Cavani will have to "destroy science" to face France - Rami

Heather Diaz
July 5, 2018

The player has a painful calf swelling but not a muscle tear, the country's football federation (FCF) said on Monday, boosting his chances of facing France where he plays his club football for Paris Saint Germain. Doctors inform that Cavani has already started rehabilitation and perform some exercise. "It was hard. Portugal had more possession and were often in our half of the pitch, and it would have been better for us to have more of the ball and play the game closer to their goal". We know that the squares have been full back home and that the people there were really rooting for us.

Uruguay have won all of their games in Russian Federation, conceding just one goal in four games, and take on France, who beat Argentina 4-3 in the round of 16.

Russian players were on their knees in exhaustion after defending for 120 minutes in Moscow with just 26 percent possession and they must now summon another huge physical effort, with Croatia expected to dominate the ball once more.

"However, I can say that I am proud of our efforts at the tournament in Russian Federation, let the evening and very hard for us", he added, reports "Sport-Express". He also joined Pele, Miroslav Klose and Uwe Seeler as the only players to score in four World Cups. "Uruguay have shown we depend on collective work on the pitch". "But we have a very strong team in terms of our mindset". He said: "I hope it is nothing and I can keep going". It was hard because the opposition had more ball possession and were very often in our half of the pitch. "In the second we were better, but we didn't make it", he explained.

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"Cristiano still has a lot to give to football", he told reporters after the match.

Uruguay will nearly certainly be without their striker Edison Cavani for their World Cup quarterfinal against France in Nizhny Novgorod on Friday as he struggles to recover from a calf injury.

He argued that every team depended on their star players, citing Uruguay's reliance on Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani to back up his point.

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