2018 FIFA World Cup Group H

Group H of the 2018 FIFA World Cup took place from 19 to 28 June 2018.[1] The group consisted of Poland, Senegal, Colombia, and Japan. The top two teams, Colombia and Japan, advanced to the round of 16.[2] For the first time in World Cup history, the "fair play" rule was invoked to break a tie. Japan and Senegal finished with identical scores and goal differences to tie for second behind Colombia. Japan were awarded the place in the final 16 based on receiving fewer yellow cards in their three matches.[3][4]

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
H1 Poland1UEFAUEFA Group E winners8 October 20178th2006 (group stage)Third place (1974, 1982)68
H2 Senegal3CAFCAF Third Round Group D winners10 November 20172nd2002 (quarter-finals)Quarter-finals (2002)3227
H3 Colombia2CONMEBOLCONMEBOL Round Robin fourth place10 October 20176th2014 (quarter-finals)Quarter-finals (2014)1316
H4 Japan4AFCAFC Third Round Group B winners31 August 20176th2014 (group stage)Round of 16 (2002, 2010)4461
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  Colombia 3 2 0 1 5 2 +3 6 Advance to knockout stage
2  Japan 3 1 1 1 4 4 0 4[lower-alpha 1]
3  Senegal 3 1 1 1 4 4 0 4[lower-alpha 1]
4  Poland 3 1 0 2 2 5 3 3
Source: FIFA
Rules for classification: Group stage tiebreakers
Notes:
  1. 1 2 Fair play points: Japan −4, Senegal −6.

In the round of 16:

Matches

All times listed are local time.[1]

Colombia vs Japan

The two teams had met in three previous matches, most recently in a 2014 FIFA World Cup group stage game, won by Colombia 4–1.[5]

In the third minute, Carlos Sánchez blocked Shinji Kagawa's 20-yard shot with his arm and the referee pointed to the penalty spot before showing the midfielder a straight red card.[6] After lengthy protests, Sanchez eventually left the field and Kagawa slotted the penalty into the bottom right corner of the net. José Pékerman then replaced Juan Cuadrado with Wílmar Barrios at the half-hour mark, and an equaliser arrived nine minutes later, from a Juan Fernando Quintero free kick, shot low under the jumping wall which the goalkeeper failed to keep out.[7] In the second half, David Ospina dived full length to his left to stop Takashi Inui's curling 20-yard shot. Yuya Osako then headed the ball into the far corner of the net from a Keisuke Honda corner from the left. With 13 minutes left, James Rodríguez's strike from inside the box was turned over the crossbar by the outstretched leg of Osako.[8]

Quintero became the first Colombia player in history to score at two World Cups. Japan became the first Asian team to beat a South American team in the competition's history.[9] Honda is the first player from an Asian nation to provide an assist in three different World Cup tournaments since 1966. Eiji Kawashima (35 years, 91 days) became the oldest player to appear for Japan in a World Cup finals match.[7][8]

Colombia  1–2  Japan
Report
Attendance: 40,842[10]

Colombia[11]
Japan[11]
GK1David Ospina
RB4Santiago Arias
CB23Dávinson Sánchez
CB3Óscar Murillo
LB17Johan Mojica
CM6Carlos Sánchez 3'
CM16Jefferson Lerma
RW11Juan Cuadrado 31'
AM20Juan Fernando Quintero 59'
LW21José Izquierdo 70'
CF9Radamel Falcao (c)
Substitutions:
MF5Wílmar Barrios 64' 31'
MF10James Rodríguez 86' 59'
FW7Carlos Bacca 70'
Manager:
José Pékerman
GK1Eiji Kawashima 90+4'
RB19Hiroki Sakai
CB22Maya Yoshida
CB3Gen Shoji
LB5Yuto Nagatomo
CM17Makoto Hasebe (c)
CM7Gaku Shibasaki 80'
RW8Genki Haraguchi
AM10Shinji Kagawa 70'
LW14Takashi Inui
CF15Yuya Osako 85'
Substitutions:
MF4Keisuke Honda 70'
MF16Hotaru Yamaguchi 80'
FW9Shinji Okazaki 85'
Manager:
Akira Nishino

Man of the Match:
Yuya Osako (Japan)[12]

Assistant referees:[11]
Jure Praprotnik (Slovenia)
Robert Vukan (Slovenia)
Fourth official:
Mehdi Abid Charef (Algeria)
Reserve assistant referee:
Anouar Hmila (Tunisia)
Video assistant referee:
Danny Makkelie (Netherlands)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Bastian Dankert (Germany)
Sander van Roekel (Netherlands)
Felix Zwayer (Germany)

Poland vs Senegal

The two teams had never met before.[13]

Senegal had the first clear chance in the 18th minute, M'Baye Niang dragging an effort wide after a break. Senegal took the lead when Idrissa Gueye's 20-yard shot took a huge deflection off Thiago Cionek to wrong-foot Poland goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny and give Senegal the lead. Robert Lewandowski stepped up to float a 25-yard free-kick over the wall, Khadim N'Diaye dived to turn the ball away. Grzegorz Krychowiak hooked a high ball back towards his own goal from inside the Senegal half and with Szczesny attempting to intercept by coming out of his penalty area, Niang knocked the ball past him before side footing into an unguarded goal.[14] Arkadiusz Milik slotted a Łukasz Piszczek cross wide at the near post. Dawid Kownacki's headed attempt was saved late on by N'Diaye but the goalkeeper was beaten by Krychowiak's header with five minutes to go after a free kick from the right.[15][16]

Cionek became the first Polish player to score an own goal in a World Cup match. Cionek's own goal was only the second time an African nation has benefited from an own goal in a World Cup match, after Andoni Zubizarreta for Spain against Nigeria in 1998.[17] Senegal continued their impressive undefeated in the opening World Cup match, having beaten France 1–0 in 2002.

Poland  1–2  Senegal
Report
Attendance: 44,190[18]

Poland[19]
Senegal[19]
GK1Wojciech Szczęsny
RB20Łukasz Piszczek 83'
CB4Thiago Cionek
CB2Michał Pazdan
LB13Maciej Rybus
CM10Grzegorz Krychowiak 12'
CM19Piotr Zieliński
RW16Jakub Błaszczykowski 46'
AM7Arkadiusz Milik 73'
LW11Kamil Grosicki
CF9Robert Lewandowski (c)
Substitutions:
DF5Jan Bednarek 46'
FW23Dawid Kownacki 73'
DF18Bartosz Bereszyński 83'
Manager:
Adam Nawałka
GK16Khadim N'Diaye
RB22Moussa Wagué
CB3Kalidou Koulibaly
CB6Salif Sané 49'
LB12Youssouf Sabaly
RM10Sadio Mané (c)
CM13Alfred N'Diaye 87'
CM5Idrissa Gueye 72'
LM18Ismaïla Sarr
CF9Mame Biram Diouf 62'
CF19M'Baye Niang 75'
Substitutions:
MF11Cheikh N'Doye 62'
FW14Moussa Konaté 75'
MF8Cheikhou Kouyaté 87'
Manager:
Aliou Cissé

Man of the Match:
M'Baye Niang (Senegal)[20]

Assistant referees:[19]
Yaser Tulefat (Bahrain)
Taleb Al Maari (Qatar)
Fourth official:
Abdulrahman Al-Jassim (Qatar)
Reserve assistant referee:
Mohamed Al Hammadi (United Arab Emirates)
Video assistant referee:
Artur Soares Dias (Portugal)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Tiago Martins (Portugal)
Hernán Maidana (Argentina)
Wilton Sampaio (Brazil)

Japan vs Senegal

The two teams had faced each other three times, most recently in a friendly in 2003, won by Senegal 1–0.[5]

Senegal took the lead in the 11th minute when Japanese goalkeeper Eiji Kawashima spilled a Youssouf Sabaly shot into the path of Sadio Mané, who hit the ball in from close range. Japan responded in the 34th minute when Yuto Nagatomo received a ball over the top and sent it to Takashi Inui, who curled a shot into the bottom corner past the Senegalese defenders. Yuya Osako missed a close chance in front of the Senegal net and Inui's shot struck the crossbar, before Senegal retook the lead in the 71st minute, when Moussa Wagué finished a low Sabaly cross into the top corner. Japan equalised again just seven minutes later, when Senegal goalkeeper Khadim N'Diaye failed to collect an Osako cross, leading to Inui sending the ball to Japanese substitute Keisuke Honda, who finished at the near post.[21]

Wagué became the youngest African goalscorer at a World Cup, at the age of 19 years and 268 days. With his goal, Honda became the first Japanese player to score at three different World Cups, as well as the top scoring Asian player in World Cup history with four goals. Japan equalled their best points tally of four after two group games at a World Cup, just as they did as co-hosts in 2002.[22][23]

Japan  2–2  Senegal
Report

Japan[25]
Senegal[25]
GK1Eiji Kawashima
RB19Hiroki Sakai
CB22Maya Yoshida
CB3Gen Shoji
LB5Yuto Nagatomo
CM17Makoto Hasebe (c) 90+4'
CM7Gaku Shibasaki
RW8Genki Haraguchi 75'
AM10Shinji Kagawa 72'
LW14Takashi Inui 68' 87'
CF15Yuya Osako
Substitutions:
MF4Keisuke Honda 72'
FW9Shinji Okazaki 75'
MF11Takashi Usami 87'
Manager:
Akira Nishino
GK16Khadim N'Diaye
RB12Youssouf Sabaly 90'
CB3Kalidou Koulibaly
CB6Salif Sané
LB22Moussa Wagué
CM17Badou Ndiaye 81'
CM13Alfred N'Diaye 65'
CM5Idrissa Gueye
RF18Ismaïla Sarr
CF19M'Baye Niang 59' 86'
LF10Sadio Mané (c)
Substitutions:
MF8Cheikhou Kouyaté 65'
MF11Cheikh N'Doye 90+1' 81'
FW9Mame Biram Diouf 86'
Manager:
Aliou Cissé

Man of the Match:
Sadio Mané (Senegal)[26]

Assistant referees:[25]
Elenito Di Liberatore (Italy)
Mauro Tonolini (Italy)
Fourth official:
Abdulrahman Al-Jassim (Qatar)
Reserve assistant referee:
Taleb Al Maari (Qatar)
Video assistant referee:
Massimiliano Irrati (Italy)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Tiago Martins (Portugal)
Hernán Maidana (Argentina)
Paolo Valeri (Italy)

Poland vs Colombia

The two teams had met in five matches, most recently in a 2006 friendly, won by Colombia 2–1.[5]

Abel Aguilar was taken from the field on a stretcher in the 32nd minute and was replaced by Mateus Uribe. Shortly after, a cross by James Rodríguez from the right was met by the head of Yerry Mina, who lost his marker to head over Wojciech Szczęsny's outstretched arms and into the net. Juan Fernando Quintero fired wide from 25 yards at the start of the second half. Cuadrado then squared to Radamel Falcao on the edge of the box who lifted his shot well over the crossbar. In the 58th minute, Robert Lewandowski controlled a long pass only to shoot straight into David Ospina's midriff as Poland attempted their first shot on target of the game. Quintero's slide-rule pass presented Falcao with a one-on-one situation and he guided the ball past Szczęsny with the outside of his right foot to double his side's lead. With 15 minutes left on the clock, James' pass from the left found Cuadrado in space through the middle and he took a touch before finishing it into the bottom-right corner of the net.[27][28]

Poland were the first European nation to be eliminated from the 2018 World Cup. Including Colombia's victory against Poland, there were 14 World Cup goals scored on 24 June 2018 - the most on a single day of action in the competition (maximum 3 games) since 10 June 1990 (also 14).[29]

Poland  0–3  Colombia
Report
Attendance: 42,873[30]

Poland[31]
Colombia[31]
GK1Wojciech Szczęsny
CB20Łukasz Piszczek
CB5Jan Bednarek 61'
CB2Michał Pazdan 80'
RM18Bartosz Bereszyński 72'
CM10Grzegorz Krychowiak
CM6Jacek Góralski 85'
LM13Maciej Rybus
RF19Piotr Zieliński
CF9Robert Lewandowski (c)
LF23Dawid Kownacki 57'
Substitutions:
MF11Kamil Grosicki 57'
FW14Łukasz Teodorczyk 72'
DF15Kamil Glik 80'
Manager:
Adam Nawałka
GK1David Ospina
RB4Santiago Arias
CB23Dávinson Sánchez
CB13Yerry Mina
LB17Johan Mojica
CM8Abel Aguilar 32'
CM5Wílmar Barrios
RW11Juan Cuadrado
AM20Juan Fernando Quintero 73'
LW10James Rodríguez
CF9Radamel Falcao (c) 78'
Substitutions:
MF15Mateus Uribe 32'
MF16Jefferson Lerma 73'
FW7Carlos Bacca 78'
Manager:
José Pékerman

Man of the Match:
James Rodríguez (Colombia)[32]

Assistant referees:[31]
Marvin Torrentera (Mexico)
Miguel Hernández (Mexico)
Fourth official:
Julio Bascuñán (Chile)
Reserve assistant referee:
Christian Schiemann (Chile)
Video assistant referee:
Mauro Vigliano (Argentina)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Gery Vargas (Bolivia)
Roberto Díaz Pérez (Spain)
Daniele Orsato (Italy)

Japan vs Poland

The two teams had met twice, most recently in a friendly game in 2002, won by Japan 2–0.[5]

Yoshinori Muto's drive forced Łukasz Fabiański to parry, before the goalkeeper smothered a Gōtoku Sakai effort. Eiji Kawashima scooped Kamil Grosicki's header clear. With just over half an hour remaining, Rafał Kurzawa's free-kick from the left picked out Jan Bednarek, who volleyed it into the net from six yards out. Maya Yoshida headed well wide from a left-wing corner. Robert Lewandowski steered Grosicki's pin-point pass over the top.[33][34]

Poland has beat Japan for the first time in an official match, having defeated Japan in four unofficial matches. Poland have won each of their 14 games in which they have scored first in World Cup finals. Poland have kept a clean sheet at the World Cup for the first time since winning 1–0 against Portugal in 1986.[35] On another side, since the new millenia, Poland had repeated their poor performances in 2002 and 2006 World Cups, eliminated after losing two opening matches before grabbing a late victory in the final match.

There was some criticism of the final minutes in the game, as both sides appeared to settle for the 1–0 scoreline.[36]

Japan  0–1  Poland
Report
Attendance: 42,189[37]

Japan[38]
Poland[38]
GK1Eiji Kawashima (c)
RB19Hiroki Sakai
CB22Maya Yoshida
CB20Tomoaki Makino 66'
LB5Yuto Nagatomo
CM16Hotaru Yamaguchi
CM7Gaku Shibasaki
RW21Gōtoku Sakai
AM9Shinji Okazaki 47'
LW11Takashi Usami 65'
CF13Yoshinori Muto 82'
Substitutions:
FW15Yuya Osako 47'
MF14Takashi Inui 65'
MF17Makoto Hasebe 82'
Manager:
Akira Nishino
GK22Łukasz Fabiański
CB18Bartosz Bereszyński
CB15Kamil Glik
CB5Jan Bednarek
RM21Rafał Kurzawa 79'
CM10Grzegorz Krychowiak
CM6Jacek Góralski
LM3Artur Jędrzejczyk
RF19Piotr Zieliński 79'
CF9Robert Lewandowski (c)
LF11Kamil Grosicki
Substitutions:
FW14Łukasz Teodorczyk 79'
MF17Sławomir Peszko 79'
Manager:
Adam Nawałka

Man of the Match:
Jan Bednarek (Poland)[39]

Assistant referees:[38]
Jerson Dos Santos (Angola)
Zakhele Siwela (South Africa)
Fourth official:
Ricardo Montero (Costa Rica)
Reserve assistant referee:
Juan Carlos Mora (Costa Rica)
Video assistant referee:
Daniele Orsato (Italy)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Gery Vargas (Bolivia)
Carlos Astroza (Chile)
Paolo Valeri (Italy)

Senegal vs Colombia

The two teams had met only once, a 2014 friendly game which ended in a 2–2 draw.[5]

The referee awarded Senegal a penalty in the 17th minute. After consulting VAR, he judged that defender Dávinson Sánchez had won the ball before making any contact with Sadio Mané. After half an hour, James Rodríguez was substituted with what appeared to be a recurrence of the injury that kept him out of Colombia's 2–1 loss to Japan. Mané took a free-kick in the 64th minute which he shot off-target. Kalidou Koulibaly got a touch on a Luis Muriel drive to deflect the ball narrowly wide. And in the 74th minute Colombia scored the decisive goal of the game, Juan Quintero's corner from the right found Yerry Mina who rose and crashed home a header that went through goalkeeper Khadim N'Diaye.[40]

With Senegal being the last African team to be knocked out of Russia 2018, there were no teams from Africa in the Round of 16 for the first time since the stage was introduced in 1986.[41] Colombia were the only team to reach the knockout stages of Russia 2018 despite losing their opening match of the tournament. Senegal became the third team to be eliminated from Russia 2018 despite winning their opening game of the tournament (also Iran and Serbia); and even moreover, this was the first time Senegal got eliminated from the group stage, despite owning a huge advantage prior to the match against Colombia. The last time as many as three teams failed to get through the group stages despite winning their opener was in 2002 (Argentina, Costa Rica and Russia).[42]

Senegal  0–1  Colombia
Report
Attendance: 41,970[43]

Senegal[44]
Colombia[44]
GK16Khadim N'Diaye
RB21Lamine Gassama
CB6Salif Sané
CB3Kalidou Koulibaly
LB12Youssouf Sabaly 74'
RM18Ismaïla Sarr
CM8Cheikhou Kouyaté (c)
CM5Idrissa Gueye
LM10Sadio Mané
CF20Keita Baldé 80'
CF19M'Baye Niang 51' 86'
Substitutions:
DF22Moussa Wagué 74'
FW14Moussa Konaté 80'
FW15Diafra Sakho 86'
Manager:
Aliou Cissé
GK1David Ospina
RB4Santiago Arias
CB23Dávinson Sánchez
CB13Yerry Mina
LB17Johan Mojica 45'
CM15Mateus Uribe 83'
CM6Carlos Sánchez
RW11Juan Cuadrado
AM20Juan Fernando Quintero
LW10James Rodríguez 31'
CF9Radamel Falcao (c) 89'
Substitutions:
FW14Luis Muriel 31'
MF16Jefferson Lerma 83'
FW19Miguel Borja 89'
Manager:
José Pékerman

Man of the Match:
Yerry Mina (Colombia)[45]

Assistant referees:[44]
Milovan Ristić (Serbia)
Dalibor Đurđević (Serbia)
Fourth official:
Bamlak Tessema Weyesa (Ethiopia)
Reserve assistant referee:
Hasan Al Mahri (United Arab Emirates)
Video assistant referee:
Danny Makkelie (Netherlands)
Assistant video assistant referees:
Bastian Dankert (Germany)
Elenito Di Liberatore (Italy)
Gianluca Rocchi (Italy)

Discipline

Fair play points, which were used as tiebreakers if the overall and head-to-head records of teams were tied, 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 should be applied to a player in a single match.

Team Match 1 Match 2 Match 3 Points
 Poland 1 2 −3
 Japan 1 2 1 −4
 Senegal 2 3 1 −6
 Colombia 21 1 −7

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