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Group B of the 2018 FIFA World Cup began on 12 June and ended on 22 June 2018. The group contained Scotland, England, France, and Germany. France and Scotland had previously met in the group stage in 1958: in that year, all four British nations qualified (including Scotland, but also England, Wales, and Northern Ireland), and the game between France and Scotland ended as a 2-1 win for the French. France and England had been grouped together in 1966, when England was host and went on to be champions. England and France had also been grouped together in 1982, both teams advanced to the second round; England met West Germany (another team in Group B) in the second round of the same World Cup, and the game ended 0-0. West Germany and Scotland had previously met in 1986; the game ended as a 2-1 victory for the Germans.

As group winners, Scotland advanced to face Naanbreadland, the Group A runners-up, while Germany, who finished as group runners-up, faced Leubantia, who won Group A.


Please note that "c" means captain.

Scotland vs. EnglandEdit

The first goal in this match was from Scotland's captain, Hamish McLaing, who headed in a goal following a corner-kick in the twelfth minute. The game remained 1-0 for a long time. During that time, England had chances to score, such as in the 56th minute, when captain Stuart Pantner thrusted the ball towards the goal, only for the ball to be kicked away by Scotland's goalkeeper, Innes Fairbairn. Shortly after Pantner's chance, fellow Englishman Alex Brunkin became the first player to be sent off in the World Cup, after punching Ross Yaleford in the chest while both players were trying to get control of the ball during a Scottish throw-in. The second goal was scored in the 87th minute, also by McLaing, from a direct free kick. After the match, Scotland's coach, Malcolm Armstrong, congratulated his team on winning the match, while England's coach, Benjamin Rackstone, said "We should have done better."

World Cup
12 June 2018
90 minutes
Group stage
Proper flag of Scotland Scotland 2-0 Flag of England England Üscîr Frîntün Stadium, Zîbärmîv
Attendance: 35, 746
Referee: Miroslav Roskada (Czech Republic)
McLaing Soccerball shade 12'87'
Proper flag of Scotland
SCOTLAND:
GK 1 Innes Fairbairn
DF 4 Colin Weston
DF 5 Jordan Robertson
DF 6 Leslie McTavish
DF 7 Kenneth Telsford
MD 8 Ross Yaleford
MD 9 Fergus Levein
MD 10Harry Mensfold
MD 11Ciaran Laing
FW 2 Hamish McLaing (c)
FW 3 Lucas MacDonald
Coach:
Proper flag of Scotland Malcolm Armstrong
Flag of England
ENGLAND:
GK 1 Matt Radley
DF 4 Stuart Pantner (c)
DF 5 Jeffrey Huntley
DF 6 Roger Demspton
DF 7 Jack Redford
MD 8 Matthew Addlesey
MD 9 Alex Brunkin Red card 58'
MD 10 Paul Eastford
MD 11 Reece Yapertley
FW 2 Xavier Adams
FW 3 Tom Rankton
Coach:
Flag of England Benjamin Rackstone

Assistant referees:
Flag of Slovakia Róbert Petrovaš
Flag of the Czech Republic Petr Haslič
Fourth official:
Flag of Rorbania Vitali Romanov
Fifth official:
Flag of Rorbania Aleksandr Epranov

Man of the Match:
Proper flag of Scotland Hamish McLaing

France vs. GermanyEdit

The first goal in this match came from German captain Hermann Wüsser in the 12th minute, when he ran into the penalty box and shot the ball past French goalkeeper Thierry Kampou. France equalized in the 26th minute, when they were awarded a direct free kick. The free kick was taken by France's captain, Hugo de Montagu. de Montagu kicked the ball with all his might, curling it around the German defensive wall and into the net. Germany restored their lead in 36th minute, when Hermann Wüsser headed in a goal following a corner-kick. Wüsser scored another goal in the 87th minute to complete his hat-trick, when a shot from Tony Wagner passed through the French defence, to be picked up by Wüsser, who then volleyed the ball into the net.

World Cup
12 June 2018
90 minutes
Group stage
Flag of France France 1-3 Flag of Germany Germany Brîndün Park, Trilfuva
Attendance: 75, 380
Referee: Muhammad Al-Petusi (Algeria)
de Montagu Soccerball shade 26' Wüsser Soccerball shade 12'36'87'
Flag of France
FRANCE:
GK 1 Thierry Kampou
DF 4 Laurent Arceneau
DF 5 Nicolas Gravois
DF 6 Jean Prideux
DF 7 Antoine Lefevre
MD 8 Georges Molyneux
MD 9 Gilbert Tafrénou
MD 10Grégoire Sagnol
MD 11 Jérôme Trezeguet
FW 2Hugo de Montagu (c)
FW 3 Isaac Menlaux
Coach:
Flag of France Denis Barthez
Flag of Germany
GERMANY:
GK 1 Andreas Klinsmann
DF 4 Joachim Herzog
DF 5 Conrad Achtelsfer
DF 6 Ferdinand Polster
DF 7 Günther Löw
MD 8 Tony Wagner
MD 9 Wolfgang Ballack
MD 10 Jürgen Astordich
MD 11 Ingolf Müller
FW 2 Hermann Wüsser (c)
FW 3 Hildebert Matthäus
Coach:
Flag of Germany Jeremias Pechater

Assistant referees:
Flag of Algeria Asif Noselo
Flag of Algeria Adbul Colocki
Fourth official:
Flag of Ghana Jordan Hoskrila
Fifth official:
Flag of Ghana Michael Umbrion

Man of the Match:
Flag of Germany Hermann Wüsser

England vs. GermanyEdit

The first goal came from English defender and vice-captain Jeffrey Huntley, who made a quick run into the penalty box and beat German goalkeeper Andreas Kilinsmann in the 18th minute. England added on another goal in the 56th minute, when another defender, Roger Dempston, headed in goal following a corner-kick. The final English goal came in the 82nd minute, when yet another English defender, Jack Redford, scored a goal from a direct free kick. Stuart Pantner, England's fourth defender and captain, got the honour of being man of the match, as he passed the ball to his fellow defenders to allow them to score.

World Cup
17 June 2018
90 minutes
Group stage
Flag of England England 3-0 Flag of Germany Germany Frîgäzü Stadium, Trilfuva
Attendance: 115, 347
Referee: Kürén Zéflüng (Leubantia)
Huntley Soccerball shade 18'
Dempston Soccerball shade 56'
Redford Soccerball shade 82'
Flag of England
ENGLAND:
GK 1 Matt Radley
DF 4 Stuart Pantner (c)
DF 5 Jeffrey Huntley
DF 6 Roger Demspton
DF 7 Jack Redford
MD 8 Matthew Addlesey
MD 21 Kieran Amferdins
MD 10 Paul Eastford
MD 11 Reece Yapertley
FW 2 Xavier Adams
FW 3 Tom Rankton
Coach:
Flag of England Benjamin Rackstone
Flag of Germany
GERMANY:
GK 1 Andreas Klinsmann
DF 4 Joachim Herzog
DF 5 Conrad Achtelsfer
DF 6 Ferdinand Polster
DF 7 Günther Löw
MD 8 Tony Wagner
MD 9 Wolfgang Ballack
MD 10 Jürgen Astordich
MD 11 Ingolf Müller
FW 2 Hermann Wüsser (c)
FW 3 Hildebert Matthäus
Coach:
Flag of Germany Jeremias Pechater

Assistant referees:
Leubantia flag Tümîthä Mäntürî
Leubantia flag Jürdîn Hîppülwhît
Fourth official:
Flag of Algeria Muhammad Al-Petusi
Fifth official:
Flag of Algeria Asif Noselo

Man of the Match:
Flag of England Stuart Pantner

Scotland vs. FranceEdit

The first goal in this match was by Scottish forward Lucas MacDonald, who headed in a goal following a corner-kick in the twelfth minute. Hamish McLaing kicked in another goal in the 20th minute, when his shot bounced off the post and into the net. Scotland's final goal was scored seven minutes from the end of the game, when Colin Weston scored from a direct free-kick. France ran out of the chances, and couldn't manage to score another goal, so, for the first time in World Cup history, Scotland advanced into the second round, regardless of the result in their next match.

World Cup
17 June 2018
90 minutes
Group stage
Proper flag of Scotland Scotland 3-0 Flag of France France Wrîntün Stadium, Älpîpä
Attendance: 83, 567
Referee: Hugo Moreno (Bolivia)
McLaing Soccerball shade 20'
MacDonald Soccerball shade 12'
Weston Soccerball shade 83'
Proper flag of Scotland
SCOTLAND:
GK 1 Innes Fairbairn
DF 4 Colin Weston
DF 5 Jordan Robertson
DF 6 Leslie McTavish
DF 7 Kenneth Telsford
MD 8 Ross Yaleford
MD 9 Fergus Levein
MD 10Harry Mensfold
MD 11 Ethan MacDuff
FW 2Hamish McLaing (c)
FW 3 Lucas MacDonald
Coach:
Proper flag of Scotland Malcolm Armstrong
Flag of France
FRANCE:
GK 1 Thierry Kampou
DF 4 Laurent Arceneau
DF 5 Nicolas Gravois
DF 6 Jean Prideux
DF 7 Antoine Lefevre
MD 8 Georges Molyneux
MD 9 Gilbert Tafrénou
MD 10Grégoire Sagnol
MD 11 Jérôme Trezeguet
FW 2Hugo de Montagu (c)
FW 3 Isaac Menlaux
Coach:
Flag of France Denis Barthez

Assistant referees:
Flag of Bolivia Andrés Saucedo
Flag of Bolivia Martín Rompero
Fourth official:
Flag of Spain Andrés Galonio
Fifth official:
Flag of Portugal José Arenico

Man of the Match:
Proper flag of Scotland Hamish McLaing

Scotland vs. GermanyEdit

In the 12th minute, Scottish captain Hamish McLaing attemped a back-pass to his goalkeeper Innes Fairbairn. However, German captain Hermann Wüsser raced in and volleyed the ball into the net to give the Germans a 1-0 lead. The second goal came 3 minutes later, and was also scored by Wüsser, who headed in a goal following a corner-kick. Wüsser was sent off in the 18th minute for pushing Kenneth Telsford to the ground. Scotland and Germany were both advancing into the knockout stage. Drawing of lots would be used to determine the places in the group after the final match in the group.

World Cup
22 June 2018
90 minutes
Group stage
Proper flag of Scotland Scotland 0-2 Flag of Germany Germany Jän Hîgsfärd Stadium, Vünfîvä
Attendance: 52, 734
Referee: Adbul Gorenji (Pakistan)
Wüsser Soccerball shade 12'15'
Proper flag of Scotland
SCOTLAND:
GK 1 Innes Fairbairn
DF 4 Colin Weston
DF 5 Jordan Robertson
DF 6 Leslie McTavish
DF 7 Kenneth Telsford
MD 8 Ross Yaleford
MD 9 Fergus Levein
MD 10Harry Mensfold
MD 11 Ethan MacDuff
FW 2Hamish McLaing (c)
FW 3 Lucas MacDonald
Coach:
Proper flag of Scotland Malcolm Armstrong
Flag of Germany
GERMANY:
GK 1 Andreas Klinsmann
DF 4 Joachim Herzog
DF 5 Conrad Achtelsfer
DF 6 Ferdinand Polster
DF 7 Günther Löw
MD 8 Tony Wagner
MD 9 Wolfgang Ballack
MD 10 Jürgen Astordich
MD 11 Ingolf Müller
FW 2 Hermann Wüsser (c) Red card 18'
FW 3 Hildebert Matthäus
Coach:
Flag of Germany Jeremias Pechater

Assistant referees:
Flag of Pakistan Mohammed Sawar
Flag of Pakistan Youssef Raladji
Fourth official:
Flag of Algeria Muhammad Al-Petusi
Fifth official:'
Flag of Algeria Asif Noselo

Man of the Match:
Flag of Germany Hermann Wüsser

England vs. FranceEdit

The first goal came from France's captain, Hugo de Montagu, who headed in a goal following a corner-kick in the 12th minute. The score remained 1-0 for a long-time. During that time, England made desperate attempts to equalize, such as in the 36th minute, when captain Stuart Panter thrusted the ball towards the net, only for it to be pushed away by French goalkeeper Thierry Kampou. In the 56th minute, de Montagu added on another goal for France when his shot bounced off the crossbar and into the net. After the match, the French coach, Denis Barthez, congratulated his team on winning the match, while the English coach, Benjamin Rackstone, lamented over his team's loss. With Scotland and Germany clearly going through with 6 points, and England and France clearly not with 3 points, and the teams did not want goal difference to be the tiebraker, drawing of lots was used instead. The drawing of lots placed Scotland first and Germany second. They also placed England last and France third.

World Cup
22 June 2018
90 minutes
Group stage
Flag of England England 0-2 Flag of France France Polar Bear Stadium, Slübînzä
Attendance: 48, 537
Referee: Benjamin Dayley (Saint Lucia)
de Montagu Soccerball shade 12'56'
Flag of England
ENGLAND:
GK 1 Matt Radley
DF 4 Stuart Pantner (c)
DF 5 Jeffrey Huntley
DF 6 Roger Demspton
DF 7 Jack Redford
MD 8 Matthew Addlesey
MD 9 Alex Brunkin
MD 10 Paul Eastford
MD 11 Reece Yapertley
FW 2 Xavier Adams
FW 3 Tom Rankton
Coach:
Flag of England Benjamin Rackstone
Flag of France
FRANCE:
GK 1 Thierry Kampou
DF 4 Laurent Arceneau
DF 5 Nicolas Gravois
DF 6 Jean Prideux
DF 7 Antoine Lefevre
MD 8 Georges Molyneux
MD 9 Gilbert Tafrénou
MD 10Grégoire Sagnol
MD 11 Jérôme Trezeguet
FW 2Hugo de Montagu (c)
FW 3 Isaac Menlaux
Coach:
Flag of France Denis Barthez

Assistant referees:
Flag of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines George Rammer
Flag of Saint Lucia Brent Vallerdale
Fourth official:
Flag of the People's Republic of China svg Ho Pateng
Fifth official:
Flag of the People's Republic of China svg Ching Bolos

Man of the Match:
Flag of France Hugo de Montagu

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