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Eden Hazard: 'It is my time to shine'

04 July 2018

The World Cup final will take place on Sunday 15th July at 4pm. The answers, delivered over a five-goal second half that saw the Europeans come back from two goals down to find an injury-time victor: Japan absolutely belonged, and Belgium has the stomach to fight back. In Belgium vs Japan match, the former appears to be the clear favourite.

Belgium overwhelmed Panama and Tunisia by a combined score of 8-2 and then pulled out a 1-0 victory against England to claim the top spot. It was the World Cup, and we were faced with the depth and the strength of Belgium.

Belgium became the first side to win a World Cup knockout game from two goals down since 1970, making the loss all the more gut-wrenching for Japan and their supporters.

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But before setting up the second goal it looked like Neymar's game - or even his World Cup - could be over with 20 minutes to go. Neymar, who was given the lowest score by users of the BBC Player Rater , said the Brazilian players "have to learn to suffer".

Brazil are desperate to make amends for their humiliating exit on home soil four years ago.

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Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio on a certain Brazilian player - whom he did not name - wasting time. In celebration of our City Centurions' remarkable, record-smashing season, we are running a 100-themed summer feature. "We have good training sessions, and I'm sure we'll be ready tomorrow".

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"We have players that can change a game, we brought players from the bench who made the difference, so today we are just happy to have won and have gone through to the quarter-finals".

"When we went 2-0 down (against Japan) there was the psychological feeling of "ok, we have nothing to lose", which freed us up".

"I don't like to have too many days off between games", he said.

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"I'm absolutely sure this team will continue to be one of the the best in the world". I'm sad, I'm frustrated - I think that's quite normal.

"I think that it's a display of endurance and willpower, of wanting to represent my country".

Eden Hazard: 'It is my time to shine'