The 10th day of the 2018 FIFA world Cup gave us 13 games, 3 favourites and an unquestionably reckless finish in the last of this IRG. Belgium took over Panama, Mexico faced South Korea and Germany ended the day opposite Sweden. That’s how it happened.
Belgium 5, Panama 2
Mexico 2, South Korea 1
Germany 2 Sweden 1
Germany stuns Sweden
As Germany has the ability to stun Sweden? Well, Germany was losing before they scored, and it looked like a draw aimed at them, which would put them on the ropes with one match in order to perform. But Toni Kroos, on the 95th minute, canceled a brilliant free-kick to win 2-1. The victory gives them a chance to go further and becomes popular in Mexico, due to the fact that El Tri away from the castle in order to arrange the upcoming round. More about this below.
Belgium rolls and looks strong
Subsequently, start unhurried facing Panama in the opening, Belgium was fatal to the greater part of the match in front of Tunisia on Saturday, cruising to a 5-2 victory, in fact that leaves them close to the round of 16. They had little doubt the space in round 16 and were the most elegant team in the attack.
Mexico looks sharp again
Mexico contains 6 points out of 6 and as seen, almost a castle in order to go further as Carlos Vela and Javier Hernandez scored 2-1 victory over South Korea. But the victory of Germany replaces this time.
Exactly what does it all mean?
In group G, we have to wait and see. Belgium contains 6 points, while Britain contains three, and Panama and Tunisia have zero. In case Britain wins Panama on Sunday, they will take over the space in the proper round with Belgium.
Actually, as for group F, the boy is curious.
Group F Standings After Round Two Of Matches.
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— Shawn Osimbo (@ShawnOsimbo) June 23, 2018
A draw with Sweden will put Mexico in the next round. Mexico has the opportunity to lose, and still pass, if Germany can not win, but there is still a chance, in fact that Mexico, Sweden and Germany all finish with six points, and after that he will go down to the tiebreakers, with the aim of the differential is considered the first. You’ll be able to read all about the F tiebreakers group and the mess scenarios here.
Everything went as if Mexico and Sweden had been held and now everything is ready for grabs. South Korea, with zero points, has the opportunity to move forward. What a wild group.
Slate on Sunday
Britain facing Panama, 8 a.m. ET
Japan and Senegal, 11 a.m. ET
Poland and Colombia, 2 p.m. ET