We will save our celebrations, says Japan coach Nishino

Heather Diaz
June 23, 2018

Day 6 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup has ended, and every team has played their opening game, with Russian Federation and Egypt kicking off the second round of group stage matches on Tuesday afternoon.

Senegal, the only African team to win its opening game at the World Cup has already started training for its next match, as they pursue another brilliant run at the tournament they last featured in 2002. He contributed 4 goals and 2 assists in 25 matches for the relegated FC Koln and will be hoping his fortunes turn this summer at the World Cup.

Yuya Osako exacted sweet revenge for Japan on Tuesday as the Blue Samurai beat Colombia 2-1, becoming the first Asian side ever to beat a South American team at the World Cup.

It gives Senegal a great chance of progressing from Group H as underdogs, with Japan also winning against group favourites Colombia.

Rodriguez scored six goals in five matches in Brazil to earn a starring role on soccer's global stage while leading Colombia to the quarterfinals.

"We improved the positive aspects the team displayed against Japan".

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One thing is certain, the entire stadium would be litter free when Japan and Senegal compete against each other on June 24. Colombia leveled the score in the 39th minute, but Japan took advantage of its numeric superiority to pull ahead in the 73rd minute. "We need to question everything and prepare for the Japan match in the same way", he said.

There's been a lot of self-inflicted pain at the World Cup.

As Round 1 of the group stage ended on Tuesday, both games in Group H ended with an unexpected result.

The German-based cephalopod went a flawless seven for seven in predicting the results of Germany's games at the 2010 World Cup - and then correctly tipped Spain to win the title.

MOSCOW - It was a day of upsets in an underdog-friendly World Cup.

As far as teams are concerned, David Ospina of Arsenal and Davinson Sanchez of Tottenham will be joining forces to guard the Colombia goal, while Chelsea's Radamel Falcao will lead the line.

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