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World Cup Daily

Podcast World Cup Daily
Podcast World Cup Daily

World Cup Daily


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  • Vamos Ramos and Moroccan magic
    The quarter-final line up is complete after Morocco beat Spain on penalties and Portugal were mesmerising against Switzerland. Kelly Cates is joined by guests from all around the world to react to Tuesday’s results. Watching a game which saw Portugal coach Fernando Santos drop Cristiano Ronaldo to the bench, and then saw his replacement Goncalo Ramos scoring a hat-trick, was former England goalkeeper, Rob Green and Alistair Bruce-Ball - they both give their views on an incredible night. And not only that Jose Fonte, who won the Euros with Portugal in 2016 joins the pod and they pose the question, should Ronaldo start from the bench for the next match too? Kelly gets very different reactions as she reflects on Spain’s loss to Morocco on penalties – first from Aziz Nait Sibaha, a Moroccan football journalist and then from a rather frustrated Guillem Balague who was watching the match in Barcelona… Rob Green also gives his insight into why Spain were so bad at taking penalties. And if that wasn't enough, after England’s Bukayo Saka decided to test his team-mates with a spelling competition, the 5 live sport team decided to do the same…. with mixed results! Timecodes: 3’00 – Morocco reaction to the win over Spain. 8’00 – What went wrong for Spain? 13’00 – Rob Green on penalty shootouts. 19’00 – Portugal focus. 28’00 – Saka and his spelling bee. 31’00 – Quarter-finals look ahead.
  • Breathtaking Brazil blow South Korea away
    Mark Chapman is joined by Ian Dennis, Chris Sutton and Tim Vickery for reaction to Brazil’s sensational 4-1 win over South Korea. The guys discuss how Tite’s side are likely to get on against their quarter-final opponents Croatia, who beat Japan on penalties. And James Maddison speaks to Emma Saunders after England’s 3-0 win over Senegal.
  • ‘Ruthless’ England book QF with ‘frightening’ France
    Mark Chapman and guests react to England 3-0 Senegal in the World Cup last 16. He’s joined by ex-England players Micah Richards, Matt Upson, Rob Green and Ellen White. Hear from goalscorers Bukayo Saka, Jordan Henderson and Harry Kane, as well as Phil Foden and Gareth Southgate. INTERVIEWS: 12:45 – Foden, 16:30 – Saka, 28:55 – Southgate, 38:35 – Henderson, 41:00 – Kane.
  • 1,000 not out for Messi
    Kelly Cates is joined by Pat Nevin, Tim Vickery and former Australia captain Mile Jedinak to reflect on Argentina’s 2-1 win over Australia in the last 16, as Lionel Messi scored in the 1,000th game of his career. Argentina will now face Netherlands in the quarter-finals, so Dutch journalist Marcel van der Kraan drops by to discuss their 3-1 win over the USA and how they might get on against Messi and co… John Murray and Nedum Onuoha join Kelly to preview England’s last-16 match against Senegal on Sunday. You’ll also hear from both Gareth Southgate and Harry Maguire. And Poland’s Matty Cash tells Juliette Ferrington how his Aston Villa teammate Emi Martinez bagged him Messi’s shirt, after their group match against Argentina.
  • Sorrow for Suarez, Grinch Sutton and a Cameroonian Christmas Carol
    Sorrow for Suarez, Grinch Sutton and a Cameroonian Christmas Carol Kelly Cates is joined by Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and South American football expert Tim Vickery - as the group stages came to a close in typically dramatic fashion. Cameroon are out of the tournament, despite a famous win over Brazil, and a 91st minute winner for South Korea means they progress at the expense of Uruguay. Cue Luis Suarez crying… A rather jubilant former Switzerland captain, in the form of Ramon Vega, joins the pod to share his delight as they reached the last 16 with victory over Serbia. Hear from Jude Bellingham on his hopes to become England captain one day and his conversations with Erling Haaland. And some of 5 Live’s commentators sit down to reflect on their experiences of the World Cup so far. ***DISCLAIMER: This podcast may contain some rather out of tune, festive singing***

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