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It's no secret that Osorio want to pit his wits against the very best managers out there, work with players on a daily basis and try his hand in Europe.

At times in Rostov-on-Don, Belgium looked hamstrung by Japan's pressing tactics and needed more than an hour to unshackle themselves and set about a dramatic come-from-behind victory after falling 2-0 down.

Tite said Willian was given more freedom to roam in the second half and it paid off as the Chelsea player constantly stretched the Mexican defence from wide positions.

Abhijit: It's hard to not feel for Japan after yesterday's match, but the win for Belgium is an absolute bonkers news for any football fan.

Neymar has had an unspectacular World Cup so far, although by no means unproductive.

"It's a red card nowadays because they've spotted somebody stand on his foot, but the pain threshold of Neymar is just incredibly low I must admit".

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Hull has been a birdie machine this year as she ranks third on Tour in the category. "How hard was it?" I'm wearing a skirt. Lexi Thompson, Danielle Kang and Michelle Wie , who would have made a nice final trio for television, never did get going.

Brazil superstar Neymar, who has scored twice so far to help set up a quarterfinal meeting with Belgium in Russian Federation, has been heavily criticised for a string of theatrical reactions when clashing with an opponent.

Kompany, goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, Kevin de Bruyne and Eden Hazard have won the Premier League eight times between them. I just have to play football, help my team, I came to win, not for something else. And many wondered whether Japan deserved to be in the round of 16 at all. If we give Brazil a chance, they will take it. Most teams would have dropped their heads from being 2-0 down right after half-time, but Belgium kept probing and used the deficit as motivation to get back into the game.

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"We will have a real clarity of how to play against players like Neymar and Philippe Coutinho, that can change the game in a second". We'll find out on Sunday when the face Brazil in the quarter final. Paulinho has had a good season with FC Barcelona, where his ability to break into the box and score key goals was important, but that doesn't make him one of the great passers in the game.

"We wasted a lot of time because of one single player", Osorio said.

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