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June 26, 2018 at 6:14 am IST Posted by Sawan Kumar

Ronaldo & Portugal team-mates ‘woken’ by yelling Iran fans outside hotel

Iranian Football Fans have worked like a finicky in order to offer their team a boost. Howbeit the fans are much awaiting a do or die group B encounter on Monday. Both the teams are likely to qualify for the knockout stages hosted in Russia.

Portugal has four points, Iran-Russia has three points depicting towards their encounter in Saransk is a winner.

On Sunday night the streets were flooded by Iranian fans, having seemingly found the Seleccao’s team hotel, and set to cheer and yell standing below their hotel rooms.

The herd of fans was singing, clapping, blowing vuvuzelas and humming. However, it seemed that they meant to hinder the preparations of the football star Cristiano Ronaldo and his teammates.

A video clip was shared on social media which tend towards depicting that the weary football player coming towards his hotel window adjuring the fans to let him sleep.

The Real Madrid star is widely known for responding to distress and misadventure. In their opening game, Iran defeated Morocco prior to their defeat of 1-0 against Spain.

“If Morocco and Spain were difficult [games], Portugal is even more difficult. We knew this, we didn’t come here to play easy teams,” – he said.

“Not even in their dreams did my players imagine they would one day play against Cristiano, and all of Portugal’s other great players so they are very excited.

A stunning fusing of results could tend to witness Spain knocked out and Portugal and Iran end up with a draw and a defeat for Spain by two goals.

June 18, 2018 at 10:18 am IST Posted by Sawan Kumar

World Cup 2018 Day four- Live Updates

So far the World Cup has been a great success, we have the two great players Cristiano Ronaldo as well as Messi shine against each other. However, the day four is even more interesting and bring the enthusiasts to a state of extreme disquiet.

Luckily your wait is finally over, as we have brought you the live update of the World Cup 2018 day four live updates. Read on have a nice time ahead.

At 1 pm Costa Rick kick it against the Serbian team while the two eminent teams make their marks at the Russian lands this season. Germany soon to become world champions head towards retaining the trophy against Mexico this season at the Luzhniki Stadium.

Live Updates

23 hours– The fourth day of FIFA World Cup 2018 is greatly greeted. The independent would have the latest news and updates from the Russian stadium.

22 hours– Costa Rica faces Serbia in Samara with Los Ticos looking forward to recapturing the magic for the past years. Germany sets the hunt to retain their crown in the World Cup by 4 pm.

At 7 pm the Brazilian team play opposite of the Swiss team at the Rostov Arena. Can the Swiss clone the campaign and

22 hours– In the meantime Jack Lang had fabricated an ex-facto of England’s defeat in the Seleção in the quarter-finals 1 over a one and half decades ago. Having a conversation with Luiz Felipe Scolari and three of his players and how it affected their ultimate victory but also interposing on how it was a typical English tournament.

22 hours– The current opener would be dismissing today’s opener as completely trite, howbeit it could be an interesting game. The team spirit of Costa drove them further towards the quarter-finals in Brazil and would service themselves towards a similar action in Russia.

June 15, 2018 at 5:29 pm IST Posted by Sawan Kumar

FIFA 2018: As it happened: Russia 5 Saudi Arabia 0

Friday, June 15, 2018- Judging with the scores, Russia 5 Saudi Arabia 0. Added as the 2nd defeat in history. For Saudi Arabia, first defeat they tasted of 8-0 with Germany in 2002.

5.10 PM: The team lineups in the ground.

5.47PM: Fahad Muwallad, struggling hard for a start, but he has to be content with a place on the bench as the game begins.

5.51PM: A announcement held that Saudi Arabia are chasing for only their third ever win at the finals.

5.57PM: A announcement of that goal by ‘Al-Owairan’.

6PM: None of the player from both the sides plays their football outside their home country,

6.01PM: The first of the 64 games at the 21st World Cup, kicks off after the first blast of the whistle of Argentine referee Nestor Pitana.

6.12PM: Russia add its first goal in its scorecard, having the lead through Iury Gazinsky.

6.37PM: Saudi Arabia’s player Salem Al-Dawsari vies for possession with Russia’s midfielder Roman Zobnin.

6.41PM: BBC Sport pundit Jermain Jenas says, “That is three or four times Saudi Arabia have been caught two v two or three v three. It is schoolboy stuff from Saudi Arabia.”

6.43PM:  and there goes the second GOAL!…….. If Saudi Arabia want to win their game then they have to do it hard way after Denis Cheryshev, makes two goals just before half-time.

6.52PM: Former England captain, Alan Shearer, fears for the Green Falcons in the second half. He said, “Every opportunity Russia have to hit them on the break, they are far too quick for Saudi Arabia, and they can go and get four or five goals if they want to”.

6.54PM: “Saudi Arabia are all at sea when Russia counterattack,” says former England defender Gary Neville in his role as a pundit for English TV.

6.58PM: Saudi Arabia did not have a single shot on goal in the first half.

7PM: Pizzi would by sure look forward to change things in the second half.

7.05PM: Question arose. Can Saudi Arabia would able to pull a rabbit out of the hat?

 

7.19PM: “I just don’t think Saudi Arabia has the ability. If they are playing like this against a Russia side that has been criticised in the build-up to the match, then they are going to struggle in this tournament,” said former England captain Alan Shearer. “They are just not used to playing at this level with this intensity, and against this physicality.”

7.23PM: Saudi Arabia coach has made his move with just under a third of the match remaining, removing defensive midfielder Abdullah Otayf and replacing him with strike weapon Fahad Muwallad.

7.31PM: and the third GOAL!  Of Russia rocked the whole stadium.

7.37PM: former England manager Glenn Hoddle, “Saudi Arabi played so pretty strong opposition in the build-up to the World Cup but they’ve been very poor tonight”.

7.40PM: Former England striker Dion Dublin said, “If this was a five-a-side World Cup tournament, I think Saudi Arabia would do very well, and might even win it. But you cannot play 5-a-side on a full-size pitch”.

7.51PM: GOAL! The fourth goal and made shocked the Saudi Arabia fans. This has been a horrible opening night for the Green Falcons.

7.55PM: with the fifth GOAL! Russia won the match.