World Cup

Monday's World Cup Schedule: Live and Delayed Games

The final round of the group stages begin tomorrow, with two games playing simultaneously at 10 am and two simultaneously at 2 pm.

The following games will be broadcast LIVE on CNC3 on Monday:

10 am: URUGUAY vs RUSSIA (pre-show begins at 9.15 am)

2 pm: IRAN vs PORTUGAL (pre-show begins at 1.15 pm)

The following games will be delayed broadcasts:

8.30 pm: SAUDI ARABIA vs EGYPT (pre-show begins at 8 pm)

11.15 pm SPAIN vs MOROCCO (pre-show begins at 10.45 pm)

Croatia whip Argentina 3-0, threatening 1st-round exit for Messi & company

Croatia is into the next round of the FIFA World Cup after a 3-0 win over Argentina.

Argentina is now third in the Group D standings with the same points as Iceland, which is making its World Cup debut, after tying Iceland in the first match.

To make matters worse, a win over Nigeria would leave Iceland three points ahead and with at least a four-goal advantage in the goal differential column.

Argentina needs some help at this point to make it out of the group stage.

A goal differential of minus-3 is all but a death knell. 

France through to World Cup knockout stage with Mbappe strike

France are through to the knockout stage of the World Cup with a second win in as many matches, beating Peru 1-nil.

19-year-old Kylian Mbappe became France's youngest scorer at a World Cup when he earned Les Bleus the win in their second Group C game, sending the South Americans out of the tournament on Thursday.

The 19-year-old Mbappe tapped in after Olivier Giroud's shot looped over goalkeeper Pedro Gallese when it took a deflection off a defender in the 34th minute of a high-intensity match.

Kane double gives England 2-1 win over Tunisia

England got its World Cup campaign off to a winning start as captain Harry Kane scored twice, including in injury time, to beat Tunisia 2-1 in Volgograd.

Kane scored after six minutes to give Gareth Southgate hope the perfect start in his first match in charge of the senior England team at a tournament but Tunisia hauled themselves level through Ferjani Sassi’s penalty, hit low to Jordan Pickford’s right, before half-time.