Russian Federation ace Fedor Smolov doesn't want Cristiano Ronaldo's Confederations Cup Portugal shirt
- Author: Julie Sanders Jun 22, 2017,
Jun 22, 2017, 0:40
The matches of the 2018 World Cup will be held between June 14 and July 15 at 12 stadiums located in the 11 mentioned above cities across Russian Federation.
On Wednesday, June 21, 2017 at 21:00, will be a match of 2 rounds in Group A in the global tournament Confederation Cup, in which at the stadium "Fisht" in Sochi, Mexico will face off against New Zealand.
FIFA Confederations Cup Group A rivals Mexico and New Zealand know they need nothing short of victory in their clash in Sochi on Wednesday. New Zealand FIFA Confederations Cup Group B match live stream from 47,600-seat Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi, Russia, with streaming video provided by Fox Sports Go at this link, or by downloading the Fox Sports Go app to watch on tablet computers and smartphones.
In contrast, underdogs New Zealand must break their goal drought to have a chance against Mexico.
Mexico's preference allowed the All Whites to get organised, and to take a breather every now and then, and though they may have a stronger XI on the field on Thursday, their approach hasn't changed, so it will be interesting to see whether Anthony Hudson's men can use that to their advantage. "We must be ready for them".
Despite the accusations of fraud, and news that Cristiano Ronaldo may not stay at Real Madrid, the Portuguese star says that he is totally focused for today's match against the host country team.
Well, New Zealand is a Powerful Team, As they Got 3 Confident GOAL Keepers at FIFA Federation Cup 2017.
There was also no place for promising winger Hirving Lozano, 21, who signed a six-year contract for PSV Eindhoven on Monday.
The All Whites have had to travel 1,435 miles following their game against Russian Federation in Saint Petersburg on Saturday, but they have had an extra day of rest.
"We are professionals. We are just thinking about doing our best in the Confederations Cup and to go as far as we can in this tournament", he told reporters. For 95th-ranked NZ's sake, one must hope things are not too one-sided and they compete with their much-vaunted opposition, despite the clear gulf in class and rankings.