FIFA 18 WORLD UP – MAN OF THE MATCH – FELLAINI, MINA, KHAZRI, BEDNAREK

The last day of the group stages was relatively tame, at least compared to the rest of the week’s matches. Belgium beat England, 1-0, to win Group G, while Tunisia came from behind to defeat Panama 2-1 for bragging rights. In the early games, Colombia lay claim to first place in Group H with a one-nil victory over Senegal, the last African team in contention, and Poland almost played spoiler for Japan with yet another 1-0 scoreline.
Belgium’s Adnan Januzaj scored a worldie, curling a shot over England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford early in the second half, to get his first international goal on the biggest of stages. Marouane Fellaini put in a shift in the middle of the park as the staunch Belgian defense held the 1-0 lead. After an own goal pegged them back in the first half, Tunisia equalized in the 51st and took the lead through vice captain Wahbi Khazri 15 minutes later. The match ended 2-1. Fellaini goes from an 81 overall rating to a while Khazri jumps from 78 to.
Japan managed to qualify despite giving Poland the consolation win, with 22-year-old centerback Jan Bednarek scoring his first international goal as well. Colombian hero Yerry Mina scored his second of the tournament to win the group for Los Cafeteros. Bednarek’s FUT WC rating increase from a meager 68 all the way to while Mina jumps from 77 to.
The four items will be dynamically updated in your club if you have them already. The rest of the latest World Cup (or FUT 18) items can be found here, and the following list contains the rest of the past MOTMs.

FIFA 18 WC MAN OF THE MATCH UPDATED RATINGS SO FAR:
Thursday, June 14
— 79->82 CM Aleksandr Golovin
Friday, June 15
— 83->85 CB José Giménez
— 95->96 ST Cristiano Ronaldo
— 84->86 ST Diego Costa
— 75->81 GK Alireza Beiranvand
Saturday, June 16
— 89->90 CM Luka Modrić
— 88->89 CDM N’Golo Kanté
— 74->80 GK Hannes Þór Halldórsson
— 74->80 RW Yussuf Poulsen
Sunday, June 17
— 80->83 CM Héctor Herrera
— 81->84 LW Hirving Lozano
— 88->89 RW Philippe Coutinho
— 80->83 LWB Aleksandar Kolarov
Monday, June 18
— 87->88 ST Harry Kane
— 86->87 ST Romelu Lukaku
— 81->84 CB Andreas Granqvist
Tuesday, June 19
— 75->81 LW M’Baye Niang
— 76->81 LM Denis Cheryshev
— 75->81 ST Yuya Ōsako
Wednesday, June 20
— 84->86 CM João Moutinho
— 86->87 LW Isco
— 91->92 ST Luis Suarez
Thursday, June 21
— 86->87 CM Ivan Rakitić
— 89->90 CAM Christian Eriksen
— 84->86 ST Olivier Giroud
— 76->81 CM Aaron Mooy
Friday, June 22
— 74->80 RM Ahmed Musa
— 82->84 RM Xherdan Shaqiri
— 83->85 RW Douglas Costa
Saturday, June 23
— 90->91 CM Toni Kroos
— 90->91 CF Eden Hazard
— 81->84 ST Javier Hernandez
Sunday, June 24
— 80->83 CAM Jesse Lingard
— 78->82 LM Takashi Inui
— 82->84 RM Juan Cuadrado
Monday, June 25
— 89->90 ST Edinson Cavani
— 70->78 RM Salem Al Dawsari
— 83->85 RM Ricardo Quaresma
— 82->84 GK Alireza Beiranvand
— 83->85 ST Iago Aspas
Tuesday, June 26
— 93-94 RW Lionel Messi
— 80->83 CB Simon Kjær
— 81->84 CB Marcos Rojo
— 79->83 RM André Carrillo
— 78->82 CDM Milan Badelj
Wednesday, June 27
— 76->81 LB Ludwig Augustinsson
— 76->81 RM Joel Campbell
— 71->80 CB Kim Young-Gwon
— 83->85 LM Son Heung-Min
— 86->87 CB Thiago Silva

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