Japan and Poland are locked 0-0 at halftime in their last World Cup group match. Both Japan and Senegal also finished tied in the first two tiebreakers, which, in order, are goal differential and goals scored.
Victory for the lowlands country in the final group game on Thursday night could be a win for both sides, the Taoiseach said.
Secondly, because they openly embraced fans of other nations without hesitation, even going so far as to bond with them through the majesty of anime.
England hold no fear for World Cup last 16 opponents Colombia, said the South American side's coach Jose Pekerman, who is relishing the prospect of the "full on, to-the-death" knockout phase of the tournament.
After this defeat, Senegal were evicted from the competition when, after finishing level on points, goal difference and goals scored with Japan, their inferior disciplinary record told. Belgium hopes to make the quarterfinals of the World Cup for the first time since 1986.
"There are no easy games ahead of us".
The Colombia coach said he was "extremely concerned" about the player's fitness but was pleased that the team rose to the occasion to snatch the win against Senegal.
Senegal had five yellows, while Japan had been assessed just three, meaning Samurai Blue would live to fight another day, and Senegal's World Cup run came to an end.
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If that fails, he has vowed to order border police to turn back migrants, which means many will likely have to return to Italy. Proactiva Open Arms tweeted on Sunday that Italy is seeking to have the Libyan coast guard force them back to North Africa.
Colombia's prospects looked bleak a half-hour into the game when playmaker James Rodriguez limped out of the game due to injury. Muto was one of six changes to the starting lineup for the match.
Poland had an early chance to take the lead in the 32nd minute when Japan goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima stopped a header from Kamil Grosicki.
The Belgians earned a 1-0 win to top the group with a ideal 3-0-0 record and nine goals scored.
But with minutes remaining, any kind of urgency went from the game.
Poland wanted to seal a win, which they duly did, while Japan were happy to settle for defeat and not conceding any more goals or picking up any yellow cards.
A team with talent especially in the attacking half, the Polish squad were ranked eighth in the world and were placed against Senegal, Colombia and Japan who were all ranked lower - with the Colombians being the closest at 16th. Nishino put Japan's fate in the lap of the Gods and, once again, got away with it.
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"In that regard we played very well and waited for the opportunity. when we saw the opportunity, we took it".