the corner? NO! He hits the sidenetting. Egypt will breathe a sigh of relief.
22' Ali Gabr heads a deadly looking Cavani volley away for a corner.
22' El Shenawy comes out and punches the corner clear. Quality goalkeeping there.
21' Uruguay win the ball back from a tepid Ehypt attack and are trying to work their way past the dogged Egyptian midfield. Fathi is on a roll. He first stops Suarez before he can get the cross in from the left side of the box and then runs to the flank to divert Arrascaeta's attempt to a corner.
20' Gimenez plays a ball deep into the right flank but its too overpowered for Varela to chase down. He gets to it but can't keep it in.
19' Uruguay are struggling to find some rhythm whereas Egypt are easing into their groove with every passing minute.
18' Hegazi plays a long, optimistic ball into the final third which is headed safely into the hands of Muslera by Godin.
17' Fathy has been quite impressive at right back. He releases El Said on the right side of the area but the forward decides to throw himself to the ground in an attempt to win a freekick but the ref got him dead to rights. You ain't doing that again tonight, son. 
15' Said lobs it into the area and Caceres plays it clear but the danger is not fully cleared until Gimenez denies Hegazi a chance to pump a cross into the box from the left flank. Goal kick.
15' Warda is greased off the ball by Bentancur. Oh, that's an elbow to the back. Not done, bruv. Egypt have a freekick- 25 yards out. I like where this game is going. Abdalla El Said will take it.
14' Meanwhile, Salah's face flashes on the screen and the stadium absolutely erupts.
13' Uruguay seamlessly transition into attack with Bentancur helping Varela and Suarez stitch together a fluid move forward. El Pistolero gets to have a go at goal at the end of it but it's a rather tame effort that does no justice to the build-up play.
11' Warda swings one into the area from the right side but that's cleared away. However, Elneny toils to win the ball back and slides it onto Mohsen who has the chance to put Egypt ahead. But he snatches at it and doesn't get the contact and hits it straight at Muslera instead.
10' Uruguay are playing a high pressing game and Egypt have, so far, negotiated with it well.
9' Marwan Mohsen presses Godin into a cul-de-sac of sorts near his own corner flag but Godin smacks the ball onto Mohsen and wins a goalkick. Phew.
7' Bentancur plays a lovely ball to Arrascaeta in the centre who deftly slides it into the path of Cavani who goes for goal from outside the area. He doesn't catch it well but his shot is on target regardless. However, it is severely lacking in pace and El Shenawy gets down to gather it.
6' Gabr pumps a ball straight into the attacking realms but Caceres reads it well and heads it out of danger and Uruguay try to spring a surprise on the counter. Cavani receives the ball on the left flank. He tries to curl one into the area but its weak and Gabr takes care of that with a clearing header.
4' A tenacious Warda gives Caceres no room for error and forces the issue and forces the ball out of play. Uruguay bung the ball high and far into the box but it rests easy in the arms of goalkeeper El Shenawy.
3' Marwan Mohsen draws Godin out of the middle and wins a throw-in in the attacking third. 
2' Egypt are on the ball now. Hegazi plays the ball out to Tarek Hamed on the left flank. He runs inward and clashes into Cavani who takes a mean poke to his left foot. He is up now.
1' Uruguay are passing the ball around and getting a feel of the game but Egypt get rid of the danger before it could come to anything. Still very early days.
PEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEP! And we're off! Egypt in their red kits and Uruguay are wearing white! Get in!
The pleasantries are all part of the grand cover up because just like Bill Shankly once remarked, Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I don't like that attitude. I can assure them it is much more serious than that.

The second game of the 2018 FIFA World Cup will kick off shortly.

That's an absolutely beautiful stadium, lads. And the Egyptian headgears, [what's that called anyway (let me know on Twitter- @goddamnhunter)], adds to the grandiosity of the occasion. You got to be loco to give this match a pass, hermanos.
And here we are at the Central Stadium in Ekaterinburg and the troops are lined up in the tunnel waiting to saunter out on to the grandest stage they’ll have the privilege of grazing. Soon they’ll be exchange pennants and shaking hands and pretending like it’s not going to be war out there. For all the peacemongers of the world, I assure you, they’re just flattering to deceive. 
Egypt vs Uruguay: Confirmed Starting lineups

Egypt Starting XI: Essam El-Hadary, Ahmed Fathy, Ahmed Hegazi, Ali Gabr, Mohamed Abdel-Shafy, Tarek Hamed, Mohamed Elneny, Trezeguet, Abdellah Said, Amr Warda, Mohsen

Subs: Essam El Hadary, Sherif Ekramy, Saad Samir, Ayman Ashraf, Mahmoud Hamdy, Ahmed Elmohamady, Omar Gaber, Shikabala, Sam Morsy, Mahmoud Kahraba, Ramadan Sobhi, Mohamed Salah

Uruguay Starting XI: Fernando Muslera; Guillermo Varela,Jose Gimenez, Diego Godin, Martin Caceres, Nahitan Nandez, Rodrigo Bentancur, Matias Vecino, Giorgian De Arrascaeta, Luis Suarez, Edinson Cavani

Subs: Martin Silva, Martin Campana, Maximiliano Pereira, Sebastian Coates, Gaston Silva, Lucas Torreira, Carlos Sanchez, Diego Laxalt, Jonathan Urretaviscaya, Cristian Rodriguez, Maximiliano Gomez, Cristhian Stuani

Egypt vs Uruguay: Match Preview

Throw away your decanters and eating irons and get those big mugs out and fill ‘em up with the brew. It is primetime Friday entertainment in the footballing world, which is to say the world itself, at this point. In the first of the 3 matches lined up for (thank God it’s…) Friday, Egypt, who are playing in the World Cup for the first time in 28 years will take on the South American dynamite Uruguay.

Let me dulcify your nerves with an update on Mo Salah. The Egyptian King is hot to trot on to the field tonight after manager Hector Cuper confirmed that the Liverpool wonderman is fit to start.

"Salah has recovered and will play tomorrow. And nothing prevents him from competing for the title of the Golden Boot." 
"I assure you 100 per cent that he will be with us tomorrow, barring unforeseen circumstances."
"Doctors are giving him the option. If he does decide to play he will have full guarantee [about his condition] and I am sure that he will be fine.
"If we see at the last minute that there is an issue then we will see if it can be resolved, but certainly he does not feel afraid."

Uruguay, on the other hand, has some strong muscle to move their cause upfront, man. Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani will be leading their attack. So if the Egyptians’ netting is disturbed profusely tonight, do not be gobsmacked. 

And they have the formidable Atletico Madrid defensive duo of Jose Gimenez and Diego Godin guarding the iffy realms and those two are as stingy about letting anything pass as you are on the last week of any month.

Egypt and Uruguay have faced each other once and it was 12 years ago. The Uruguayans won the friendly 2-0.
But Mo Salah wasn’t even a teenager at the time, y’know.

Uruguay have never been defeated by an African nation and Egypt have never won the World Cup. So this will be quite the upset if the Pharaohs can kick it around with conviction tonight.

Who’s your money on, lads?

​Egypt vs Uruguay: Kickoff information

Date: 15th June 2018
Kickoff time: 1:00 pm (BST), 17:30 pm
Venue: Central Stadium, Ekaterinburg

Egypt vs Uruguay: Team News

Mohamed Salah has returned to allay the fears and has given a shot in the arm to the Pharaohs. With him in that lineup, they will truly believe they can get past the Uruguayan side. Hector Cuper has confirmed that the Liverpool talisman is set to start the game.

Ramadan Sobhi, signed up by Huddersfield recently, will be ready to deputize for him should they find themselves on the receiving end of some unfortunate news.Meanwhile, Egyptian goalkeeper Essam El-Hadary could take the field today as the oldest player to feature in a World Cup at 45 years of age.

As for Uruguay, in Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani, the have 2 of the most prolific strikers in the world. They will lead the line with the likes of Carceres, Torreira, Bentancur and Rodriguez in support.

Egypt vs Uruguay: Probable lineups

Egypt: Essam El-Hadary, Ahmed Fathy, Ahmed Hegazi, Ali Gabr, Mohamed Abdel-Shafy, Tarek Hamed, Mohamed Elneny, Trezeguet, Abdellah Said, Salah, Mohsen

Uruguay: Fernando Muslera; Martin Caceres, Jose Gimenez, Diego Godin, Maxi Pereira; Rodrigo Bentancur, Lucas Torreira; Cristian Rodriguez, Giorgian De Arrascaeta, Luis Suarez, Edinson Cavani

Egypt vs Uruguay: Form guide

Egypt: L-L-D-D-L

Egypt seem to be getting Irish whipped from one corner turnbuckle to the next and their record in the last 5 games is far from flattering or reassuring to say the least. They eked out a draw each against Kuwait and Colombia and lost to Portugal, Greece and Belgium. Looks like Egypt aren't too big on kicking some European backsides.

Uruguay: D-W-W-W-W

Though none of their recent opponents have been behemoths, Uruguay just brushes them aside like it's no big deal. Are we scripting this game already?

Egypt vs Uruguay: Head to Head

Number of matches: 1
Egypt wins: 0
Uruguay wins: 1
Draws: The toughest Math problem in the history of Math problems, ever.

Egypt vs Uruguay: Key Players

This place is becoming a bit redundant as far as Liverpool and Egypt are concerned. If the match is ultimately decided by individual brilliance, t's the Egyptian King who could prove to be the difference between the two sides and that'll just feel routine to us, wouldn't it?

Mo Salah, Mo Salah, Mo Salah, running down the wing...Mo Salah, Mo Salah, Mo Salah, the Egyptian King.

As for Uruguay, Edinson Cavani and Luis Suarez will be hungry for goals and expect them to not afford a moment's peace to the Egyptian defenders.

Egypt vs Uruguay: Prediction
Predicted scoreline: Egypt 1-3 UruguayThere is a gulf in class between the two sides and though the Egyptians will play their hearts out, they could leave the pitch gutted.
Ahmed Hegazi
Sam Morsy
J. Giménez
assist: C. Sánchez
L. Torreira
M. Vecino
Ramadan Sobhi
Amr Warda
Marwan Mohsen
C. Rodríguez
G. De Arrascaeta
C. Sánchez
N. Nández
Sam Morsy
Tarek Hamed
Uruguay (4-4-2)
Óscar Washington Tabárez Silva (Manager)
Mohamed El Shenawy
Mohamed Abdul Shafy
Ahmed Hegazi
Ali Gabr
Ahmed Fathy
Tarek Hamed
Mohamed Elneny
Abdalla El Said
Amr Warda
Marwan Mohsen
F. Muslera
M. Cáceres
D. Godín
J. Giménez
G. Varela
G. De Arrascaeta
R. Bentancur
M. Vecino
N. Nández
E. Cavani
L. Suárez
Uruguay (4-4-2)
Óscar Washington Tabárez Silva (Manager)
Egypt Subs
Sherif Ekramy
Ayman Ashraf
Essam El Hadary
Ahmed El Mohamady
Omar Gaber
Mahmoud Hamdi El Wensh
Sam Morsy
Mohamed Salah
Saad Samir
Ramadan Sobhi
Uruguay Subs
M. Campaña
S. Coates
M. Gómez
D. Laxalt
M. Pereira
C. Rodríguez
M. Silva
G. Silva
C. Stuani
C. Sánchez
L. Torreira
J. Urretaviscaya
8 SHOTS 15
12 FOULS 6
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
PMatches Played
WMatches Won
DMatches Drawn
LMatches Lost
GDGoal Difference
PtsTotal Points
Tournament FIFA WC 2018 - Week 1
Stadium Ekaterinburg Arena
Match time Fri, 15 Jun 2018, 05:30 PM
Updated: Jun 15, 2018 19:28 PM | Published: Jun 15, 2018 11:33 AM