It looks like Russia is ready for the next World Cup a year but the Confederations Cup is going on without the home team.
Funded to be the 2018 World Cup warm-up, the Confederations Cup is indeed a contrasting feeling for Russia, with mixed sadness and sadness.
The good news for the host of the 2018 World Cup is the Confederations Cup, a rehearsal in four cities, taking place without any serious incidents. Saying that before, during and after each game there was no sign of hooliganism or the actions of the fans.
Even the matches attracted a lot of public attention, not least because FIFA applied video-assisted arbitration (VAR) technology.
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However, the sad news is that the Russian team did not make the world pay attention to them before the teacher Stanislav Cherchesov was eliminated in the group stage. They started well with a 2-0 win over New Zealand, with striker Fyodor Smolov scoring one goal, but lost to Portugal 0-1 and Mexico 1-2.