Sweden's Marcus Berg, left, duels for the ball with Switzerland's Valon Behrami during the round of 16 match between Switzerland and Sweden at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the St. Petersburg Stadium, in St. Petersburg, Russia, Tuesday, July 3, 2018.
As Colombia is grieving over Tuesday's World Cup penalty shootout loss to England, Monaco striker Radamel Falcao and Argentina legend Diego Maradona suggested their versions of why the team was knocked out of the World Cup, and are blaming the referee.
"I don't have a preference who we play - we have observed both of them from the beginning of the competition, so let's see what awaits us". I don't think we have to worry about that at all. We have a certain style and a general football idea.
"We have margin for improvement", he added. So far in Russia, Berg has missed his shots or seen them saved.
And just how does Sweden take down England? Every Swedish person in the world is proud, and we will be proud however it goes in the coming games.
Sweden have surprised many people in Russian Federation by winning three of their four games so far at the finals. A Fernandinho own goal gave Roberto Martinez's men the lead in the 13th minute, before a wonderful Kevin De Bruyne strike doubled the Europeans' advantage shortly after the half-hour mark.
The Golden Eagles stunned the 2010 champions Spain 3-2 on penalties after Russian Federation striker Artem Dzyuba had levelled matters following Sergei Ignashevich's own-goal on Sunday.
"Of course, if he could have scored, it would have been good but he has always had an important role for us - he is always extremely generous and he does not complain when it comes to working hard".
The quarter-final lineup for the 2018 FIFA World Cup is set, and the last eight will battle it out on Friday and Saturday to make it to the final four. "You can't identify one single factor, you need to look at the overall picture", the Sweden coach said.
Belgium is one of the strongest teams in the world right now, and their coach Roberto Martinez has come out and admitted that he is here to stop Brazil's chance for a sixth world cup. So, we have players who don't have the same profile but we want the team to be recognisable.
One key area where the quarter-final could be won or lost is on set-pieces, with both teams excelling in this regard so far. "For the first time I feel we meet a country who's more or less on a par with us in that respect", he said.