World Cup Draw Results 2018

World Cup Draw Results 2018

The 2018 World Cup group draw was just held in Moscow, Russia on Friday (1/12/2017) local time As predicted earlier, the draw produced an interesting result.

Group B and G are practically a group of hell. Group B filled the 2010 World Champion, Spain and Portugal. This will make Cristiano Ronaldo compete with his colleagues at Real Madrid who pretty much circulated in La Furia Roja squad in the summer. The group is also filled with two underdogs from the Arabian peninsula of Iran and Morocco which will make the competition in this group even more interesting.

Meanwhile in Group G there are Belgium and England. Belgium itself is on the rise since last few years. Meanwhile England we know is a team with full of history and expectations.

Host of the tournament, Russia itself is in group A. The Red Bear joined Uruguay, and two countries from the Middle East, Egypt and Saudi Arabia. If you see the draw, it is not easy for Russia. However, as a host they should be able to take advantage of this draw.

For the 2014 world champion last edition, Germany is in the group that is not less weight. Thomas Muller and his friends have to compete with three underdogs who are ready to surprise such as Mexico, Sweden and Asian champions South Korea. (Source: Copa 90)

Complete World Cup 2018 Draw Results

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Qualifying Results, Robben and Messi Threatened Failed to the 2018 World Cup

Qualifying Results, Robben and Messi Threatened Failed to the 2018 World Cup

Two world soccer stars, Lionel Messi and Arjen Robben, have just completed the 2018 World Cup qualifier on Friday, along with their respective countries. The result they get is stifling.

The 2018 World Cup qualifying match, both the South American Zone and the European Zone, was held this week. On Friday (1/9/2017) there is a bigmatch European Zone between France against Holland and in South America Zone, Argentina against Uruguay.

The Dutch and Argentine journey to the 2018 World Cup seems to be getting steeper after the match. Arjen Robben et al swallowed a landslide defeat of France with a score of 4-4, while Lionel Messi et al must be content to share the numbers with Uruguay 0-0.

Currently, the Netherlands who are members of Group A European Zone entrenched in fourth place standings under France, Sweden and Bulgaria.

Meanwhile, a rather surprising one is Argentina in the South American zone. The team contains top stars like Messi, Paulo Dybala, Angel di Maria, and Mauro Icardi are ranked fifth.

Brazil is a rival of Argentina now has ensured themselves to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Ranking the five Conmebol zone must face the winners of the Oceania zone for one place in Russia. New Zealand are likely to be opponents after their 6-1 win over the Solomon Islands on 28 August 2017.

Both zones leave three more matches. This certainly makes his country Lionel Messi and Arjen Robben must fight harder to get through to the 2018 World Cup.