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July 06, 2018 Friday 11:15:11 AM IST

FIFA World Cup 2018 Quarter-Finals Battle Starts

Sports & Games

The 2018 FIFA World Cup was filled with surprises. The strong fan base teams with best players in the world went out in an unexpected way. Now the game battle is down to 8 teams France, Uruguay, Brazil, Belgium, Sweden, England, Russia and Croatia. This World Cup has proved anything can happen and any team could be a champion.

 

Of the eight teams left, Brazil, Uruguay, France and England, are former World champions. All eyes are onto Brazil, France, England and Russia in the Semi-finals. As in the previous matches low ranked teams cannot be overruled. There is the possibility of the lower   ranked teams to be in the Semi-finals.

 


All the teams have buckled their boots to play like a battle to hold the Cup.

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