Two late South Korean goals have knocked out Germany out of the group stages after yet another bad performance in the South Korea Vs Germany in what will be the shock of the FIFA World Cup 2018. Finishing at the bottom of the Group F, Germany ended their title defense
The two teams of group F are going to go head to head in a crucial Mexico vs Sweden match for the chance to advance towards the round of 16.
The match we are talking about is Sweden vs Mexico. The match itself is made interesting by the potential fact that
World Cup Holders Germany will brace themselves for a tough battle when they face South Korea in their final Group fixture at Kazan Arena on Wednesday. Both the teams will look to end their group stages with positivity with the defending champions need a win at all costs from the
Mexico began their World Cup campaign with a 1-0 win against the defending champions Germany and Mexico will look to keep their momentum going against South Korea too. They will hope to win a ticket to the next round here tonight in the South Korea Vs Mexico clash at the Rostov-On-Don
The first Group F match of Sweden Vs South Korea ended in a 1-0 victory for the European side at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium in Russia.
This victory for Sweden was a very crucial one as they registered their first win in an international match nearly after 8 months. The last
The FIFA World Cup is up and running, and one could not hope for a better start to the tournament then what we have been witnessing in the first two days of the competition. Whether it be the mind blasting opener of a 5-0 victory of Russia over Saudi Arabia,
The Fifa World Cup 2018 is officially upon us, the excitement is hard to contain and its easy to understand why. With the countdown to the games officially almost over, it kicks off with the opening game between Russia vs Saudi Arabia
For the opening game we have two of the
How often have we seen lower ranked teams defeat numero uno teams in the World Cup.
Occasionally We have witnessed quite a few teams on their day doing the impossible over the other. A fight between David and Goliath.
Given the world cup stage is where the best of the world compete
The World Cup is just a few days away and all the teams are gearing up for the opportunity to represent their country at the grandest stage of all. It begins on 14th June 2018 at the Luzhniki Stadium, the largest stadium in Russia with a seating capacity of 81,000.