The 2018 FIFA World Cup is down to 8 teams and we’ve got two scintillating quarterfinal matches this Friday. First up is, followed by Brazil vs. Belgium.
Of the remaining teams, Brazil comes in as the odds-on favorite to win the Cup, with all eyes on the great Neymar, who was accused of ain his team’s 2-0 win against Mexico earlier in the week. Meanwhile Belgium, led by the trio of Kevin De Bruyne, Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku, had a remarkable comeback against Japan, winning on a last-second goal in stoppage time. Should be a good one!
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Brazil last faced Belgium in a World Cup back in 2002, Rivaldo and Ronaldo the goalscorers in a 2-0 win. 16 years later and the two teams are competing on much more even terms.
Both Tite and Roberto Martinez have been trying to find a system that gets the best out of their talented individuals.
Brazil seemed to have cracked it and are getting better with every game their play, but Belgium, on the other hand, are struggling to cohesively play together and get the best out of Kevin De Bruyne.