Suarez sends Uruguay, and Russian Federation, to last 16 at World Cup

Uruguay's player Luis Suarez attends a training session

Uruguay's player Luis Suarez attends a training session

Saudi Arabia's World Cup team plane caught fire in mid-air on its way to Rostov, Russia, where the side will face Uruguay on Wednesday.

The victory, which also confirms Russia's place in the knockout stage and eliminates both Saudi Arabia and Egypt, was secured through a close-range goal from Luis Suarez (23) on his 100th appearance for his country. That strike was Suarez's sixth World Cup goal and made him the first Uruguayan to score in three separate finals.

Luis Suarez won his 100th cap for Uruguay, starting up front with Edinson Cavani.

"Even if you want to draw up plans for Ronaldo, he always finds a way out or makes a difference or puts his team back on the right track", Renard said on Tuesday.

The South American's may have been expecting to win by more considering how disappointing the Saudi's were against the hosts Russian Federation on the opening day of the tournament, but they had to settle for just the one goal, but the most important thing was gaining the three points to seal qualification to the knockout rounds.

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Saudi Arabia were dealt a blow just before half-time as Hussain Almoqahwi replaced the injured Taiseer Aljassam following a coming-together with Suarez.

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The 71-year-old Tabarez is the oldest coach at the tournament and also led Uruguay to the World Cup semifinals in 2010.

"This World Cup is proving that what matters most is the result, and we're very proud to have reached the last 16 for the third time in a row". The striker has seen himself being painted as the villain in the last two editions of the World Cup.

Iran have made a big splash so far with Carlos Queiroz and win over Morocco have relieved "Great Pressure" on them but for the Spanish football team could be disastrous, failing to beat Team Melli.

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