Serbia and Switzerland in Group-E of the FIFA World Cup at the Kaliningrad Stadium

Serbia and Switzerland in Group-E of the FIFA World Cup at the Kaliningrad Stadium

The exciting competition was played between Serbia and Switzerland in Group-E of the FIFA World Cup at the Kaliningrad Stadium. With the help of Aleksander Mitrovic’s goal, the Serbia squad, which won the first round, achieve their first win in this tournament; beat Switzerland’s 2-1 defeat to Xhaka’s and Shaqiri. Earlier, Serbia had defeated Costa Rica in their first match, while Switzerland stalled Brazil on equal footing. Serbia’s team, who remained victorious in the first half against Costa Rica, opened the account in the fifth minute of the match against Switzerland. On the cross of Dusan Tadic, Aleksander Mitrovic delivered the ball through the header to the mesh and gave the Serbian followers a chance to rock. Tadic cross was accurate; on which Mitrovic arrived the nets on the right side of the Swiss goalkeeper Sommer. Switzerland retained control of the ball for much of the ball in the first half, but during this time Serbia made more time. In the first half, he scored three goals to score at least goals in addition to a goal. However, in the first half, Serbia played a very violent match, which resulted in yellow cards being shown to 3 of his players. The referee showed yellow cards to Milinkovic-Savic, Milivojevic, and Matic. Not only this, the Mitrovic who scored the only goal from Serbia also showed the Yellow Card in the last moments of the match. After beating one goal in the first half, Switzerland improved their haste in the second half. In the 52nd minute of the match, Xhaka, who played for Arsenal, was awarded a kick-off kick in the round post, thanks to Switzerland’s tie-up. His kick, not even 25 yards, was understood by the Defenders of Serbia and only the goalkeeper could find out. After this, a shot from Switzerland’s Xherdan Shaqiri, in the 56th minute, came back after hitting Serbia’s goalkeeper and conflicting the goal post. When the match was heading in the direction of the draw, Xherdan Shaqiri’ incredible goal made Switzerland a 2-1 lead. Serbia’s attacker had gone a lot, taking benefit of which Mario gave Xherdan Shaqiri the pass and he just switches one defender and goalkeeper and converged Switzerland to a decisive increase.

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