(F16) World Cup - Group Stage RESULTS

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  1. RedAL925

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    Please post match results here

    GROUP MATCHDAY 1
    Switzerland Mexico
    Russia Portugal

    Spain Ivory Coast
    Uruguay Romania

    Egypt Greece
    Austria Peru

    Czech Republic England
    Cameroon Chile

    GROUP MATCHDAY 2
    Switzerland Russia
    Mexico Portugal

    Spain Uruguay
    Ivory Coast Romania

    Egypt Austria
    Greece Peru

    Czech Republic Cameroon
    England Chile

    GROUP MATCHDAY 3
    Portugal Switzerland
    Mexico Russia

    Romania Spain
    Ivory Coast Uruguay

    Peru Egypt
    Greece Austria

    Chile Czech Republic
    England Cameroon
     
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    Chile surprises with 2-0 win for 3 pts in Group D

    England match looms next....

    Clean Sheet - Brava
    MoTM - Oreallana
    Assist - Vargas

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    England – Chile
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    4 Goals 2
    13 Shots 5
    11 Shots On Target 4
    48% Possession 52%
    8 Tackles 21
    1 Fouls 0
    0 Yellow Cards 0
    0 Red Cards 0
    1 Offsides 0
    3 Corners 1
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    :goal: E. Dier 3':assist:R. Sterling
    :goal: E. Vargas 17' :assist:F. Orellana
    :goal: D. Sturridge 24':assist:R. Sterling
    :goal: E. Vargas 39'
    :goal: H. Kane 76':assist:W. Rooney
    :goal: D. Sturridge 86':assist:A. Lallana
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    Man of the Match
    R. Sterling (9.5)​
     
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    Thanks for streaming it so we could watch. :doodie:
     
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    Game was streamed, I will upload the stream for you ;)
     
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    redwings8831 No need to be rude mate.

    1st Half:


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    Matchday 1:

    Egypt 2 - 0 Greece
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    12 Shots 2
    8 SOT 0
    43% Possession 57%
    26 Tackles 15
    73% Passing 80%

    :goal:Egypt: M. Salah (27') :assist: M. Elneny
    :goal:Egypt: M. Salah (43') :assist: M. Elneny
    CS: A. El Shennawy
    :trophy:M. Elneny


    Salah Stars in Opening Day Win
    Egypt came into this game off the back of two positive friendly results; a 2-2 draw against World Cup favorites Ivory Coast and a 3-1 win over Portugal with Salah bagging all 5 goals. Today was more of the same as Salah continues to prove that this truly is a one man team as he tries to carry his national team back to the semifinals as he had done in the previous WC.

    Today's opponents made it tough for Salah as they always do, as their defense held him in check for most of the game; however Salah was able to score his only 2 real chances of the match and that was what separated the two nations. Egypt's 5-3-2 worked well in this game, as Elmohammady continues to gel with his two other center back partners, while Arsenal's Elneny pulled the strings from his CDM position, supplying both assists today. The manager, rather shockingly, decided to keep Hossam Ghaly out of the starting lineup and instead had both Saleh Gomaa and Stoke City's Ramadan Sobhi flanking Elneny in the middle, as legs were needed in order to match combat Greece's numerical superiority in midfield. Look for this lineup to continue as the solidity in the back is something the manager has often desired but never quite found; and as long as the back 8 can do their job defensively odds are that Mohamed Salah will eventually find his way through any defense.

    Egypt's starting 11 (5-3-2):

    A. El Shennawy
    H. Emam - A. Elmohamady - A. Ghazal - A. Duedar - M. Abdel Shafy
    R. Sobhi - M. El Neny - S. Gomaa
    M. Salah - A. Hassan

    Subs:

    W. Soliman :assist: A. Hassan (80')
    O. Gaber :assist: S. Gomaa (80')
    H. Ghaly :assist: R. Sobhi (80')
     
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    England – Cameroon
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    4 Goals 0
    9 Shots 2
    5 Shots On Target 1
    55% Possession 45%
    27 Tackles 17
    0 Fouls 1
    0 Yellow Cards 0
    0 Red Cards 0
    0 Offsides 1
    1 Corners 0
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    Clean Sheet: J. Hart
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    :goal: R. Sterling 23':assist:W. Rooney
    :goal: E. Dier 45' :assist:R. Sterling
    :goal: R. Sterling 49':assist:D. Ross
    :goal: W. Rooney 72':assist:J. Henderson
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    Man of the Match
    R. Sterling (9.8)​
     
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    Egypt 2 - 4 Austria
    16 (8) Shots 11 (5)
    44% Possession 56%
    32 Tackles 13
    6 Fouls 3
    75% Passing 77%

    :goal: M. Salah (penalty) 3'
    :yellowcard: A. Duiedar 23'
    :goal: D. Alaba (penalty) 24'
    :yellowcard: M. Arnautovic 30'
    :goal: M. Harnik (D. Alaba) 40'
    :goal: M. Janko (F. Klein) 61'
    :goal: A. Ivanschitz (J. Baumgartlinger) 72'

    :yellowcard: M. Elneny 74'
    :goal: W. Soliman (H. Emam) 83'
    MOTM: R. Özcan 8.0
     
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    Spain – Ivory Coast

    2 Goals 2
    3 Shots 11
    3 Shots On Target 4
    54% Possession 45%
    14 Tackles 14
    1 Fouls 1
    0 Yellow Cards 0
    0 Red Cards 0
    1 Corners 4

    :goal:D. Costa 17':assist:A. Iniesta
    :goal:S. Doumbia 45' :assist:D. Drogba
    :goal:C. Tiote 38':assist:M. Gradel
    :goal:Pedro 76':assist:S. Busquets

    MotM: C. Tiote
    Pedro finished off a slashing run from the wing with just under 15 minutes to play to equalize and give Spain a point against Ivory Coast in both squads' TSL World Cup opener.

    Diego Costa opened the scoring collecting a chain of quick-touch passes near the box and holding off two defenders to finish far post. But from there Ivory Coast would take firm control.

    Seydou Doumbia equalized minutes later. The Ivorians moved the ball quickly and were elusive off the dribble. The Spanish defense collapsed on Didier Drogba, and the forward dumped the ball off to an open Doumbia for the goal. Chiek Tiote added a second on a long-range drive in the 38th minute.

    Drogba also had a goal ruled out for offsides.

    The second half was more cagey, with the Spanish slowing down the pace and trying to cut down on mistakes. The patience paid off in the 76th minute when Pedro burst free on a counter-attack, cut inside and beat the Ivory Coast defense high to the near post.

    Ivory Coast had a gilt-edged chance late when Gerard Pique was called for a foul just outside the penalty area. The free kick caught a little piece of the wall and blazed over the goal. Spanish keeper David De Gea was also forced to make a good save to prevent an own goal late.



     
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    Switzerland 1-2 Mexico

    16 Shots 8
    11 SOT 6
    61 Poss 39
    14 Tackles 15
    1 Fouls 3
    0 YC 1
    0 Offsides 1
    6 Corners 2

    21' P. Schwegler
    23' G. dos Santos (J. Hernandez)
    38' J. Hernandez (C. Vela)
    90' J. Corona (YC)

    MOTM: G. Ochoa - 9.8
     
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    Austria 2 - 0 Peru
    14 (11) Shots 6 (4)
    52% Possession 48%
    15 Tackles 17
    3 Fouls 8
    79% Passing 66%

    :yellowcard: C. Ascues 15'
    :goal: Z. Junuzovic (M. Janko) 19'
    :yellowcard: C. Zambrano 35'
    :yellowcard: M. Janko 39'
    :yellowcard: P. Hurtado 42'
    :yellowcard: C. Pizarro 75'
    :goal: D. Alaba (unassisted) 78'
    :yellowcard: M. Harnik 83'
    MOTM: P. Gallese 9.5

    :redcard: P. Hurtado 58' (Editor's note: would not count this card if that's allowed. Occurred while trying to give ball back via sportsmanship rules)
     
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    Group A Matchday 1

    (UcanHateMeNow) [​IMG] Russia 0-2 Portugal [​IMG] (Broncos218)

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    Match Facts
    0 Goals 2
    18
    Shots 6
    10
    SOT 3
    51%
    Possession 49%
    19
    Tackles 13
    5
    Fouls 0
    0
    :yellowcard: 0
    0
    :redcard: 0
    1
    Offsides 0
    5
    Corners 5
    73%
    Pass Accuracy 70%

    Russia:
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    Portugal:
    :goal: C. Ronaldo (38') :assist:F. Coentrao
    :goal: C. Ronaldo (74')
    CS: R. Patricio

    MOTM: R. Patricio - Portugal (9.6)​

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    Patricio, Ronaldo Dazzle For Portuguese Victory
    Portugal came into today's match looking to get off to a strong start in the group, and a 2-goal victory is more than they could have asked for. Ronaldo looked like the best player in the world with his acrobatic goal from a corner and deep free kick curler, while Rui Patricio was a brick wall in net. "Outstanding performances from both of those guys," said Coach Bronc. "We wouldn't have earned the win without their play today." But despite the 2-0 win, the Portuguese manager was far from satisfied. "It's hard to gripe too much after winning by two goals, but I don't believe we ever really felt in control of the match. Russia seemed to be dominating the tempo, and it forced us to make changes to try and swing things our way." Russia led the match in shots and possession, but they simply could not slip one past Patricio. "We will evaluate the tape and make any necessary changes before our next match," Coach Bronc contuned. That next match may require the same type of performance from Patricio, as the Mexicans have been scoring goals at will this cycle.

    gg UcanHateMeNow

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    Switzerland 3 - 0 Russia
    8 - Shots - 10
    4 - OT - 5
    54% - Poss - 46%
    21 - Tackles - 16
    1 - Fouls - 0
    0 - Cards - 0
    1 - Corners - 3
    73% - Passing - 74%

    Match Events:

    :goal: B. Embolo (6')
    :goal: X. Shaqiri (20') :assist: V. Stocker
    :goal: B. Embolo (45') :assist: V. Stocker


    CS: Y. Sommer
    MotM: R. Rodriguez
    Breel Embolo's first half brace lifted the Swiss side to their first win of group play, a 3-0 defeat of the Russians. The win puts Switzerland at 3 points in the group, tied with Portugal and Mexico. The Swiss' last match is against none other than Ronaldo and friends, a match that will no doubt have massive group implications on advancement into the knockout rounds of the World Cup.

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    Mexico 1-1 Portugal

    19 Shots 6
    11 SOT 2
    49 Poss 51
    1 Fouls 0
    1 YC 0
    1 Offsides 0
    7 Corners 1

    21' A. Gomes (Nani)
    79' C. Vela (J. Corona)
    82' P. Aguilar (YC)

    MOTM: R. Patricio - 9.6
     
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    Greece 2-1 Peru
    6 (5) Shots (SOT) 5 (3)
    54% Possession 46%
    13 Tackles 13
    6 Fouls 2
    3 Cards 0
    0 Offsides 0
    0 Corners 5
    75% Pass Acc. 65%

    Match Events:
    :yellowcard: K. Mitroglou (30')
    :yellowcard: I. Fetfatzidis (45')
    :goal: K. Mitroglou (69') :assist: N. Karelis

    :goal: A. Rodriguez (81' OG)
    :goal: C. Pizarro (88') :assist: J. Farfan
    :yellowcard: K. Fortounis (90')
    MotM: O. Karnezis

    Greece keep slim hopes of a knockout stage appearance alive with 2-1 win over Peru in Group C. It took the Greeks 69 minutes (nice) to get on the board, but Kostas Mitroglou made no mistake about his chance to put his nation in the lead. An own goal created by N. Karelis doubled the advantage before Peru were able to pull one back from a corner kick late in the match. J. Farfan had a golden opportunity for the equalizer but the Sokratis did just enough to send the shot wide.
     
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    Uruguay 0 - 2 Romania
    5 Shots 9
    0 SOT 6
    47 Poss 53
    15 Tackles 16
    NO CARDS

    :goal: G. Torje
    :goal: A. Maxim :assist: S. Radu

    MoTM: A. Maxim
    CS: C. Pantillimon


    The Romanians got the start the their World Cup they were looking for as they knocked off Uruguay 2-0.

    Gabriel Torje got the visitors on the board first as he was able to find the empty net after a long range effort from Razvan Rat found the post.

    Romania's two best players hooked up for goal number 2. Stefan Radu found Alexandru Maxim at the top of the 18 yard box and his curling effort beat the Uruguay keeper.

    Romania will battle group favorites Ivory Coast in matchday 2 as they look to take control of the group.
     
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    Ivory Coast 1 - 0 Romania
    12 (4) - Shots (OT) - 2 (1)
    53% - Possession - 47%
    15 - Tackles - 8
    0 - Fouls - 1
    0 - :yellowcard: - 1
    0 - :redcard: - 0
    2 - Corners - 3
    80% - Passing - 70%

    :yellowcard: 39' L. Sânmârtean
    :goal: 87' C. Tioté

    CS: B. Barry
    :trophy:: Y. Touré
     
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    Spain – Uruguay
    1 Goals 1
    2 Shots 5
    1 Shots On Target 4
    54% Possession 46%
    15 Tackles 21
    2 Fouls 2
    1 Yellow Cards 0
    0 Red Cards 0
    1 Corners 4
    76 Pass % 80

    :goal:C. Fabregas 17':assist:A. Iniesta
    :goal:L. Suarez 90' :assist:A. Pereira

    :yellowcard: Pedro

    MotM: J. Alba

    A Luis Suarez strike at the death split the points between Uruguay and Spain, 1-1, in a TSL World Cup Group B match.

    Cesc Fabregas put the Spaniards up after just four minutes, dribbling through the Uruguayan defense and rocketing a shot in off the cross bar and just across the goal line. A video review confirmed the goal -- but just barely.

    But after a shaky start, the South Americans found their form took the initiative.

    The Spanish defense was unyielding, but the Spanish offense looked like they forgot the game plan. The team was sloppy with passes, and held on to the ball too long on the dribble.

    Spain paid the price for their inability to generate a second goal. Luis Suarez found himself in space outside the Spanish box and hit a screamer to tie the game in the final seconds.

    The draw keeps all four teams alive in Group B play heading into Monday's final match.
     
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    Portugal 1 - 2 Switzerland
    3 - Shots - 7
    2 - OT - 6
    44% - Poss - 56%
    10 - Tackles - 6
    1 - Fouls - 2
    0 - Cards - 0
    1 - Corners - 2
    69% - Passing - 76%

    Match Events:

    :goal: D. Milićević (60')
    :goal: C. Ronaldo (65') :assist: J. Moutinho
    :goal: V. Stocker (82') :assist: S. Lichtsteiner

    MotM: S. Lichtsteiner
    The task was simple for the Swiss: Win or go home. The Swiss defense held Portugal to zero shots in the first half but only had three total of their own. It wasn't until the 60th minute when the Swiss found themselves on the board after Breel Embolo's shot ricocheted off Rui Patrício and back to Danijel Milićević, who buried his shot in the net for a 1-0 lead.

    The Swiss celebration was shortlived, though, as none other than Cristiano Ronaldo found the back of the net on a header off a corner. The Swiss fans sunk their heads as the match looked destined for another draw between the two managers.

    17 minutes later, Stephan Lichtsteiner made a crucial tackle on the wing and found Valentin Stocker open down the field. After a run right through the middle of the Portuguese defense, Stocker shot near post and found the back of the net for a 2-1 Swiss lead. The fireworks weren't over, though, as in the dying seconds of the match, Portugal earned a corner. Ronaldo attempted a scissor kick from 15 yards out, which goalkeeper Yann Sommer momentarily lost in the traffic. A last second diving save and a clearance ended the match, sending Switzerland into the knockout rounds.

    Great match Broncos218.
     
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    Peru 0 - 0 Egypt
    4 (2) Shots 19 (12)
    50% Possession 50%
    26 Tackles 48
    2 Fouls 0
    1 corner 9
    65% Passing 68%

    CS: P. Gallese and A. El Shenawy
    MOTM: P. Gallese 10
     
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    Greece 1 - 3 Austria
    8 (7) Shots 10 (7)
    44% Possession 56%
    15 Tackles 11
    4 Fouls 2
    74% Passing 78%

    :goal: D. Alaba (penalty) 18'
    :goal: M. Janko (unassisted) 27'
    :goal: M. Janko (D. Alaba) 81'

    :goal: K. Manolas (K. Fortounis) 90'
    MOTM: D. Alaba 8.6
     
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    Ivory Coast 4 - 1 Uruguay
    11 (7) - Shots (OT) - 2 (2)
    54% - Possession - 46%
    16 - Tackles - 17
    0 - Fouls - 4
    No Cards
    0 - Corners - 1
    81% - Passing - 67%

    :goal: 2' S. Doumbia :assist:Gervinho
    :goal: 50' D. Drogba :assist:Y. Touré
    :goal: 67' Y. Touré
    :goal: 70' M. Gradel :assist:C. Tioté

    :goal: 90' E. Cavani :assist:N. Lodeiro

    :trophy:: S. Doumbia (8.5)
     
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