Eden Hazard Predicted a Very Accurate World Cup Bracket

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The two European nations will go head to head in the World Cup's semi-finals stage in a hugely anticipated clash with a final on the line.

The Chelsea winger has Belgium incorrectly beating Poland in the last 16, correctly beating Brazil in the quarter-final and meeting France in the final four.

"We have spoken a few times over the phone", Hazard said. That is down to desire, they wanted to make it happen.

World Cups and Neymar really do seem like they don't mix.

"We want to keep making that history".

The Chelsea star has scored two and set up two in Russian Federation as he bids to captain Belgium to World Cup glory.

Martinez has praised his assistant coach Henry for helping the 25-year-old improve over this tournament, but the former Wigan and Everton manager says that Lukaku's improvement is ultimately down to his own determination to become the best.

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"In football it's all about the winning of titles and it is when I've won trophies that I have had my greatest memories in the game", he said. We are with you. Players have to be courageous to change the way we play and we had two days to do it.

Neymar was ruled out by injury four years ago when Brazil slumped to a 7-1 defeat against Germany with Scolari in charge.

Everyone knew about the array of talent running through the Belgium side, from Thibaut Courtois in goal to Kevin De Bruyne in midfield and Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku up front. "His presence, his World Cup experience, it is all a very positive influence", said defender Toby Alderweireld before the start of the tournament. "The feeling is bitter".

The squad left Kazan on Saturday without talking to reporters.

The winner of France and Belgium will take on the victor of the second semi-final between England and Croatia in next weekend's final.

Raphael Varane's towering header gave Deschamps's men the lead before Uruguayan goalkeeper Fernando Muslera's terrible error gifted Antoine Griezmann the game-clinching goal.

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