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Watch as Sportsnet’s Soccer Central panel discuss today's quarterfinal matches between Brazil and Belgium and France and Uruguay.
The panel also discussed the play of Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois in Belgium’s victory.
NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia — A shot that flew directly at the hands of the opposing goalkeeper turned into a World Cup goal for Antoine Griezmann.
The France striker scored the second goal in his team’s 2-0 quarterfinal victory over Uruguay on Friday, sending a seemingly easy-to-save shot at a waiting Fernando Muslera.
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Cavani scored both goals in the 2-0 win over Portugal in the round of 16, but he sat on the bench with an injured left calf he picked up in that match.
Four minutes after Varane gave France the lead, Uruguay nearly equalized.
France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris dived to his right and got a hand on a header from Martin Caceres, pushing it just wide of the goal.
Griezmann sent in a free kick from the right side and Varane raced across the area.
He got his head to the ball and sent it into the far corner behind Muslera.
NO LONGER UNBEATEN Heading into the match, Uruguay had been unbeaten in 2018 and Muslera had the best save percentage of any goalkeeper at the tournament who had played more than one match.