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World Cup 2018 Report: Sweden 0 England 2 - Maguire and Alli head Southgate's side into World Cup semi-final


Either Croatia or Russia will face Gareth Southgate's England in the World Cup semi-finals after the Three Lions beat Sweden 2-0 in Samara




Harry Maguire and Dele Alli scored headers as England booked their place in a first World Cup semi-final since 1990 by beating Sweden 2-0.

Maguire and Alli struck either side of half-time in Samara on Saturday to move the Three Lions into the last four, and they will face either Croatia or hosts Russia on Wednesday.

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World Cup 2018 Report: Uruguay 0 France 2 - Varane and Griezmann send Les Bleus through


France moved into the semi-finals of the World Cup with a remarkably straightforward defeat of a subdued Uruguay on Friday



Raphael Varane and Antoine Griezmann scored as France advanced to a World Cup semi-final against either Belgium or Brazil after easing past Uruguay on Friday.

Following an opening passage high on energy but bereft of quality, Varane glanced home a Griezmann free-kick to open the scoring before the Atletico Madrid man doubled France's advantage just after the hour mark in a moment to forget for Uruguay goalkeeper Fernando Muslera.

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World Cup 2018 Report: Brazil 1 Belgium 2 - Selecao out as Martinez's men advance


Kevin De Bruyne's stunner and a Fernandinho own goal sent Belgium into the semi-finals at the expense of five-time winners Brazil




Belgium booked a World Cup semi-final against France as Brazil's hopes of winning a sixth title were ended by a 2-1 defeat in Kazan.

Brazil, ranked second in the world by FIFA, were the last remaining non-European team in the tournament after Les Bleus knocked out Uruguay in Friday's first quarter-final.

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World Cup 2018: Joachim Low will remain Germany manager despite shock exit

Low was named Germany manager in 2006



Joachim Low will remain as Germany manager despite their shock early exit from the World Cup in Russia.

The defending champions finished bottom of Group G after losing 2-0 to South Korea - the first time Germany have gone out in the first round of a World Cup since 1938.

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