Without parents' sacrifices, there'd be no World Cup

Without parents' sacrifices, there'd be no World Cup

Without parents' sacrifices, there'd be no World Cup

All eyes will be on a potential thriller which will see 1998 World Cup champions France locking horns with Belgium at the Krestovsky stadium.

"We've also shown we can play attractive football, we've come back from some hard moments against Japan". We have a lot of respect for what he's done, but we're not going to think about it very much.

Two of the World Cup's outstanding players will now go head-to-head in St Petersburg, with De Bruyne aware of the threat that Mbappe will pose.

Excluding shootouts, France have lost just one of their last 13 games in the knockout rounds of the World Cup (W10 D2 L1).

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"It has been a few years since he said what he said about me".

This summer's edition of Les Bleus is composed of players who know France as a country that can win.

Nacer Chadli was Belgium's unlikely match-winner from the bench in their 3-2 last-16 win over Japan, earning a start at left wing-back for the quarter-final beating of Brazil that kept confidence coursing through the Red Devils squad.

Belgium's haul of 14 goals is the most by the semi-final stage of a World Cup tournament since Brazil in 2002 (15).

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Mbappe has scored three goals so far at the World Cup. Pele scored a hat-trick against France in the semi-final of that tournament, the last teen to score in the last four of the competition.

Eden Hazard was a lively presence on Belgium's right, dragging a shot wide and Toby Alderweireld forced a smart save from Hugo Lloris while at the other end Olivier Giroud flicked a header narrowly wide. I don't resent him.

In fact, the argument could be made that he is more important to the team than stars Kylian Mbappe and Antoine Griezmann. This is his time to shine.

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