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Russia 3-1 Egypt – Ahmed Fathi own goal, Denis Cheryshev and Artem Dzyub see off Egypt

Russia 3-1 Egypt – FIFA World Cup Russia 2018 June 19 – (Group A) – St Petersburg

Hosts Russia roared to a 3-1 win over Egypt in St Petersburg on Tuesday evening to put themselves on the brink of the World Cup last 16.Denis Cheryshev celebrates his goal against Egypt

Player ratings

Russia: Akinfeev (7), Fernandes (7), Kutepov (7), Ignashevich (6), Zhirkov (7), Cheryshev (8), Gazinsky (6), Zobnin (8), Golovin (7), Samedov (8), Dzyuba (8)

Subs: Kuzayev (6), Smolov (6), Kudryashov (n/a)

Egypt: El Shenawy (5), Gabr (6), Hegazi (6), Fathi (5), Abdel-Shafy (6), Hamed (7), Salah (7), Elneny (6), Said (6), Hassan (7), Mohsen (7)

Subs: Warda (6), Ramadan (6), Kahraba (n/a)

Man of the match: Denis Cheryshev

Team news

The big news saw Liverpool star Mo Salah replace Amr Warda in the only change to Egypt’s starting line-up. Russia made two changes from the win over Saudi Arabia as Denis Cheryshev and Artyom Dzyuba replaced Fyodor Smolov and the injured Alan Dzagoev.

Man of the match: Denis Cheryshev

What’s next?

Russia’s final game in Group A is against Uruguay in Samara next Monday afternoon (3pm, UK time). Egypt face Saudi Arabia in Volgograd at the same time.


Egypt forward Mohamed Salah is the name on everyone’s lips as Russia attempt to virtually secure their place in the knockout stages of the World Cup in Saint Petersburg on Tuesday night.

Team news

Russia will be without one of their key players, with Alan Dzagoev expected to miss the rest of the tournament after damaging his hamstring in Thursday’s 5-o win over Saudi Arabia.

Salah has been declared 100 per cent fit by Egypt’s team doctor and his agent.

Possible line-ups:
Russia: Igor Akinfeev; Mario Fernandes, Ilya Kutepov, Sergei Ignashevich, Yuri Zhirkov; Roman Zobnin, Yury Gazinsky, Daler Kuziaev; Aleksandr Golovin, Denis Cheryshev; Fedor Smolov

Egypt: Mohammed El Shenawy, Ali Gabr, Ahmed Hegazy, Ahmed Fathi, Mohammed Abdelshafy; Tarek Hamed, Mohammed El Neny, Mahmoud Trezeguet, Abdullah Al Said; Mohammed Salah, Marwan Mohsen


Poland 1-2 Senegal – Mbaye Niang of Senegal celebrates after scoring his team’s second goal

Poland 1-2 Senegal – FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia – June 19 (Group H) – Moscow (Spartak)

Senegal claimed their first World Cup win since 2002 with a shock 2-1 victory over Poland in Group H.M’Baye Niang and Thiago Cionek’s own goal hands Senegal victory

Player ratings

Poland: Szczesny (4), Piszczek (6), Cionek (4), Pazdan (6), Rybus (6), Krychowiak (5), Zielinski (5), Blaszczykowski (5), Milik (5), Grosicki (5), Lewandowski (5)

Subs: Bednarek (6), Kownacki (5), Bereszynski (6)

Senegal: N’Diaye (7), Wague (6), Sane (6), Koulibaly (6), Sabaly (7), Gueye (7), N’Diaye (7), Sarr (7), Mane (6), Niang (8), Diouf (6)

Subs: Konate (6), N’Doye (N/A), Kouyate (N/A)

Man of the match: M’Baye Niang

Team news

Sadio Mane started on the wing for Senegal with Mame Biram Diouf and M’Baye Niang leading the attack.

Robert Lewandowski spearheaded the Poland attack. Kamil Glik was on the bench.

What’s next?

Poland continue their quest for qualification against Colombia at 7pm on Sunday. Senegal, meanwhile, take on Japan earlier on the same day at 4pm.


Poland meet Senegal on Tuesday afternoon as the final two teams to enter the 2018 World Cup clash in Moscow.

Senegal defender Saliou Ciss has been injured in training and been replaced on the World Cup roster by fellow left back Adama Mbengue.

Aside from Mane, a number of England-based players could feature for Senegal, including Stoke players Mame Biram Diouf and Badou Ndiaye; Everton’s Idrissa Gueye; Wolves’ Alfred N’Diaye; Birmingham’s Cheikh N’Doye; and West Ham’s Cheikhou Kouyate, who will captain the side.

Poland striker Arkadiusz Milik is set to be fit, despite suffering a freak hand injury when he slipped over at a sea life centre.


Possible line-ups:

Poland: Wojciech Szczesny; Maciej Rybus, Michal Pazdan, Jan Bednarek, Lukasz Piszczek; Kamil Grosicki, Jacek Goralski, Grzegorz Krychowiak, Jakub Blaszczykowski, Piotr Zielinski; Robert Lewandowski

Senegal: Khadim Ndiaye; Lamine Gassama, Kara Mbodji, Kalidou Koulibaly, Youssouf Sabaly; Pape Alioune Ndiaye, Cheikhou Kouyate, Gana Idrissa Gueye; Keita Balde, M’Baye Niang, Sadio Mane


Colombia 1-2 Japan: – FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia – June 19 (Group H) – Saransk, 1pm

Colombia 1-2 Japan – FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia – Tues  June 19 (Group H) – Saransk

Japan secured their first World Cup victory on European soil as Yuya Osako’s header earned a 2-1 win over 10-man Colombia in Saransk.

Player ratings

Colombia: Ospina (6), Murillo (6), Arias (6), Mojica (6), D. Sanchez (5), C. Sanchez (3), Cuadrado (5), Lerma (5), Quintero (6), Izquierdo (5), Falcao (6).

Subs: Barrios (6), Rodriguez (5), Bacca (5)

Japan: Kawashima (6), Shoji (6), Nagatomo (7), H. Sakai (7), Yoshida (7), Shibasaki (6), Haraguchi (6), Kagawa (7), Inui (7), Hasebe (6), Osako (8).

Subs: Honda (7), Yamaguchi (6), Okazaki (6)

Man of the match: Yuya Osako

What’s next?

Japan continue their quest for qualification from Group H when they travel to the Central Stadium in Yekaterinburg to face Senegal on Sunday (4pm BST kick-off). Colombia play Poland on the same day at the Kazan Arena at 7pm BST.


Colombia and Japan will both be looking to get off to winning starts when their World Cup campaigns get underway in Saransk on Tuesday lunchtime.

Colombia have a doubt over Rodriguez, who was absent from a training session last week due to a muscle problem.

Johan Mojica is set to deputise at left back for Frank Fabra, who is out of the tournament due to a knee injury.

Japan forward Shinji Okazaki may miss out with a calf problem, although midfielder Ryota Oshima and defender Gen Shoji are expected to be fit after they both recently returned to training.