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July 21 2018, 07:59 | Van Peters
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The group stages at the 2018 FIFA World Cup have been completed with Colombia, Japan, England and Belgium the final four teams to complete the last 16.
A Japanese fan celebrates after the group H match between Japan and Poland, as his team squeezed into the final 16 despite losing the match 1-0. We were fully committed and maybe because we were fully committed, we got more yellow cards.
Both also have the same goal difference, same number of goals scored in group matches and were also equal on all head-to-head records (The match between the two teams on June 24 had ended 2-2).
Here's the goal, a thundering header by Yerry Mina in the 74th minute, that won Group H for Colombia.
"England are a young team that is in harmony, very confident, they have excellent individual players and they've managed to pass the group stage quite comfortably".
Both sides - packed with Premier League talent - have sailed through Group G, winning their two games and are now in the curious situation of weighing up whether they even want to top the section. None of the teams had a red card.
"We realise that all the teams have very good things, excellent players".
Cisse said they had been well aware of the rules and that they had to be respected.