Published: Tue, July 10, 2018
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Russia's national football team will achieve a better result at the next FIFA World Cup in 2022 in Qatar, the team's chief coach, Stanislav Cherchesov pledged on Sunday.

Even though the top favourite teams Brazil and Argentina have both been eliminated, there is still a lot of interest remaining among everyone as to who will lift the coveted trophy in Russian Federation this time! "Every fifth viewer thinks that England will win, 15 percent think that Belgium will win, and 14 percent believe in Croatia's victory", the pollster said in a statement.

One of the big success stories of the World Cup so far has been the welcome the Russians have given to visitors regardless of nationality, colour or religion. "In Qatar in four years we will do better", Cherchesov said to thousands of fans in the Fan Zone in Moscow. "That in future we talk about them", said Blazevic, now 83, and known in Croatia as the "coach of all coaches".


Zlatko Dalic's men defeated tournament hosts Russian Federation 4-3 on penalties after a topsy-turvy 2-2 stalemate in Sochi on Saturday. "But it will be more hard for us there without you, so, please go there", he said.

Victoria Lopyreva, glamorous ambassador for the soccer World Cup in Russia and a former Miss Russia, urged England fans on Monday to ignore politics and travel to Moscow to support their team in Wednesday's semi-final against Croatia. "We played for you with your heart and soul, these guys have made history".

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