What Putin told Russian players after they were eliminated

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The issues of worldwide cybersecurity may be included in the agenda of an upcoming summit between Russian and US Presidents Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump in Finland on July 16, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told TASS on Friday.

Mr Peskov said: "He watched, he was rooting for the team". He congratulated us on a very good game. If they trusted us or not, we trusted ourselves.

The planned July 16 head-to-head between the United States and Russian leaders will follow a delicate North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit in Brussels.

Russia's host nation status had been met with resistance by some in the West who suggested the tournament could be unsafe and play into the hands of Putin, who stands accused by Washington of conducting "malign activities" around the world.

Russian Federation and Croatia were tied 1-1 after a tense ninety minutes.

Putin noted that the number of cyberattacks on Russian Federation has increased by one-third in the first quarter of 2018, compared to the same period previous year. They know what the national team is worth.

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With the Royal Family and Theresa May staying at home, it could be left to Rio to fly the flag in Moscow and who knows. even bring Putin to the summit table - as Rodman claimed he had done with Kim and Donald Trump.

Coach Stanislav Cherchesov said the Russian Federation should not be happy despite exceeding expectations at their own World Cup.

The country selected 11 host cities to be the venues for the matches of the 2018 World Cup and they are Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sochi, Kazan, Saransk, Kaliningrad, Volgograd, Rostov-on-Don, Nizhny Novgorod, Yekaterinburg and Samara.

He also responded to a question on whether the team enjoyed the trust of the country.

Moscow's streets have been flooded with fans and locals, not least due to Russia's own progression at the tournament.

"There was not a single national team playing in this World Cup which had the complete trust of their country".

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Yet he was there to head in Jesse Lingard's cross to double the lead, after Harry Maguire's first half opener. One person wrote on Facebook: "I think this is a fabulous gesture!" "We will be more competitive".

"It's unfortunate, but nonetheless it was a great game", he wrote on Twitter.

Reuters quoted student Artyom Osadchy as saying: "It was a great match".

Their quarter-final exit on penalties to Croatia, among the most skilled teams here, on Saturday was further proof that Russian Federation never meant to just playing along.

This time, it was the Croatian fans' turn to celebrate.

"No other team in the world has fans like we do".

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