World Cup: the latest on Vlahovic, Di Maria, Suarez and Kim

Tomorrow Uruguay and Korea are on the field in Group H, but there is also the decisive match between Serbia and Switzerland for Group G

Argentina, Di Maria’s conditions

Hours of apprehension at Albiceleste after Angel Di Maria’s stop yesterday in the match won against Poland, which earned them qualification for the round of 16 of the World Cup from first in the group.
However, Argentina fans can breathe a sigh of relief: there is in fact no muscle injury for the player, who has only suffered a quadriceps overload. To date, however, he is considered a doubt for the match against Australia scheduled for Saturday.

Serbia, Vlahovic is ready to play

“Vlhaovic’s condition has definitely improved since the first day of training in Doha. He and Mitrovic are in the ballot, but I’m not talking about training.” These are the statements of coach Stojkovic in view of tomorrow’s match against Switzerland, a decisive match for the continuation of the Serbian national team at the World Cup in Qatar.

Switzerland, Elvedi and Sommer in doubt

Coach Murat Yakin has to evaluate the conditions of Elvedi and Sommer, both at risk for tomorrow’s decisive match against Serbia. The reason? A severe cold, probably due to the air conditioning. The situation remains to be monitored. Instead, optimism is growing for the use of Shaqiri and Okafor on the field, recovered from the physical ailments complained of in recent days.

Uruguay, Suarez’s words in view of Ghana

Tomorrow Uruguay will be called to win against Ghana to access the round of 16 of the World Cup. Luis Suarez spoke like this at the press conference, recalling the match between the two teams in 2010 in South Africa which saw the South Americans emerge victorious. Here is an excerpt from the attacker’s words: “Perhaps the players who talk about ‘revenge’ were eight years old and don’t even remember it or have seen it in photos. The other day we went to play with Portugal and no one spoke of ‘revenge’ because we eliminated them in 2018. You can’t live with things from the past and think about a rematch. I screwed up with Chiellini – (the bite in 2014, ed) – and then I played again against him and the I gave a hand and a hug.”

South Korea questions Kim’s ownership

South Korea tomorrow engaged against Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal, ready to play for the last chances of passing the next round. Kim Min-jae’s presence from the 1st minute remains in doubt due to physical problems; the Napoli defender has come out battered from the last few meetings and did not take part in the first part of the training session today.

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