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BEST FOOTBALL VINES – NEW 2018 – GOALS, SKILLS, FAILS #6

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Belgium’s key moments in semi-final charge – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • Belgium’s Russia 2018 run personified by varying tactical changes
  • We look at Roberto Martinez’s tactical flexibility
  • Russia meet France on Tuesday seeking a spot in the World Cup Final

“I say what I do and I do what I say.” A master of his own communication, Roberto Martinez has nonetheless been forced to show his hand at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™. Belgium’s five victories have all been achieved thanks to plans that were prepared well in advance of the tournament.

FIFA.com takes a closer look at the key strategic decisions behind Belgium’s run to the semi-finals.

Tactical flexibility
First group match, 18 June – Belgium 3-0 Panama

The narrative had often been repeated, but was yet to be illustrated out on the field of play. Before arriving in Russia, Belgium had spent nearly two years honing their three-man defence. Yet 30 minutes from the end of their match against tournament debutants Panama, with his wing-backs struggling, Martinez reverted to a back four by introducing Mousa Dembele to the midfield and redeploying Thomas Meunier at full-back. The effect was instant. The Belgians swarmed all over their opponents going forward, while remaining watertight at the back.

The understudy takes centre stage
Second group match, 23 June – Belgium 5-2 Tunisia

Guaranteed of his status as first understudy to Romelu Lukaku at the point of Belgium’s attack, Martinez understood that Michy Batshuayi would benefit from a confidence boost, in case he needs him later in the tournament. The manager had assured him that his time would come, and the perfect opportunity arose in the match against Tunisia. Late in the game, as their opponents pushed forward in search of a way back into the contest, Batsman entered the fray. Taking advantage of the gaping holes in the Tunisian defence, he created several chances for himself before eventually scoring with seconds remaining.

Building team spirit
Third group match, 28 June – England 0-1 Belgium

“All the players are important at a World Cup.” Martinez proved as good as his word against England. With qualification to the knockout stages already secured, Belgium’s manager took the opportunity to give the rest of his squad valuable game time in their final group fixture. His players did not let him down, claiming their first win in 82 long years against the Three Lions and, just as importantly, sending the mood in the camp up another notch.

Versatility personified
Round of 16, 2 July – Belgium 3-2 Japan

Nacer Chadli went to the World Cup on the back of a season to forget in English football. Martinez had defended his inclusion in the squad by highlighting his versatility, convinced that the West Bromwich Albion midfielder could have a valuable role to play over the course of a tournament. Marouane Fellaini is another who Martinez has frequently praised for the tactical options he offers during a match. Both players made a crucial impact from the bench against Japan, each grabbing a goal as the team came from behind to win.

Sweat and glory
Quarter-final, 6 July – Brazil 1-2 Belgium

“The World Cup does not respect talent, only teams.” It has become one of Martinez’s favourite mantras. Against Brazil, the coach stressed that his team would need to work harder than ever while defending deeply so as to create space for his forwards to exploit counter-attacks. The message came through loud and clear. Belgium toppled the South American giants by leaving their individual qualities to one side and focusing instead on the value of teamwork.

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Qatar @roadto2022 exhibition opens in Moscow – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • Qatar 2022 showcased in Russia
  • Insight into next World Cup for fans in Moscow and Saint Petersburg
  • High quality World Cup memorabilia on display

The Qatar @roadto2022 Exhibition at the historic GUM department store in Moscow is now open.

Located on the ground floor of the store, the free attraction offers visitors a fascinating trip through football history, with memorabilia including match-worn shirts from legends such as Pele, Diego Maradona and Xavi Hernandez, along with mascots and official balls from past tournaments.

In addition, the exhibition showcases Qatar’s plans for the next edition of the tournament in 2022, while celebrating the country’s football history, including the comprehensive FIFA World Cup™ tickets collection of Qatari collector Mohammed Abdulatif.

Lana Kayed, the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy’s (SC) Head of Art & Culture, organised the exhibition.

“The objective of the exhibition is to engage with football fans in Russia and introduce them to Qatar’s preparations for the World Cup,” said Kayed. “We want to showcase the passion for football in Qatar and highlight football’s unique ability to unite people of all cultures and backgrounds.”

In addition to viewing memorabilia, visitors to the exhibition are given the chance to record a personal message for the people of Qatar. They can also view sculptures created especially for the exhibition by leading Qatari and Russian artists.

The exhibition is open from 10:00am to 10:00pm every day until Sunday 15 July. The Qatar @roadto2022 Exhibition is one of several installations organised by the SC during the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Majlis Qatar and Elements Qatar are attracting hundreds of visitors a day in Gorky Park, while the Qatar-Russia portals are giving people a glimpse of life in the two countries.

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During the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, the FIFA Medical Office will be placing an emphasis on and raising awareness of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA).

SCA is a sudden failure of the heart to pump blood around the body when it unexpectedly stops beating regularly. It usually strikes without warning at anytime, anywhere, and can affect anyone, even if they appear healthy. Driven by the tragic death of Marc-Vivien Foé, who suffered an SCA on the pitch during the FIFA Confederations Cup 2003, FIFA implemented a number of initiatives, including the most recent graphic poster.

The poster was created in-house by our own Brand Management team and details the signs to look out for in identifying an SCA. An infographic portrays the emergency steps to take to treat someone suffering an SCA. There are also tips on prevention and a reminder to act fast! The poster will be displayed in the team changing rooms during the FIFA World Cup and we encourage you to share it with your friends and colleagues or print it out and post it in your clubhouse – spread the message and help save a life!

The FIFA Medical Office has also created a new SCA section on FIFA.com with useful links and more detailed information.

We also recommend that you complete the SCA course under Sports Medicine on the FIFA Medical Network website, fifamedicinediploma.com and visit FIFA.com/Sudden-Cardiac-Arrest.

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Subasic: I didn’t want to give up – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • Danijel Subasic recalls playing through the pain to make history against Russia
  • The Croatia keeper discusses the semi-final against ‘fantastic’ England
  • Subasic revels in his World Cup dream
By Vjekoslav Paun with Croatia

Danijel Subasic embodied heroism in Sochi. The Croatia goalkeeper went into the FIFA World Cup™ quarter-finals carrying a knock, aggravated it against Russia, played through the pain rather than going off, made a fine block from a tight angle to deny the hosts victory in second-half stoppage time, and saved a penalty to help his country win the shootout.

It made Croatia just the second side in the competition’s history to win back-to-back ties on penalties – Subasic repelled three spot-kicks as they eliminated Denmark in the Round of 16 – after Argentina in 1990. It made the 33-year-old only the third man to make four saves in World Cup shootouts, equalling the record shared by Harald Schumacher and Sergio Goycochea.

It also underscored why many feel Subasic, who kept clean sheets in his two appearances in the group stage, against Nigeria and a Lionel Messi-spearheaded Argentina, is among the forerunners for the adidas Golden Glove.

“I started warming up before kick-off and I felt the pain in the muscle,” Subasic explained to FIFA.com after the thriller at Fisht Stadium. “My physiotherapist massaged my leg a bit and saw I could play.

“Later, I felt the pain again, but I didn’t want to give up. I knew that the coach needed another substitution. During the break the masseurs did some quick work and, like a Formula One car after a pit stop, I was as good as new.

“It’s been a long season, but you play in a World Cup semi-final once in a lifetime and there’s no point giving up now.”


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Croatia’s opponents in Moscow are England, and Subasic is relishing the clash.

“England have great players – they are a fantastic team,” he said. “They have a lot of youngsters, but they are really good, fast, they play for great clubs. It will be another very tough match for us, a great challenge.

“We don’t really care about who we play or who are the favourites. It’s important that we do our best on the pitch. Just do your best and it ends how it ends.”

A Croatia side featuring Zvonimir Boban, Robert Prosinecki and Davor Suker wowed the world at France 1998, leading the hosts before falling 2-1 in the semi-finals. And the Monaco man, who was voted Ligue 1’s best goalkeeper in 2016/17, is determined for the Vatreni not to fall at the same stage again.

“Some of my personal, life goals were to play at the World Cup and especially this: to play a significant role in the games. I’ve worked hard at my club to achieve this level, and now I enjoy it. Let this story go on!”

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Maguire: I will continue to grow with England – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • Harry Maguire’s versatility is credited for his success with England at Russia 2018
  • Maguire’s goal against Sweden sent England into the FIFA World Cup™ semi-finals
  • Team cohesion and collective spirit have been high in England’s camp
By Laure James with England

Harry Maguire’s versatility, pace and head for the goal are helping him to quickly become a well-known name on the world stage. The agile defender has shown himself to have good speed with strong technique on the ball and a confidence going forward, all the while serving as a capable part of England’s three-man rearguard. Yet, as with so many who are part of the the Three Lions’ success story so far at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™, it is the 24-year old’s modest and likeable personality that is winning over the nation.

Maguire turned up to his first England training session with his boots in a bin-liner last August, and showed his good-humoured side with a tweet after the quarterfinal win over Sweden, a nod to his interesting choice of kit-bag. He had captioned a photo of himself talking with his partner Fern Hawkins, which has become a bona fide meme, suggesting she ask the neighbours to put the bins out this week. “That was all my own work,” Maguire grinned as he took his seat with FIFA TV.

“I’ve been happy,” the Leicester City star said. “First and foremost, from Gareth putting me in the starting XI this year, to going out for that first game, it gave me great confidence and great belief to go out and do the things that I’m good at. Obviously after the first game when the nerves were high and the pressure was on, it became easier.

“I feel like I’ve settled down into the tournament. I’ll keep growing and growing, I’ve been really happy with my contributions so far so hopefully they can continue.”

His contributions have been game-changing. His powerful header to put England ahead against Sweden triggered a change in the dynamic he and his Three Lions team-mates were able to compose themselves after a tense opening exchanges. 

“The adrenaline was really, really high,” Maguire explained. “It was an unbelievable moment, a really proud moment for myself. My first England goal – and it couldn’t have come at a better time. We’d had early in the game really, a nervy start maybe, and the goal really settled us down and then we deserved the win.”

Maguire cut his teeth in England’s second tier with Sheffield United and signed for Leicester, where he played every minute in the English Premier League last season, from Hull City.

From that first England camp where he admitted his mother was less than impressed to see him with a binbag – she sent her son a text afterwards, ‘What’s with the bags?’ – to scoring in a World Cup quarter-final, one thing has not changed: England’s team spirit.

“It’s massive for us,” Maguire said. “As a group we’re really together and the spirit is really good. Ever since the first camp that we came on, Gareth reiterated how important it is that as a group we stick together through thick and thin. I think at the moment we’re doing that really well. As a camp we’re really happy and we’re taking that performance off the pitch, onto the field.”​

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Why Belgium are Favorites to Win World Cup & Dominate Football World – Belgium: Tactical Profile

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