This 'underdog ' World Cup into the last stages as 8 teams battle it out

The World Cup has got to the knock out stages with only eight teams left to compete.

The 2018 World Cup has been described as thee unpredictable World Cup of all times, a world cup for the underdogs.

Fans got a shock of their lives as the big teams exited at the early stages.

EWN Sports reporter Philasande Sixaba gives an update of what to be expected at the quarter finals which takes places on Friday afternoon between Uruguay vs France and later Belgium vs Brazil.

Read: Why are African teams under performing in the 2018 World Cup?

To hear all the World Cup analysis with Philasande Sixaba, listen below:


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