Шведска е во четвртфиналето, заврши настапот за Швајцарија

Шведска со минимални 1-0 ја победи Швајцарија и се пласира меѓу осумте најдобри на Светското првенство во Русија.

Шведска е претпоследниот четвртфиналист откако денеска за еден гол беше подобра од Швајцарија.

Шведска беше подобар противник во најголемиот дел од натпреварот, особено пред постигнувањето на единствениот погодок.

По неколкуте пропуштени шанси, Форсберг погоди во 66. минута и донесе водство од 1-0 кое на крајот се покажа и како конечен резултат.


Швајцарија со реми (2-2) против Костарика обезбеди осминафинале

Фудбалерите на Швајцарија на „Нижни Новгород стадион“ ремизираа против Костарика со резултат 2-2 (1-0) и како второпласирани од групата Е обезбедија пласман во нокаут-фазата.

Switzerland v Costa Rica – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ – Match 42


Прв пресврт на СП: Швајцарија ја разоружа Србија во вториот дел

Србија се радуваше на почетокот, Швајцарија на крајот од натпреварот во Калининград во рамки на второто коло во групата Е на Светското фудбалско првенство во Русија. Александар Митровиќ погоди во петтата минута за северниот сосед, Гранит Џака израмни на 1:1 во 52. минута, а трите бода за швајцарската репрезентација (1:2) ги обезбеди Џердан Шаќири по контрата во 90. минута.

Serbia v Switzerland – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ – Match 26


Ниту Бразил не стартуваше со победа, цврстата Швајцарија како „столб“ (1-1)

По ремито на Шпанија и Аргентина, и поразот за Германија, уште еден фаворит за освојување на титулата во Русија не успеа да го стартува Мундијалот со победа. Бразил беше задржан од цврстата Швајцарија за само 1:1 по 90 минути на стадионот во Ростов.

Brazil v Switzerland – 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ – Match 9


Осумминутно шоу на Алиоски

Македонскиот репрезентативец Езгијан Алиоски го запиша своето име во историјата на швајцарскиот фудбал, откако во неделата, постигна три гола за само осум минити.

Лугано, во 27.коло во швајцарската Супер лига, го совлада Сион со 4:2, а Алиоски ги постигна првите три гола на натпреварот. Македонскиот репрезентативец во периодот од 17.та до 25-та минута постигна три гола (првиот и третиот од пенал).

Ова е најбрзиот хет-трик во историјата на швајцарската Супер лига.

Switzerland 1 – 1 (4 – 5) Poland

Adam Nawalka’s side are into the quarter-finals for the first time in their history, surviving a revival from the Swiss before a superb performance in the shootout

Granit Xhaka’s woeful penalty proved decisive as Poland beat Switzerland 5-4 in a shooutout to render redundant Xherdan Shaqiri’s sublime goal in a 1-1 draw after extra time.

With Switzerland trailing 1-0 courtesy of Jakub Blaszczykowski’s 39th-minute strike, Shaqiri produced a brilliantly executed bicycle kick to stun Poland and force an additional 30 minutes.

However, if Shaqiri’s strike is now the standout contender for goal of the tournament, team-mate Xhaka’s missed penalty was at the opposite end of the quality spectrum, the new Arsenal signing smashing his strike well wide of the target with Switzerland’s second effort to leave them playing catch-up.

Grzergorz Krychowiak made no mistake with his chance to wrap up the victory, burying his shot beyond Yann Sommer and sending Poland into the last eight for the first time.

Poland dominated early on Saint-Etienne but the pressure had been building prior to the 82nd-minute equaliser – Ricardo Rodriguez drawing a fantastic save from Lukasz Fabianski with a free kick, while Haris Seferovic rattled the crossbar.

But it was Poland who were ultimately celebrating and they will now face the winner of the clash between Croatia and Portugal.

The anthems had barely finished when a Swiss defensive mix-up led to a chance for Robert Lewandowski.

Sommer’s throw was not dealt with well by Johan Djourou, forcing the goalkeeper to rush out and deny Lewandowski a shot at goal, before Arkadiusz Milik lifted over the crossbar of an unguarded net.

Poland continued to look most likely to break the deadlock, with Krychowiak heading over unmarked and Kamil Grosicki miscuing his shot, and Milik skied an effort from close range following a quick counter-attack.

A rare chance fell Switzerland’s way in the 35th minute but Fabian Schar could only head straight at Fabianski from a corner, while Blerim Dzemaili forced the keeper to tip over his crossbar with a deflected strike soon afterwards.

With the Swiss beginning to settle, Blaszczykowski‘s opener was well timed. A Grosicki pass found the Borussia Dortmund midfielder in plenty of space on the right-hand side of the penalty area and he had plenty of time to pick a shot between Sommer’s legs to give Poland a deserved lead.

The goal was Blaszczykowski’s second in as many matches and he almost added further to his tally after cutting inside and unleashing a shot from 20 yards eight minutes into the second half, with Sommer able to push the ball out for a corner.

Schar escaped with a yellow card following a late and heavy challenge on Lewandowski as the match became fractious, but Switzerland did show signs of life in attack following the introduction of youngster Breel Embolo in place of Dzemaili.

Fabianski showed great strength to beat Embolo to a cross and cling on to the ball in the 67th minute, before launching himself across goal to superbly keep out a Rodriguez free-kick that looked destined for the top corner.

The pressure was mounting and Seferovic hit the crossbar from 12 yards as Poland failed to clear their lines, before Shaqiri made the breakthrough in truly spectacular fashion. A cross from the left bounced out to the edge of the box, where the Stoke City winger positioned himself to send an overhead kick hurtling into the bottom-right corner.

While the opening period of extra time passed without incident, the momentum was firmly behind Switzerland and Poland were forced on the back foot, with Fabianski producing another fantastic save to deny an Eren Derdiyok header after the break.

Chances to prevent penalties came and went for both sides in the closing stages of extra time but it was left to penalties to settle the tie and it was Xhaka who became the villain for Switzerland as Poland proved perfect from 12 yards.

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Switzerland‬ 0-0 ‪‎France‬, Highlights

France topped Group A despite being held to a 0-0 draw by Switzerland – who also qualified for the last 16 – in Lille.The hosts were left frustrated after Dimitri Payet and Paul Pogba hit the woodwork and goalkeeper Yann Sommer denied Antoine Griezmann.

Well-drilled Switzerland struggled to create and never seriously tested Hugo Lloris in the France goal but got the point they needed to bag a spot in the second round.

Payet, who had scored in both of France’s previous games, and N’Golo Kante were benched by boss Didier Deschamps with the team having already qualified from the group.

Without the key pair the hosts began nervously and Pogba almost scored an own goal when he sliced Xherdan Shaqiri’s 10th-minute corner in the area.

But, two minutes later, he came close to the opener at the right end when Sommer spilled his effort onto the top of the bar.

Juventus midfielder Pogba was at the heart of France’s early attacking efforts and Sommer denied him again when he superbly turned away his drive.

Pogba continued his one-man assault in the 17th minute and his 25-yard shot clipped the bar but, despite dominating much of the half, France failed to net.

Pogba’s four shots in the opening 17 minutes were as many as he had had in France’s opening two games as he rampaged forward.

Andre-Pierre Gignac forced Sommer into a low save seven minutes after the break and then the ball had to be replaced after it burst following Valon Behrami’s tackle on Griezmann.

Atletico Madrid forward Griezmann’s shot was parried over soon after following a neat one-two with Gignac with Switzerland struggling to offer any attacking threat of their own.

Stoke midfielder Shaqiri tried and failed to find a way through France but resilient Switzerland continued to battle away and deserved a point, although they survived a scare with 15 minutes remaining.

In-form Payet, a former Lille player, had been brought on with 27 minutes left as France chased the opener and the West Ham man almost grabbed it.

Moussa Sissoko’s barnstorming run down the right ended with the Newcastle midfielder crossing for Payet – only for his stunning first-time volley to crash off the underside of the bar.

The 29-year-old then sliced wide with time running out and his late free-kick hit team-mate Blaise Matuidi in the wall.

And Switzerland were denied a penalty in injury time when Blerim Dzemaili was tugged in the area by Bacary Sagna as the sides settled for a point.