The journey of the 2018 FIFA World Cup started with 32 teams on June 14, is now down to eight teams. The round of 16 matches have been completed, and there have already been a few surprises.
The most unexpected surprise or should we say shock for FIFA fans. While it was game over for football’s most-celebrated players Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, teams like Brazil, Belgium, and England progressed to the quarterfinals.
Spain’s World Cup campaign came to an unfortunate end after losing to hosts Russia 3-4 on penalties.
Despite the big teams missing out on a last eight spot, the quarterfinal promises to be yet another cracking one.
While France locks horns with Uruguay in the early kick-off on Friday, that match will be followed by the Brazil-Belgium clash, as the Selecao chase a sixth world title.
On Sunday, an England team boosted by Harry Kane’s form will be in action against Sweden earlier, whereas hosts Russia face Croatia in the second match on that day.
After the Three Lions’ thrilling 4-3 win on penalties against Colombia on Tuesday. Only a few days left for the FIFA World Cup 2018 finals. Let's see what will happen, which team will carry the trophy up and who all are going back home.