The World Cup quarter-finals begin with a fascinating clash between Uruguay and France in Nizhny Novgorod.
Only four sides have scored more goals in Russia than Didier Deschamps’ France, while only Brazil can match Uruguay for just one goal conceded.
A defensive combination of Atletico Madrid team-mates Diego Godin and Jose Gimenez are poised to give France a difficult afternoon, though.
A tight contest awaits, and that would be in keeping with a remarkable run of games between these two teams. Of their last five meetings, four finished 0-0 and the other ended 1-0.
Neither side are going to want to give anything away early on, and France have been particularly cautious in the early stages. Only two of their seven goals have come in the opening period.
Mbappe was sensational against Argentina in the previous round, but the Argies’ lack of discipline in defence is well-noted. Uruguay will be far more organised, and may choose to sit deep, negating the teenager’s rapid pace.
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