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Belgium vs Tunisia, World Cup 2018 Group G clash, kicks off at 1pm on BBC 1 You are the VAR: Think you can do better than the World Cup referees? Test yourself here Get Telegraph Football WhatsApp for in-match analysis and talking points throughout the World Cup Betting guide: predictions and tips for Belgium v Tunisia WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article 12:30PM Frank Lampard I'm paraphrasing this a little bit because my hands aren't typing as quickly as I want to yet. I'm getting warmed up. Don't worry. Anyway, Lampard has revealed his long, arduous journey from a comfortable upper-middle class background. "I went to a private school in Essex so I feel bad compared to these guys! What I did have was a father who pushed me. "It was a real eye opener when Chelsea became a bit more cosmopolitan and Didier etc came in, we maybe didn't realise how easy we had it because they told us stories about back home and you see how lucky you are." 12:28PM Ex-pros on their journey Pablo Zabaleta "We have a dream to play in Europe to play in the greatest league in the world. And it's really tough because you have to leave your friends, your family. I was 21 and I cannot complain, I went to Barcelona to Espanyol! You have to be mature for this, be a tough person for those moments." 12:27PM But who is going to win this game? World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Find out here! 12:26PM Romelu Lukaku interview The BBC have an incredible interview with Romelu Lukaku on screen at the moment. He reveals things like when he realised his family was broke, how he used to share football boots with his dad and a really sad story about how his granddad died just days before he signed a professional football deal - the contract he kept telling his mum would change their lives once he got it. Good lad. He's come a long way. Didier Drogba is his hero too and is talking about meeting Lukaku. "He came up to me and said 'oh I know this goal, this minute you scored'. I remember it very well. He said 'I remember it because I was nine at that time'! I was 34. Like, man. Time flies." 12:10PM Belgium unchanged Belgium manager Roberto Martinez picks the same side that beat Panama, whilst Tunisia makes just two changes from the side that lost to England. Goalkeeper Farouk Ben Mustapha comes in for Mouez Hassen, while Naim Sliti makes way for Saîf-Eddine Khaoui. The teams are in! #BELTUN ������ pic.twitter.com/DifsYqztQq— FIFA World Cup �� (@FIFAWorldCup) June 23, 2018 11:57AM Location, location, location Nine days in and fans have had a chance to see every stadium in action. They're glorious aren't they? The red and white Spartak Stadium looks tailor made for a match between Belgium, who play in red today, and Tunisia, who play in white. World Cup 2018 stadium: Spartak Stadium 11:43AM And on the ninth day... A warm welcome to another day of World Cup football. It can be unusually cruel at times, the World Cup, as we've already seen Morocco, Egpyt, and fan favourites Peru crash out. After so much waiting, so much preparation, and so many miles travelled, it can all be over so quickly. Today, Tunisia must win to have any realistic chance of staying in Russia. Lose, and they put their hopes on Panama beating England. As any England supporter will tell you, there's no chance that'll happen - I'm not sure if you've heard but, football's coming home. Tunisia fans ahead of their side's second World Cup match against Belgium Credit: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters A lot of the drama at this World Cup has had little to do with the football so far. VAR and leaked team sheets have dominated the headlines, but Russia is screaming out for someone to grab it by the horns and put in a display fit for a champion. It could certainly be star-studded Belgium, unbeaten in their past ten World Cup group-stage matches. This a golden generation to envy, as they're bursting with so much talent that even Mousa Dembele, brilliant this year (and any year) for Tottenham, didn't get in the starting lineup in their first match against Panama. Belgium won anyway, with all three goals in a 3-0 win coming in the second half where we saw glimpses of what this side is capable of. Kevin De Brunye, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku started to replicate the kind of form we're used to seeing in the Premiership - frightening. They can seal qualification to the second round with a win today, and start fulfilling some of the potential their squad promises. Tunisia's defense will certainly have their work cut out for them, but expect a higher line than we saw them play against England as they're forced to go out and find a winner. Belgium fans ahead of their match against Tunisia Credit: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters One thing you can count on at the Russia 2018 World Cup is that the fans will be up for it. They've absolutely stolen the show so far, so expect another great display of support for both sides at the Spartak Stadium.
World Cup 2018, Belgium vs Tunisia: live score and latest updates
Belgium vs Tunisia, World Cup 2018 Group G clash, kicks off at 1pm on BBC 1 You are the VAR: Think you can do better than the World Cup referees? Test yourself here Get Telegraph Football WhatsApp for in-match analysis and talking points throughout the World Cup Betting guide: predictions and tips for Belgium v Tunisia WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article 12:30PM Frank Lampard I'm paraphrasing this a little bit because my hands aren't typing as quickly as I want to yet. I'm getting warmed up. Don't worry. Anyway, Lampard has revealed his long, arduous journey from a comfortable upper-middle class background. "I went to a private school in Essex so I feel bad compared to these guys! What I did have was a father who pushed me. "It was a real eye opener when Chelsea became a bit more cosmopolitan and Didier etc came in, we maybe didn't realise how easy we had it because they told us stories about back home and you see how lucky you are." 12:28PM Ex-pros on their journey Pablo Zabaleta "We have a dream to play in Europe to play in the greatest league in the world. And it's really tough because you have to leave your friends, your family. I was 21 and I cannot complain, I went to Barcelona to Espanyol! You have to be mature for this, be a tough person for those moments." 12:27PM But who is going to win this game? World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Find out here! 12:26PM Romelu Lukaku interview The BBC have an incredible interview with Romelu Lukaku on screen at the moment. He reveals things like when he realised his family was broke, how he used to share football boots with his dad and a really sad story about how his granddad died just days before he signed a professional football deal - the contract he kept telling his mum would change their lives once he got it. Good lad. He's come a long way. Didier Drogba is his hero too and is talking about meeting Lukaku. "He came up to me and said 'oh I know this goal, this minute you scored'. I remember it very well. He said 'I remember it because I was nine at that time'! I was 34. Like, man. Time flies." 12:10PM Belgium unchanged Belgium manager Roberto Martinez picks the same side that beat Panama, whilst Tunisia makes just two changes from the side that lost to England. Goalkeeper Farouk Ben Mustapha comes in for Mouez Hassen, while Naim Sliti makes way for Saîf-Eddine Khaoui. The teams are in! #BELTUN ������ pic.twitter.com/DifsYqztQq— FIFA World Cup �� (@FIFAWorldCup) June 23, 2018 11:57AM Location, location, location Nine days in and fans have had a chance to see every stadium in action. They're glorious aren't they? The red and white Spartak Stadium looks tailor made for a match between Belgium, who play in red today, and Tunisia, who play in white. World Cup 2018 stadium: Spartak Stadium 11:43AM And on the ninth day... A warm welcome to another day of World Cup football. It can be unusually cruel at times, the World Cup, as we've already seen Morocco, Egpyt, and fan favourites Peru crash out. After so much waiting, so much preparation, and so many miles travelled, it can all be over so quickly. Today, Tunisia must win to have any realistic chance of staying in Russia. Lose, and they put their hopes on Panama beating England. As any England supporter will tell you, there's no chance that'll happen - I'm not sure if you've heard but, football's coming home. Tunisia fans ahead of their side's second World Cup match against Belgium Credit: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters A lot of the drama at this World Cup has had little to do with the football so far. VAR and leaked team sheets have dominated the headlines, but Russia is screaming out for someone to grab it by the horns and put in a display fit for a champion. It could certainly be star-studded Belgium, unbeaten in their past ten World Cup group-stage matches. This a golden generation to envy, as they're bursting with so much talent that even Mousa Dembele, brilliant this year (and any year) for Tottenham, didn't get in the starting lineup in their first match against Panama. Belgium won anyway, with all three goals in a 3-0 win coming in the second half where we saw glimpses of what this side is capable of. Kevin De Brunye, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku started to replicate the kind of form we're used to seeing in the Premiership - frightening. They can seal qualification to the second round with a win today, and start fulfilling some of the potential their squad promises. Tunisia's defense will certainly have their work cut out for them, but expect a higher line than we saw them play against England as they're forced to go out and find a winner. Belgium fans ahead of their match against Tunisia Credit: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters One thing you can count on at the Russia 2018 World Cup is that the fans will be up for it. They've absolutely stolen the show so far, so expect another great display of support for both sides at the Spartak Stadium.
Belgium vs Tunisia, World Cup 2018 Group G clash, kicks off at 1pm on BBC 1 You are the VAR: Think you can do better than the World Cup referees? Test yourself here Get Telegraph Football WhatsApp for in-match analysis and talking points throughout the World Cup Betting guide: predictions and tips for Belgium v Tunisia WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article 12:30PM Frank Lampard I'm paraphrasing this a little bit because my hands aren't typing as quickly as I want to yet. I'm getting warmed up. Don't worry. Anyway, Lampard has revealed his long, arduous journey from a comfortable upper-middle class background. "I went to a private school in Essex so I feel bad compared to these guys! What I did have was a father who pushed me. "It was a real eye opener when Chelsea became a bit more cosmopolitan and Didier etc came in, we maybe didn't realise how easy we had it because they told us stories about back home and you see how lucky you are." 12:28PM Ex-pros on their journey Pablo Zabaleta "We have a dream to play in Europe to play in the greatest league in the world. And it's really tough because you have to leave your friends, your family. I was 21 and I cannot complain, I went to Barcelona to Espanyol! You have to be mature for this, be a tough person for those moments." 12:27PM But who is going to win this game? World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Find out here! 12:26PM Romelu Lukaku interview The BBC have an incredible interview with Romelu Lukaku on screen at the moment. He reveals things like when he realised his family was broke, how he used to share football boots with his dad and a really sad story about how his granddad died just days before he signed a professional football deal - the contract he kept telling his mum would change their lives once he got it. Good lad. He's come a long way. Didier Drogba is his hero too and is talking about meeting Lukaku. "He came up to me and said 'oh I know this goal, this minute you scored'. I remember it very well. He said 'I remember it because I was nine at that time'! I was 34. Like, man. Time flies." 12:10PM Belgium unchanged Belgium manager Roberto Martinez picks the same side that beat Panama, whilst Tunisia makes just two changes from the side that lost to England. Goalkeeper Farouk Ben Mustapha comes in for Mouez Hassen, while Naim Sliti makes way for Saîf-Eddine Khaoui. The teams are in! #BELTUN ������ pic.twitter.com/DifsYqztQq— FIFA World Cup �� (@FIFAWorldCup) June 23, 2018 11:57AM Location, location, location Nine days in and fans have had a chance to see every stadium in action. They're glorious aren't they? The red and white Spartak Stadium looks tailor made for a match between Belgium, who play in red today, and Tunisia, who play in white. World Cup 2018 stadium: Spartak Stadium 11:43AM And on the ninth day... A warm welcome to another day of World Cup football. It can be unusually cruel at times, the World Cup, as we've already seen Morocco, Egpyt, and fan favourites Peru crash out. After so much waiting, so much preparation, and so many miles travelled, it can all be over so quickly. Today, Tunisia must win to have any realistic chance of staying in Russia. Lose, and they put their hopes on Panama beating England. As any England supporter will tell you, there's no chance that'll happen - I'm not sure if you've heard but, football's coming home. Tunisia fans ahead of their side's second World Cup match against Belgium Credit: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters A lot of the drama at this World Cup has had little to do with the football so far. VAR and leaked team sheets have dominated the headlines, but Russia is screaming out for someone to grab it by the horns and put in a display fit for a champion. It could certainly be star-studded Belgium, unbeaten in their past ten World Cup group-stage matches. This a golden generation to envy, as they're bursting with so much talent that even Mousa Dembele, brilliant this year (and any year) for Tottenham, didn't get in the starting lineup in their first match against Panama. Belgium won anyway, with all three goals in a 3-0 win coming in the second half where we saw glimpses of what this side is capable of. Kevin De Brunye, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku started to replicate the kind of form we're used to seeing in the Premiership - frightening. They can seal qualification to the second round with a win today, and start fulfilling some of the potential their squad promises. Tunisia's defense will certainly have their work cut out for them, but expect a higher line than we saw them play against England as they're forced to go out and find a winner. Belgium fans ahead of their match against Tunisia Credit: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters One thing you can count on at the Russia 2018 World Cup is that the fans will be up for it. They've absolutely stolen the show so far, so expect another great display of support for both sides at the Spartak Stadium.
World Cup 2018, Belgium vs Tunisia: live score and latest updates
Belgium vs Tunisia, World Cup 2018 Group G clash, kicks off at 1pm on BBC 1 You are the VAR: Think you can do better than the World Cup referees? Test yourself here Get Telegraph Football WhatsApp for in-match analysis and talking points throughout the World Cup Betting guide: predictions and tips for Belgium v Tunisia WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article 12:30PM Frank Lampard I'm paraphrasing this a little bit because my hands aren't typing as quickly as I want to yet. I'm getting warmed up. Don't worry. Anyway, Lampard has revealed his long, arduous journey from a comfortable upper-middle class background. "I went to a private school in Essex so I feel bad compared to these guys! What I did have was a father who pushed me. "It was a real eye opener when Chelsea became a bit more cosmopolitan and Didier etc came in, we maybe didn't realise how easy we had it because they told us stories about back home and you see how lucky you are." 12:28PM Ex-pros on their journey Pablo Zabaleta "We have a dream to play in Europe to play in the greatest league in the world. And it's really tough because you have to leave your friends, your family. I was 21 and I cannot complain, I went to Barcelona to Espanyol! You have to be mature for this, be a tough person for those moments." 12:27PM But who is going to win this game? World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Find out here! 12:26PM Romelu Lukaku interview The BBC have an incredible interview with Romelu Lukaku on screen at the moment. He reveals things like when he realised his family was broke, how he used to share football boots with his dad and a really sad story about how his granddad died just days before he signed a professional football deal - the contract he kept telling his mum would change their lives once he got it. Good lad. He's come a long way. Didier Drogba is his hero too and is talking about meeting Lukaku. "He came up to me and said 'oh I know this goal, this minute you scored'. I remember it very well. He said 'I remember it because I was nine at that time'! I was 34. Like, man. Time flies." 12:10PM Belgium unchanged Belgium manager Roberto Martinez picks the same side that beat Panama, whilst Tunisia makes just two changes from the side that lost to England. Goalkeeper Farouk Ben Mustapha comes in for Mouez Hassen, while Naim Sliti makes way for Saîf-Eddine Khaoui. The teams are in! #BELTUN ������ pic.twitter.com/DifsYqztQq— FIFA World Cup �� (@FIFAWorldCup) June 23, 2018 11:57AM Location, location, location Nine days in and fans have had a chance to see every stadium in action. They're glorious aren't they? The red and white Spartak Stadium looks tailor made for a match between Belgium, who play in red today, and Tunisia, who play in white. World Cup 2018 stadium: Spartak Stadium 11:43AM And on the ninth day... A warm welcome to another day of World Cup football. It can be unusually cruel at times, the World Cup, as we've already seen Morocco, Egpyt, and fan favourites Peru crash out. After so much waiting, so much preparation, and so many miles travelled, it can all be over so quickly. Today, Tunisia must win to have any realistic chance of staying in Russia. Lose, and they put their hopes on Panama beating England. As any England supporter will tell you, there's no chance that'll happen - I'm not sure if you've heard but, football's coming home. Tunisia fans ahead of their side's second World Cup match against Belgium Credit: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters A lot of the drama at this World Cup has had little to do with the football so far. VAR and leaked team sheets have dominated the headlines, but Russia is screaming out for someone to grab it by the horns and put in a display fit for a champion. It could certainly be star-studded Belgium, unbeaten in their past ten World Cup group-stage matches. This a golden generation to envy, as they're bursting with so much talent that even Mousa Dembele, brilliant this year (and any year) for Tottenham, didn't get in the starting lineup in their first match against Panama. Belgium won anyway, with all three goals in a 3-0 win coming in the second half where we saw glimpses of what this side is capable of. Kevin De Brunye, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku started to replicate the kind of form we're used to seeing in the Premiership - frightening. They can seal qualification to the second round with a win today, and start fulfilling some of the potential their squad promises. Tunisia's defense will certainly have their work cut out for them, but expect a higher line than we saw them play against England as they're forced to go out and find a winner. Belgium fans ahead of their match against Tunisia Credit: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters One thing you can count on at the Russia 2018 World Cup is that the fans will be up for it. They've absolutely stolen the show so far, so expect another great display of support for both sides at the Spartak Stadium.
Belgium vs Tunisia, World Cup 2018 Group G clash, kicks off at 1pm on BBC 1 You are the VAR: Think you can do better than the World Cup referees? Test yourself here Get Telegraph Football WhatsApp for in-match analysis and talking points throughout the World Cup Betting guide: predictions and tips for Belgium v Tunisia WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article 12:30PM Frank Lampard I'm paraphrasing this a little bit because my hands aren't typing as quickly as I want to yet. I'm getting warmed up. Don't worry. Anyway, Lampard has revealed his long, arduous journey from a comfortable upper-middle class background. "I went to a private school in Essex so I feel bad compared to these guys! What I did have was a father who pushed me. "It was a real eye opener when Chelsea became a bit more cosmopolitan and Didier etc came in, we maybe didn't realise how easy we had it because they told us stories about back home and you see how lucky you are." 12:28PM Ex-pros on their journey Pablo Zabaleta "We have a dream to play in Europe to play in the greatest league in the world. And it's really tough because you have to leave your friends, your family. I was 21 and I cannot complain, I went to Barcelona to Espanyol! You have to be mature for this, be a tough person for those moments." 12:27PM But who is going to win this game? World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Find out here! 12:26PM Romelu Lukaku interview The BBC have an incredible interview with Romelu Lukaku on screen at the moment. He reveals things like when he realised his family was broke, how he used to share football boots with his dad and a really sad story about how his granddad died just days before he signed a professional football deal - the contract he kept telling his mum would change their lives once he got it. Good lad. He's come a long way. Didier Drogba is his hero too and is talking about meeting Lukaku. "He came up to me and said 'oh I know this goal, this minute you scored'. I remember it very well. He said 'I remember it because I was nine at that time'! I was 34. Like, man. Time flies." 12:10PM Belgium unchanged Belgium manager Roberto Martinez picks the same side that beat Panama, whilst Tunisia makes just two changes from the side that lost to England. Goalkeeper Farouk Ben Mustapha comes in for Mouez Hassen, while Naim Sliti makes way for Saîf-Eddine Khaoui. The teams are in! #BELTUN ������ pic.twitter.com/DifsYqztQq— FIFA World Cup �� (@FIFAWorldCup) June 23, 2018 11:57AM Location, location, location Nine days in and fans have had a chance to see every stadium in action. They're glorious aren't they? The red and white Spartak Stadium looks tailor made for a match between Belgium, who play in red today, and Tunisia, who play in white. World Cup 2018 stadium: Spartak Stadium 11:43AM And on the ninth day... A warm welcome to another day of World Cup football. It can be unusually cruel at times, the World Cup, as we've already seen Morocco, Egpyt, and fan favourites Peru crash out. After so much waiting, so much preparation, and so many miles travelled, it can all be over so quickly. Today, Tunisia must win to have any realistic chance of staying in Russia. Lose, and they put their hopes on Panama beating England. As any England supporter will tell you, there's no chance that'll happen - I'm not sure if you've heard but, football's coming home. Tunisia fans ahead of their side's second World Cup match against Belgium Credit: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters A lot of the drama at this World Cup has had little to do with the football so far. VAR and leaked team sheets have dominated the headlines, but Russia is screaming out for someone to grab it by the horns and put in a display fit for a champion. It could certainly be star-studded Belgium, unbeaten in their past ten World Cup group-stage matches. This a golden generation to envy, as they're bursting with so much talent that even Mousa Dembele, brilliant this year (and any year) for Tottenham, didn't get in the starting lineup in their first match against Panama. Belgium won anyway, with all three goals in a 3-0 win coming in the second half where we saw glimpses of what this side is capable of. Kevin De Brunye, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku started to replicate the kind of form we're used to seeing in the Premiership - frightening. They can seal qualification to the second round with a win today, and start fulfilling some of the potential their squad promises. Tunisia's defense will certainly have their work cut out for them, but expect a higher line than we saw them play against England as they're forced to go out and find a winner. Belgium fans ahead of their match against Tunisia Credit: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters One thing you can count on at the Russia 2018 World Cup is that the fans will be up for it. They've absolutely stolen the show so far, so expect another great display of support for both sides at the Spartak Stadium.
World Cup 2018, Belgium vs Tunisia: live score and latest updates
Belgium vs Tunisia, World Cup 2018 Group G clash, kicks off at 1pm on BBC 1 You are the VAR: Think you can do better than the World Cup referees? Test yourself here Get Telegraph Football WhatsApp for in-match analysis and talking points throughout the World Cup Betting guide: predictions and tips for Belgium v Tunisia WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article 12:30PM Frank Lampard I'm paraphrasing this a little bit because my hands aren't typing as quickly as I want to yet. I'm getting warmed up. Don't worry. Anyway, Lampard has revealed his long, arduous journey from a comfortable upper-middle class background. "I went to a private school in Essex so I feel bad compared to these guys! What I did have was a father who pushed me. "It was a real eye opener when Chelsea became a bit more cosmopolitan and Didier etc came in, we maybe didn't realise how easy we had it because they told us stories about back home and you see how lucky you are." 12:28PM Ex-pros on their journey Pablo Zabaleta "We have a dream to play in Europe to play in the greatest league in the world. And it's really tough because you have to leave your friends, your family. I was 21 and I cannot complain, I went to Barcelona to Espanyol! You have to be mature for this, be a tough person for those moments." 12:27PM But who is going to win this game? World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game Find out here! 12:26PM Romelu Lukaku interview The BBC have an incredible interview with Romelu Lukaku on screen at the moment. He reveals things like when he realised his family was broke, how he used to share football boots with his dad and a really sad story about how his granddad died just days before he signed a professional football deal - the contract he kept telling his mum would change their lives once he got it. Good lad. He's come a long way. Didier Drogba is his hero too and is talking about meeting Lukaku. "He came up to me and said 'oh I know this goal, this minute you scored'. I remember it very well. He said 'I remember it because I was nine at that time'! I was 34. Like, man. Time flies." 12:10PM Belgium unchanged Belgium manager Roberto Martinez picks the same side that beat Panama, whilst Tunisia makes just two changes from the side that lost to England. Goalkeeper Farouk Ben Mustapha comes in for Mouez Hassen, while Naim Sliti makes way for Saîf-Eddine Khaoui. The teams are in! #BELTUN ������ pic.twitter.com/DifsYqztQq— FIFA World Cup �� (@FIFAWorldCup) June 23, 2018 11:57AM Location, location, location Nine days in and fans have had a chance to see every stadium in action. They're glorious aren't they? The red and white Spartak Stadium looks tailor made for a match between Belgium, who play in red today, and Tunisia, who play in white. World Cup 2018 stadium: Spartak Stadium 11:43AM And on the ninth day... A warm welcome to another day of World Cup football. It can be unusually cruel at times, the World Cup, as we've already seen Morocco, Egpyt, and fan favourites Peru crash out. After so much waiting, so much preparation, and so many miles travelled, it can all be over so quickly. Today, Tunisia must win to have any realistic chance of staying in Russia. Lose, and they put their hopes on Panama beating England. As any England supporter will tell you, there's no chance that'll happen - I'm not sure if you've heard but, football's coming home. Tunisia fans ahead of their side's second World Cup match against Belgium Credit: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters A lot of the drama at this World Cup has had little to do with the football so far. VAR and leaked team sheets have dominated the headlines, but Russia is screaming out for someone to grab it by the horns and put in a display fit for a champion. It could certainly be star-studded Belgium, unbeaten in their past ten World Cup group-stage matches. This a golden generation to envy, as they're bursting with so much talent that even Mousa Dembele, brilliant this year (and any year) for Tottenham, didn't get in the starting lineup in their first match against Panama. Belgium won anyway, with all three goals in a 3-0 win coming in the second half where we saw glimpses of what this side is capable of. Kevin De Brunye, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku started to replicate the kind of form we're used to seeing in the Premiership - frightening. They can seal qualification to the second round with a win today, and start fulfilling some of the potential their squad promises. Tunisia's defense will certainly have their work cut out for them, but expect a higher line than we saw them play against England as they're forced to go out and find a winner. Belgium fans ahead of their match against Tunisia Credit: Sergei Karpukhin/Reuters One thing you can count on at the Russia 2018 World Cup is that the fans will be up for it. They've absolutely stolen the show so far, so expect another great display of support for both sides at the Spartak Stadium.
Former Arsenal, Barcelona and West Ham United midfielder Alex Song is still owed £7.9million by one of Russia’s World Cup hosts Rubin Kazan. Telegraph Sport revealed last December that Rubin - whose stadium is is staging World Cup group games and a last-16 and quarter-final match - had not paid their players for four months. Song was one of a number of players whose contract was terminated for non-payment by Fifa and the world’s governing body are also threatening Rubin with footballing sanctions, including future expulsion from European competition. But, having turned down a settlement offer of £2.2m, Song has now not been paid for 10 months and is yet to have his old contract, which is worth £7.9m, paid up. Song is a free agent under Fifa rules and is training on his own in his home country of Cameroon. The 30-year-old already has offers from clubs to join during the summer, but is concerned that Rubin are yet to pay him any of the money owed. Russia World Cup in pictures: Best photos of teams, games and players Rubin were hit by a financial crisis, although Song is now one of the few remaining players, who have been released from their contracts, not to be paid. Rubin is owned by the Tatar-American Investments and Finance company, TAIF, and president Radik Shaimiev is listed as being the 88th richest man in Russia. Chairman of the board of guardians is Rustam Minnikhanov, who is the president of Tartarstan and is an ally of Russian president Vladimir Putin. Sporting director of Rubin is Rustem Saymanov, who was arrested and spent time in prison in connection with murder. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article The plight of Rubin and their battle with Fifia is a source of embarrassment for Russia, who are currently trying to show the world that they are a thriving country in terms of sport, tourism and business. Rubin shot to worldwide fame by beating Barcelona in the Champions League in 2009, but could only finish this season in 10th place in the Russia’s top division.
Alex Song still owed £7.9m from Russian club hosting World Cup 2018 quarter-final
Former Arsenal, Barcelona and West Ham United midfielder Alex Song is still owed £7.9million by one of Russia’s World Cup hosts Rubin Kazan. Telegraph Sport revealed last December that Rubin - whose stadium is is staging World Cup group games and a last-16 and quarter-final match - had not paid their players for four months. Song was one of a number of players whose contract was terminated for non-payment by Fifa and the world’s governing body are also threatening Rubin with footballing sanctions, including future expulsion from European competition. But, having turned down a settlement offer of £2.2m, Song has now not been paid for 10 months and is yet to have his old contract, which is worth £7.9m, paid up. Song is a free agent under Fifa rules and is training on his own in his home country of Cameroon. The 30-year-old already has offers from clubs to join during the summer, but is concerned that Rubin are yet to pay him any of the money owed. Russia World Cup in pictures: Best photos of teams, games and players Rubin were hit by a financial crisis, although Song is now one of the few remaining players, who have been released from their contracts, not to be paid. Rubin is owned by the Tatar-American Investments and Finance company, TAIF, and president Radik Shaimiev is listed as being the 88th richest man in Russia. Chairman of the board of guardians is Rustam Minnikhanov, who is the president of Tartarstan and is an ally of Russian president Vladimir Putin. Sporting director of Rubin is Rustem Saymanov, who was arrested and spent time in prison in connection with murder. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article The plight of Rubin and their battle with Fifia is a source of embarrassment for Russia, who are currently trying to show the world that they are a thriving country in terms of sport, tourism and business. Rubin shot to worldwide fame by beating Barcelona in the Champions League in 2009, but could only finish this season in 10th place in the Russia’s top division.
Barcelona tertarik mendatangkan dua pemain Manchester United, Paul Pogba dan Jesse Lingard.
Barcelona Tertarik Mendatangkan Paul Pogba dan Jesse Lingard
Barcelona tertarik mendatangkan dua pemain Manchester United, Paul Pogba dan Jesse Lingard.
O atacante do Barça espera uma renovação de contrato, e deixa claro "eu não me vejo fora"
Jordi Alba: "ficaria toda a minha vida no Barcelona, mas decisão é do clube"
O atacante do Barça espera uma renovação de contrato, e deixa claro "eu não me vejo fora"
Tras el fracaso de Griezmann, el ​FC Barcelona ha intensificado su trabajo para asegurarse ahora la llegada de un centrocampista 'top' para la temporada que viene. Es por esto que todas las miradas se han centrado en uno de los candidatos, Miralem Pjanic, que ha sido 'cazado' en la ciudad Condal, lo que ha hecho saltar todas las alarmas sobre un posible inminente traspaso. ​Y es que, tal y como ha revelado el diario Sport, Pjanic fue visto en el aeropuerto de El Prat de Barcelona junto a su...
BOMBAZO | Pjanic, cazado pasando unos días en Barcelona
Tras el fracaso de Griezmann, el ​FC Barcelona ha intensificado su trabajo para asegurarse ahora la llegada de un centrocampista 'top' para la temporada que viene. Es por esto que todas las miradas se han centrado en uno de los candidatos, Miralem Pjanic, que ha sido 'cazado' en la ciudad Condal, lo que ha hecho saltar todas las alarmas sobre un posible inminente traspaso. ​Y es que, tal y como ha revelado el diario Sport, Pjanic fue visto en el aeropuerto de El Prat de Barcelona junto a su...
Recovering World Touring Car Cup driver Tiago Monteiro says he feels "almost ready" to return to racing for the first time since a testing crash at Barcelona last September
Tiago Monteiro 'almost ready' for World Touring Car Cup comeback
Recovering World Touring Car Cup driver Tiago Monteiro says he feels "almost ready" to return to racing for the first time since a testing crash at Barcelona last September
Recovering World Touring Car Cup driver Tiago Monteiro says he feels "almost ready" to return to racing for the first time since a testing crash at Barcelona last September
Tiago Monteiro 'almost ready' for World Touring Car Cup comeback
Recovering World Touring Car Cup driver Tiago Monteiro says he feels "almost ready" to return to racing for the first time since a testing crash at Barcelona last September
Recovering World Touring Car Cup driver Tiago Monteiro says he feels "almost ready" to return to racing for the first time since a testing crash at Barcelona last September
Tiago Monteiro 'almost ready' for World Touring Car Cup comeback
Recovering World Touring Car Cup driver Tiago Monteiro says he feels "almost ready" to return to racing for the first time since a testing crash at Barcelona last September
​La AS Roma ha confirmado el fichaje de la joven promesa holandesa, Justin Kluivert. Tiene 19 años y se formó en el Ajax de Amsterdam, uno de los planteles más laureados a nivel europeo. De esta manera, comienza una nueva aventura en la capital de Italia, Roma. El equipo dirigido por Eusebio Di Francesco, que el pasado curso llegó hasta semifinales de la UEFA Champions League, dejando por el camino a escuadras como el FC Barcelona.. etc. Fue eliminado por el Liverpool que sufrió de lo lindo...
OFICIAL | La AS Roma incorpora a Justin Kluivert
​La AS Roma ha confirmado el fichaje de la joven promesa holandesa, Justin Kluivert. Tiene 19 años y se formó en el Ajax de Amsterdam, uno de los planteles más laureados a nivel europeo. De esta manera, comienza una nueva aventura en la capital de Italia, Roma. El equipo dirigido por Eusebio Di Francesco, que el pasado curso llegó hasta semifinales de la UEFA Champions League, dejando por el camino a escuadras como el FC Barcelona.. etc. Fue eliminado por el Liverpool que sufrió de lo lindo...
Andres Iniesta disebut tidak puas dengan kebijakan transfer Barcelona di bawah kepemimpinan Jose Mario Bartomeu.
Alasan Andres Iniesta Tinggalkan Barcelona
Andres Iniesta disebut tidak puas dengan kebijakan transfer Barcelona di bawah kepemimpinan Jose Mario Bartomeu.
​Cada vez menos para que se acabe el Mundial del fútbol y las noticias ya llueven desde España sobre el FC Barcelona. En las próximas semanas se vienen salidas y llegadas de algunos jugadores en el equipo blaugrana pero desde ya los pesos pesados no quiere que la directiva comenta más errores. El portal ​Don Balón informa que Josep Maria Bartomeu estaría analizando varias ofertas que ha recibido de Denis Suárez para que el jugador tenga mas minutos, pero el vestuario no lo quiere así. Ven en...
MERCADO | El jugador que Leo Messi no quiere que se vaya
​Cada vez menos para que se acabe el Mundial del fútbol y las noticias ya llueven desde España sobre el FC Barcelona. En las próximas semanas se vienen salidas y llegadas de algunos jugadores en el equipo blaugrana pero desde ya los pesos pesados no quiere que la directiva comenta más errores. El portal ​Don Balón informa que Josep Maria Bartomeu estaría analizando varias ofertas que ha recibido de Denis Suárez para que el jugador tenga mas minutos, pero el vestuario no lo quiere así. Ven en...
​Cada vez menos para que se acabe el Mundial del fútbol y las noticias ya llueven desde España sobre el FC Barcelona. En las próximas semanas se vienen salidas y llegadas de algunos jugadores en el equipo blaugrana pero desde ya los pesos pesados no quiere que la directiva comenta más errores. El portal ​Don Balón informa que Josep Maria Bartomeu estaría analizando varias ofertas que ha recibido de Denis Suárez para que el jugador tenga mas minutos, pero el vestuario no lo quiere así. Ven en...
MERCADO | El jugador que Leo Messi no quiere que se vaya
​Cada vez menos para que se acabe el Mundial del fútbol y las noticias ya llueven desde España sobre el FC Barcelona. En las próximas semanas se vienen salidas y llegadas de algunos jugadores en el equipo blaugrana pero desde ya los pesos pesados no quiere que la directiva comenta más errores. El portal ​Don Balón informa que Josep Maria Bartomeu estaría analizando varias ofertas que ha recibido de Denis Suárez para que el jugador tenga mas minutos, pero el vestuario no lo quiere así. Ven en...
Nama Lenglet mulai dihubungkan dengan Barcelona sejak awal tahun lalu.
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Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' driven by Emma Kimilainen of Finland during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A handout photo made available by Global Newsrom on 23 June 2018 shows Emma Kimilainen of Finland posing next to a Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A handout photo made available by Global Newsrom on 23 June 2018 shows Emma Kimilainen of Finland posing next to a Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Montmelo (Spain), 21/06/2018.- A handout photo made available by Global Newsrom on 23 June 2018 shows Emma Kimilainen of Finland posing next to a Tesla P100D of the Swedish-Spanish team 'SPV Racing' during the first test at the Circuit de Catalunya in Montmelo near Barcelona, Spain 21 June 2018. The 800 horsepower electric car accelerates from 0 to 100 kmh in 2,0 seconds and will race in the upcoming FIA Electric Production Car Series (EPCS). (España, Finlandia) EFE/EPA/Stefan Aufschnaiter / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Guide to the best World Cup free bets and offers What is it? The second round of matches is underway as Germany take on Sweden in Group F. The much-fancied Germans were stunned in their opening game, going down 1-0 to Mexico, so a win against the Swedes is vital if they are to qualify from the group stages. Sweden got their campaign up and running with a 1-0 win over South Korea. And a win for Janne Andersson's side could see reigning world champions Germany exit the World Cup after the first round for the first time in 80 years. When is it? It's today, so Saturday, June 23. What time is kick-off? 7pm UK time. What TV channel is it on? ITV 1. Alternatively, you can follow the match live with us on Telegraph Sport. Where is the game being played? Fisht Stadium, Sochi. World Cup 2018 stadium: Fisht Stadium What is the team news? There's been significant debate about the role of Marco Reus and whether he should be starting for Germany. Reus came on in the 60th minute against Mexico and Germany's attack was notably better once he got involved. But Reus has suffered significant injuries the past few seasons, none bigger than a knee injury that caused him to miss more than half of last season with Dortmund. "I really have no say in this. All I can do is make is as hard as possible for them to do without me," Reus said. "I try and give my all in training, offer myself and do hope of course I'll be picked in order to help Germany get out of the group." World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game The squads in full: Germany Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich), Marc-Andre ter Stegen (Barcelona), Kevin Trapp (Paris St Germain). Defenders: Jerome Boateng (Bayern Munich), Matthias Ginter (Borussia Moenchengladbach), Jonas Hector (Cologne), Mats Hummels (Bayern Munich), Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich), Marvin Plattenhardt (Hertha Berlin), Antonio Ruediger (Chelsea), Niklas Suele (Bayern Munich). Midfielders: Julian Brandt (Bayer Leverkusen), Julian Draxler (Paris St Germain), Leon Goretzka (Schalke 04), Ilkay Gundogan (Manchester City), Sami Khedira (Juventus), Toni Kroos (Real Madrid), Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund), Sebastian Rudy (Bayern Munich), Mesut Ozil (Arsenal). Forwards: Mario Gomez (VfB Stuttgart), Thomas Mueller (Bayern Munich), Timo Werner (RB Leipzig). ----- Sweden Robin Olsen, Karl-Johan Johnsson, Kristoffer Nordfeldt, Mikael Lustig, Victor Lindelof, Andreas Granqvist, Martin Olsson, Ludwig Augustinsson, Filip Helander, Emil Krafth, Pontus Jansson, Sebastian Larsson, Albin Ekdal, Emil Forsberg, Gustav Svensson, Oscar Hiljemark, Viktor Claesson, Marcus Rohden, Jimmy Durmaz, Marcus Berg, John Guidetti, Ola Toivonen, Isaac Kiese Thelin. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What's the latest news? Sweden's World Cup clash with Germany in Sochi on Saturday will carry extra sporting spice for their defender Martin Olsson because his sister is married to top German basketball player Dirk Nowitzki. As soon as the draw was made the full-back's phone started buzzing with messages from his brother-in-law, who plays for the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA on the other side of the Atlantic. "He's a big football fan, so there's a lot of football talk in the family," Olsson said. "We have a family chat on WhatsApp so there's been a good bit of banter. He probably wants Germany to win but it hasn't got serious yet, before the game starts it probably will." Sweden outlasted Holland to advance in World Cup qualifying. When the Swedes got to the European play-off round and a chance to reach Russia, they methodically eliminated past champion Italy over two games. At this point, why not knock out another high-profile team - and the pre-tournament favourites at that? If that were to happen, it would be the second consecutive World Cup where the defending champion have been knocked out of contention before the knockout stage. test - do not delete "We need to dare to do even more," Sweden coach Janne Andersson said after beating South Korea 1-0 in its opener. Beating Germany would certainly throw even more chaos into an already unpredictable World Cup. Sweden will find a wounded Germany line-up trying to rebound from a 1-0 loss to Mexico in the opener where they were thoroughly outplayed. It was the first time since 1982 that a German team lost its opening match at the World Cup. And immediately questions followed about the state of the squad. What stood out in the loss to Mexico was Germany's susceptibility to the counter attack and the number of scoring opportunities allowed. "Against Sweden it will be a different set-up. Sweden has different strengths and weaknesses compared to Mexico," Thomas Mueller said. "I don't expect them to be as fantastically gifted when it comes to transitions as the Mexicans, but having said that they have some players that can hurt us on the offensive." test - do not delete What are the odds? Germany to win - 4/9 Draw - 7/2 Sweden to win - 8/1 What's our prediction? Germany and Sweden haven't met since qualifying for the 2014 World Cup when they were in the same group. The teams played out a 4-4 draw in Berlin, before Germany earned a 5-3 win in Sweden on Oct 15, 2013. Another goalfest would be just what this tournament needs. Prediction: Germany 3 Sweden 2 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
World Cup 2018, Germany vs Sweden: What time is kick-off today, what TV channel is it on and what is our prediction?
Guide to the best World Cup free bets and offers What is it? The second round of matches is underway as Germany take on Sweden in Group F. The much-fancied Germans were stunned in their opening game, going down 1-0 to Mexico, so a win against the Swedes is vital if they are to qualify from the group stages. Sweden got their campaign up and running with a 1-0 win over South Korea. And a win for Janne Andersson's side could see reigning world champions Germany exit the World Cup after the first round for the first time in 80 years. When is it? It's today, so Saturday, June 23. What time is kick-off? 7pm UK time. What TV channel is it on? ITV 1. Alternatively, you can follow the match live with us on Telegraph Sport. Where is the game being played? Fisht Stadium, Sochi. World Cup 2018 stadium: Fisht Stadium What is the team news? There's been significant debate about the role of Marco Reus and whether he should be starting for Germany. Reus came on in the 60th minute against Mexico and Germany's attack was notably better once he got involved. But Reus has suffered significant injuries the past few seasons, none bigger than a knee injury that caused him to miss more than half of last season with Dortmund. "I really have no say in this. All I can do is make is as hard as possible for them to do without me," Reus said. "I try and give my all in training, offer myself and do hope of course I'll be picked in order to help Germany get out of the group." World Cup 2018 Simulator Single Game The squads in full: Germany Goalkeepers: Manuel Neuer (Bayern Munich), Marc-Andre ter Stegen (Barcelona), Kevin Trapp (Paris St Germain). Defenders: Jerome Boateng (Bayern Munich), Matthias Ginter (Borussia Moenchengladbach), Jonas Hector (Cologne), Mats Hummels (Bayern Munich), Joshua Kimmich (Bayern Munich), Marvin Plattenhardt (Hertha Berlin), Antonio Ruediger (Chelsea), Niklas Suele (Bayern Munich). Midfielders: Julian Brandt (Bayer Leverkusen), Julian Draxler (Paris St Germain), Leon Goretzka (Schalke 04), Ilkay Gundogan (Manchester City), Sami Khedira (Juventus), Toni Kroos (Real Madrid), Marco Reus (Borussia Dortmund), Sebastian Rudy (Bayern Munich), Mesut Ozil (Arsenal). Forwards: Mario Gomez (VfB Stuttgart), Thomas Mueller (Bayern Munich), Timo Werner (RB Leipzig). ----- Sweden Robin Olsen, Karl-Johan Johnsson, Kristoffer Nordfeldt, Mikael Lustig, Victor Lindelof, Andreas Granqvist, Martin Olsson, Ludwig Augustinsson, Filip Helander, Emil Krafth, Pontus Jansson, Sebastian Larsson, Albin Ekdal, Emil Forsberg, Gustav Svensson, Oscar Hiljemark, Viktor Claesson, Marcus Rohden, Jimmy Durmaz, Marcus Berg, John Guidetti, Ola Toivonen, Isaac Kiese Thelin. World Cup 2018 | Fixtures, groups, squads and more What's the latest news? Sweden's World Cup clash with Germany in Sochi on Saturday will carry extra sporting spice for their defender Martin Olsson because his sister is married to top German basketball player Dirk Nowitzki. As soon as the draw was made the full-back's phone started buzzing with messages from his brother-in-law, who plays for the Dallas Mavericks in the NBA on the other side of the Atlantic. "He's a big football fan, so there's a lot of football talk in the family," Olsson said. "We have a family chat on WhatsApp so there's been a good bit of banter. He probably wants Germany to win but it hasn't got serious yet, before the game starts it probably will." Sweden outlasted Holland to advance in World Cup qualifying. When the Swedes got to the European play-off round and a chance to reach Russia, they methodically eliminated past champion Italy over two games. At this point, why not knock out another high-profile team - and the pre-tournament favourites at that? If that were to happen, it would be the second consecutive World Cup where the defending champion have been knocked out of contention before the knockout stage. test - do not delete "We need to dare to do even more," Sweden coach Janne Andersson said after beating South Korea 1-0 in its opener. Beating Germany would certainly throw even more chaos into an already unpredictable World Cup. Sweden will find a wounded Germany line-up trying to rebound from a 1-0 loss to Mexico in the opener where they were thoroughly outplayed. It was the first time since 1982 that a German team lost its opening match at the World Cup. And immediately questions followed about the state of the squad. What stood out in the loss to Mexico was Germany's susceptibility to the counter attack and the number of scoring opportunities allowed. "Against Sweden it will be a different set-up. Sweden has different strengths and weaknesses compared to Mexico," Thomas Mueller said. "I don't expect them to be as fantastically gifted when it comes to transitions as the Mexicans, but having said that they have some players that can hurt us on the offensive." test - do not delete What are the odds? Germany to win - 4/9 Draw - 7/2 Sweden to win - 8/1 What's our prediction? Germany and Sweden haven't met since qualifying for the 2014 World Cup when they were in the same group. The teams played out a 4-4 draw in Berlin, before Germany earned a 5-3 win in Sweden on Oct 15, 2013. Another goalfest would be just what this tournament needs. Prediction: Germany 3 Sweden 2 WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article
​Luego del partido donde el Tricolor venció a Alemania con gol de Hirving Lozano, varios equipos del Viejo Continente se han interesado en los servicios del mexicano. Uno de ellos es el ​Barcelona, y el papá del 'Muñeco Diabólico' habló del interés del conjunto catalán. ¡No te olvides de seguirnos también en nuestra cuenta de Instagram, @90min_es! Fue en entrevista donde el señor Jesús reveló que ya hubo acercamiento con los directivos del cuadro español. Mencionó que, a pesar del interés que...
¿NUEVO FICHAJE? | El padre del "Chucky" Lozano admite contactos con el Barça
​Luego del partido donde el Tricolor venció a Alemania con gol de Hirving Lozano, varios equipos del Viejo Continente se han interesado en los servicios del mexicano. Uno de ellos es el ​Barcelona, y el papá del 'Muñeco Diabólico' habló del interés del conjunto catalán. ¡No te olvides de seguirnos también en nuestra cuenta de Instagram, @90min_es! Fue en entrevista donde el señor Jesús reveló que ya hubo acercamiento con los directivos del cuadro español. Mencionó que, a pesar del interés que...
​Luego del partido donde el Tricolor venció a Alemania con gol de Hirving Lozano, varios equipos del Viejo Continente se han interesado en los servicios del mexicano. Uno de ellos es el ​Barcelona, y el papá del 'Muñeco Diabólico' habló del interés del conjunto catalán. ¡No te olvides de seguirnos también en nuestra cuenta de Instagram, @90min_es! Fue en entrevista donde el señor Jesús reveló que ya hubo acercamiento con los directivos del cuadro español. Mencionó que, a pesar del interés que...
¿NUEVO FICHAJE? | El padre del "Chucky" Lozano admite contactos con el Barça
​Luego del partido donde el Tricolor venció a Alemania con gol de Hirving Lozano, varios equipos del Viejo Continente se han interesado en los servicios del mexicano. Uno de ellos es el ​Barcelona, y el papá del 'Muñeco Diabólico' habló del interés del conjunto catalán. ¡No te olvides de seguirnos también en nuestra cuenta de Instagram, @90min_es! Fue en entrevista donde el señor Jesús reveló que ya hubo acercamiento con los directivos del cuadro español. Mencionó que, a pesar del interés que...
El debut de México en la Copa del Mundo dio toda la vuelta al mundo por su brillante actuación contra Alemania, actual monarca de la competición. Ante esto, clubes europeos han pronunciado su interés por hacerse de los servicios de los mexicanos que han destacado en la justa, entre ellos, Hirving Lozano y Héctor Moreno. Medios españoles han confirmado que el Atlético de Madrid busca a Moreno, que actualmente es elemento de la Real Sociedad. Con 30 años, el canterano de Universidad Nacional...
Atlético de Madrid y Barcelona, interesados en un crack mundialista
El debut de México en la Copa del Mundo dio toda la vuelta al mundo por su brillante actuación contra Alemania, actual monarca de la competición. Ante esto, clubes europeos han pronunciado su interés por hacerse de los servicios de los mexicanos que han destacado en la justa, entre ellos, Hirving Lozano y Héctor Moreno. Medios españoles han confirmado que el Atlético de Madrid busca a Moreno, que actualmente es elemento de la Real Sociedad. Con 30 años, el canterano de Universidad Nacional...
El debut de México en la Copa del Mundo dio toda la vuelta al mundo por su brillante actuación contra Alemania, actual monarca de la competición. Ante esto, clubes europeos han pronunciado su interés por hacerse de los servicios de los mexicanos que han destacado en la justa, entre ellos, Hirving Lozano y Héctor Moreno. Medios españoles han confirmado que el Atlético de Madrid busca a Moreno, que actualmente es elemento de la Real Sociedad. Con 30 años, el canterano de Universidad Nacional...
Atlético de Madrid y Barcelona, interesados en un crack mundialista
El debut de México en la Copa del Mundo dio toda la vuelta al mundo por su brillante actuación contra Alemania, actual monarca de la competición. Ante esto, clubes europeos han pronunciado su interés por hacerse de los servicios de los mexicanos que han destacado en la justa, entre ellos, Hirving Lozano y Héctor Moreno. Medios españoles han confirmado que el Atlético de Madrid busca a Moreno, que actualmente es elemento de la Real Sociedad. Con 30 años, el canterano de Universidad Nacional...
The former Barcelona star believes the Portugal star's leadership abilities give him the edge over over the Argentine
Petit: Messi is not a leader like Ronaldo
The former Barcelona star believes the Portugal star's leadership abilities give him the edge over over the Argentine
GRAF5881. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" celebra su victoria en el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo tras derrotar por ko técnico al púgil francés Anthony Settoul, en la velada celebrada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5881. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" celebra su victoria en el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo tras derrotar por ko técnico al púgil francés Anthony Settoul, en la velada celebrada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5881. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" celebra su victoria en el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo tras derrotar por ko técnico al púgil francés Anthony Settoul, en la velada celebrada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5881. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" celebra su victoria en el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo tras derrotar por ko técnico al púgil francés Anthony Settoul, en la velada celebrada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5881. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" celebra su victoria en el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo tras derrotar por ko técnico al púgil francés Anthony Settoul, en la velada celebrada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5881. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" celebra su victoria en el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo tras derrotar por ko técnico al púgil francés Anthony Settoul, en la velada celebrada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5881. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" celebra su victoria en el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo tras derrotar por ko técnico al púgil francés Anthony Settoul, en la velada celebrada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5881. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" celebra su victoria en el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo tras derrotar por ko técnico al púgil francés Anthony Settoul, en la velada celebrada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5881. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" celebra su victoria en el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo tras derrotar por ko técnico al púgil francés Anthony Settoul, en la velada celebrada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5883. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El púgil francés Anthony Settoul (d), levanta al hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe", tras perder por ko técnico en el primer asalto por el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo, durante la velada disputada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5883. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El púgil francés Anthony Settoul (d), levanta al hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe", tras perder por ko técnico en el primer asalto por el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo, durante la velada disputada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5883. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El púgil francés Anthony Settoul (d), levanta al hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe", tras perder por ko técnico en el primer asalto por el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo, durante la velada disputada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
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GRAF5881. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" celebra su victoria en el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo tras derrotar por ko técnico al púgil francés Anthony Settoul, en la velada celebrada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5881. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" celebra su victoria en el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo tras derrotar por ko técnico al púgil francés Anthony Settoul, en la velada celebrada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5881. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" celebra su victoria en el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo tras derrotar por ko técnico al púgil francés Anthony Settoul, en la velada celebrada esta noche en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5880. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" (I) y el francés Anthony Settoul, en un momento del combate por el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo que se ha disputado en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5880. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" (I) y el francés Anthony Settoul, en un momento del combate por el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo que se ha disputado en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5880. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" (I) y el francés Anthony Settoul, en un momento del combate por el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo que se ha disputado en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5879. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El púgil francés Anthony Settoul en la lona durante el combate por el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo que le ha enfrentado al hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe", en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5879. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El púgil francés Anthony Settoul en la lona durante el combate por el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo que le ha enfrentado al hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe", en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5879. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El púgil francés Anthony Settoul en la lona durante el combate por el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo que le ha enfrentado al hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe", en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5878. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" (I) y el francés Anthony Settoul, en un momento del combate por el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo que se ha disputado en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5878. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" (I) y el francés Anthony Settoul, en un momento del combate por el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo que se ha disputado en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
GRAF5878. BARCELONA, 22/6/2018. El hispano-dominicano, Abigail Medina "Bebe" (I) y el francés Anthony Settoul, en un momento del combate por el Campeonato de Europa del peso Supergallo que se ha disputado en el Pabellón Olímpico de la Vall d´Hebron de Barcelona. EFE/ Enric Fontcuberta.
Former Barcelona star Emmanuel Petit believes Cristiano Ronaldo's leadership abilities give him the edge over Lionel Messi.
Messi is not a leader, he is no Ronaldo, claims Petit
Former Barcelona star Emmanuel Petit believes Cristiano Ronaldo's leadership abilities give him the edge over Lionel Messi.
O meio-campista croata fez um dos gols na vitória por 3 a 0 de seu país sobre os argentinos
Rakitic garante: Messi é tão importante na Argentina quanto no Barcelona
O meio-campista croata fez um dos gols na vitória por 3 a 0 de seu país sobre os argentinos
O meio-campista croata fez um dos gols na vitória por 3 a 0 de seu país sobre os argentinos
Rakitic garante: Messi é tão importante na Argentina quanto no Barcelona
O meio-campista croata fez um dos gols na vitória por 3 a 0 de seu país sobre os argentinos
O meio-campista croata fez um dos gols na vitória por 3 a 0 de seu país sobre os argentinos
Rakitic garante: Messi é tão importante na Argentina quanto no Barcelona
O meio-campista croata fez um dos gols na vitória por 3 a 0 de seu país sobre os argentinos
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la exministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la exministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la exministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la ex ministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la ex ministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la ex ministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la exministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la exministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la exministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la exministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la exministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la exministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la exministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la exministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la exministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la ex ministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la ex ministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
La secretaria general del PP y candidata a presidir el partido, María Dolores de Cospedal, acompañada de la ex ministra Dolors Montserrat, protagonizó este mediodía un acto de campaña con afiliados y simpatizantes en la sede del PP en Barcelona. EFE
The former Barcelona star believes the Portugal star's leadership abilities give him the edge over over the Argentine
Petit: Messi is not a leader like Ronaldo
The former Barcelona star believes the Portugal star's leadership abilities give him the edge over over the Argentine
Former Arsenal, Barcelona and West Ham United midfielder Alex Song is still owed £7.9million by one of Russia’s World Cup hosts Rubin Kazan. Telegraph Sport revealed last December that Rubin - whose stadium is is staging World Cup group games and a last-16 and quarter-final match - had not paid their players for four months. Song was one of a number of players whose contract was terminated for non-payment by Fifa and the world’s governing body are also threatening Rubin with footballing sanctions, including future expulsion from European competition. But, having turned down a settlement offer of £2.2m, Song has now not been paid for 10 months and is yet to have his old contract, which is worth £7.9m, paid up. Song is a free agent under Fifa rules and is training on his own in his home country of Cameroon. The 30-year-old already has offers from clubs to join during the summer, but is concerned that Rubin are yet to pay him any of the money owed. Russia World Cup in pictures: Best photos of teams, games and players Rubin were hit by a financial crisis, although Song is now one of the few remaining players, who have been released from their contracts, not to be paid. Rubin is owned by the Tatar-American Investments and Finance company, TAIF, and president Radik Shaimiev is listed as being the 88th richest man in Russia. Chairman of the board of guardians is Rustam Minnikhanov, who is the president of Tartarstan and is an ally of Russian president Vladimir Putin. Sporting director of Rubin is Rustem Saymanov, who was arrested and spent time in prison in connection with murder. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article The plight of Rubin and their battle with Fifia is a source of embarrassment for Russia, who are currently trying to show the world that they are a thriving country in terms of sport, tourism and business. Rubin shot to worldwide fame by beating Barcelona in the Champions League in 2009, but could only finish this season in 10th place in the Russia’s top division.
Alex Song still owed £7.9m from Russian club hosting World Cup 2018 quarter-final
Former Arsenal, Barcelona and West Ham United midfielder Alex Song is still owed £7.9million by one of Russia’s World Cup hosts Rubin Kazan. Telegraph Sport revealed last December that Rubin - whose stadium is is staging World Cup group games and a last-16 and quarter-final match - had not paid their players for four months. Song was one of a number of players whose contract was terminated for non-payment by Fifa and the world’s governing body are also threatening Rubin with footballing sanctions, including future expulsion from European competition. But, having turned down a settlement offer of £2.2m, Song has now not been paid for 10 months and is yet to have his old contract, which is worth £7.9m, paid up. Song is a free agent under Fifa rules and is training on his own in his home country of Cameroon. The 30-year-old already has offers from clubs to join during the summer, but is concerned that Rubin are yet to pay him any of the money owed. Russia World Cup in pictures: Best photos of teams, games and players Rubin were hit by a financial crisis, although Song is now one of the few remaining players, who have been released from their contracts, not to be paid. Rubin is owned by the Tatar-American Investments and Finance company, TAIF, and president Radik Shaimiev is listed as being the 88th richest man in Russia. Chairman of the board of guardians is Rustam Minnikhanov, who is the president of Tartarstan and is an ally of Russian president Vladimir Putin. Sporting director of Rubin is Rustem Saymanov, who was arrested and spent time in prison in connection with murder. WorldCup - newsletter promo - end of article The plight of Rubin and their battle with Fifia is a source of embarrassment for Russia, who are currently trying to show the world that they are a thriving country in terms of sport, tourism and business. Rubin shot to worldwide fame by beating Barcelona in the Champions League in 2009, but could only finish this season in 10th place in the Russia’s top division.
O atacante do Barça espera uma renovação de contrato, e deixa claro "eu não me vejo fora"
Jordi Alba: "ficaria toda a minha vida no Barcelona, mas decisão é do clube"
O atacante do Barça espera uma renovação de contrato, e deixa claro "eu não me vejo fora"
Tras el fracaso de Griezmann, el ​FC Barcelona ha intensificado su trabajo para asegurarse ahora la llegada de un centrocampista 'top' para la temporada que viene. Es por esto que todas las miradas se han centrado en uno de los candidatos, Miralem Pjanic, que ha sido 'cazado' en la ciudad Condal, lo que ha hecho saltar todas las alarmas sobre un posible inminente traspaso. ​Y es que, tal y como ha revelado el diario Sport, Pjanic fue visto en el aeropuerto de El Prat de Barcelona junto a su...
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Tras el fracaso de Griezmann, el ​FC Barcelona ha intensificado su trabajo para asegurarse ahora la llegada de un centrocampista 'top' para la temporada que viene. Es por esto que todas las miradas se han centrado en uno de los candidatos, Miralem Pjanic, que ha sido 'cazado' en la ciudad Condal, lo que ha hecho saltar todas las alarmas sobre un posible inminente traspaso. ​Y es que, tal y como ha revelado el diario Sport, Pjanic fue visto en el aeropuerto de El Prat de Barcelona junto a su...

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