To your attention the review of the day of World Cup 2018 for July 3.
Sweden – Switzerland 1: 0
Sweden for the first time in almost a quarter of a century entered the quarterfinals of the FIFA World Cup. The ball, which flew into the net after the strike of Emil Forsberg, brought the Scandinavians a minimal victory (1: 0) over Switzerland in St. Petersburg.
From the very beginning the match was very closed. Sweden adhered to its tried and tested recipe: sit down deeper into its gates, defend itself and look for happiness in counterattacks. Switzerland held the match a little more actively, more possession of the ball, but the wait-and-see tactics of the team of Janne Andersson proved to be more productive. Moments, and one and the other team was a little, but the Swedes eventually ordered better.
Most of the match rivals waged something like a war of attrition, but gradually the tension grew, it became clear that the decisive moment was not far off, and only a bad implementation for the time being allowed to keep zeros on the scoreboard. In the end, the fortune chose its favorite: the Swiss left Forsberg without guardianship on the penalty area, and he struck a blow, justifying the advances that were issued to him before the tournament. Manuel Akandji made a desperate attempt to hit the ball, but the one from the defender’s foot flew into the goal. Sweden – in the quarterfinals!
Colombia – England 1: 1 (3: 4 on penalties)
Team England, despite the fact that missed the extra time of the second half, managed to beat Colombia in a series of post-match penalties. The English are in a good mood, as evidenced by their comments after the game.
In the quarter finals England will play against Sweden on Saturday, July 7th. The match starts at 5:00 pm Kyiv time.
Colombia – England 1: 1 (on a penalty – 3: 4)
Goals: Mina, 90 + 3 – Kane, 57 (with a penalty)
Colombia: Ospina – Arias (Zapata, 116), D. Sanchez, Mina, Mojica – Barrios, K. Sanchez (Uribe, 79), Lerma (Bakka, 62) – Juan Cuadrado, Quintero (Muriel, 88) – Falcao