Thirty-six games in Russian Federation had failed to result in a goalless stalemate, but neither France nor Denmark ever looked like scoring in a tedious affair. "We were actually expecting a nice game". The 0-0 that followed was the first scoreless draw of the World Cup - and we should probably be thankful that it comes after 36 games.
In its first match of group play, Denmark handed Peru a 1-0 loss to pick up three points.
Another day, another set of World Cup matches to be played as we count down to the big day where one country will lift the trophy.
"We cannot be only focused on Christian but as I said he's got the key role in his team so we need to look after him". The 33-year-old made his first and only save in the 54th minute, spilling Christian Eriksen's free-kick before pouncing on the loose ball.
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Neymar picked up a metatarsal injury with PSG in February that essentially ruled him out of competitive action until the summer. According to the publication, the girl fainted right on the Saint Petersburg Arena during the match Brazil - Costa Rica.
Lewis Hamilton makes stunning Michael Schumacher revelation after French Grand Prix win
Hamilton was the first driver to dip into the 1:33's and then clocked 132.539 to move seven-tenths clear of Ricciardo at the top. Sunday's victory was the 65th of Hamilton's F1 career but the Briton's first in France, which last hosted a race in 2008.
Supreme Court lets states force online retailers to collect sales tax
Continuing, Justice Kennedy noted potential shortcomings in the former system: a product of Quill Corporation v. Certainly, it puts in-state and brick-and-mortar retailers on a level playing field with online sellers.
Yussuf Poulsen was suspended against France after picking up his second yellow card of the tournament against Australia.
"Today we couldn't get a better start but we know we can play better".
It was the longest a World Cup had gone without a goalless draw since 1954, a tournament of 26 games which all delivered at least one goal.
Perhaps sensing it was time to make entertainment midway through the first half, fans created a wave that made three laps of the stadium.
Denmark has a tough defence anchored by veteran captain Simon Kjaer, and a high-class goalkeeper in Kasper Schmeichel. They will discover their opponents in the next round later on Tuesday, with Argentina needing to beat Nigeria in Saint Petersburg to stand a chance of qualifying. "If you'd read the whole article you would have seen I was comparing with the '98 team [which won the World Cup on home soil, ed.]".
Denmark gets an extra day off and plays the Group D victor, likely Croatia, on Sunday evening (Monday NZT) in Nizhny Novgorod.