Fifa World Cup 2018

Hasil Piala Dunia 2018 FIFA WORLD CUP  2018 Over time, the cult of Ronaldo, the obsessive searching of the Ballon D’Or, the dizzying variety of targets, the unashamedly distraught response to not being handed the ball at each event, the fixed capturing – has additionally grow to be an endless battle.

 


When Ronaldo got here into the press room on the Fisht Stadium in Sochi final week, notably content material and at peace after that dramatic hat-trick against Spain, it did happen whether or not this match would possibly certainly be the height in a colossal profession of feat. Zinedine Zidane turned 34 through the 2006 World Cup finals, when he was nonetheless arguably the match’s finest participant, and Ronaldo doesn’t attain 34 till subsequent February.

His efficiency towards Spain was the textbook late-era Ronaldo, selecting out the moments he might prevail and the people within the Spain group whose vulnerabilities he might exploit. He gained the penalty from Nacho, a team-mate at Actual Madrid he’ll know effectively and a downgrade on the first-choice proper again Dani Carvajal. He might effectively have noticed one thing in David de Gea that tempted him into the shot for the second that the goalkeeper let in – not that it takes a lot for Ronaldo to shoot. It was Ronaldo who gained the foul for the free-kick from which he struck an excellent third.

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An equally exceptional testomony to all these years of dedication to plain hen was one first-half dash once more from Portugal’s space to Spain’s to assist a counter-attack. Fifa clocked his prime velocity at 33.98 km/h, and the footage of him rocketing previous youthful team-mates will resonate most among the many World Cup’s competing gamers, who can have famous that instance of his physicality.

With the World Cup 2018 now very a lot beneath approach, we’ve had an opportunity to forged our eye over all 32 groups and their early type.

Wednesday brings the second spherical of video games for groups in Group B, with Portugal vs Morocco and Iran vs Spain.

In between, Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia rounds out Group A’s second tranche of matches.

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With a busy schedule, right here is our information on how to watch each second of the motion – a feast of just about continuous soccer.

The total World Cup 2018 fixture schedule is included beneath, with timings, venues and TV channels included.

All instances BST. Native instances are BST +2 other than video games performed in Kaliningrad (+1), Samara (+3) and Ekaterinburg (+4).

Group stages

Thursday 14 June

Friday 15 June

Saturday 16 June

Sunday 17 June

Monday 18 June

Tuesday 19 June

Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia (Group A) – Rostov-on-Don – 4pm – BBC

Iran vs Spain (Group B) – Kazan – 7pm – ITV

Thursday 21 June

Denmark vs Australia (Group C) – Samara – 1pm – ITV

France vs Peru (Group C) – Ekaterinburg – 4pm – ITV

Argentina vs Croatia (Group D) – Nizhny Novgorod – 7pm – BBC

Friday 22 June

Brazil vs Costa Rica (Group E) – St Petersburg – 1pm – ITV

Nigeria vs Iceland (Group D) – Volgograd – 4pm – BBC

Serbia vs Switzerland (Group E) – Kaliningrad – 7pm – BBC

Saturday 23 June

Belgium vs Tunisia (Group G) – Moscow (Spartak) – 1pm – BBC

South Korea vs Mexico (Group F) – Rostov-on-Don – 4pm – ITV

Germany v Sweden (Group F) – Sochi – 7pm – ITV

Sunday 24 June

England vs Panama (Group G) – Nizhny Novgorod – 1pm – BBC

Japan vs Senegal (Group H) – Ekaterinburg – 4pm – BBC

Poland vs Colombia (Group H) – Kazan – 7pm – ITV

Monday 25 June

Uruguay vs Russia (Group A) – Samara – 3pm – ITV

Saudi Arabia vs Egypt (Group A) – Volgograd – 3pm – ITV

Spain vs Morocco (Group B) – Kaliningrad – 7pm- BBC

Iran vs Portugal (Group B) – Saransk – 7pm – BBC

Tuesday 26 June

Denmark vs France (Group C) – Moscow (Luzhniki) – 3pm – ITV

Australia vs Peru (Group C) – Sochi – 3pm – ITV

Nigeria vs Argentina (Group D) – St Petersburg – 7pm – BBC

Iceland vs Croatia (Group D) – Rostov-on-Don – 7pm – BBC

Wednesday 27 June

South Korea vs Germany (Group F) – Kazan – 3pm – BBC

Mexico vs Sweden (Group F) – Ekaterinburg – 3pm – BBC

Serbia vs Brazil (Group E) – Moscow (Spartak) – 7pm – ITV

Switzerland vs Costa Rica (Group E) – Nizhny Novgorod – 7pm – ITV

Thursday 28 June

Japan vs Poland (Group H) – Volgograd – 3pm – BBC

Senegal vs Colombia (Group H) – Samara – 3pm – BBC

England vs Belgium (Group G) – Kaliningrad – 7pm – ITV

Panama vs Tunisia (Group G) – Saransk – 7pm – ITV

Round of 16

(Matches in bold are potential England fixtures)

Saturday 30 June

Group C winner vs Group D runner-up – Kazan, 3pm (Match 50)

Group A winner vs Group B runner-up- Sochi, 7pm (Match 49)

Sunday 1 July

Group B winner vs Group A runner-up- Moscow (Luzhniki), 3pm (Match 51)

Group D winner vs Group C runner-up – Nizhny Novgorod, 7pm (Match 52)

Monday 2 July

Group E winner vs Group F runner-up – Samara, 3pm (Match 53)

Group G winner vs Group H runner-up – Rostov-on-Don, 7pm (Match 54)

Tuesday 3 July

Group F winner vs Group E runner-up – St Petersburg 3pm (Match 55)

Group H winner vs Group G runner-up – Moscow (Spartak), 7pm (Match 56)

Quarter-finals

Friday 6 July

Winner match 49 vs Winner match 50 – Nizhny Novgorod, 3pm (Match 57)

Winner match 53 vs Winner match 54 – Kazan, 7pm (Match 58)

Saturday 7 July

Winner match 55 vs Winner match 56 – Samara, 3pm (Match 60)

Winner match 51 vs Winner match 52 – Sochi, 7pm (Match 59)

Semi-finals

Tuesday 10 July

Winner match 57 vs Winner match 58 – St Petersburg, 7pm (Match 61)

Wednesday 11 July

Winner match 59 vs Winner match 60 – Moscow (Luzhniki), 7pm (Match 62)

Third place play-off

Saturday 14 July

Loser match 61 vs Loser match 62 – St Petersburg, 3pm

Final

Sunday 15 July

Moscow (Luzhniki), 4pm

 

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