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World Cup Semi-finals
Jul 09, 2018

After several waves, only four of the 32 teams in the World Cup have survived. France, Belgium, England and Croatia are in the final stages of the semi-final.

 

After several waves, only four of the 32 teams in the World Cup have survived. France, Belgium, England and Croatia are in the final stages of the semi-final.

 

France and England have won the World Cup in the last four, with the two teams in the upper and lower half. If Belgium and Croatia win the semi-finals, the World Cup is set to produce a ninth champion. The European red devils and the tartans have emerged, with South American giants Brazil and Argentina losing to each other.

 

 

The last new World Cup winner was born in 2010, when star-studded Spain became the eighth world champion in history. The situation in the last four is similar to that of eight years ago, when Spain and the Netherlands met in the final and two uncrowned Kings eliminated former world champions Germany and Uruguay in the semi-finals. Now that Belgium and Croatia are to challenge France and England, whether the history of the golden cup is written in a cycle or a new one, perhaps the answer will be found in two semi-finals