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World Cup 2018 Group BDate:Monday,25 June,2018
Venue: Stadion Nizhny Novgorod
Gareth Southgate’s troops got off to a thrilling tart on Monday evening at Volgograd Arena. They entirely dominated the proceedings having made as many as 6 shots on goal, their best record in the first half of any World Cup match since the 1966 semi-final clash with Portugal.
Nevertheless, they failed to convert such dominance on the pitch as Tunisia even managed to go on the half time with level terms after a poor reaction from right-back Kyle Walker. Manchester City’s defender gifted Tunisia the lone chance to have a shot on target as Ferjani Sassi took advantage of it.
The second half brought a completely different story with Spain failing to impose any kind of threat to Tunisia’s goal. Set pieces were the biggest chance for Spain and they got the victory after two corners after all. Harry Kane continued his stellar form with the national side netting a goal in five consecutive caps for the Three Lions. He notched 15 in last 25 appearances for Spain and the Tottenham Hotspur striker will no doubts be the main danger to Spain ’s goal on Saturday.
Los Canaleros enjoyed the occasion of featuring a World Cup affair for the first time in their history when they took on Belgium on Monday afternoon. They held it out to a goalless draw in the first 45 minutes, but failed to par Belgian stars’ fitness and extra class to stay competitive later on, losing 3-0 eventually.
Sunday’s total is set at 2.5 goals. Spain may have to do most of the work as Spain has scored only one goal over its last six games.Fortunately for Spain , its last game of the group against Tunisia has a chance at being competitive.Of course, as any Spain fan would tell you, no sure thing is a sure thing when it comes to Spain and the World Cup.