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World Cup 2018: Korean FA will not press charges against fans who threw eggs

South Korea fans in the nation's capital Seoul watch their team's final Group F game against Germany



The Korea Football Association (KFA) will not pursue charges against people who threw eggs at the team as they arrived home from the World Cup.

The incident happened as they were lining up for a photograph at Incheon Airport in Seoul on Monday.

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World Cup 2018 Report: Sweden 1 Switzerland 0 - Swedes dream thanks to Forsberg's moment of fortune


Manuel Akanji's unfortunate touch on Emil Forsberg's shot sent Sweden through to the World Cup quarter-finals in Russia



Sweden are through to the World Cup quarter-finals for the first time since 1994 after a deflected goal from Emil Forsberg clinched a 1-0 win over Switzerland.

The first meeting between the nations at a major tournament simmered in the St Petersburg sunshine until Forsberg's fortunate strike handed Sweden a crucial lead.

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World Cup 2018 Report: Colombia 1 England 1 (aet, 3-4 on penalties) - Dier seals shoot-out glory for Three Lions


Jordan Pickford saved brilliantly from Carlos Bacca and Eric Dier stepped up to send England into the quarter-finals of the World Cup



Eric Dier scored the decisive spot-kick as England won a World Cup penalty shoot-out for the first time, edging past Colombia 4-3 to set up a quarter-final against Sweden.

Harry Kane's sixth goal of the World Cup - which puts him two clear of nearest rival Romelu Lukaku in the race for the Golden Boot - appeared enough to secure England's first knockout win at a major tournament in 12 years, the Three Lions captain scoring from the spot after he was fouled by Carlos Sanchez.

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Neymar: Brazil forward's 'acting not a good example' says Mexico boss Juan Carlos Osorio




Neymar's "acting" is "not a good example for football", said Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio after Brazil knocked his side out of the World Cup.

Neymar scored one goal and played a key role in the other as his side won the last-16 tie 2-0 to set up a quarter-final against Belgium.

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World Cup 2018 Report: Brazil 2 Mexico 0 - Neymar and Firmino book Selecao's quarter-final spot


Brazil were far from their fluid best against Mexico, but Neymar and substitute Roberto Firmino booked them a spot in the last eight



Neymar's strike and a late second from Roberto Firmino saw a strangely low-key Brazil edge past Mexico 2-0 to book a spot in the World Cup quarter-finals.

Tite's men are yet to hit full stride at Russia 2018, and on this evidence they still have more to come, but Neymar's 51st-minute goal and Firmino's tap-in after coming off the bench meant the tournament favourites progressed with relative comfort in the end, and avoided the early exit that has already befallen the likes of Spain, Germany and Argentina.

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