Croatia vs. Iceland and Argentina vs. Nigeria, which will take place on Tuesday at 2 p.m. ET. "They scored two goals but I think we deserved a draw".
No matter what happens, the runner up in Group D will meet the victor of Group C, which is likely to be France, in the Round of 16.
"They might have lost the game but they won the hearts of their fans and that's all that matters", Helgi Skulason said.
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Ndidi suffered a hamstring injury in the tail end of the 2017-2018 campaign, but was declared fit to attend his first World Cup after going the full ninety against the Czech Republic in a pre-World Cup friendly.
Iceland gutted out a draw against heavily favored Argentina in Round 1 of Group D play.
Gernot Rohr's side now know that a victory over Argentina in Saint Petersburg will be enough for them to reach the last 16 for the fourth time in their history.
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Nigeria looked poor defensively in their 2-0 defeat to Croatia.
"If they get through Croatia they could go very deep, hopefully they can pull it off", Brian Thompson explained. They did a good match against Croatia.
Some picked up on the fact that Musa had notched a double against an Icelandic defence that Messi had failed to breach in Argentina's group game - when he missed a penalty - and Cristiano Ronaldo hadn't managed in Portugal and Iceland's Euro 2016 encounter.
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Iceland's goalkeeper Hannes Halldorsson (R) and Iceland's forward Alfred Finnbogason (L) give a press conference at Olimp stadium in Kabardinka on June 20, 2018, during the Russian Federation 2018 World Cup football tournament. The more attacking outlook could see space open up for Everton playmaker Gylfi Sigurðsson.