Published: Wed, July 11, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Seven Blues reach World Cup semis

Seven Blues reach World Cup semis

It's the first time since Germany in 2006 - the 18th edition of the World Cup - where four European teams: Italy (champions), France (runners-up), Germany (third) and Portugal (fourth) made up the final four positions.

De Bruyne also admitted that it felt like a "now or never" moment for this Belgium squad who, after quarter-finals together at the last two worldwide tournaments, have already take a step forward in beating Brazil last Friday to reach the last four. The team labeled the "golden generation" because of the amount of talent inherent.

"Now there are more feelings of trust in each other to perform better than ever".

There have been several star performers for all the teams involved in the mix and some of them have particularly stood out from the rest of the pack owing to a number of memorable performances that helped their teams book their place in the last four of the competition. "I think the Belgian team is the most exhaustive team in all aspects of the game during this tournament - they are strong everywhere", Lloris told reporters at a pre-match press conference.

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According to Sportbible, the fans expressed their displeasure to the team on their arrival as they hauled stones at the team bus after touching down in Brazil from Russian Federation.

"We know there are going to be hard moments and we'll have to be ready to suffer".

The two European big-hitters have progressed to the final four of the World Cup in Russian Federation after overcoming some high-profile opposition en route. "It is an opportunity in our careers and we have to grab it with both hands".

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