Brazil exit means only Europeans left standing at World Cup

Brazil exit means only Europeans left standing at World Cup

"He does many things for the team to be balanced, and it is the players around him that benefit from his presence because he attracts a lot of attention from the defenders".

Tabarez says on the eve of the game that he doesn't want to reveal "that information" because he believes it will give France an advantage to know if the Paris Saint-Germain striker will play.

Belgium's World Cup quarter-final win against Brazil means that the six teams left standing in Russian Federation are all European.

Uruguay have been dealt a potential hammer blow in their preparations for Friday's 2018 FIFA World Cup quarter-final against France as striker Edinson Cavani is reportedly "all but certain" not to start. Everyone works hard in attack and defence.

Godin, who was playing for Uruguay on Friday, is also the godfather of Griezmann's daughter.

Cavani scored both goals in Uruguay's 2-1 last-16 win over Portugal before being helped off the pitch by Cristiano Ronaldo after picking up a calf problem.

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If fans keep their fingers crossed and pray for a miracle, England may play in the final in Moscow on Sunday, July 15 at 4pm. Any result in this match - a win either side or draw - will be a very close one. "For me, there has to be another way".

Hugo Lloris, conversely, was in inspired form, pulling off a stunning save to deny Martin Caceres just minutes after Raphael Varane had given France a first-half lead.

"We controlled the game, especially in the second half, we didn't give chances to the opposition".

Belgium beat five-time champions Brazil 2-1 in Kazan on Saturday morning (AEST) to qualify for the World Cup semi-finals, where they will face the 1998 winners France at St. Petersburg Stadium on Wednesday (AEST).

"Olivier is important to our team, and for our style of play", Deschamps added. Brazil, favourites to win the World Cup for a sixth time, take on Belgium - top scorers so far with 12 goals in four matches.

"It seems that the four games we won before this one are worth nothing, but that's not true", Tabarez said.

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