2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
2nd in UEFA Nations League
Iceland 1-2 Switzerland: Swiss hold on (1:40)
Belgium 2-1 Switzerland: Lukaku shines in second half (1:57)
England 1-0 Switzerland: Rashford keeps scoring (2:19)
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64dReuters

Rashford strikes as England beat Switzerland

Marcus Rashford scored his second goal in as many games as England beat Switzerland 1-0 in a friendly at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday.

Rashford volleys England into the lead (1:01)
Switzerland 6-0 Iceland: Swiss relentless (2:24)
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111dReuters

Newcastle sign Switzerland defender Schar

Newcastle United have signed Switzerland defender Fabian Schar from Deportivo La Coruna on a three-year deal.

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133dJayaditya Gupta

Faberge Eggs, Kazan Cathedral and noisy Swedes

Jayaditya Gupta is a late entrant to St Petersburg and a fairly brief guest as he covers the lowest profile match of the Round of 16.

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134dGabriele Marcotti

Sweden win the "Janne Way"

Sweden's fans made it clear as their heroes reached the last eight via Emil Forsberg's goal: Most of the credit for this run goes to their manager.

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134dReuters

Switzerland too slow, lacked emotion - Petkovic

"Sweden did precisely what they were good at and that was enough to beat us. We should have done things better, but we were not good enough to win."

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134dMichael Yokhin

Shaqiri 3/10, Xhaka 4/10 as duo shrinks vs. Sweden

Switzerland were poor to a man vs. Sweden, but stars Xherdan Shaqiri and Granit Xhaka were especially disappointing given what was expected of them.

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134dGabriele Marcotti

Sweden show quiet force to beat Switzerland

Sweden vs. Switzerland won't go down as a classic, but Emil Forsberg's deflected shot put the Swedes into their first quarterfinal since 1994.

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138dESPN

World Cup fan faces in photos

The World Cup has been superb on the pitch but equally brilliant off it thanks to the rich, vibrant and merry travelling fans who came to party.

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140dNick Miller

Limp Swiss through but won't scare many

Switzerland made it to the last 16 but won't scare many on this showing while Costa Rica made it 32 out of 32 teams to score a World Cup goal.