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Switzerland. Borders with Italy, France etc. Great climate apart from the flatlands which are dreadful in winter. Skiing, beautiful scenery and villages. Good food, stable economy etc etc

But and it is a huge But, Switzerland is difficult to be accepted in as a foreigner, unbelievably expensive and can be boring socially.

Norway. Same – beautiful, expensive, can be boring and cold, very cold. Plus a long way from anywhere

Iceland. Beautiful but expensive, hard to find work, difficult to be a foreigner and has only 300k population. Little real culture despite a thriving book and music scene for such a small place. Can you enjoy small town life with great scenery? Not enough for me.

Denmark. Great socially, not as expensive, beautiful happy people, a very easy country to fit in as a foreigner and thriving social scene. However, the climate is poor, it is hard to find work as a foreigner and the language is difficult to learn (though everyone speaks English)

In terms of lifestyle Denmark wins for me, in terms of beauty and being in the centre of Europe Switzerland would be my choice but my word, it is incredibly expensive to live in.

If you have or want kids, NOT Norway. Their child protection agency takes children away from their parents as a protective measure even if the parents haven’t done anything! eg Ken Olsen was in prison, then got married. He and his wife once had an argument and neighbors called police. When their child was born, it was taken away immediately, as a proactive security measure. And why was the child also taken from its mother? I guess her bad judgment in marrying an ex-con (who had himself been taken away from his family and raised in foster care) showed that she wasn’t capable of being a mother. Scary.

For a better understanding, I would urge you to actually read people’s testimonies of actual life in the countries as opposed to the statistical placement. I am following this particular thread Visiting and Travel: What is the most boring country to live in according to you? Why do you think so? and it is worthy to note that Switzerland is listed at least twice there by people who have actually lived there. So, as much as they are known for their high standard of living, there is a catch to it. Norway and Denmark gets mentioned as well and Norway has an added notoriety of having an overzealous and somewhat tyrannical child protection services agency. Norway Child Welfare Service faces growing global protests .

And while this may be controversial, it is no secret to the immigrants to Europe that all three countries are very difficult to integrate to. The culture is exclusive and you have to get really lucky and meet the right group of people to be included in a local setting. Even mastering their language bears no guarantee that they will accept you as one of them.

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It’s day 9 and your favourite dynamic duo are back in Saint Petersburg. They’re talking VAR, they’re talking ‘on this day’, they’re even talking to Monsieur Le and what dishes he’ll be making. What more could you ask for?! (4:51)

Thursday saw Denmark and Australia draw, France hold off Peru and Croatia rip Argentina to shreds.

In terms of our experts, Julien Laurens was the leading light on the day, grabbing a second win of the week with an impressive 60-point performance. Julien not only projected the correct result for Australia-Denmark and France-Peru but also got both scorelines spot-on to secure maximum points for both games.

Gab Marcotti, Ale Moreno, Alex Pareja and Ricardo Puig — the only expert to accurately pick Croatia over Argentina — also had impressive showings tallying 40 points apiece.

Friday is a new day though. Will our experts continue their run of good form or will Friday’s trio of games knock them back a peg?

The first match on Friday sees Brazil try to get their first win of the tournament against a Costa Rica side who will be eliminated if they lose. Every single one of our pundits backs Tite’s men, with ESPN Brasil’s Leonardo Bertozzi opting for a 3-1 victory.

UPDATE: It looked like our pundits were going to go home empty handed before Brazil scored twice in stoppage time for a 2-0 win, handing 30 points for the correct scoreline to Shaka Hislop, Caro Guillen and Damian Didonato.

Next up it’s a similar story with Nigeria eliminated if they lose to Iceland. Three pundits back the Super Eagles, including our Nigerian journalist Colin Udoh, who says it will be 2-0. Five people predict a draw, with only two going for Iceland.

UPDATE: What a day for Colin and his Nigeria team! A vital win and the correct 2-0 scoreline too! Miguel Pasquel and Shaka Hislop also picked a Super Eagles win.

We finish the day with Serbia against Switzerland. Only ESPN FC television analyst Stevie Nicol thinks Aleksandar Kolarov and Serbia have what it take to grab back-to-back wins, with five predictions of a draw and four opting for a Switzerland victory. Let’s hope ESPN Mexico’s Miguel Pasquel is not correct about the goalless draw!

UPDATE: Superb from Damian who picks up his second correct prediction with a 2-1 Switzerland win, and he is victorious with a total of 60 points. Mauricio Pedroza also got the scoreline correct, while Leonardo Bertozzi and Manu Martin picked a Swiss win too.

Check out how our pundits got on with their predictions for Thursday’s games and remember to join the pundits’ league in Match Predictor.

We’ve got our top talent on hand from England, the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, Australia and Africa — many of whom will be based out in Russia for the tournament — to analyse each and every one of the 64 matches.

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World Cup Day 9: Brazil defeats Costa Rica, Nigeria defeats Iceland, Switzerland defeats Serbia

Aleksandar Mitrovic was closely guarded.

Brazil, Nigeria and Switzerland all left with wins on Day 9 of the FIFA World Cup in Russia.

BRAZILIAN superstar Neymar was mocked mercilessly for a dive, but the controversial VAR system couldn’t keep his team down as it moved past Costa Rica thanks to two late strikes.

The second game of the night saw Nigeria get the better of Iceland with an impressive display and Switzerland ended the action with a dramatic come-from-behind 2-1 win over Serbia that featured a controversial moment which had Serbian fans crying foul.

‘That is pathetic’: Farce gets worse

The referee wasn’t helping Aleksandar Mitrovic. Source:AFP

A last-minute Xherdan Shaqiri breakaway goal handed Switzerland victory as it came from behind to defeat Serbia 2-1 in Kaliningrad.

The win puts Switzerland in pole position to make it out of a tough Group E that contains five-times winner Brazil but it was pushed all the way by the Serbs.

It was a sweet victory for Shaqiri and fellow Swiss goalscorer Granit Xhaka, who along with teammate Valon Belrami were booed relentlessly by Serbia’s fans throughout.

Shaqiri, Xhaka and Belrami trace their roots to Kosovo, a former province of Serbia, a fact which had stoked tensions before the match.

Both Shaqiri and Xhaka pointedly celebrated their goals by making an eagle gesture with their hands, viewed as a symbol of defiance.

Serbia raced out of the blocks, funnelling possession to Southampton winger Dusan Tadic on the right flank, who troubled Switzerland with his crossing all match.

An Aleksandar Mitrovic header forced a smart save from Swiss keeper Yann Sommer after four minutes.

Seconds later, Tadic took the ball past left-back Ricardo Rodriguez, cut back on his favoured left foot and delivered a majestic cross that Mitrovic duly buried with his head.

In a frenetic first half, Switzerland had more of the ball but was sloppy with it, giving away possession in advanced positions and sending Serbia on the break.

Lazio’s highly rated Sergej Milinkovic-Savic fizzed a right-footed shot narrowly wide of Sommer’s right post on 15 minutes, and Mitrovic almost scored with a spectacular bicycle kick that went the same way minutes later.

Switzerland, who came to Russia ranked ahead of the likes of France and Spain, felt its way into the game as the first half progressed.

On the half-hour mark, Steven Zuber cleverly teed up Blerim Dzemaili but the Hoffenheim man got his feet in a muddle and Vladimir Stojkovic was able to parry away.

Tensions were high. Source:AFP

But it was Serbia, who beat Costa Rica 1-0 in its Group E opener, who nearly went in two goals up.

Nemanja Matic missed a glorious chance to double the lead just before the break when Tadic’s in-swinging corner found him unmarked at the back post but the Manchester United midfielder couldn’t sort his feet out.

Matic said during the build-up the team was expecting a “hellish” encounter with the Swiss, who in their tournament-opening 1-1 draw with Brazil fouled star forward Neymar 10 times alone.

Switzerland grew in stature after the break and was rewarded with a spectacular equaliser courtesy of Xhaka’s 52nd-minute pile-driver.

They had the better chances in the second period, with Shaqiri’s curling effort from the edge of the area grazing Stojkovic’s bar on the hour mark.

Mitrovic was Serbia’s main man up front and he copped plenty of attention from the Swiss defenders, who at one stage in the second half double-teamed him and wrestled him in the box to prevent him getting his head to a cross.

Serbia’s pleas for a penalty fell on deaf ears as Mitrovic suffered a similar fate to England captain Harry Kane — who was denied a spot kick on two occasions in a 2-1 win over Tunisia despite replays showing he was grappled and brought to ground.

Plenty were quick to question why nobody got in the referee’s ear and told him he should use the VAR to check for a foul — a common theme of this year’s tournament.

Former Premier League and A-League star Michael Bridges was scathing of the officials turning a blind eye to the obvious foul.

“There’s two players wrestling him, one is not even looking at the ball, how has that not been flagged upstairs in the VAR?” Bridges told Optus Sport. “I can’t get my head around that decision.

“That is the difference between winning a game and going 2-1 up with a penalty, and obviously they’ve gone on to lose it.

“That is a huge moment in the game that was missed and I think it’s disgusting.”

Mitrovic had two players take him down and it didn’t go to VAR. Why?

— Optus Sport (@OptusSport) June 22, 2018

Ref is absolutely kidding there.
That’s a stone wall pen for Mitrovic. Insanity. #SERSUI

— Caught Offside (@COsoccerpod) June 22, 2018

That’s pathetic. What’s the point of #VAR? What a waste #Mitrovic #SER #WorldCup

— Alec G. Purdie (@AlecPurdie) June 22, 2018

If you’re going to have VAR.

Two-man takedown by Switzerland, and the foul is on . Mitrovic. WTF

— Mark Mravic (@MarkMravic) June 22, 2018

How on earth is that not a penalty on Mitrovic? �� #SRBSUI #WorldCup

— James Chapple �� (@chapplejc) June 22, 2018

Absolutely blatant penalty on Mitrovic. This is another problem with VAR. If they apply it consistently we will have 3 or 4 pens a match, and that will be a farce. So instead they ignore some and that’s unfair. At current rate we‘ll have 35-40 penalties this World Cup. #SERSWI

— Carlo Garganese (@carlogarganese) June 22, 2018

Swiss coach Vladimir Petkovic brought on attackers Breel Embolo and Mario Gavranovic in a bid to force a winner, and Gavranovic forced a smart save from Stojkovic from a close range effort with 10 minutes remaining.

But it was Stoke City winger Shaqiri who struck the decisive blow, breaking through Serbia’s offside trap to slot home calmly as the 90 minutes wound down.

Serbia will now need something from its final Group E match against Brazil, while a draw against Costa Rica would see Switzerland through.

‘Goal of the tournament’ contender seals win

A dour first half from Nigeria saw them go without a shot on goal despite their dominance in possession.

Iceland had the better of the opportunities in the opening 45 minutes but the second half was a different story.

Nigeria came out aggressive and their pace proved too much for Iceland to handle as they secured the 2-0 victory.

Ahmed Musa broke the deadlock after 49 minutes with an early contender for goal of the tournament.

A quick breakaway saw Victor Moses whip the ball into the box where Musa left fans speechless at his miraculous display.

Sticking his right boot into the air, Musa’s remarkable first touch saw him bring the ball straight down where he quickly readjusted his stance and rocketed the ball into the back of the net.

— SBS – The World Game (@TheWorldGame) June 22, 2018

The goal made Musa the first Nigerian player to score in two different FIFA World Cups, but he wasn’t done there.

Iceland were caught flat footed by a long ball from the back and Musa set off towards goal.

His blistering pace saw him torch defender Kári Árnason and then cut inside before evading goalkeeper Hannes Halldórsson and slotting home his second goal.

As the clock began to tick down and the pressure amplified, Iceland earned a penalty thanks to the controversial VAR.

Nigeria failed to clear the ball from their box and as the ball was about to go out, a lazy tackle from behind was reviewed.

After initially not awarding the penalty the referee decided to take a second look and after closer inspection, pointed to the spot and handed Iceland a golden opportunity.

Unfortunately Gylfi Sigurdsson made a meal of the chance as he decided to go off a short runaway and watched on as the ball soared high over the crossbar.

The win vaults Nigeria into second place in Group D and with only one game remaining in the group stages, the final place in the group is still up for grabs.

Croatia have secured their place in the knockout stages with back-to-back wins, but chaos reigns among the remaining three sides.

Nigeria sit on three points while Iceland and Argentina are deadlocked on one point.

Spirits in Argentina would have picked up following Nigeria’s win over Iceland as it now gives them a greater chance of avoiding early elimination.

— B/R Football (@brfootball) June 22, 2018

Neymar breaks down after emotional win

Neymar was overcome with emotion. Source:Getty Images

Costa Rica fought tooth and nail to deny the perennial World Cup powerhouse Brazil for 90 minutes, it all fell apart in extra-time.

Desperate for a win after their opening draw, Brazil escaped the clutches of their opponents and slotted home two goals in the dying minutes to claim the three points.

Philippe Coutinho doubled his World Cup goal tally and broke the deadlock open after 91 minutes when he pounced on a loose ball and slide the ball under the legs of Costa Rican goalkeeper Keylor Navas.

It was then Neymar, the world’s richest football player, who secured the victory for Brazil after getting on the receiving end of a stellar piece of play.

The victory however wasn’t without controversy and it was of course the VAR at the forefront of it all.

As Brazil surged towards goal a deft pass from Gabriel Jesus to Neymar opened the defence up before Neymar stopped on a dime and cut back inward inside the penalty box.

Costa Rican defender Giancarlo González was comprehensively beaten and as he stuck his left arm out, Neymar fell backwards and drew the penalty from the referee.

After severe backlash from almost every Costa Rican player, the VAR was called upon and on second look the penalty was taken away from Neymar and Brazil.

INCREDIBLE! Neymar’s penalty is overturned by VAR! #BRACRC #WorldCup

— SBS – The World Game (@TheWorldGame) June 22, 2018

The controversial decision to pull the penalty away from Neymar didn’t sit well with everyone as former Socceroo star and now SBS analyst Craig Foster stated the initial call was the correct one.

“I thought it was a clear penalty on Neymar,” Foster said.

“The defender illegally impedes the attacker so he can’t get to the ball, therefore, it only takes half a second for his balance to be upset, then he’s committed a foul, that is a penalty.”

After the final whistle was blown the emotion of the nailbiting clash proved too much for Neymar who fell to his knees mid-pitch and broke down.

As he sat with his head in hands overcome with emotion, his teammates were quick to surround the superstar and get him back to his feet.

The outpouring of emotion shows just how much the win means to one of the World Cup favourites.

Unfortunately for Costa Rica the loss now ensures their World Cup fate has been sealed and they’ll be heading home after their final clash against Switzerland.

Brazil on the other hand can breath a little easier after the pressure amplified on their chances following their opening 1-1 draw to Switzerland.

With Serbia and Switzerland set to battle it out to wrap up the day’s action, the final group game clashes will decide which two teams advance through to the knockout stages.

Voice of football’s Socceroos endorsement

Australia showed they’re no pushover in their opening encounter when they took it right up to France before falling 2-1.

Then in their second clash, after falling behind early, they made a majority of the running and walked away with a 1-1 against the 12th ranked Denmark.

With their hopes of advancing out of the group stage now reliant upon claiming a win over Peru and with France defeating Denmark.

As all of Australia waits nervously for the contest to get underway, the voice of football Martin Tyler has backed the Socceroos to overcome the odds.

“You should be happy. They played really well,” Tyler told 3AW Football.

“They should have won and maybe, at the end of it, that might be the problem but I think they will get through.

“They’ve obviously got to win the last game, but I’m really impressed.

“Obviously I don’t see every game, but performance was as good as I’ve seen from them.”

The @Socceroos are back in Kazan and back on the training field. BvM addressing the players before their session. Everything to play for against Peru on Tuesday. #WorldCup #GoSocceroos

— Sarah Widera, FIFA (@FIFAWorldCupAUS) June 22, 2018

Aleksandar Mitrovic was closely guarded.

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