We are getting a little closer to the final, and the posters are more and more beautiful.
The quarter-finals will begin Friday at 4 p.m., with Croatia-Brazil.
The Croats overcame the Japanese after a penalty shootout (1-1, 3-1 on pens) dominated by their goalkeeper, Dominik Livakovic, who scored three saves on the four Japanese shots.
They will have a lot to do against the Brazilians, authors of an impressive demonstration against South Korea.
Neymar and his partners easily dominated the Asians (4-1).
After their victory against Australia (2-1) on Saturday, Lionel Messi's Argentina will face the Netherlands, who easily disposed of the United States (3-1).
A remake of the 1998 quarter-final. At the Vélodrome stadium, the Dutch won (2-1) thanks to an exceptional goal from Dennis Bergkamp in the last moments of an exceptional match.
The big poster of these quarters will take place at 8 p.m. Saturday evening.
After a victory without shaking against Poland (3-1), the France team will face England, who defeated Senegal (3-0), for the first time in a knockout match in a major competition.
A real clash between two of the great favorites of the competition.
The French are carried by a fantastic Kylian Mbappé.
The English have impressed since the start of the World Cup, with 12 goals scored in particular.
Finally, the last poster will oppose the surprise team of the competition, Morocco, to the Portuguese armada.
Very easy winners of Switzerland, Cristiano Ronaldo's teammates will be the huge favorites of this meeting.
The final table:
Brazil - Croatia, Friday at 4 p.m.
Argentina - Netherlands, Friday at 8 p.m.
Morocco - Portugal: Saturday at 4 p.m.
France - England: Saturday at 8 p.m.