Playing against Brazil will be magnificent -Eden Hazard

Ross Houston
July 3, 2018

The Red Devils face Japan in the last-16 of the World Cup on Japan, looking to secure a place in the quarter-finals where either Mexico or Brazil await.

"[They] even left note with "thank you" in Russian", Janssens added, referring to a small piece of paper expressing gratitude to the host nation. "It's in our hands, we need to give everything and see what happens".

"Thank you all Galatasaray family for the great support since the day I come to this club".

A last-minute goal Nacer Chadli capped a remarkable fightback for Belgium as they dumped Japan out of the World Cup in thrilling, not to mention historic, fashion. This World Cup keeps on giving and we expect that to continue as we race towards finalizing the cast for the quarter-finals of this tournament. "That's how I felt at the end of the game".

"Anyway, I'll do my best".

'So we have to have a real understanding of how to play against a team like that - a team with players like Neymar and Coutinho who can decide a game in one second.

The Paris Saint-Germain forward stabbed home a low cross from Willian in the 51st minute to score his sixth World Cup goal and second of this year's tournament, but first in a knockout match.

At the very least, though, the performances of Japan and South Korea might stop Asia being the first point of call for those who want to argue that the World Cup is already too big.

"We have the same level of maturity across the team, which will make a difference this time". "When the goal was conceded, I blamed myself, and I question my tactics".

"Just a little bit more... it was a harsh result", said Kenta Saito, 61, a former school soccer coach and a qualified referee.

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