2018 World Cup group stage wraps up


the final matches of the 2018 FIFA World Cup group stage wrapped up Thursday the Winner’s will move to The Knockout stage starting with the round of 16 this Saturday what’s being a friend take full days here in Russia we now know the lineup for the last 16 The Knockout stage of the World Cup the final piece of the jigsaw was the matching kaliningrad between England and Belgium the two teams with respect to color because that is pitch them into what is clearly the easier from the drawer match against Colombia first with Sweden or Switzerland to fall out and then Spain and looks to be what would be the toughest that’s what that was a big Japan next in the second round that would be a possible culture final with Brazil and then it would be from Portugal Argentina or Uruguay that is a tough part 2 the final Belgium in England so I came out to group page that was completed on Thursday and that was up in the ass for a while with any to from three able to make it through Columbia started the day and said they won the group by beating Senegal tomorrow play fantastic Heather that result actually save Japan who lost the Poland but because Senegal lost they were level on points difference and goals scored cenacle had more yellow cards so they were going home the first time since 1982 that they would be an African team in the second round of the World Cup Argentina in Kazan they’re all must-win matches from now on at this world cup
The group stage of the 2018 World Cup finished Thursday with Belgium, Japan, Colombia and England moving on to the knockout stage, which begins with the Round of 16 this Saturday. BBC News sports correspondent Olly Foster reports from Moscow.

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