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BRAZIL VS MEXICO 1-0 – ALL GOALS & EXTENDED HIGHLIGHTS – WORLD CUP 02/07/2018 HD

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Colombia’s Sanchez on a mission: Stop Kane! – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • Davinson Sanchez has represented Colombia at every age level
  • Made his full international debut at 20
  • Has now won 12 caps with Los Cafeteros

Davinson Sanchez has proved during the course of his short career that he is not one to shirk a challenge. The youngest member of the Colombia squad, he has acquired a reputation as a determined and dependable performer every time he steps on the pitch. 

He will need those qualities the next time he does so, in the Round of 16 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, when he will have the onerous task of stopping his Tottenham Hotspur team-mate Harry Kane, the tournament’s leading goalscorer so far with five goals in three matches.

The two will come face to face on Tuesday at Spartak Stadium, and though the Colombian has a handful of other Spurs colleagues in the England side, the duel with Kane promises to generate the most sparks of all.

Defender meets striker
“He’s one of the best strikers around, and we know Harry can make all the difference at the World Cup,” said the young defender at a press conference. So can the 22-year-old block Kane’s path to goal? He believes he has the ability and the confidence to do so, as he told FIFA.com. “If there’s one thing I’ve learned it’s that if you’re good enough, you’re old enough.”

And it is with that firmly in mind that Sanchez will set about the task of ensuring Kane does not prove the match-winner that he so often is with Tottenham. The Colombian has the advantage of knowing the England striker’s strengths, which he was witnessed time and again at Spurs training sessions.

Though the talented Kane is as sharp as they come in the final third, Sanchez is as familiar with his moves as anyone and will hope to thwart him with his ability in the air and speed on the ground.


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Did you know?

  • Colombia and England have met on five previous occasions. Los Cafeteros have yet to record a win in the fixture.
  • The England squad features five of Sanchez’s Tottenham team-mates: Kieran Trippier, Danny Rose, Eric Dier, Dele, and Kane.
  • The Colombian made 31 appearances for Spurs last season. They lost only four of those matches and went without conceding in 13 of them.

In the line of sight
Though the Colombian is an authority on England’s players, they know plenty about his game too. It is also no surprise that the English media have been doing their homework on Sanchez, one of last season’s outstanding new arrivals in the Premier League.

“He’s a fantastic player, a big threat, and we have to be ready to face him,” said Dele, another of his Spurs colleagues, speaking to the press. “We know how he plays, we know his strong points, and we’ll be looking to exploit the few weaknesses that he has.”

Though Kane has played down any talk of a one-on-one duel with his club-mate, he told FIFA there will be no love lost on the pitch. “He’s been an important player for us at Spurs,” said the England frontman. “He’s a great guy, but once we’re out there I’m sure we’ll start battling it out with each other.”

The two will no doubt share an embrace before Tuesday’s game, but once the whistle blows any friendship between them will be put to one side. There is, after all, a World Cup quarter-final place to play for. “We’re going to give it all we’ve got to stay alive in the competition,” vowed a determined Sanchez.

The lowdown on Davinson Sanchez

  • Started out as a defensive midfielder
  • Made his senior Colombia debut on 15 November 2016
  • A Young Player of the Year nominee at the 2018 London Football Awards

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Brazil Vs Mexico 0-0 – All Goals & Highlights – World Cup 02/07/2018 HD

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BEST FOOTBALL VINES – NEW 2018 – GOALS, SKILLS, FAILS #3

by Joga Bonito

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Humble Kane’s golden gaze – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • Kane is Russia 2018’s top scorer with five goals​
  • England striker says it would be “fantastic” to win the adidas Golden Boot
  • Kane discusses the Colombia last-16 tie and practising for penalties
By Laure James with England

Harry Kane has become accustomed to being showered with praise. This week, former England midfielder Jamie Redknapp described the Three Lions striker as “our Messi, our Ronaldo”.

Yet despite such generous tributes having become almost commonplace, humility remains a hallmark of this model professional. You wouldn’t know to speak to him, for example, that Kane currently leads the race for Russia 2018’s adidas Golden Boot, having scored five goals in just two appearances.

It’s also clear that, while he would love to follow in the top-scoring footsteps of legends like Eusebio, Ronaldo and England’s very own Gary Lineker, he will be pursuing that dream by focusing on the collective.

“Obviously it would be fantastic to win it,” Kane said when asked about the top scorer prize. “The main priority is getting through. But I feel like if I play well and the team plays well, hopefully I’ll score and things there will take care of themselves.”

Kane will be hoping to boost his chances against Colombia on Tuesday, with an open, attacking affair widely expected. “Hopefully it will be us creating most of the chances, even though they have some great attacking players like [Radamel] Falcao and James [Rodriguez],” he said. “We know we are going to have to be on it. But we have played some great attacking football so far.”

England have only won two World Cup knockout games since 1990: against Denmark in 2002 and Ecuador in 2006. But Kane, who was not born when Sir Bobby Robson’s side progressed to the semi-finals in Italy 28 years ago, believes this young Three Lions team have a great opportunity to make history.

“That’s the aim,” he said. “Our record hasn’t been great over the years – we know it and the fans know it. So, for us, it’s about trying to change that.”

With knockout football upon them, Kane & Co could also be challenged to improve England’s notoriously poor record in penalty shootouts. But while spot-kick practice has been woven into Gareth Southgate’s training sessions, the team’s star striker – who scored two textbook penalties against Panama – says replicating the context is near-impossible.

“It’s something we’ve done a little bit of work on but penalties are hard to train for,” he explained. “When you’re in a shootout, you’re tired because you’ve played 120 minutes, so mentally and physically it’s a totally different scenario. 

“I am someone who likes to have a routine to take into a game but some players are different. Some players wait for the keeper to dive and have a slow run-up, while others pick a spot and go. For me, it’s all about routine.”

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Preview: Colombia v England – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • Colombia eyeing first victory over England
  • Can Kane add to his goal tally at the tournament?
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The meeting between Colombia and England at the Spartak Stadium in Moscow represents the last of the Round of 16 fixtures at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™. Only one of the two can take the remaining quarter-final berth and keep their dreams alive of lifting the title aloft.

Colombia have never managed to beat the Three Lions, with the most recent encounter ending in a 2-0 win for England at France 1998. Jose Pekerman’s side sealed passage to the knockout stages in Russia with a victory over Senegal in their final group match to finish top of their section, but are yet to fully tap into the attacking potential of a side spearheaded by Radamel Falcao and James Rodriguez. The latter, who was top scorer at Brazil 2014, has been plagued by injury and is rated doubtful for this game.

England won their first two group assignments and will primarily rely on the individual quality of players such as Dele and Harry Kane. Their last outing against Belgium did little to shed any light on the true strength of the side as Gareth Southgate opted to rest a number of first team regulars. This game against Los Cafeteros will therefore be the first true measure of his young England side.

Team reporter analysis
Alejandra Rueda with Colombia [Follow on: Twitter | Facebook]​
Colombia are hoping to repeat their achievement from the 2014 finals by reaching the last eight for a second time, and aim to do so by dominating possession and controlling the tempo of the game. Whether or not they succeed will depend on their ability to find gaps in England’s defence, especially on the wings, as well as stifling the Three Lions’ rapid counter-attacks.


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Laure James with England [Follow on: Twitter | Facebook]​
Southgate has challenged his players to write their own history, especially given England’s regrettable record in knockout matches. It may be an inexperienced team but the combination of talent, self-confidence and vitality served them well in the group stage. If this promising ensemble manage to win, it would help the whole country truly believe World Cup glory is possible.


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Did you know?
Kane found the net five times in the group stage to lead the way in the race for the adidas Golden Boot as the tournament’s top scorer going into the knockout rounds.

Possible line-ups
Colombia: David Ospina; Santiago Arias, Davinson Sanchez, Yerry Mina, Johan Mojica; Carlos Sanchez, Mateus Uribe; Juan Cuadrado, Juan Quintero, Luis Muriel; Falcao

England: Jordan Pickford; Kyle Walker, John Stones, Harry Maguire; Kieran Trippier, Dele, Jordan Henderson, Jesse Lingard, Ashley Young; Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane

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How France Tactically Outclassed Messi’s Argentina in the World Cup – France 4-3 Argentina: Tactics

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Schmeichel’s hat-trick not enough – FIFA on GBP Sports

The tension in the warm Nizhny Novgorod air was palpable. One of the world’s most technically gifted players stood over the ball. Luka Modric was ready to send Croatia into the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ quarter-finals. Minute 116 of a terse, tense affair in the Round of 16 had brought a showdown between Denmark’s Kasper Schmeichel and Modric, with the score poised at 1-1.

Schmeichel saved.

With the match then heading to a penalty shoot-out, the Leicester City man’s stop from Modric was the first of three penalty saves in the arena perched on the edge of the Volga River. That would usually be enough to claim victory, but it was not to be for the Danes, who exited thanks to heroics from Schmeichel’s opposite number Danijel Subasic.

Due to his superlative performance during normal and extra time, as well as during the shoot-out, fans from around the world recognised Schmeichel as the Budweiser Man of the Match. In defeat, he maintained an understated sense of satisfaction at his side’s efforts.

“It’s a strange feeling,” Schmeichel said. “Huge disappointment but also enormous pride about our team. I’m talking not only about the 11 on the pitch but everyone involved – all the work they’ve put into it to make sure we can go out and perform.

“I think we were the better team in the second half and also in extra time. We had no luck. It is difficult to accept and put into words.”

‘No luck’ is certainly an apt way to describe Schmeichel’s penalty-saving performance. Not only did he show nothing but aptitude and skill in the saves he did make, but he was inches away from keeping out Modric’s second penalty – during the high drama of the shoot-out.

“Obviously I always back myself in any situation,” Schmeichel said. “I’ve played a lot of games and with the penalties, I went with my intuition – what I felt in the moment and that was unfortunately not enough in the end.”

SAVE ONE

From: Luka Modric
116th minute, in extra time
Score: 1-1

SAVE TWO

From: Milan Badelj
Penalty shoot-out
Score: 1-1 (0-0 PSO)

SAVE THREE

From: Josip Pivaric
Penalty shoot-out
Score: 1-1 (2-2 PSO)

And what of those who ultimately could not see his side through? Who saw their penalties saved for Subasic to claim a remarkable hat-trick of his own? A measure of the man, Schmeichel lays no blame at the door of Nicolai Jorgensen, Lasse Schone or Christian Eriksen.

“Anybody who is brave enough to stand up and take a penalty is a hero in my book,” Schmeichel said. “The pressure that you’re under, if you have the bravery to take that you have  my utmost respect. We win and lose as a team. This is a fantastic team. A team that I’m very proud to be a part of. We’ll be back. It’s important that we remember this feeling and we use this in the future.”

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Mbappe, Messi, Cavani and Schmeichel star – FIFA on GBP Sports

Kylian Mbappe won a penalty, scored twice and seized a Round 4-high 12 points in the McDonald’s FIFA World Cup™ Fantasy. Edinson Cavani’s double against Portugal rewarded his coaches with ten points, while Pepe got seven.

And though Argentina bowed out after a thriller with France, Lionel Messi, who got two assists, Angel Di Maria, Gabriel Mercado and Sergio Aguero got eight, seven, six and five points respectively.

Kasper Schmeichel also heads home, but he does so atop of the players’ leaderboard. A penalty save against Croatia helped him to nine points, which took him on to 27 overall, one clear of Harry Kane. The man who missed that spot-kick, Luka Modric, pocketed zero points.

Change your captain

If you have Mbappe or Cavani in your armband, you may not want to hand it to someone else. But if your skipper didn’t do as well as planned, you probably want to select a new one before the Day 16 deadline (16:00 CET on Monday).

Teams boasting Philippe Coutinho, Kevin De Bruyne, Javier Hernandez, Keisuke Honda, Romelu Lukaku and Neymar are in action on Day 16. And if you choose one of them, and he doesn’t do well, you can always change your captain again ahead of the Day 17 deadline (16:00 CET on Tuesday).

Make substitutions

If a player in your starting XI didn’t perform well, you can substitute him out for a player on your bench who hasn’t yet played. However, if you want to bring in Kevin De Bruyne for , you have up until the kick-off of the first game of the day (16:00 CET on Monday).

Fixtures

Monday
Brazil-Mexico
Belgium-Japan

Tuesday
Sweden-Switzerland
Colombia-England

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