2018 FIFA World Cup Group C

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2018 postage stamp from Russia depicting Group C of the 2018 FIFA World Cup group stage.

Group C of the 2018 FIFA World Cup took place from 16 to 26 June 2018.[1] The group consisted of France, Australia, Peru and Denmark. The top two teams, France and Denmark, advanced to the round of 16.[2]

Teams

Draw position Team Pot Confederation Method of
qualification
Date of
qualification
Finals
appearance
Last
appearance
Previous best
performance
FIFA Rankings
October 2017[nb 1] June 2018
C1  France 1 UEFA UEFA Group A winners 10 October 2017 15th 2014 (quarter-finals) Winners (1998) 7 7
C2  Australia 4 AFC CONCACAF v AFC play-off winners 15 November 2017 5th 2014 (group stage) Round of 16 (2006) 43 36
C3  Peru 2 CONMEBOL OFC v CONMEBOL play-off winners 15 November 2017 5th 1982 (first group stage) Quarter-finals (1970), Second round (1978) 10 11
C4  Denmark 3 UEFA UEFA Second Round winners 14 November 2017 5th 2010 (group stage) Quarter-finals (1998) 19 12
Notes
  1. ^ The rankings of October 2017 were used for seeding for the final draw.

Standings

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1  France 3 2 1 0 3 1 +2 7 Advance to knockout stage
2  Denmark 3 1 2 0 2 1 +1 5
3  Peru 3 1 0 2 2 2 0 3
4  Australia 3 0 1 2 2 5 −3 1
Source: FIFA
Rules for classification: Group stage tiebreakers

In the round of 16:

Matches

All times listed are local time.[1]

France vs Australia

The two teams had met in four previous matches, most recently in a 2013 friendly, a 6–0 France victory.[3]

After a disjointed first half, the game sparked into life shortly after the interval as referee Andrés Cunha initially disallowed a French penalty, but after a call from the VAR, changed his decision and awarded the penalty to France, deciding that Josh Risdon had clipped Antoine Griezmann just inside the area. Griezmann would convert the penalty, which was the first World Cup penalty awarded by VAR. The opener was soon cancelled out just four minutes later by another penalty, Australian midfielder and captain, Mile Jedinak, slotting home after Samuel Umtiti handled the ball in the box,[4] and they looked on course to hold one of the pre-tournament favourites until Paul Pogba's lobbed effort confirmed by goal line technology deflected off Australia full-back Aziz Behich and the crossbar to fall inches over the goal-line.[4][5]

The two penalties scored in the game between France and Australia were only four minutes, seven seconds apart - the shortest period of time between two penalties being scored by different sides in a World Cup match. Daniel Arzani has become the youngest player to ever make a World Cup appearance for Australia (19y 163d). At 19 years and 178 days old, Kylian Mbappé became the youngest player ever to feature for France at a World Cup. In doing so he broke the record set by Bruno Bellone, who played for France at Spain 1982 aged 20 years and 118 days.[4][6]

France  2–1  Australia
Report
Attendance: 41,279[7]
France[8]
Australia[8]
GK 1 Hugo Lloris (c)
RB 2 Benjamin Pavard
CB 4 Raphaël Varane
CB 5 Samuel Umtiti
LB 21 Lucas Hernández
CM 12 Corentin Tolisso Yellow card 76' Substituted off 78'
CM 13 N'Golo Kanté
CM 6 Paul Pogba
RF 11 Ousmane Dembélé Substituted off 70'
CF 10 Kylian Mbappé
LF 7 Antoine Griezmann Substituted off 70'
Substitutions:
FW 9 Olivier Giroud Substituted in 70'
FW 18 Nabil Fekir Substituted in 70'
MF 14 Blaise Matuidi Substituted in 78'
Manager:
Didier Deschamps
FRA-AUS 2018-06-16.svg
GK 1 Mathew Ryan
RB 19 Josh Risdon Yellow card 57'
CB 5 Mark Milligan
CB 20 Trent Sainsbury
LB 16 Aziz Behich Yellow card 87'
CM 15 Mile Jedinak (c)
CM 13 Aaron Mooy
RW 7 Mathew Leckie Yellow card 13'
AM 23 Tom Rogic Substituted off 72'
LW 10 Robbie Kruse Substituted off 84'
CF 11 Andrew Nabbout Substituted off 64'
Substitutions:
FW 9 Tomi Juric Substituted in 64'
MF 22 Jackson Irvine Substituted in 72'
FW 17 Daniel Arzani Substituted in 84'
Manager:
Netherlands Bert van Marwijk

Man of the Match:
Antoine Griezmann (France)[9]

Assistant referees:[8]
Nicolás Tarán (Uruguay)
Mauricio Espinosa (Uruguay)
Fourth official:
Julio Bascuñán (Chile)
Reserve assistant referee:
Christian Schiemann (Chile)
Video assistant referee:
Mauro Vigliano (Argentina)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Tiago Martins (Portugal)
Hernán Maidana (Argentina)
Jair Marrufo (United States)

Peru vs Denmark

The two teams had never met before in a FIFA-sanctioned match,[10] but both teams previously faced each other in an exhibition match at the 1997 U.S. Cup (a 2–1 Denmark victory).[11]

Yoshimar Yotún lashed the ball into Kasper Schmeichel's midriff from 25 yards as Peru began the game and Edison Flores lifted a shot over the crossbar from just outside the box. André Carrillo surged towards the Denmark box in the 13th minute and cut inside to curl a low drive towards the bottom-left corner, only for Schmeichel to pull off a diving save. Denmark began to dominate possession but it was not until the 27th minute that they attempted a shot on goal, Thomas Delaney launching the ball over. Denmark midfielder William Kvist was taken off on a stretcher after a sustaining a blow to the ribs in a challenge with Jefferson Farfán, and then Christian Cueva was brought down in the penalty area by Yussuf Poulsen. The referee pointed to the spot upon reviewing video footage and Cueva blazed over, much to the dismay of Peru's sizable travelling support.[12] Adopting a more adventurous approach after the restart, Denmark were rewarded when Christian Eriksen's precise through-ball allowed Poulsen to open the scoring with a low left foot shot.[13] Peru were denied an immediate equaliser when Denmark goalkeeper Schmeichel produced a one-handed save to deny Flores. Substitute Paolo Guerrero, who was only able to play after a Swiss tribunal lifted a 14-month drugs ban, backheeled a chance wide as Denmark held on.[14]

Denmark have won three of their four World Cup matches against South American opponents, with the only exception being a 3–2 defeat against Brazil in the 1998 quarter-final.[14]

Peru  0–1  Denmark
Report
Attendance: 40,502[15]
Peru[16]
Denmark[16]
GK 1 Pedro Gallese
RB 17 Luis Advíncula
CB 2 Alberto Rodríguez (c)
CB 15 Christian Ramos
LB 6 Miguel Trauco
CM 13 Renato Tapia Yellow card 38' Substituted off 87'
CM 19 Yoshimar Yotún
RW 18 André Carrillo
AM 8 Christian Cueva
LW 20 Edison Flores Substituted off 62'
CF 10 Jefferson Farfán Substituted off 85'
Substitutions:
FW 9 Paolo Guerrero Substituted in 62'
FW 11 Raúl Ruidíaz Substituted in 85'
MF 23 Pedro Aquino Substituted in 87'
Manager:
Argentina Ricardo Gareca
PER-DEN 2018-06-16.svg
GK 1 Kasper Schmeichel
RB 14 Henrik Dalsgaard
CB 4 Simon Kjær (c)
CB 6 Andreas Christensen Substituted off 81'
LB 17 Jens Stryger Larsen
CM 7 William Kvist Substituted off 35'
CM 10 Christian Eriksen
CM 8 Thomas Delaney Yellow card 86'
RF 20 Yussuf Poulsen Yellow card 90+3'
CF 9 Nicolai Jørgensen
LF 23 Pione Sisto Substituted off 67'
Substitutions:
MF 19 Lasse Schöne Substituted in 35'
FW 11 Martin Braithwaite Substituted in 67'
DF 13 Mathias Jørgensen Substituted in 81'
Manager:
Norway Åge Hareide

Man of the Match:
Yussuf Poulsen (Denmark)[17]

Assistant referees:[16]
Jean Claude Birumushahu (Burundi)
Abdelhak Etchiali (Algeria)
Fourth official:
Mehdi Abid Charef (Algeria)
Reserve assistant referee:
Anouar Hmila (Tunisia)
Video assistant referee:
Felix Zwayer (Germany)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Bastian Dankert (Germany)
Mark Borsch (Germany)
Danny Makkelie (Netherlands)

Denmark vs Australia

The two teams had met in three previous matches, most recently in a friendly in 2012, with Denmark prevailing 2–0.[10]

Thomas Delaney headed wide from Pione Sisto's cross after just two minutes against Australia. At the other end, Mathew Leckie rose above the Danish defence to head a corner over the bar but Denmark countered and Nicolai Jørgensen's lay-off afforded Christian Eriksen the chance to hit a half-volley past Mathew Ryan and into the top left corner of the net. Sisto shot a 20-yard drive and Jørgensen flashed a close-range header just wide. In the 35th minute, referee consulted VAR and decided that Yussuf Poulsen used his arm to block Leckie's headed shot and awarded the penalty, which Mile Jedinak shot into the bottom right corner of the net. Poulsen had a penalty claim of his own waved away early in the second half after he tumbled to the ground on his way into the Australia box. Kasper Schmeichel failed to collect a looping long ball before Leckie flashed the ball across the face of goal. Daniel Arzani teed up Aaron Mooy for a shot that flew just over the top right corner of Schmeichel's goal from outside the box. Andrew Nabbout left the field with a dislocated shoulder and was replaced by Tomi Juric.[18]

After Ghana, Australia are the second team in World Cup history to score three consecutive goals from the penalty spot.[19] Poulsen is the first player to concede two penalties in a single World Cup since Milan Dudić for Serbia in 2006. Mark Milligan completed 85 passes in this match - a record for an Australian player in a single game at a World Cup tournament.[20] As Poulsen had a yellow card in the previous match, he did not play for Denmark in the next match.

Denmark  1–1  Australia
Report
Attendance: 40,727[21]
Denmark[22]
Australia[22]
GK 1 Kasper Schmeichel
RB 14 Henrik Dalsgaard
CB 4 Simon Kjær (c)
CB 6 Andreas Christensen
LB 17 Jens Stryger Larsen
CM 8 Thomas Delaney
CM 19 Lasse Schöne
CM 10 Christian Eriksen
RF 20 Yussuf Poulsen Yellow card 37' Substituted off 59'
CF 9 Nicolai Jørgensen Substituted off 68'
LF 23 Pione Sisto Yellow card 84'
Substitutions:
FW 11 Martin Braithwaite Substituted in 59'
FW 21 Andreas Cornelius Substituted in 68'
Manager:
Norway Åge Hareide
DEN-AUS 2018-06-21.svg
GK 1 Mathew Ryan
RB 19 Josh Risdon
CB 20 Trent Sainsbury
CB 5 Mark Milligan
LB 16 Aziz Behich
CM 15 Mile Jedinak (c)
CM 13 Aaron Mooy
RW 7 Mathew Leckie
AM 23 Tom Rogic Substituted off 82'
LW 10 Robbie Kruse Substituted off 68'
CF 11 Andrew Nabbout Substituted off 75'
Substitutions:
FW 17 Daniel Arzani Substituted in 68'
FW 9 Tomi Juric Substituted in 75'
MF 22 Jackson Irvine Substituted in 82'
Manager:
Netherlands Bert van Marwijk

Man of the Match:
Christian Eriksen (Denmark)[23]

Assistant referees:[22]
Pau Cebrián Devís (Spain)
Roberto Díaz Pérez (Spain)
Fourth official:
Bamlak Tessema Weyesa (Ethiopia)
Reserve assistant referee:
Juan Carlos Mora (Costa Rica)
Video assistant referee:
Mark Geiger (United States)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Jair Marrufo (United States)
Joe Fletcher (Canada)
Paolo Valeri (Italy)

France vs Peru

The two teams had met only once, a friendly game in 1982, won by Peru 1–0.[24]

Yoshimar Yotún's shot from the halfway line drifted wide. Raphaël Varane missed with a header before Pedro Gallese saved with his legs to deny Antoine Griezmann after Olivier Giroud found him with a headed pass. Paolo Guerrero shot straight at Hugo Lloris on the turn after Christian Cueva found him in the box. Paul Pogba slid Giroud into the area and when his shot looped over Gallese via a deflection off Christian Ramos, Kylian Mbappé tapped into the empty net from inside the six-yard box. Pedro Aquino clipped the outside of the post with a drive from 25 yards. André Carrillo fired over the crossbar and Jefferson Farfán hit the side-netting. Guerrero missed a late free-kick, and France secured their place in the knockout stages, while Peru were knocked out.[25]

Mbappe became France's youngest ever goalscorer at the World Cup, aged 19 years and 183 days.[26] Mbappe became the first player born after France's 1998 World Cup triumph to score a goal at the finals. Peru are just the second South American side to fail to qualify for the World Cup knockout stages in the last three tournaments - the other being Ecuador in 2014.[27]

France  1–0  Peru
Report
France[29]
Peru[29]
GK 1 Hugo Lloris (c)
RB 2 Benjamin Pavard
CB 4 Raphaël Varane
CB 5 Samuel Umtiti
LB 21 Lucas Hernández
CM 6 Paul Pogba Yellow card 86' Substituted off 89'
CM 13 N'Golo Kanté
RW 10 Kylian Mbappé Substituted off 75'
AM 7 Antoine Griezmann Substituted off 80'
LW 14 Blaise Matuidi Yellow card 16'
CF 9 Olivier Giroud
Substitutions:
FW 11 Ousmane Dembélé Substituted in 75'
FW 18 Nabil Fekir Substituted in 80'
MF 15 Steven Nzonzi Substituted in 89'
Manager:
Didier Deschamps
FRA-PER 2018-06-21.svg
GK 1 Pedro Gallese
RB 17 Luis Advíncula
CB 15 Christian Ramos
CB 2 Alberto Rodríguez Substituted off 46'
LB 6 Miguel Trauco
CM 23 Pedro Aquino Yellow card 81'
CM 19 Yoshimar Yotún Substituted off 46'
RW 18 André Carrillo
AM 8 Christian Cueva Substituted off 82'
LW 20 Edison Flores
CF 9 Paolo Guerrero (c) Yellow card 23'
Substitutions:
FW 10 Jefferson Farfán Substituted in 46'
DF 4 Anderson Santamaría Substituted in 46'
FW 11 Raúl Ruidíaz Substituted in 82'
Manager:
Argentina Ricardo Gareca

Man of the Match:
Kylian Mbappé (France)[30]

Assistant referees:[29]
Mohamed Al Hammadi (United Arab Emirates)
Hasan Al Mahri (United Arab Emirates)
Fourth official:
Janny Sikazwe (Zambia)
Reserve assistant referee:
Jerson Dos Santos (Angola)
Video assistant referee:
Daniele Orsato (Italy)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Abdulrahman Al-Jassim (Qatar)
Taleb Al Maari (Qatar)
Szymon Marciniak (Poland)

Denmark vs France

The two teams had faced each other in 15 matches, including two World Cup group stage matches, in 1998, won by France 2–1, and in 2002, won by Denmark 2–0.[3]

Olivier Giroud and Raphaël Varane sent early efforts off target. In the 38th minute a strike from Antoine Griezmann was straight at Kasper Schmeichel. Steve Mandanda spilled a long-range Christian Eriksen free-kick before recovering to claim the loose ball ahead of lurking striker Andreas Cornelius. Eriksen shot wide in the 59th minute, although France substitute Nabil Fekir shot at the side-netting with a drive shortly after his introduction for Griezmann. Fekir forced a stop from Schmeichel in the 82nd minute, while Giroud had a late penalty appeal rejected by the referee.[31][32]

This was the only goalless draw of the 2018 World Cup; there were 36 matches played prior to this one, beating the previous record number of matches without a goalless draw to start a World Cup finals, set in 1954, when all 26 matches saw at least one goal.[33][34]

Denmark  0–0  France
Report
Attendance: 78,011[35]
Referee: Sandro Ricci (Brazil)
Denmark[36]
France[36]
GK 1 Kasper Schmeichel
RB 14 Henrik Dalsgaard
CB 4 Simon Kjær (c)
CB 6 Andreas Christensen
LB 17 Jens Stryger Larsen
CM 8 Thomas Delaney Substituted off 90+2'
CM 13 Mathias Jørgensen Yellow card 45+3'
CM 10 Christian Eriksen
RF 23 Pione Sisto Substituted off 60'
CF 21 Andreas Cornelius Substituted off 75'
LF 11 Martin Braithwaite
Substitutions:
FW 15 Viktor Fischer Substituted in 60'
FW 12 Kasper Dolberg Substituted in 75'
MF 18 Lukas Lerager Substituted in 90+2'
Manager:
Norway Åge Hareide
DEN-FRA 2018-06-26.svg
GK 16 Steve Mandanda
RB 19 Djibril Sidibé
CB 4 Raphaël Varane (c)
CB 3 Presnel Kimpembe
LB 21 Lucas Hernández Substituted off 50'
CM 13 N'Golo Kanté
CM 15 Steven Nzonzi
RW 11 Ousmane Dembélé Substituted off 78'
AM 7 Antoine Griezmann Substituted off 68'
LW 8 Thomas Lemar
CF 9 Olivier Giroud
Substitutions:
DF 22 Benjamin Mendy Substituted in 50'
FW 18 Nabil Fekir Substituted in 68'
FW 10 Kylian Mbappé Substituted in 78'
Manager:
Didier Deschamps

Man of the Match:
N'Golo Kanté (France)[37]

Assistant referees:[36]
Emerson de Carvalho (Brazil)
Marcelo Van Gasse (Brazil)
Fourth official:
Gianluca Rocchi (Italy)
Reserve assistant referee:
Mauro Tonolini (Italy)
Video assistant referee:
Mauro Vigliano (Argentina)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Wilton Sampaio (Brazil)
Carlos Astroza (Chile)
Tiago Martins (Portugal)

Australia vs Peru

The two teams had never met before.[10]

Mile Jedinak was booked for a high boot on Christian Cueva after nine minutes of the first half. At the 18th minute, Paolo Guerrero broke into the penalty area, cut back onto his right foot and swung a deep cross for André Carrillo to lash a volley through Jedinak's legs and into the bottom right corner of the net. Tom Rogic beat three defenders on a run into the penalty area after 26 minutes and saw his shot saved by Pedro Gallese, before Mathew Leckie was denied by an Anderson Santamaría tackle as he slid in on goal. Five minutes into the second half, Guerrero hooked the ball into the far corner of the net beyond Mathew Ryan's left hand. Jedinak's far-post header was saved by Gallese and Trent Sainsbury shot wide from close range, while substitute Tim Cahill had a volley blocked inside the penalty area. Edison Flores crashed a low drive onto the post from the edge of the box in the closing minutes, but the offside flag was raised.[38]

Carrillo became the first Peru player to score at a World Cup in 36 years. He ended a barren run of 205 minutes since Guillermo La Rosa struck in a 5–1 loss to Poland during Spain 1982.[39] Peru won their first match at the World Cup since a 4–1 win over Iran in 1978. Guerrero - aged 34 years and 176 days - became the third oldest South American scorer at the World Cup, behind only Argentina's Martín Palermo (36 years, 227 days) and Obdulio Varela of Uruguay (36 years 279 days). Cahill became the first Australian to appear at four different World Cup finals.[40] For Australia, they had not won any World Cup matches since their last major victory in 2010 FIFA World Cup, beating Serbia 2–1; and also Australia had not defeated any South American team in the FIFA World Cup, having been beaten by Brazil 0–2 in 2006, drew 0–0 and lost 1–3 to Chile in 1974 and 2014.

Australia  0–2  Peru
Report
Attendance: 44,073[41]
Australia[42]
Peru[42]
GK 1 Mathew Ryan
RB 19 Josh Risdon
CB 20 Trent Sainsbury
CB 5 Mark Milligan Yellow card 88'
LB 16 Aziz Behich
CM 15 Mile Jedinak (c) Yellow card 10'
CM 13 Aaron Mooy
RW 7 Mathew Leckie
AM 23 Tom Rogic Yellow card 66' Substituted off 72'
LW 10 Robbie Kruse Substituted off 58'
CF 9 Tomi Juric Substituted off 53'
Substitutions:
FW 4 Tim Cahill Substituted in 53'
MF 17 Daniel Arzani Yellow card 60' Substituted in 58'
MF 22 Jackson Irvine Substituted in 72'
Manager:
Netherlands Bert van Marwijk
AUS-PER 2018-06-26.svg
GK 1 Pedro Gallese
RB 17 Luis Advíncula
CB 15 Christian Ramos
CB 4 Anderson Santamaría
LB 6 Miguel Trauco
CM 13 Renato Tapia Substituted off 63'
CM 19 Yoshimar Yotún Yellow card 45' Substituted off 46'
RW 18 André Carrillo Substituted off 79'
AM 8 Christian Cueva
LW 20 Edison Flores
CF 9 Paolo Guerrero (c)
Substitutions:
MF 23 Pedro Aquino Substituted in 46'
MF 7 Paolo Hurtado Yellow card 79' Substituted in 63'
MF 16 Wilder Cartagena Substituted in 79'
Manager:
Argentina Ricardo Gareca

Man of the Match:
André Carrillo (Peru)[43]

Assistant referees:[42]
Anton Averianov (Russia)
Tikhon Kalugin (Russia)
Fourth official:
Ryuji Sato (Japan)
Reserve assistant referee:
Toru Sagara (Japan)
Video assistant referee:
Danny Makkelie (Netherlands)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Jair Marrufo (United States)
Mark Borsch (Germany)
Bastian Dankert (Germany)

Discipline

Fair play points would have been used as tiebreakers if the overall and head-to-head records of teams had been tied. These were calculated based on yellow and red cards received in all group matches as follows:[2]

  • first yellow card: minus 1 point;
  • indirect red card (second yellow card): minus 3 points;
  • direct red card: minus 4 points;
  • yellow card and direct red card: minus 5 points;

Only one of the above deductions would be applied to a player in a single match.

Team Match 1 Match 2 Match 3 Points
Yellow card Yellow card Yellow-red card Red card Yellow card Red card Yellow card Yellow card Yellow-red card Red card Yellow card Red card Yellow card Yellow card Yellow-red card Red card Yellow card Red card
 France 1 2 −3
 Denmark 2 2 1 −5
 Peru 1 2 2 −5
 Australia 3 4 −7

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External links

  • 2018 FIFA World Cup Group C, FIFA.com
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