Alexis Sanchez reveals why he wants Belgium to win World Cup

Alexis Sanchez Romelu Lukaku

Alexis Sanchez Romelu Lukaku

"We are going to rest really well and going to really try to win that match".

If only the rest of the world could take a note from Japan's World Cup contingent, than maybe the world would be a brighter, friendlier, and cleaner place. "I want it to be Brazil's", he said.

"This is a group of players who know what they are doing on the pitch, so I expect a very, very hard game, one where we will have to concentrate at all times because they are capable of creating problems due to that dynamic approach they have".

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However, he refused to look past Japan towards a potential quarter-final against Mexico or Brazil. 'It's complicated. We're facing the best team in the world.

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"Ronaldo and Messi are not in the World Cup anymore so now it's time to shine", Hazard told a news conference on Sunday ahead of their last 16 tie against Japan at the Rostov Arena on Monday.

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The ones who played against England got a good experience, and the ones that have been rested, it's like they've been waiting to get back on the pitch.

"Maybe Belgium feel the tournament is starting after their three wins, but I'd like to feel we are on a par with them". We need to play together, give everything then see what happens. I think Belgium will be world champion'.

"Just a little bit more.it was a harsh result", said Kenta Saito, 61, a former school football coach and a qualified referee.

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