NATO: In the semifinals of the World Cup 2018 in Russia, all of ours. VO poll
Representatives of the NATO bureaucracy saw an unexpected personal achievement at the World Championships in Russia. So, in the official microblog of the North Atlantic military bloc, a statement appeared about what this achievement consists of. It turns out that while all normal people are watching the magnificent football on the World Cup 2018, NATO functionaries consider those who are representatives of the block goes further down the tournament grid.
From the publication:
The remaining 4 teams at the World Cup from NATO! Good luck to the teams!
Recall that in the semifinal matches of the World Cup 2018 will play such pairs as England-Croatia and France-Belgium. It is noteworthy that bookmakers give preference to Belgium, considering that it is the team of this country that is the main contender for winning the tournament.
On the Russian national team, brilliantly spent the match with the Croats.
After the match, it became known that 39-year-old defender Sergei Ignashevich, who plays for the Moscow army team, decided to end his football career. Another veteran of the team, Spartak Alexander Samedov, announced the end of his performances for the national team (but not for the club). The players thanked the Russian fans for their amazing support. Alexander and Sergey are actually leaving the winners, showing the world how a team can transform the truly transcendental motivation and support of millions of citizens across the country.
Recall that the Russian team only in the penalty shootout (in the quarterfinals of the World Cup) lost to the Croatian national team, the players of which celebrate the amazing mood of the Russians in the game.
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