So far the World Cup has been a great success, we have the two great players Cristiano Ronaldo as well as Messi shine against each other. However, the day four is even more interesting and bring the enthusiasts to a state of extreme disquiet.

Luckily your wait is finally over, as we have brought you the live update of the World Cup 2018 day four live updates. Read on have a nice time ahead.

At 1 pm Costa Rick kick it against the Serbian team while the two eminent teams make their marks at the Russian lands this season. Germany soon to become world champions head towards retaining the trophy against Mexico this season at the Luzhniki Stadium.

Live Updates

23 hours– The fourth day of FIFA World Cup 2018 is greatly greeted. The independent would have the latest news and updates from the Russian stadium.

22 hours– Costa Rica faces Serbia in Samara with Los Ticos looking forward to recapturing the magic for the past years. Germany sets the hunt to retain their crown in the World Cup by 4 pm.

At 7 pm the Brazilian team play opposite of the Swiss team at the Rostov Arena. Can the Swiss clone the campaign and

22 hours– In the meantime Jack Lang had fabricated an ex-facto of England’s defeat in the Seleção in the quarter-finals 1 over a one and half decades ago. Having a conversation with Luiz Felipe Scolari and three of his players and how it affected their ultimate victory but also interposing on how it was a typical English tournament.

22 hours– The current opener would be dismissing today’s opener as completely trite, howbeit it could be an interesting game. The team spirit of Costa drove them further towards the quarter-finals in Brazil and would service themselves towards a similar action in Russia.

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