World Cup 2018

Format: 32 teams in eight groups of four with two from each qualifying to the round of 16 before the Quarter Finals, Semi Finals and Final.

Thursday 14th June 2018

Group A: Russia 5-0 Saudi Arabia (Moscow)

Friday 15th June 2018

Group A: Egypt 0-1 Uruguay (Yekaterinburg)

Group B: Morocco 0-1 Iran (Saint Petersberg)

Group B: Portugal 3-3 Spain (Sochi)

Saturday 16th June 2018

Group C: France 2-1 Australia (Kazan)

Group D: Argentina 1-1 Iceland (Moscow)

Group C: Peru 0-1 Denmark (Saransk)

Group D: Croatia 2-0 Nigeria (Kaliningrad)

Sunday 17th June 2018

Group E: Costa Rica 0-1 Serbia (Samara)

Group F: Germany 0-1 Mexico (Moscow)

Group E: Brazil 1-1 Switzerland (Rostov)

Monday 18th June 2018

Group F: Sweden 1-0 South Korea (Nizhny Novgorod)

Group G: Belgium 3-0 Panama (Sochi)

Group G: Tunisia 1-2 England (Volgograd)

Tuesday 19th June 2018

Group H: Colombia 1-2 Japan (Saransk)

Group H: Poland 1-2 Senegal (Moscow)

Group A: Russia 3-1 Egypt (Saint Petersburg)

Wednesday 20th June 2018

Group B: Portugal 1-0 Morocco (Moscow)

Group A: Uruguay 1-0 Saudi Arabia (Rostov)

Group B: Iran 0-1 Spain (Kazan)

Thursday 21st June 2018

Group C: Denmark 1-1 Australia (Samara)

Group C: France 1-0 Peru (Yekaterinburg)

Group D: Argentina 0-3 Croatia (Nizhny Novgorod)

Friday 22nd June 2018

Group E: Brazil 2-0 Costa Rica (Saint Petersburg)

Group D: Nigeria 2-0 Iceland (Volgograd)

Group E: Serbia 1-2 Switzerland (Kaliningrad)

Saturday 23rd June 2018

Group G: Belgium 5-2 Tunisia (Moscow)

Group F: South Korea 1-2 Mexico (Rostov)

Group F: Germany 2-1 Sweden (Sochi)

Sunday 24th June 2018

Group G: England 6-1 Panama (Nizhny Novgorod)

Group H: Japan 2-2 Senegal (Yekaterinburg)

Group H: Poland 0-3 Colombia (Kazan)

Monday 25th June 2018

Group A: Saudi Arabia 2-1 Egypt (Volgograd)

Group A: Uruguay 3-0 Russia (Samara)

Group B: Iran 1-1 Portugal (Saransk)

Group B: Spain 2-2 Morocco (Kaliningrad)

Tuesday 26th June 2018

Group C: Australia 0-2 Peru (Sochi)

Group C: Denmark 0-0 France (Moscow)

Group D: Iceland 1-2 Croatia (Rostov)

Group D: Nigeria 1-2 Argentina (Saint Petersburg)

Wednesday 27th June 2018

Group F: Mexico 0-3 Sweden (Yekaterinburg)

Group F: South Korea 2-0 Germany (Kazan)

Group E: Serbia 0-2 Brazil (Moscow)

Group E: Switzerland 2-2 Costa Rica (Nizhny Novgorod)

Thursday 28th June 2018

Group H: Japan 0-1 Poland (Volgograd)

Group H: Senegal 0-1 Colombia (Samara)

Group G: England 0-1 Belgium (Kaliningrad)

Group G: Panama 1-2 Tunisia (Saransk)

Final Standings: Group A: 1 Uruguay (Q), 2 Russia (Q), 3 Saudi Arabia, 4 Egypt. Group B: 1 Spain (Q), 2 Portugal (Q), 3 Iran, 4 Morocco. Group C: 1 France (Q), 2 Denmark (Q), 3 Peru, 4 Australia. Group D: 1 Croatia (Q), 2 Argentina (Q), 3 Nigeria, 4 Iceland. Group E: 1 Brazil (Q), 2 Switzerland (Q), 3 Serbia, 4 Costa Rica. Group F: 1 Sweden (Q), 2 Mexico (Q), 3 South Korea, 4 Germany. Group G: 1 Belgium (Q), 2 England (Q), 3 Tunisia, 4 Panama. Group H: 1 Colombia (Q), 2 Japan (Q), 3 Senegal, 4 Poland.

Saturday 30th June 2018

Round of 16: France 4-3 Argentina (Kazan)

Round of 16: Uruguay 2-1 Portugal (Sochi)

Sunday 1st July 2018

Round of 16: Spain 1-1 Russia (Moscow) Russia won 4-3 on pens aet

Round of 16: Croatia 1-1 Denmark (Nizhny Novgorod) Croatia won 3-2 on pens aet

Monday 2nd July 2018

Round of 16: Brazil 2-0 Mexico (Samara)

Round of 16: Belgium 3-2 Japan (Rostov)

Tuesday 3rd July 2018

Round of 16: Sweden 1-0 Switzerland (Saint Petersburg)

Round of 16: Colombia 1-1 England (Moscow) England won 4-3 on pens aet

Friday 6th July 2018

Quarter Finals: France 2-0 Uruguay (Nizhny Novgorod)

Quarter Finals: Brazil 1-2 Belgium (Kazan)

Saturday 7th July 2018

Quarter Finals: Sweden 0-2 England (Samara)

Quarter Finals: Russia 2-2 Croatia (Sochi) Croatia won 4-3 on pens aet

Tuesday 10th July 2018

Semi Finals: France 1-0 Belgium (Saint Petersburg)

Wednesday 11th July 2018

Semi Finals: England 1-2 Croatia (Moscow) aet

Saturday 14th July 2018

Third/Fourth Playoff: Belgium 2-0 England (Saint Petersburg)

Sunday 15th July 2018

Final: France 4-2 Croatia (Moscow)

France 4-2-3-1 Hugo Lloris (c) – Benjamin Pavard, Raphael Varane, Samuel Umtiti, Lucas Hernandez – Paul Pogba, N’Golo Kante (Steven Nzonzi 55) – Kylian Mbappe, Antoine Griezmann, Blaise Matuidi (Corentin Tolisso 73) – Olivier Giroud (Nabil Fekir 81). Coach: Didier Deschamps.

Croatia 4-1-4-1 Danijel Subasic – Sime Vrsaljko, Dejan Lovren, Domagoj Vida, Ivan Strinic (Marko Pjaca 81) – Marcelo Brozovic – Ante Rebic (Andrej Kramaric 71), Ivan Rakitic, Luka Modric (c), Ivan Perisic – Mario Mandzukic. Coach: Zlatko Dalic.

Goals: 1-0 Mandzukic (France) 18 (own goal), 1-1 Perisic (Croatia) 28, 2-1 Griezmann (France) 38 (pen), 3-1 Pogba (France) 59, 4-1 Mbappe (France) 65, 4-2 Mandzukic (Croatia) 69

Referee: Nestor Pitana (Argentina)

Attendance: 78,011

Venue: Luzhniki Stadium (Moscow)

Host Country: Russia

Stadiums Used: Central Stadium (Yekaterinburg), Fisht Stadium (Sochi), Kaliningrad Arena (Kaliningrad), Kazan Arena (Kazan), Krestivsky Stadium (Saint Petersburg), Luzhniki Stadium (Moscow), Mordovia Arena (Saransk), Nizhny Novgorod Stadium (Nizhny Novgorod), Otkrite Arena (Moscow), Rostov Arena (Rostov), Samara Arena (Samara), Volgograd Arena (Volgograd)

Top Goalscorer: Harry Kane (England) 6

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