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The Defending Champions Germany Match

The Defending Champions Germany Match

The Defending Champions Germany Match. The defending champions, Germany, were knocked out in the group stage. It was the first time since 1938 that a German side did not advance from the first stage of a World Cup tournament,[7] and the fourth time in the last five World Cups that the title holders had been eliminated in the opening stage of the tournament after France in 2002, Italy in 2010, and Spain in 2014.[8] . Fans can opt to stream the football games online with a VPN.

The Defending Champions Germany Match
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FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule Table

FIFA World Cup 2018 Schedule Table

Group Stage

The 2018 FIFA World Cup is the 21st FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial international football tournament contested by the men’s national teams of the member associations of FIFA. It is currently ongoing in Russia starting from 14 June and will end with the final match on 15 July 2018.[1] Russia was awarded the hosting rights on 2 December 2010.

This is the first World Cup to be held in Eastern Europe,[2] and the eleventh time that it has been held in Europe. For the first time the tournament takes place on two continents – Europe and Asia.[3] All but one of the stadium venues are in European Russia in order to keep travel time manageable. At an estimated cost of over $14.2 billion, it is the most expensive World Cup ever.[4] This is also the first World Cup where video assistant referees (VARs) have been utilised.[5]

The final tournament involves 32 national teams, which include 31 teams determined through qualifying competitions and the automatically qualified host team. Of the 32 teams, 20 made back-to-back appearances following the last tournament in 2014, including defending champions Germany, while both Iceland and Panama made their first appearances at a FIFA World Cup. A total of 64 matches will be played in 12 venues located in 11 cities. The final will take place on 15 July at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.[6]

The defending champions, Germany, were knocked out in the group stage. It was the first time since 1938 that a German side did not advance from the first stage of a World Cup tournament,[7] and the fourth time in the last five World Cups that the title holders had been eliminated in the opening stage of the tournament after France in 2002, Italy in 2010, and Spain in 2014.[8]

Thursday, June 14 – Group A
Russia 5 – 0 Saudi Arabia Recap & Highlights
Friday, June 15 – Groups A & B Group Standings
Egypt 0 – 1 Uruguay Recap & Highlights
Morocco 0 – 1 Iran Recap & Highlights
Portugal 3 – 3 Spain Recap & Highlights

Saturday, June 16 – Groups C & D Group Standings
France 2 – 1 Australia Recap & Highlights
Argentina 1 – 1 Iceland Recap & Highlights
Peru 0 – 1 Denmark Recap & Highlights
Croatia 2 – 0 Nigeria Recap & Highlights
Peru’s World Cup Return: 36 Years in the Making
Sunday, June 17 – Groups E & F Group Standings
Costa Rica 0 – 1 Serbia Recap & Highlights
Germany 0 – 1 Mexico Recap & Highlights
Brazil 1 – 1 Switzerland Recap & Highlights
El Tri in America. America’s Team?
Dos Santos brothers dream of World Cup glory for Mexico
Monday, June 18 – Groups F & G Group Standings
Sweden 1 – 0 South Korea Recap & Highlights
Belgium 3 – 0 Panama Recap & Highlights
Tunisia 1 – 2 England Recap & Highlights
Ashley Cole likes England’s World Cup chances
Panama’s Impossible Dream: Los Canaleros at the World Cup
Hours after helping Seattle past Vancouver, Roman Torres honored in Panama
Tuesday, June 19 – Groups H & A Group Standings
Colombia 1 – 2 Japan Recap & Highlights
Poland 1 – 2 Senegal Recap & Highlights
Russia 3 – 1 Egypt Recap & Highlights
Wednesday, June 20 – Groups A & B Group Standings
Portugal 1 – 0 Morocco Recap & Highlights
Uruguay 1 – 0 Saudi Arabia Recap & Highlights
Iran 0 – 1 Spain Recap & Highlights
MLS-based referee crew selected for Portugal-Morocco World Cup match
Thursday, June 21 – Groups C & D Group Standings
Denmark vs
Australia
8 AM ET 7 AM CT 6 AM MT 5 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1, TELEMUNDO
France vs
Peru
11 AM ET 10 AM CT 9 AM MT 8 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
Argentina vs
Croatia
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
Friday, June 22 – Groups D & E Group Standings
Brazil vs
Costa Rica
8 AM ET 7 AM CT 6 AM MT 5 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1, TELEMUNDO
Nigeria vs
Iceland
11 AM ET 10 AM CT 9 AM MT 8 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
Serbia vs
Switzerland
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
Saturday, June 23 – Groups F & G Group Standings
Belgium vs
Tunisia
8 AM ET 7 AM CT 6 AM MT 5 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
South Korea vs
Mexico
11 AM ET 10 AM CT 9 AM MT 8 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
Germany vs
Sweden
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
Sunday, June 24 – Groups G & H Group Standings
England vs
Panama
8 AM ET 7 AM CT 6 AM MT 5 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1, TELEMUNDO
Japan vs
Senegal
11 AM ET 10 AM CT 9 AM MT 8 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
Poland vs
Colombia
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
Monday, June 25 – Groups A & B Group Standings
Saudi Arabia vs
Egypt
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX*, TELEMUNDO
Uruguay vs
Russia
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1*, TELEMUNDO
Iran vs
Portugal
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX*, TELEMUNDO
Spain vs
Morocco
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1*, TELEMUNDO
* FOX Sports may switch matches airing on FOX or FS1 based on the importance of the match.
Tuesday, June 26 – Groups C & D Group Standings
Australia vs
Peru
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX*, TELEMUNDO
Denmark vs
France
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1*, TELEMUNDO
Iceland vs
Croatia
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX*, TELEMUNDO
Nigeria vs
Argentina
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1*, TELEMUNDO
* FOX Sports may switch matches airing on FOX or FS1 based on the importance of the match.
Wednesday, June 27 – Groups E & F Group Standings
South Korea vs
Germany
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1*, TELEMUNDO
Mexico vs
Sweden
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX*, TELEMUNDO
Switzerland vs
Costa Rica
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1*, TELEMUNDO
Serbia vs
Brazil
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX*, TELEMUNDO
* FOX Sports may switch matches airing on FOX or FS1 based on the importance of the match.
Thursday, June 28 – Groups G & H Group Standings
Japan vs
Poland
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1*, TELEMUNDO
Senegal vs
Colombia
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX*, TELEMUNDO
England vs
Belgium
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX*, TELEMUNDO
Panama vs
Tunisia
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1*, TELEMUNDO
* FOX Sports may switch matches airing on FOX or FS1 based on the importance of the match.

Round of 16

Saturday, June 30
1C vs
2D
Match #50
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
1A vs
2B
Match #49
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
Sunday, July 1
1B vs
2A
Match #51
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
1D vs
2C
Match #52
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
Monday, July 2
1E vs
2F
Match #53
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1*, TELEMUNDO
1G vs
2H
Match #54
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX*, TELEMUNDO
* FOX Sports may switch matches airing on FOX or FS1 based on the importance of the match.
Tuesday, July 3
1F vs
2E
Match #55
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1*, TELEMUNDO
1H vs
2G
Match #56
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX*, TELEMUNDO
* FOX Sports may switch matches airing on FOX or FS1 based on the importance of the match.

Quarterfinals

Friday, July 6
Match #49 Winner vs
Match #50 Winner
Match #57
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1, TELEMUNDO
Match #53 Winner vs
Match #54 Winner
Match #58
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 AP MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FS1, TELEMUNDO
Saturday, July 7
Match #55 Winner vs
Match #56 Winner
Match #60
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
Match #51 Winner vs
Match #52 Winner
Match #59
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO

Semifinals

Tuesday, July 10
Match #57 Winner vs
Match #58 Winner
Match #61
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO
Wednesday, July 11
Match #59 Winner vs
Match #60 Winner
Match #62
2 PM ET 1 PM CT 12 PM MT 11 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO

Third-place match

Saturday, July 14
Match #61 Loser vs
Match #62 Loser
10 AM ET 9 AM CT 8 AM MT 7 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO

2018 World Cup Final

Sunday, July 15
Match #61 Winner vs
Match #62 Winner
11 AM ET 10 AM CT 9 AM MT 8 AM PT
WATCH ON: FOX, TELEMUNDO

10 Best Women Tennis Players

10 Best Women Tennis Players

 

10. Kirilenko Maria,Russia

World of women Tennis is clear by the likes of Billie jean king to Martina Hinges to `Steffi Graf to Justine Henin as well as of course the William Sisters! The power as well as impressiveness of these ladies is mysterious. The nail biting, fist driving, table large gestures are no longer a domain of sports for men. Women do it to as well as the hits as well as grunts are live evidence to the fact that these females have arrived. The past of women tennis is long so let’s limit it to the top 10 players. This object is for fervent tennis fans as well as laypersons who are just mobile into the tennis world. Let’s see the Women who rule over the courts.

9. Wozniacki Caroline,Denmark

WTA Titles : 20 singles, 2 doubles.

A treasure from Monte Carlo indeed! The 23 year old from Denmark has captured the tennis tour and in 8 years as a pro has reached the 9th rank worldwide. The good-at-games is not amazing in her case as she is a making of fascinating sporty family. With father Piotr a soccer player in Poland and Denmark; Anna Wozniaicki, Mother, played volleyball for Polish National Team. If this wasn’t enough the brother Patrick followed into fathers shoes to become soccer in Denmark. The calling in rapports of position alone is amazing. Entrance at age of 15, 2008-first top 20 season; 2009-first top 5 season; 2010-First top 1 season; 2011-second No 1 season; 2012 fell to rank 10 and now in is ranked at 9. The world waits to watch this player in her dynamic career.

8. Kvitova Petra,Czech Republic

WTA Titles: 10 singles, 0 Doubles.

A round player and admirer of fellow left handed legend Martina Navratilova, the Czech beauty has made a place for this woman at in the world of Tennis. She favouritisms serves, backhand and forehand but more than that is a base-liner. The tourist attractions of her career are victories at Dubai, Montréal, Brisbane, Paris [Indoors], Madrid, Wimbledon, and led Czech Fed Cup Team, 2007-13; also donated in Olympic finished national Team.

7. Kerber Angelique, Germany

WTA Titles: 2 Singles; 0 Doubles.

The 25 year old German is testified as an angel by everybody but her adversaries who face her on court. Through an regular frame of 5’8” the lady terrifies with her two left handed backhands. She stated playing at the age of 3, the tiny tot never gave up the infantile passion and went pro in 2003. The leap from No.32 in 2011 to No. 5 in 2012 was astounding to notice. The German is here to stay.

6. Li Na, China.

WTA Titles: Singles 7; Doubles 2.

31 year old Chinese is epic in China’s Tennis history. Married in 2006, this lady went on to bring China into tennis circuit as well as create the same dread for Chinese players in tennis as it is in badminton. Currently ranked No.6, the 14 year career has seen many ups as well as downs. The victories include 7 wins at Shenzhen; Cincinnati; Sydney, Roland Garros; Birmingham; Gold Coast; Guangzhou. She was finalists at – Australian Open, Stuttgart,Sydney, Rome, as well as Montreal. Other victories include those at Monterrey, Birmingham,Tashkent, Chinese Fed Cup Team, as well as was a part of  Chinese Olympic Team in all years since 2000.

5. Errani Sara, Italy

WTA Titles: Singles 7; Doubles 19.

Forehand as as well as clay court, add Sara to the mix as well as we have an ace up our selves. The 26 year old Italian went pro in 2002 at 15 as well as now 11 years into the sport, Sara is ranked at No.5 in singles as well as ranked No.1 in doubles.  Daughter to a fruit-vegetable seller father as well as pharmacist mother, the athletic genes found way into the siblings with Sara’s brother playing pro soccer. From the age of 5 Sara was drawn into the sport. Till 2012 Sara’s tennis career was at the spotlights periphery, but a decision of change in racket from Wilson to babolat got her an entry into the crème de la crème of industry. Longer racket on heavy side gave more power as well as reach. Fondly called Excalibur by Sara, many expert dub this as the reason behind her success.

4. Radwanska Agnieszka, Poland.

WTA titles: Singles 12; Doubles 2.

With the goal to win a grand slam as well as be world No.1, the 24 year old Polish dynamite has made a name for her with formidable forehand. Playing with her sister Urszala (also a WTA player) as well as her father, the spirit of tennis got into her at age of 4 as well as since then she has played in club at Gronau, Germany.  She is studying tourism at Polish Sport University Krakow. She has won 12 major singles event, first in 2007 at Auckland, Sydney as well aslatest in Stockholm. She is W TA ambassador for Habitat for Humanity.

3. Sharapova Maria, Russia

WTA Titles: Singles 29; Doubles 3.

26 year old towering beauty is quite a picture on tennis surface. With a 6’2” frame as well as blonde hair, the fierce game is rude shock to whoever faces her. The career chart of Maria is an interesting read.  Won the first WTA title at the age of 17 beating formidable S. Williams, Sharapova made a name for herself by winning WTA as well as defeating a very strong player. Has won 29 major singles events as well as 3 doubles in her career. In 2003, she entered top 50 right after 2 years of debut. Till 2008 she was a formidable opponent on court but a stray injury led to 9 month layoff as well as stumbling out of top 100 player list. In 2010 she was back in top 20 as well as now is ranked at world no 3. The beauty is not only a Tennis player, she has her own line of apparels, candy line, scholarship for Chernobyl area children as well as many charitable acts to her name. The Chernobyl Tragedy affected her psyche as well as she has been donating to the aid of those who need it ever since.When Enigma gives Paradox a hug, the likes of Sharapova are born.

Azarenka Victoria, Belarus

WTA Titles: Singles 16; Doubles 6.

24 year old from Belarus is ranked at No. 2 as per WTA rankings. Her point counts are 9625. At the age of 7, Victoria got a taste of Tennis by the way of her mother as well as hasn’t looked back till date. She favours backhanded shots as well as playing on hard court. Her career tally today is 16 singles titles as well as 6 doubles. Debuted in 2003, the 6′ player has come a long way. On her debut year in 2003, she won doubles title at ITF circuit. In 2012 Victoria was world No. 1 as well as has been a challenge to everyone who faces her.

1. Williams Serena, USA

WTA titles: Singles 52; Doubles 22.

31 year old American doesn’t need an introduction in tennis or any other circuit. with 52 singles titles as well as 22 doubles title, the world numero uno now is not new at the top of the world spot for she has been here 6 times before .In 18 years as pro, the time from 2002 can be refereed as the Serena-era. Along with her achievement of being hailed as one of the best players of all time, she is the only player to achieve a Golden Slam in both singles as well as doubles category. The William sisters were coached by their parents since they were 4 as well as till date Richard Williams as well as Oracene Price remain their daughters coach. Papa William took the road less travelled, seeing his daughters as players as well as children, he dealt with them in ways which conflicted their coach. Apart from tennis, Serena has been in news because of her charitable works, her two secondary schools in Africa, her own HSN line, clothing lines. Serena has been in controversies for her loud tennis outfits as well as some ill fated quotes. Serena lost her younger sister Yetunde as well as since then has been involved with helping at risk youth.

Top 10 Most Dangerous Sports in the World

Top 10 Most Dangerous Sports in the World

Sports as well as games give us a sense of excitement as well as enjoyment. But this had a different reason overall in the earlier times. Ever since the concept of sports have evolve, it has witnessed many transition in the sense that during those times, games such as foil fighting as well as archery were played to train the soldiers for the purpose of sensible arts of fighting. Even wrestle as well as boxing were complete to train the soldiers for war fights. As well as no doubt, these sports suited their purpose well. But eventually, we have seen the modify in the kinds of games as well as sports.

Nowadays, many new sports have emerged as well as with increase in the interest of people for sports, more as well as more weird kinds of games can be see coming up. Some people have taken it as their profession while others do it solely for entertainment purpose structure it up as their hobby. specifically, media show casts all kind of new opening sports as well as the eager chaps leave no opportunity to grasp them. Decades ago, it had on the whole to do with physical as well as mental fitness. Now with the emergence of manufacturing as well as technological development, we see paragliding, parachute-diving, to name a few, which seem reckless.The young as well as energetic finds the involvement of excitement as well as action by trying out such stuff with huge excitement. These sports as well as a few others often prove dangerous to players, leaving them with broken bones as well as even they might have to pay the cost with their lives.

mention below is a list of some of these deadly sports

10. Horse riding

9. Cheerleading-

8. Football

7. Motorcycle racing

6. Cave diving-

5. Big wave surfing

4. Street luging-

3. Base jumping

2. Bull riding

1. Heli skiing-

10 Best Cricketers All Rounders Ever

10 Best Cricketers All Rounders Ever

Hailing from a country that adorations cricket, cricketers develop our gods. All rounder cricketers are rare, they are a vivid mixture of grit, strength, confidence and most of all, great services. Who doesn’t love a cricketer who can ball and bat with the same comfort and skill? Over the periods that the cricketing bequest spans through, once in a while an all rounder comes to the center to astonish and stimulate the million plus spectators that relishes and shadows the game. For those of you that love cricket, here is a list of the ten most astonishing and awe-inspiring cricket all rounders to have adorned the world with their attendance.

10.Tony Greig

9. Shaun Pollock

8. Jacques Kallis

7. Richard Benaud

6. Richard Hadlee

5. Keith Miller

4. Kapil Dev

 3. Imran Khan 

2. Sir Ian Botham

1. Sir Gary Sobers

Sir Garfield Sobers, knighted by Queen Elizabeth II for his aids to the sport of cricket in the year 1975, is widely careful to be the utmost cricket all rounder to have ever played the game. He played for the West Indian nationwide team. He made his test debut in contradiction of England in the year 1954. In the year 1958, Sir Gary Sobers counted his maiden century making a world record of being the highest separate score in cricketing history which was wrecked years after, in the year of 1994 by nobody other than Brian Lara who scored a baffling 375 in effect becoming the uppermost individual run scorer. A left handed batters and a fast medium left handed conventional bowler, he was the captain of the West Indian cricket team for seven years amid the years 1965 to 1972. He was only seventeen years of age when he made his test entrance. He was called ‘The National Hero of Barbados’ in the year 1998, which is the aim behind the prefix ‘The Right Excellent’ before his name. This honour is communal by only nine other persons and Gary Sobers is the only living receiver of this high honour. He conventional the Wisden Cricketer of the year prize in the year 1964. He was gave the Wisden Cricketer of the century prize in the year 2000. Words and statistics cannot adequately label this legendary cricketer’s aids to the sport.

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