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ibusinesslines.com July 17, 2018


World Cup has broken stereotypes about Russia Vladimir Putin

10 July 2018, 04:37 | Erica Roy

Mr Trump will “hold Russia accountable for its malign activities” according to senior officials

Mr Trump would “hold Russia accountable for its malign activities”

"The entire country of Russian Federation is in love with us".

"(Putin) watched, he was rooting for the team.

"It is a good story to remind us of our game against Spain, for our country it is great step forward. They were dying on the pitch, we are proud with them", Peskov was quoted as saying.

Mutiu Adepoju showed empathy for Russian Federation following their World Cup exit to Croatia on Saturday evening.

We do however, have a reasonable idea of the issues the two leaders and their aides will have mapped out before the meeting: the areas where they each want something from their counterpart, and the places they are willing to give ground. Thank you for everything! All the players taken in the team was the best, said the coach.

Coach Stanislav of Cherchesov commented on? of the match, and also spoke on the topic of team selection.

Upon arrival back in Moscow, the team said on Twitter that it would meet with fans at the FIFA Fan Zone in Moscow on July 8.

Most experts did not expect Russian Federation to advance this far into the tournament, but against the odds, the team made it to the quarter-finals. Unfortunately, the Russian team failed to reach the semifinals of the 2018 world Cup.


Russia's host nation status had been met with resistance by some in the West who suggested the tournament could be unsafe and play into the hands of Putin, who stands accused by Washington of conducting "malign activities" around the world.

They are hoping to have Alan Dzagoev available for the first time since the Saudi Arabia match.

"It's unfortunate, but nonetheless it was a great game", he wrote on Twitter.

Herman Gref, the chief executive of the state-owned lender Sberbank, which arranged the worldwide congress on cybersecurity, said he hoped that the leaders of both countries would pay attention to the struggle against cybersecurity.

Moscow's pedestrian streets have been flooded with fans and locals who have celebrated the world's most prestigious soccer tournament until the small hours of the morning. Well done to our guys, they tried very hard.

Russian fans celebrated late into the night after the host team exceeded expectations on July 1 and defeated powerful Spain, ranked No. 10 in the world by Federation Internationale de Football Association, also on penalty kicks, building the anticipation and hopes for the quarterfinal match.

The men in red themselves sounded inconsolable on Saturday but their mood appears to have brightened by the time they had returned to Moscow to greet their worshipping fans.



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