Meet Zabivaka, the FIFA 2018 World Cup mascot Image: AFP
The FIFA 2018 World Cup has now moved on to its next (and more exciting) stage, the round of 16, where teams will not get a second chance to deliver.
Germany failed to make the cut as they were trounced 0-2 by South Korea, becoming the fourth reigning champions to suffer a group-stage exit in the last five World Cup tournaments.
The round of 16 clashes start June 30 onwards, with the first one between fortunate survivors Argentina and France. Uruguay and Portugal also lock horns on the same day.
Before wasting any more time, we bring you the complete schedule so that you don’t have to hunt the Internet for the deets.