FIFA World Cup Today Matches

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2014 World Cup Update: Group H

2014 World Cup Update: Group H


Belgium’s manager, Marc Wilmots emphasized that even the genius Eden Hazard is not assured of a spot in the country’s starting XI.


Spoilt for choice, Wilmots roster of players brag an impressive resume that each one of them must work hard to justify their inclusion in the squad’s starting lineup. As he described it, “each player is perfectly replaceable.”


Nevertheless, when questioned if he already has a formidable starting lineup, Wilmots simply said yes. However, he chose not to disclose the players’ names.



Algeria may be the least favorite of football betting tips, but its head honcho, Vahid Halilhodzic confidently shared that they “can shock Belgium.”


Fondly called as Coach Vahid, Algeria’s main man stressed that his confidence stems from the “best preparations” that the team went through. Along with their rigid training, Halilhodzic is also very vocal about his big dreams for Algerian football. The renowned tactician expressed that he looks forward to making a “historic achievement” for the squad.



Russia’s Fabio Capello is positive that his experience in managing England is instrumental in helping Russia propel to success.
Capello mentioned that he must learn from his mistakes and use this to help the Russian squad improve. He also explained the importance of understanding the individual differences of his players. Currently, Capello shares that everything seems to go according to what has been planned. This is despite losing their experienced team captain, Roman Shirokov.


Korea Republic

In a recently concluded survey made by Gallup, Son Heung Min emerged as the key player that will help the Taegeuk Warriors advance to the next stage. Along with this, the survey also showed the waning confidence of South Korea in their national team’s performance during the competition.


According to Gallup Korea, less than 50% of the respondent interviewed between Tuesday to Wednesday believe that the squad will make it to the semi-finals. The Taegeuk Warriors have struggled greatly during their pre-World Cup friendlies and this could have affected the participants’ perception. This link, however has neither been confirmed nor supported by statistical bases.


On the other hand, Bayer Leverkusen’s Son Heung Min’s name cropped out as the squad’s main man, garnering an approval and support rate of 28% from the respondents.


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