France vs Belgium Live Score Streaming, FIFA World Cup 2018 Semi Final Live Streaming: With the 2018 World Cup in Russia entering the semifinal round, the stage is set for a thrilling contest between two of the most attack-minded teams in the tournament so far – France and Belgium. While Belgium have scored the most number of goals in Russia, they have also appeared to be a little weaker when defending. France, on the other hand, have been absolutely entertaining in front, with the teenager Kylian Mbappe running down the opposition with his pace and dribbling. They defeated Uruguay 2-0 in the quarters, and will be eager to book a ticket to the final. Catch live updates as we build up towards France’s World Cup semifinal match against Belgium.
For the uninitiated, the All England Club, which conducts The Championships at Wimbledon has a strict no-football policy. It means, for example, that when England were beating Sweden in the quarter-final, those watching the games over at The Championships, were blissfully unaware of the goings-on in Russia. But, since England is losing its mind over the fact that its team actually has a World Cup final in sight, it was recently reported that the All England Club has allowed spectators to follow the World Cup scores or commentary on their cell-phones as long as they are not causing a disturbance to others. Anyhow, let’s get back to what Mr Federer had to say about the Gentlemen’s singles, in which he could be playing, clashing with that ghastly thing called the football world cup final.
FIFA says players from the youth soccer team rescued from a cave in Thailand will not be able to attend the World Cup final. The sport’s world governing body says it has been informed by Thai authorities that the 12 boys and their coach “will not be in a position to travel” for health reasons. FIFA expressed its “great joy” at the rescue and says its “priority remains the health of everyone involved in the operation.”
They’re getting the World Cup croissants ready in Paris. Paris, Russia, that is. The village of Paris just outside the Russian city of Nizhny Novgorod is embracing its French links ahead of the World Cup semifinal match between France and Belgium. The village cafe is decorated with images of the Eiffel Tower and is preparing croissants for the game, plus a Russian menu for any French guests who might happen to drop by.
Mayor Sergei Gromov says “we were supporting Russia but now it’s turned out like that (that Russia was eliminated), we’re going to support France and wish it success.”
The village’s full name is In Memory Of The Paris Commune, a reference to a socialist rebellion in 19th-century France. The name is so unwieldy most locals use Paris for short. Not everyone in Paris is pro-France, though. Villager Elena Vasilyeva says she’s cheering on Belgium because “they’re a real team.”