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Russian Federation coach Stanislav Cherchesov hopes that his team's performance at their own World Cup this summer has positively changed perceptions after the hosts were initially tipped to struggle and exit the tournament at the group stage.

"Thank you for those honest, genuine emotions that you gave us throughout the World Cup. You know, President Putin is KGB, ' and this and that", Trump told a rally in Great Falls, Montana. You see there are changes going on in the team.

According to the coach, Russian Federation has proven itself as a good World Cup host nation.

At the top of the list for the July 16 meeting in Helsinki is Iran's role in Syria, an issue that Moscow is simultaneously negotiating with Tehran, a senior Russian official said on condition of anonymity because he's not authorized to comment on the record.

"I'm glad that I scored goals but the most important thing is to help the team". Thank you for everything!

Croatia have put in some of the best performances of the tournament and go into the last-eight clash as favourites. The team was ranked 70th in the world by Federation Internationale de Football Association before the matches began.

He also responded to a question on whether the team enjoyed the trust of the country.

He world cup may not resolve Russia's economic concerns but it has certainly gave it a positive image, something that the "undemocratic" Putin administration will make full use of in its future global dealings.

Many disappointed fans broke out in applause after the tense loss to Croatia, spilling out of bars and viewing areas chanting "Russia" and dancing to music on the streets. "I'm really happy that we made it to the quarters for the first time in history", said Artyom Osadchy, a student.

Reuters quoted student Artyom Osadchy as saying: "It was a great match".

Some 15,000 people converged in Zagreb's main square, where the "match of a generation" had been shown on a large screen.

They were at it again a few days later against the Egyptians, before a different kind of effort resulted in Spain falling by the wayside in what was Russia's first ever World Cup knockout game in the post-Soviet era. "I am preparing him, that is all I can tell you".



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