Russian Federation player did something very confusing during Luis Suarez's free-kick for Uruguay

Posted June 28, 2018

Two early goals saw Uruguay finish top of group A as they inflicted Russia's first defeat of the World Cup in Samara, winning 3-0 to make it three victories from three and leave the hosts in second place.

Their defensive discipline paired with the attacking threat that Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani provide make Uruguay the trickiest opponent that Russian Federation has faced at the tournament so far.

But after 23 minutes, Uruguay won the corner from which they doubled their lead when Diego Laxalt's strike, which looked to be off target, cannoned off Cheryshev and bounced past Akinfeev.

Russia, the lowest ranked team in the field at No. 70, went down to 10 men after right back Igor Smolnikov received a second yellow card in the 36th minute.

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Cavani, Suarez's strike partner, sealed the victory to open his World Cup account with a goal from close range after a corner in the 90th minute.

There is consolation that this was not their full-strength team and that, when they play in the last 16, three key players will be relatively fresh.

Usually, players will try to hit free kicks from just outside the post over the wall to the near post.

- Uruguay are the first side to win all three of their group games without conceding a single goal since Argentina in 1998 (seven goals scored, none conceded).

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Russian Federation had their World Cup bubble burst by Uruguay in their Group A match on Monday (June 25) as the South Americans ran out 3-0 winners. The last act was for Cavani to get his goal, converting a rebound from a Diego Godin header.

Coach Stanislav Cherchesov insists Russia's success at the World Cup is about much more than home-team advantage. "We know as we improve our game we will offer opportunities to all of our players to improve their game". "I hope that it continues like this for us as a team". Gimenez scored in the team's opening match of the tournament, a 1-0 victory over Egypt. He scored one goal in each tournament in South Africa in 2010, when Uruguay reached the semifinals, and in Brazil in 2014, when the South Americans were eliminated in the round of 16.

Russia, meanwhile, will face Group B winners Spain after last night's 2-2 draw with Morocco.

Down to 10 players, Russian Federation was forced to make a reshuffle and scoring midfielder Cheryshev was replaced with full back Mario Fernandes.

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