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FIFA 2018: The decision to match the penalty shoot out, Russia beat Spain 4-3

FIFA 2018: The decision to match the penalty shoot out, Russia beat Spain 4-3




New Delhi, Anadi Baruah Following the scheduled 90 minutes of hard work and half-an-hour extra time, host Russia defeated former champions Spain 4-3 in the penalty shootout to make it to the FIFA World Cup 2018 quarter-finals. This is the first time since the Soviet era when Russia made the quarterfinals of the World Cup. In the match of the pre-quarterfinal finals played at Luzhniki Stadium, the two teams were tied at 1-1 at the scheduled time.
Poor ignashevich: Zirkov tried to stop wrongdoing with the fast ball in the right flank near the pass with IISO in the 10th minute of the game, after which the referee gave Spain a free kick. Iso's free kick was going towards the Spanish star Sergio Ramos, but Russia's defender Ignacevich came forward to him and while falling in with Ramos, the ball reached the goal post with his heel, and Russia got 0-1 due to the suicide goal. Lagged behind Russian goalkeeper Akkinov did not stop the ball from going into the goal post, and Spain went ahead 1-0 in a 12-minute game. After this, Spain continued to keep the ball in control, but Russia got a good chance to score in the 36th minute. Golovin was driven from inside the D on the right side of the goal post.
Equal with penalty: Russia got a penalty kick in the 40th minute of the match. At the Corner kick, Russian ball hit Django's head and collided with Spanish defender Gerard Pick and the referee gave the gift of penalty kick to Russia. It was the 26th penalty kick of this World Cup. On the referee's decision, Pick Up expressed offense, so the referee gave him yellow cards. Djuja took the penalty kick and Russia reached the milestone. Just before half time, Diego Silva tried to bring his team on the edge but the first half ended with a 1-1 draw.


Poor ignashevich: Zirkov tried to stop wrongdoing with the fast ball in the right flank near the pass with IISO in the 10th minute of the game, after which the referee gave Spain a free kick. Iso's free kick was going towards the Spanish star Sergio Ramos, but Russia's defender Ignacevich came forward to him and while falling in with Ramos, the ball reached the goal post with his heel, and Russia got 0-1 due to the suicide goal. Lagged behind Russian goalkeeper Akkinov did not stop the ball from going into the goal post, and Spain went ahead 1-0 in a 12-minute game. After this, Spain continued to keep the ball in control, but Russia got a good chance to score in the 36th minute. Golovin was driven from inside the D on the right side of the goal post.
Equal with penalty: Russia got a penalty kick in the 40th minute of the match. At the Corner kick, Russian ball hit Django's head and collided with Spanish defender Gerard Pick and the referee gave the gift of penalty kick to Russia. It was the 26th penalty kick of this World Cup. On the referee's decision, Pick Up expressed offense, so the referee gave him yellow cards. Djuja took the penalty kick and Russia reached the milestone. Just before half time, Diego Silva tried to bring his team on the edge but the first half ended with a 1-1 draw.
Goalless second half: In the second half, Spain retains their dominance. Alam was that Russia was successful in attacking twice. During this time both the teams also made several changes. In the 63rd minute Russia replaced the Somerset, replacing Somershaw. At the same time, Spain replaced Aswas in place of Silva instead of Iniesta and Costa. In the 85th minute, Inessa got a good chance to score a goal in the D of Russia, but his kick was stopped by Akkinov falling to his right. Despite all the efforts, the Spanish team failed to score against Russia for a specified time.
Fourth Place for the First Time: The first time in the current World Cup, the match went in extra time. Like the second half, the first half of the extra time was also Spain's name. For the first time in the first half of the extra time, the fourth substitute in the World Cup was seen landing on the field. Russia replaced Kuzyeve with Irokin and Spain as Rodrigo replacing Asencio as the fourth substitute on the field. For the first time in the World Cup, four substituted players have been allowed to spare.
Akkinov's amazing: Russia's goalkeeper and skipper Igor Akkinov played a key role in this historic victory in Russia. In the penalty shootout, he saved two important defenses to give his team a 4-3 victory. In the penalty shootout, Somolov, Ignacio, Golovin and Cherishche scored goals from Russia, while Iso, Pique and Captain Ramos could score goals from Spain. Kokey and Aspaul's kick saved Akkinov and conveyed his team to the quarter-finals.
Number game-
-38 Years In 352-day Ignacewich World Cup, becoming the world's oldest footballer, making the suicide goal.
-10 Suicidal goals have been made in the current World Cup. Name of Ignacio's name is associated with this unwanted record against Spain.
Sergio Ramos went down to play in the -17th World Cup. He equals the record for most of the competition for Icari Cassius of Spain.
In the 0 -03 round, Djemba made four World Cup matches in 2018.


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