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 By Reuters

Switzerland too slow, lacked emotion in loss to Sweden - Vladimir Petkovic

Emil Forsberg finally broke through in the 2nd half and Sweden held on to defeat Switzerland 1-0 and earn their way into the quarterfinals.
ESPN's Craig Burley and Alexis Nunes share their thoughts on Sweden reaching the quarter finals for the first time since 1994.
Daniel Amokachi breaks down how Sweden were able to advance to the World Cup quarterfinals, despite Switzerland's late surge,

Switzerland were too slow and lacked emotion, coach Vladimir Petkovic said on Tuesday, after watching his side surrender to Sweden in a 1-0 defeat in their round-of-16 clash.

Ranked sixth in the world and beaten only once since Euro 2016, Switzerland appeared to have enough talent to end Sweden's surprise run in the tournament but instead gave a meek display as they lost 1-0.

"We are sorely disappointed, we wanted to do more," Petkovic told reporters after Emil Forsberg's heavily deflected shot...

ESPN FC  By ESPN

World Cup fan faces in photos

The World Cup has been superb on the pitch but equally as good off it as fans from all over the world congregate, decked in their finest gear, to support their national teams.

Here's a selection of the very best on display in 2018 through the group stages.

This Brazil fan enjoyed the Selecao grabbing a late victory over Costa Rica in their second Group E game.

Iran were a serious outsider's pick to advance from Group B but they gave it their all, narrowly missing out on reaching the...

 By Reuters

Switzerland boss unhappy with performance: 'This is not the way to go forward'

With six of the eight round-of-16 matchups now set, the ESPN FC crew assess which teams have the best chance of reaching the quarterfinals.
Kwese's Andrew Kabuura and Daniel Amokachi discuss Brazil's performance in their win over Serbia and Switzerland's run heading into the last 16.
Goals from Blerim Dzemaili and Josip Drmic were enough to see Switzerland advance to the last 16 following a 2-2 draw against Costa Rica.

Switzerland trod a thin line between arrogance and confidence as they claimed the required point to advance to the next round of the World Cup, said coach Vladimir Petkovic after the 2-2 draw with Costa Rica on Wednesday.

The result ensured they finished second in Group E as Brazil beat Serbia 2-0 in the other group game played simultaneously.

"It's hard to say which side of the line we were on," Petkovic said after the match at the Nizhny Novgorod Stadium, "but the fact of the matter was that we...