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SEN vs COL Match Result - FIFA WC 2018
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74' Y. Mina

Senegal played for the draw, and they paid the ultimate prize! Colombia and Japan live to fight on another day... that was a much better second half than I expected after the first 45.

Thanks for reading, Anirudh Menon signing out.


90'+4' OH, NO! An aimless Gueye ball lifted into the ball is straight into Ospina's hands... 
90'+3' Cuadrado comes back to steal the ball off Kouyate... the Colombians look to play in Muriel; and he's given offside. EXCEPT HE DIDN'T LOOK IT!
90'+2' N'Diaye lumps it forward... it bounces off Sakho's head and out to touch.  
90'+1' FOUR MINUTES ADDED ON! Gassama gives away a foul and Colombia thump the freekick forward. Over in Volgograd, Japan are keeping the ball in their own half. They don't want to concede anymore, they don't want to get a caution. 
90' Wague looks to play in Mane down the left, but Arias keeps his wits about him and he heads it out to Lerna.. who scoops a delightful ball out to Cuadrado; and it takes a great Koulibaly challenge to stop him. 
89' Pekerman allows Falcao to depart to a standing ovation from the Samara Arena as he takes him off for Borja. 
88' .., Colombia hold firm, Cuadrado and Quintero leading the charge but Lerna and Falcao get in each other's way and that'ts that. Once again, Senegal go long, once again, Cuadrado brings it out of play. They've now got a foul in the centre of the field. 
87' Muriel gets a stern-talking to for a foul on Moussa Wague who looked to bomb forward down the right. Gueye will look to lob it into the mixer...
86' M'baye Niang is being taken of for Diahfro Sakho. Can he be the hero who keeps the last African team remaining in the competition?
84' OH! Mane gets the ball inside the six-yard box, but is penalised for fouling Davinson Sanchez en-route to getting it. 
83' Sarr looks to race forward down the right once again; but Mojica holds him off. He then sets of Muriel on the chase with a punt forward and the Sevilla forward almost manages to wriggle away from the combined might of Koulibaly and Sane. 
82' Just as I type that a Mane ball makes its way through Sanchez's slide and almost makes it to Niang's path; but Ospina comes out to smother. Pekerman takes the chance to take off a tired looking Uribe (who's run his socks off, to be fair) and brings on the more defensively minded Lerna
81' OH! OH! OH! Ismaila Sarr races forward, fast and powerful, and leaves Mojica for dead. he then lifts a useful looking ball into the box but D.Sanchez hacks it clear. Senegal are throwing everything forward; and it's taking some excellent tackling from Colombia to keep them at bay
80' Balde off, Konate on as Aliou Cisse and his Teranga Lions chase the goal that will keep them in the World Cup
79' The game's livened up considerably now -- Koulibaly strides forward and plays it out to Balde - the Monaco man lifts it into the far post; where Sarr smacks it into orbit from six yards out. Great chance that. 
78' OH! YERRY MINA! The big man headed the corner back to goal - great offensive header - but Ospina dives well to save. WOOF! That would have been a fast plummet from hero to villain!
76' Now, Colombia and Japan will go through if it stands like this - Japan have fewer yellows! Niang tries to change all that by turning D.Sanchez in the box and lashing a strong shot at goal -- where Ospina does well to bat it into the air; and Uribe does better to head it out for a corner. 
75' Mina's played 14 games for Colombia, he's scored 5. He's a goddamned centre-back! WOOF!
OH! OH! OH! Juan Quintero whips in a delicious corner, and Mina gobbles it up with a superb jump and he powers a header down into the net beyond N'Diaye! Now, it's on!
73' OH! Some pretty football from Colombia - Pekerman style - Quintero, Muriel, Falcao, Uribe all exchange slick passes before Cuadrado wins a corner. Cisse takes the chance to throw on young Moussa Wague in place of the injured Yussuf Sabaly
72' In Volgograd, Japan still trail Poland; both sets of fans here in Samara are loving it. 
71' Sabaly goes down after a challenge with Falcao - and he is being escorted out by the Medicos. That doesn't look good for the left-back; who's been solid all day
69' OH! SANE MY MOUNTAIN! Cuadrado swings in an interesting looking ball that Sane hacks at - it bounces off on a tangent, but thankfully for the men in green, it goes straight into the hands of N'Diaye
67' OH! OH! OH! Muriel races into the box after a punt forward from Uribe... N'Diaye races of the line and takes out ball and man; ball first importantly; and that's not a penalty despite all of Colombia's protests. James, down on the touchline, is absolutely furious with the ref  - but the man in red got it spot on!
66' Quintero swings in the corner, Radamel Falcao breezes into space - superb movement - and he heads it harmlessly over. El Tigre will not be happy with that 
65' OH! EXCITEMENT! NO, I DO NOT LIE! Quintero's freekick pinballs around the Senegal box before it lands at Muriel's feet. The Sevilla man belts it at goal; but it's blocked well. 
64' Sabaly and Cuadrado clash once again, and the ref finally gives a foul after some measure of advice from the linesman. Cuadrado looks flabbergasted that the ref's not giving him much change this match
63' Salif Sane wanted to belt it, but Mane pushed him away... so that he could steam in, slip, and lift the ball harmlessly into the crowd behind behind him
62' Mane runs, Mane runs, Mane runs, Mane gets fouled. Carlos Sanchez the aggressor as he nips in from behind. 25 yards out, just right of centre, this is in prime freekick territory. Niang looks very interested 
61' CHA! Senegal look to play some football of their own, but it's all ruined by Gassama passing the ball straight back to Ospina; anti-climactic, that. Colombia stream forward, Cuadrado whips in a deep cross that Falcao heads across the box to Muriel by N'Diaye comes out well to catch it. 
58' OH! POLAND HAVE JUST SCORED! As it stands, Colombia and Senegal are both going through! Oh, my!
57' Boos ring out as Salif Sane gallops forward with those long, strong, strides of his - but they turn to cheers once again after Arias heads his cross out of danger.
56' Sanchez looks to feed Falcao in through the middle, but once again he gets sandwiched by Sabaly and Koulibaly (this time fairly) and there's no chance he's emerging out of that with the ball. 
55' OH! Mujica and Uribe battle hard to win the ball and the left-back whips in a lovely ball that Koulibaly does well to head it off the forehead of the onrushing Cuadrado. Senegal counter at supreme pace from that - Sarr running through the flank like there's no one there (there was, Carlos Sanchez, he just stood no chance) but his ball into the box is kept out of Mane's reach by Mina, who simply stuck his leg out and hoped for the best. 
54' A touch of the magic spray, and he's back on his feet...Colombia motor forward...
53' Uribe lifts a nice little ball out to Muriel, who plays it to Falcao; who in turn looks to set it up for Mojica to run on down that left wing..  but Sane comes out and intercepts. Sarr looks to run out with the ball, but he goes down after Carlos Sanchez breathes too hard next to him. The ref rightly asks him to get on with it... he stays down, though, and the ref blows his whistle to see him attended to. 
52' Colombia lose the ball from the freekick immediately, Senegal's counter is ruined by Niang drifting offside. The ref raises his flag in what looks like sheer disgust. BOTH OF YOU LOT CAN PLAY BETTER, COME ON!
51' Niang looks to control a steepling ball and ends up smashing his foot into Mina's hip. That's a yellow; and Niang will miss the next match of Senegal go through. 
50' The Colombian support is trying its utmost to lift the crowd; Muriel helps by turning Gassama on a six-pence and racing forward; he shows too much of the ball to Sane, though and there's no coming back from that. 
48' Colombia have started far brighter than they'd played all of the first 45 mins, but Senegal are merely dropping deeper and deeper - and Los Cafeteros are back to passing it sideways. Ugh. 
47' Uribe tries to force the issue by pinging a ball wide to Cuadrado - but the ball's got too much oomph on it and it runs straight out of play.  
46' Muriel looks to start the second-half with some intensity... he races down the left; but is absolutely bullied off the ball by Salif Sane. It wasn't even a fair fight

As it stands, Senegal and Japan are going through. As it stands, both of them deserve to. 
45'+3' Arias pings a ball out to Cuadrado -- but Koulibaly gets there ahead of him, he's as fast as he's big; and he limits it all to a throw-in. Cuadrado Rory-Delaps it but the Lions see it off rather easily
45'+2' Senegal have looked by far the more impressive team here. Colombia have shown none of the vim and vigour of their outing against the Poles. 
45'+1' Senegal, as has been their wont this half, waste the freekick. There will be three minutes added on. 
45' OH! Finally Colombia get in behind down the flanks. Mojica ends up behind Gassama and he tries to whip in a ball into Falcao; but Koulibaly gets to it. Senegal counter and Mojica barges into Sarr to stop his progress. Easiest yellow the ref will give in his career. 
43' Nothing's really sticking for Colombia - who really need to force the issue. Senegal are just happy with the status quo
40' Colombia finally manage to get the ball at the edge of the box; thanks to Falcao's powerful run through the middle; but he overruns it a touch, and there's no way he's winning it ahead of either Koulibaly or Sane
39'  Johan Mojica'd pulled up from the chase of Sadio Mane -- and he's limping around a bit now, but the medicos assure him he's okay to continue. Sarr sees this as a weakness, takes him on the outside and tries to fizz a ball into the box, but gets his radar completely out of sync
38' Mojica and Falcao fail to link up down the lift, and Sarr leads another Senegalese counter -- Mane streams forward but runs out of pitch as Mina ushers him further and further away from goal. 
37' Niang touches it out to Salif Sane - and that giant of a man leathers it into row Z. The power on that shot, though. WOOF. 
36' N'Diaye then lobs it straight out to Mane; but D.Sanchez gets there first and does well to keep his calm under the Liverpool striker's press. Cuadrado then ends up losing the ball at the centre line - again - and it takes a professional foul from Carlos Sanchez to take out a rampaging Mane. Thirty-five yards out, just left of centre, Senegal have a freekick 
 35' Sabaly slams into Cuadrado once again - and River Plate's Juan Quintero will take it. He swings it into the box, and OH! N'Diaye drops it, but regathers just as Luis Muriel looked to steal onto it. 
34' Colombia have responded to their coach's anger by pressing the ball slightly higher up the pitch - not allowing Senegal to pass it around at all. But the Lions don't mind that. As long as they keep the ball away from their goalmouth, they don't mind where it is. 
32' Niang gets slammed into by Uribe. He felt that, let me assure you. Nothing comes off the freekick as Mane gives away a foul for climbing all over Arias in pursuit of the ball
31' OH! NO! James Rodriguez, who's barely touched the ball today, is being replaced by Luis Muriel. James doesn't look a 100%  but he's a pretty unhappy man as he trudges down into the dressing room. This could be a tactical change, too, Pekerman needs to find some sort of pace down the flanks to try and penetrate this wall of green. 
30' Japan and Poland is still at 0-0 if you were wondering. Senegal look to break forward, but Mane is bullied off it by a combination of Mina and Sanchez. 
29' Senegal just need the draw -- and their gameplan seems to be built on closing down Colombia's passing lanes and playing on the break. As strategies go, that's a most sound one. 
28' Senegal come flying down the other wing... but all Niang can do is cut in and shoot meekly at Ospina. Up the other end, Colombia lose possession again as Mina's first touch deserts him near the centre-circle
27' Mane turns Arias inside-out with a lovely turn before screaming into the area - where he's met by another sliding tackle from Davinson Sanchez. Lovely. The ball bounces out to Balde, who looks to curl one into the far post (Kroos, Coutinho, Inui style) but all he can is pass it into Ospina's hands
26' Arias loses the ball with another hopeless pass in-field; Gueye immediately looks to play Mane in behind; but Davinson Sanchez has the pace to match the striker and he gets there first to head it out of play 
25' OH! FALCAO! Quintero curls it onto Falcao's forehead - and he heads it well over!! The offside flag saves his blushes, though. 
24' Idrissa Gueye, unhappy with that cross, takes out his frustration by stamping down on poor ol' Quintero's toes. Freekick Colombia, 30 yards out, Quintero and Cuadrado standing over it... 
23' Senegal look far more purposeful when moving forward. Sabaly feeds Balde down the wings, where he cuts inside and lays it off to Gueye, who promptly curls one out of play. I said more purposeful... that's just relative to the zero purpose shown by the Colombians
21' Arias looks for a give-and-go with Quintero, but the right-back's taken out by Balde and the Colombians have a freekick in the middle of the field. Cuadrado loses the ball almost immediately, though. They've looked completely out of sorts today, have the Colombians
20' Niang curls a high ball straight into Ospina's arms. Who did he think was in goal? David Seaman?
19' The Colombians are, though, playing with fire here. Carlos Sanchez is sold short by a ludicrous sideways pass from Arias, and it takes a sliding Mina to stop Mane breaking through... the Colombians are misplacing passes all over the place, though, and Balde gets plowed into by Uribe to  get another freekick, some thirty five yards out. Niang will take this time.. 
18' OH! VAR! OH NO! PENALTY! OH THE DRAMA! The Colombians erupt in joyous relief!
17' PENALTY! Sadio Mane breezes into the box and Sanchez dives in from behind. The ref immediately points to the spot. They are VAr-ing it, though
16' Senegal are closing down the channels beautifully here, and this allows them to counter after a frustrated pass from Cuadrado.... 
15' Sabaly and Balde combine well to usher the men in green forward; but Arias does well to shield Sabaly and allow the ball to run back to Ospina.... the left-back then takes out Cuadrado in the middle as Colombia build from the back once again; and he gets a talking-to
14' Sanchez looks to open the field of play by pinging one out to Cuadrado; but the Juve man - who was so, so, good against Poland - can't keep it in touch
13' ... OH! QUINTERO! The Colombian, who's already scored from a similar position this World Cup, swings it in; it pitches just in front of the keeper and takes an awkward bounce, but N'Diaye does well to pat it away
12' Colombia race forward, James pings a ball into Falcao; who wins a foul as he's challenged by Sabaly AND Koulibaly; Falcao the meat in that particularly unpleasant sandwich. Quintero will take this twenty five yards out, just right of centre...
11' Gueye then guides a lovely ball out deep to Niang but as the pacy striker whirs into the area, Davnison Sanchez ushers him out. Great strength shown here by the centre-bacl. 
10' A lovely crossfield flick from Mujica opens up the field, almost magically, but Mojica's ball into the box is easily handled by Koulibaly ahead of Falcao. 
9' ... Balde curls it deep, deep, into the far post area; but Ospina gathers comfortably. Colombia lose possession immediately, and just as fast Senegal hand the ball back with Balde guiding another cross into Ospina's hands
8' Arias gives away the game's first foul - no, really - by diving into Mane near the left touchline... Keita Balde will look to swing this one into the mixer...
7' The Samara Arena rises in boos as Senegal keep ball for a while; for all of Senegal's drums and music, the sheer number of Colombians in the stadium is drowning them out
6' Pass pass pass go the Colombians in defence -- till Sanchez pings it out of play way behind Arias. Ah! 
5' James drops deep, as does Quintero -- but even those two can't pierce the high press. Niang looks to scream forward on the outside but Mujica has his number. James then pings a sumptuous crossfield out to Cuadrado - but all he can win with his attempted cross is a throw-in
3' Sabaly climbs into Balde and the two manage to turn a routine header out into a throw-in from Colombia. Los Cafeteros look to build from the back, but they fail under a manic high press from the Lions of Teranga
2' Ospina's already had two goal-kicks; both obtained after inane kicks out by the Senegalese. Make that three. 
1' Salif Sane, half-man, half-mountain steps out of defence and tries to bully his way through, Carlos Sanchez is having none of it. There's an absolutely brilliant atmosphere brewing in the Samara Arena. 

Colombia in their lovely yellow and white will kick from left to right as you'd see it on the telly -- Senegal in their gorgeous all-green kits will kick off the other way
Hands have been shaken, photos have been taken, a coin is about to be tossed. Football is imminent. As Dwayne Johnson would have it, BRING IT!
The rather joyous Senegalese anthem has been belted out by the thousands have made the trip up to Moscow; while the majestic Colombian one has the vast majority in the stadium (It's insane how many of the South Americans are in the Samara Arena right now) singing it in one voice. Goosebumps, I tell you
I'll be honest here; I'm conflicted. I love me some Colombia. I love me some Senegal. I love me some Japan. I want all three of them to go through -- but life doesn't quite work like that, does it.

Very few footballers have influenced me quite like Radamel Falcao, his patience and determination in the face of what was quite literally hell, a lesson for all of us; writing about him was a humbling experience -- To hell and back: the story of Radamel Falcao's miraculous resurrection -- and watching him score against Poland the other day was a near-cathartic experience. 

Aliou Cisse is the most enigmatic manager in this tournament - a member of Senegal's history making class of '02 - it's been a delight to see a native coach lead an African nation to the World Cup, and to victory over a genuine European contender in Poland... and in Mane, Sarr, Niang, and Balde they have a scary, scary, attack that's full of skill, power, and pure unadulterated pace.

Japan's underrated bunch of footballers have shown great courage to believe in their football, in their philosophy, in their abilities - and deserve to sit on top with 4 points. What they do against Poland could well go on to define their footballing legacies.

The scenario is fairly simple:

Colombia win, Japan win: those two go through

Senegal win, Japan exist: those two go through 

Colombia win, Japan lose; Colombia and whoever loses by a smaller margin go through

Colombia-Senegal draw, Japan win or draw; Senegal and Japan go through

Colombia-Senegal draw, Japan lose; the first two go through. 

Did I say simple? Hah. It's on. Gotta love this World Cup. 

Senegal XI (4-4-2):  Khadim Ndiaye; Gassama, Kalidou Koulibaly, Salif Sane, Sabaly; Ismaila Sarr, Cheikhou Kouyate, Idrissa Gana Gueye, Keita Balde; Sadio Mane, Mbaye Niang

Colombia XI (4-2-3-1):  David Ospina; Santiago Arias, Davinson Sanchez, Yerry Mina, Johan Mojica; Mateus Uribe, Carlos Sanchez; Juan Cuadrado, Juan Quintero, James Rodriguez; Radamel Falcao
Senegal vs Colombia - Kickoff time, Venue, TV Schedule, Live Streaming details

Kickoff time: 6 PM Local Time | 3 PM UK | 7:30 PM IST (that's 1930 for you, soldier)
Venue: Samara Arena, Samara
TV Schedule: Sony Ten 2, Sony Ten 2 HD in India, ITV in the UK, SuperSport in Nigeria, Fox in the US
Live Stream: Sonyliv - but why disturb the peeps at home/office/tuition/bus and pay the premium on top of it?  You could just follow it on the low right here!

Senegal vs Colombia - Team News

A point for Senegal will be enough for Aliou Cisse and his Teranga Lions to go through to the knock-out stages and that may well dictate the coach's approach to the game today evening. He's experiment early on, a 4-4-2 in their win against Poland and a more traditional 4-3-3 for the draw against Japan - considering the latter formation got the most out of Sadio Mane, undoubtedly his best player, he may just stick with that - just with his instructions to his full-backs to hold their ground more often than not... 'let them come at you'

Jose Pekerman knows his team needs a win, and hence regardless of the fact that James Rodriguez (and Wilmar Barrios) are on a yellow each and will miss the next match if they pick up another, he is likely to play him (them) alongside the other three who made up Colombia's fearsome attacking quadrant against Poland. James, James-lite - Juan Quintero - Juan Cuadrado and the talismanic Radamel Falcao are all likely to start, while at the back the man they call 'the rock' Carlos Sanchez, is back after his serving his one-match suspension for that deliberate handball in the 3rd minute of the game against Japan... he may not, though, walk into the team. 

Sanchez's usual partner at the base of midfield, Abel Aguilar, was taken off injured against Poland - and Mateus Uribe is likely to replace him in the eleven, after a good showing against the Poles.

Senegal vs Colombia - Probable Lineups

Senegal Predicted XI (4-3-3):
 Khadim Ndiaye; Youssouf Sabaly, Kalidou Koulibaly, Salif Sane, Moussa Wague; Cheikhou Kouyate, Pape Alioune Ndiaye, Idrissa Gana Gueye; Sadio Mane, Mbaye Niang, Ismaila Sarr

Colombia Predicted XI (4-2-3-1):  David Ospina; Santiago Arias, Davinson Sanchez, Yerry Mina, Johan Mojica; Mateus Uribe, Wilmar Barrios; Juan Cuadrado, Juan Quintero, James Rodriguez; Radamel Falcao

Senegal vs Colombia - Form Guide

(all competitions - most recent first)

Senegal: DWWLDD

Senegal have been playing some pretty exciting football, though they are still unusually suspect at the back - as Japan showed with their constant, incisive, movement off and on the ball.

Most recent game: 24/06/18: Japan 2 - 2 Senegal

Colombia: WLDDWD

Colombia will seek to take inspiration from their performance against an admittedly listless stride, James and his co-conspirators hitting their stride just as things get to really hot up. The Colombians will be hoping that spirit continues to lift them in an upward trajectory.

Most recent game: 21/06/18: Argentina 0 - 3 Croatia

Senegal vs Colombia - Head to Head

Games Played:

Their only previous meeting was a friendly in Buenos Aires prior to the last World Cup in May 2014. Colombia led 2-0 at half-time through goals from Teofilo Gutierrez and Carlos Bacca, but Moussa Kounate and Cheikh Ndoye struck after the break to earn Senegal, who ended the game with 10 men, a 2-2 draw.

Senegal Wins: 0

Senegal's only World Cup finals match against a side from South America was a 3-3 group stage draw with Uruguay at Korea-Japan '02. Current coach Aliou Cisse played in that game - one which secured Senegal's place in the Round of 16.

Colombia Wins: 0

Los Cafeteros' first World Cup match against African opposition was a 2-1 loss to Cameroon in extra time in 1990. Since then, they've beaten Tunisia (in 1998) and Ivory Coast (in 2014).

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

Senegal vs Colombia - Prediction

Colombia's need for a win may just press them to greater levels of intensity than the already-slightly-mani Senegalese, and that should make for an open, free-flowing affair. In other words, the exact opposite of Denmark vs France a couple of days ago. Prediction for this one, though? Senegal 2 - 3 Colombia​
M. Borja
R. Falcao
D. Sakho
M. Niang
J. Lerma
M. Uribe
M. Konaté
K. Baldé
M. Wagué
Y. Sabaly
Y. Mina
assist: J. Quintero
M. Niang
J. Mojica
L. Muriel
J. Rodríguez
Colombia (4-2-3-1)
José Néstor Pekerman (Manager)
K. N'Diaye
Y. Sabaly
K. Koulibaly
S. Sané
L. Gassama
K. Baldé
I. Gueye
C. Kouyaté
I. Sarr
M. Niang
S. Mané
D. Ospina
J. Mojica
D. Sánchez
Y. Mina
S. Arias
M. Uribe
C. Sánchez
J. Rodríguez
J. Quintero
J. Cuadrado
R. Falcao
Colombia (4-2-3-1)
José Néstor Pekerman (Manager)
Senegal Subs
A. Diallo
M. Diouf
A. Gomis
M. Konaté
A. Mbengue
K. Mbodji
A. N'Diaye
Badou N'Diaye
C. N'Doye
D. Sakho
M. Sow
M. Wagué
Colombia Subs
C. Bacca
W. Barrios
M. Borja
J. Cuadrado
F. Díaz
J. Izquierdo
J. Lerma
L. Muriel
O. Murillo
C. Vargas
C. Zapata
15 FOULS 15
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 3
Stadium Samara Arena
Match time Thu, 28 Jun 2018, 07:30 PM
Updated: Jun 28, 2018 21:23 PM | Published: Jun 28, 2018 03:43 AM