Lots of upsets will be happening in the world cup 2018 so far. Today one of the them as Five time champions Team Brazil beat against Belgium with 2-1 score yesterday at Kazan Arena. With This victory Belgium goes to Semi Final where they face to France on 10th July. Brazil are out from the competition so There are no South American sides left at Russia 2018.
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BRA vs BEL Quarter final Result
Brazil 1 – 2 Belgium
From Belgium Fernandinho scored a goal in 13th Minutes and K. De Bruyne scored in 31st Minutes. In half stage belgium 2-0 ahead but late goal from the R. Augusto in 76th Minutes second half for Brazil but it still not enough for selecao to beat the belgium as they are 2-1 ahead.
With this 2:1 win, Belgium have given them chance to get close playing 2018 world cup final. Belgium team will be playing France in the first semi-final of tournament on July 10.
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That finish from @DeBruyneKev ?
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