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FIFA World Cup 2014: Race to Enter Semifinals Start Tomorrow, Top 8 Teams Gear Up to Exhibit Best Show

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FIFA World Cup 2014: Race to Enter Semifinals Start Tomorrow, Top 8 Teams Gear Up to Exhibit Best Show

July 03
11:42 2014

fifaBrazil, Thursday, July 3 – The experience of witnessing FIFA World Cup 2014 live can’t be easy for anyone to describe in words. For the audience, it is far beyond than the feel of following just a soccer game. It is an occasion which makes people across the world to gather at one place and get painted in the color of joy. The game of football is something to treasure for a long span of time for both contesting teams and the viewers. The lifeline of this popular game is none other than the die-hard fans, who try their best efforts to get match tickets much prior to the scheduled time or glued with their TV sets to watch live telecast.

On one hand, the supporters of winning team couldn’t stop themselves thanking the Almighty, while on the other hand, it becomes difficult for the followers of losing team to shed their tears. People have keenly been waiting for FIFA as soon as the New Year started. And see, time flies faster than one thought. The event has already entered into the quarterfinals round wherein best teams will leave no stone unturned to book their berths in the semifinals.

By this time, it has been amazing to see a few teams like Uruguay and Chile, defeating potential winners like Italy and Spain, respectively, in the first stage. Though both the winners could not go far in the Round of 16, however, they victories show that nothing is impossible when a players’ group is determined to emerge as a real victor at any point of time. As quarterfinals have been scheduled to take place on July 4 and July 5, the winners of knockout clash for instance Netherlands, Costa Rica, Argentina, Belgium, Germany, France, Brazil and Columbia are preparing themselves to go ahead by defeating their opponents.

On Friday, France will compete against Germany and Brazil in opposition to Columbia. Argentina vs. Belgium and Netherlands vs. Costa Rica are likely to grab eyeballs as these two matches, to be played on Saturday, will give a clear picture of the top four teams. Winners of these four quarterfinal matches will hit the road to the semifinals, which are to be held on July 8 and 9. Loosing squad of the semis will fight for the third place on July 12, while winners will fight for the soccer’s international title in the final match, which has been listed to take place on Sunday, July 13.

It will be interesting to watch Lionel Messi of Argentina, the Brazilian footballer Neymar or any other player win the race to the golden boot. As of now, viewers are all set to see the contests and support their favorite team. If truth be told, football fever has gripped the fans completely at the present more than before and it wouldn’t be astonishing to see jam-packed stadiums of Brazil in coming matches of the ongoing tournament. So, let us wait and watch which teams live up to their supporters’ expectations and which do not succeed in this regard.

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