Excellent video shows the importance of John Stones vs Colombia

Excellent video shows the importance of John Stones vs Colombia

Excellent video shows the importance of John Stones vs Colombia

On Saturday, the third and four World Cup quarter-finals take place in Russian Federation, as the competition reaches the latter stages.

He added: "England have not been in a World Cup semi-final since 1990 but they have enough in their current squad to deal with this game".

Focusing on the last eight of the tournament, the Northern Ireland boss believes Uruguay, Brazil, England and Croatia will make it through this weekend. "Apart from that, they didn't have many great opportunities".

Muslera apologised for his error but rejected the thought that one mistake could haunt his career.

"So I'm very pleased with how it's gone so far, I want to keep pushing and getting better and that's down to what they achieved in their career".

"There was a coach once, who said his team was quite easy to analyse but hard to beat". Brazil lost to France and the Netherlands in the quarterfinals of the 2006 and 2010 World Cups and was humiliated 7-1 by Germany in the semifinals four years ago at home.

SWEDEN coach Janne Andersson has backed goal-shy Marcus Berg to end his barren spell against England tomorrow.

Diego Maradona has apologised to Federation Internationale de Football Association over his criticism of referee Mark Geiger following England's World Cup penalty shoot-out win over Colombia in the round of 16 on Tuesday. "England will win that one", he argued. Again, it'll be a very tight affair, with Russian Federation being very patient and playing for penalties, which worked for them last time. They won't be fussed about having a lot of the ball, or having a go at England.

"You have to find solutions, you have to find reaction but what you have to find more than anything is the desire and togetherness of a group of players, that they are desperate to perform", Martinez said. They have young, hungry players. "We shouldn't only look at Colombian players".

The five-time champions came to Russian Federation desperate to make amends for their stunning 7-1 semi-final defeat to Germany in Belo Horizonte in 2014.

Yet Eriksson does not consider that a major issue given he thinks the team's strength to be how it functions as a unit.

Matuidi praised Cavani, saying "He is a very generous man, who does not give up on anything, and I know that he will do everything, right up until the last moment to be on the pitch".

"Sweden don't have a Kane, Sterling or a Neymar". Instead, he instilled a team ethic and collective spirit that has made the Swedes a much tougher proposition.

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