England would hate to lose to Sweden, says Sven-Goran Eriksson

England would hate to lose to Sweden, says Sven-Goran Eriksson

'We are asking Federation Internationale de Football Association to review these two decisions in order to set a precedent for a clean game where fair, legal play prevails and is a guarantee for both teams'.

"That's what I told all the players: if we go through and get two yellows, and [Olivier] Giroud and [Blaise] Matuidi got their cards [earlier in the tournament] for their gestures, certain words, it's completely unnecessary".

Les Bleus face Brazil or Belgium in St Petersburg on Tuesday.

Author of France's second goal against Uruguay, Antoine Griezmann, said he didn't celebrate his goal because he had friends and colleagues playing against him.

"Brazil have the best depth to their squad and have lots of options, and for that reason I think they will win it", he said.

Griezmann scored his goal, which was similar to the one scored by Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale against Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius in the Champions League final, in the 61st minute.

The veteran manager, who was at the north London club for 22 years, picked his country of birth, France, as one of his favourites to win the competition, but also feels Brazil and England are in with a good shout.

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"I've already said enough about Cavani".

Edinson Cavani is the major injury doubt for the South Americans.

"Oh, I've seen that!", said the Manchester City defender at a press conference yesterday.

At Euro 2016, heavily fancied Belgium was considered to be on the easier side of the draw to make the final but ended up being knocked out at the quarterfinal stage by Wales, which was in its first major competition in almost 60 years. "That will hurt them the most". Brazil, to the surprise of some, has allowed just one goal in its four games. "Today we were really strong, mentally speaking".

Uruguay will have to decide whether to retain Tabarez, whose contract is set to expire, but the 71-year-old said it would be his decision on whether he returns.

"They are probably the dirtiest team I've ever come up against, in respect of when we won the penalty, surrounding the referee, pushing the referee, the headbutt that you've all seen, scuffing the penalty spot".