The World Cup is down to its final four teams. The semifinal round of the tournament is set as France will take on Belgium, and England will square off against Croatia in an All-European semifinals. France, winners of the 1998 World Cup, and England, champions in 1966, have one World Cup title each, but Belgium and Croatia have yet…

The World Cup is down to its final four teams.

The semifinal round of the tournament is set as France will take on Belgium, and England will square off against Croatia in an All-European semifinals.

France, winners of the 1998 World Cup, and England, champions in 1966, have one World Cup title each, but Belgium and Croatia have yet to even make a finals appearance.

There are a handful of some of the greatest players in the world still left in the tournament; Croatia’s Luka Modric, England’s Harry Kane, 19-year-old Kylian Mbappe of France, and Belgium’s Kevin De Bruyne, just to name a few.

As of June 7, Belgium is the highest ranked team remaining of the four.

Belgium currently ranks third in the world behind No. 1 Germany, a group stage exit, and No. 2 Brazil, who were defeated by the Belgians in the quarterfinal round. France comes in at No. 7, England is tied with Denmark at No. 12, and Croatia ranks 20th.

Both semifinal round games set up for an epic 2018 World Cup final.

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