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It was a victory for all of France and the home crowd did it justice, pouring into Paris’ Champs-Elysees Avenue by the tens of thousands to celebrate in an explosion of joy.
FRANCE 4, CROATIA 2
Paul Pogba, Kylian Mbappe, and Antoine Griezmann scored for France, which also benefitted from an own goal by Croatia.
The four people could face penalties of up to 11,500 rubles ($185) or 160 hours of community service.
There’s excitement in the air in Croatia, where the national team has the chance to win the biggest prize in soccer for the first time.
Galaxy 3, Revolution 2
Chris Pontius scored twice, including the winner in extra time, to snap the Revolution’s seven-game unbeaten streak
Belgium 2, England 0
Belgians earned best World Cup finish with 2-0 blanking of England in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Galaxy at Revolution (Gillette Stadium, 7:30 p.m., NBCSB)
Los Angeles boasts attacking weapons Romain Alessandrini, Ola Kamara, Giovani dos Santos, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
France is one of the youngest teams in the tournament; Croatia has Luka Modric, still in his prime at 32.
CROATIA 2, ENGLAND 1
Mario Mandzukic scored the clincher in the second half of extra time to secure a spot in Sunday’s final against France.
England vs. Croatia | 2 p.m. (FOX)
After plenty of heartbreak, manager Gareth Southgate’s team is one victory away from the World Cup final.
FRANCE 1, BELGIUM 0
Samuel Umtiti scored the only goal with a header in the 51st minute.
It’s not yet clear what role De Bruyne, a midfielder, will play in Tuesday’s World Cup semifinal against France.
After winning in penalty kicks the last two matches, the upstart Croats vow they’ll be ready for the Brits.
CROATIA 2, RUSSIA 2
Ivan Rakitic scored the deciding penalty after a 2-2 draw.
Belgium 2, Brazil 1
Kevin De Bruyne’s first-half strike lifted Belgium into a final four matchup with France.
SOUNDERS VS. REVOLUTION | SATURDAY, 7:30 P.M.
The Revolution are in the midst of their longest unbeaten streak since 2015.
France 2, Uruguay 0
A header and a deflected goal put France in its first World Cup semfinal in 12 years.
The quarterfinals kicked off Friday, with some compelling matchups as the tournament reaches its final stages.
Westborough’s Kylie Bradley, an all-conference soccer player at Maine Maritime, was nominated by the North Atlantic Conference for its Woman of the Year Award.
WORLD CUP NOTEBOOK
Friday’s quarterfinal brings together the two highest-ranked teams left in the tournament.
WORLD CUP QUARTERFINALS
Belgium hasn’t reached the semifinals since 1986.
WORLD CUP QUARTERFINALS
Uruguay has given up only one goal in four World Cup matches, and France has scored seven.
ENGLAND 1, COLOMBIA 1
England prevailed, 4-3, in the shootout as Jordan Pickford saved Carlos Bacca’s kick for the win.
Sweden 1, Switzerland 0
Forsberg scored in the 66th minute on a deflected goal as the Swedes will next play England on Saturday in Samara.
Revolution 3, D.C. United 2
Cristian Penilla scored two goals, including the decisive score on a penalty kick in the 78th minute.
Here’s a look at the options for extracting the 12 boys and the coach from the cave in northern Thailand and why it could take some time.
BELGIUM 3, JAPAN 2
Belgium became first team since 1970 to come back from two-goal deficit in World Cup knockout match.
BRAZIL 2, MEXICO 0
Neymar flaunted his flair with a goal, an assist, and some theatrics in a 2-0 victory over Mexico.
New England’s first-year head coach discusses his team’s six-game unbeaten streak, his coaching experience, and the World Cup.
CROATIA 1, DENMARK 1 (CROATIA WINS ON PK, 3-2)
Danijel Subasic saved three penalties to help Croatia beat Denmark, 3-2, in a shootout after a 1-1 draw.
RUSSIA 1, SPAIN 1 (RUSSIA WINS ON PK, 4-3)
Goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev saved spot-kicks from Jorge ‘‘Koke’’ Resurreccion and Iago Aspas, and four of his teammates all scored.
FRANCE 4, ARGENTINA 3
The teenager scored twice in a five-minute span in the second half.
URUGUAY 2, PORTUGAL 1
Edinson Cavani scored twice to lead Uruguay into the quarterfinals.
The event quite clearly transcends sport, and a quality team is a source of immense pride for a country.
UNITED AT REVOLUTION | SATURDAY, 7:30 (NBCSB)
The Revolution get back in action after a two-week break, facing the United at Gillette Stadium.
Tunisia 2, Panama 1
Wahbi Khazri set up a second-half goal and then scored one of his own to help Tunisia secure its first victory in a World Cup in four decades.
Belgium 1, England 0
Belgium will face Japan on Monday in Rostov-on-Don, while England takes on Colombia on Tuesday in Moscow.
Colombia 1, Senegal 0
Senegal became the first team ever eliminated by a new tiebreaker — number of yellow cards.
Poland 1, Japan 0
Despite losing to Poland, Japan advanced because of a newly implemented tiebreaker — fewer yellow cards.
Switzerland 2, Costba Rica 2
Switzerland qualified for the round of 16, where it will play Sweden.
Brazil 2, Serbia 0
Paulinho and Thiago Silva scored a goal each Wednesday to give the five-time champions a 2-0 victory.
Sweden 3, Mexico 0
Mexico moved into the round of 16 thanks to South Korea’s surprising win over Germany.
South Korea 2, Germany 0
This is the first time since 1938 that Germany has been eliminated in the first round.
Fan IDs that double as entry visas require a ticket number, but an England supporters’ group found the same details can be submitted for multiple Fan IDs and can be from past games.
Croatia 2, Iceland 1
Croatia, which already had qualified for the round of 16, ended Iceland’s World Cup run.
Argentina 2, Nigeria 1
It wasn’t until Marcos Rojo’s 86th-minute strike that Argentina was assured of a place in the round of 16.