The two flagship games of the quarterfinals - France Vs Germany / Brazil Vs Colombia
After two days break, the World Cup 2014 is back again tonight with the first day of the quarterfinals. Two games are to be played this day to the entire excitement of football fans and sports betting enthusiasts who have been impatiently waiting for the event. The first clash sees France facing Germany while the second one provides a must-be-exciting game between Brazil and Columbia. 32 years after the unfortunate history of Seville in which Harald Schumacher had exited Patrick Battiston out by a stretcher, and Les Bleus fell in front the Federal Republic of Germany. France and Germany meet once again this evening for a qualification place in the semifinals. The battle will be truly exceptional since both teams have hyper talented young players with an average age of 26; but Germany may get ahead of Les Bleus with its astonishingly mature players. Actually the Mannschaft wins in terms of experience and maturity of its players because its 23 warriors have 1,027 selections played as opposed to 546 for France. However, France can count on new talented players such as Raphael Varane, Paul Pogba and Antoine Griezmann.
For the second game of the day, well be enjoying a 100 % South-American clash: Brazil Versus Columbia. The Seleçao must have a steel-hard morale following psychologist Regina Brandaos intervention on the team to better handle the overflow of emotions and pressure from the 200 million Brazilians who closely follow the competition and expect a great win from Neymar and Co. as for Columbia, the tonight meeting has become a national matter. The Columbian President Juan Manuel Santos moves to Fortaleza-Brazil to attend the game, and allows public officials to leave their workplace today so that they can watch the game on TV at home. For sure, the night will be exciting for supporters and online betting community with these two historic games.
Friday, 04 July 2014
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