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Summary

  1. Edinson Cavani's Uruguay take on Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal
  2. The winner will meet France in quarter-finals
  3. Ronaldo yet to score in a WC knockout tie

Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good night

    And with that we head off into the night.

    You won't see many better days of World Cup knockout football. Brilliant.

    See you Sunday!

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    Video caption: World Cup 2018: France 4-2 Argentina highlights

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    Video caption: World Cup 2018: Uruguay 2-1 Portugal highlights
  2. Sunday's games

    Into July, and into the home straight.

    • Spain v Russia - 15:00 BST
    • Croatia v Denmark - 19:00 BST
  3. Post update

    A reminder that Uruguay now play France in the first quarter-final.

  4. 'It's won't be easy'

    Uruguay 2-1 Portugal

    More from Uruguay boss Oscar Tabarez:

    "We were not that far away from a very different result. Up to yesterday people were saying 'well, we won the group phase but the group was easy'. I don't think Portugal was easy and what lies ahead won't be easy."

  5. 'We're worried about Cavani'

    Uruguay 2-1 Portugal

    Cavani

    Here we go. Oscar Tabarez is finally asked about Cavani.

    "Yes he was injured and he felt pain. I haven't spoken to the medical team because the match has only just finished. We don't have a lot of time to recover. Right now, we are only worried but we don't know how serious the injury really is."

  6. Post update

    Uruguay 2-1 Portugal

    Will Oscar Tabarez be asked about Edinson Cavani's suspected hamstring injury?

  7. 'We are here for the final'

    Uruguay 2-1 Portugal

    Uruguay boss Oscar Tabarez is asked about quarter-final opponents France.

    "They are exceptionally fast. We will try and do our best. We are in the quarter-finals and we are here to play all seven matches up to the final."

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    Video caption: Mbappe stretches French lead to 4-2
  8. Post update

    Uruguay 2-1 Portugal

    Uruguay boss Oscar Tabarez is now speaking.

    "It was difficult, Portugal were constantly in our area," he says. "Today it was a mistake that led to the equaliser but we have a very strong team. We have had to sustain an injury and see how that resolves."

  9. 'Congrats to Uruguay'

    Uruguay 2-1 Portugal

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    Video caption: Pepe levels for Portugal

    More from Portugal boss Fernando Santos: "First of all, congratulations to Uruguay. It's very sad for Portugal though. There's a real sadness in the dressing room that we weren't able to make it through for them. In football, there are no moral victories and I would have preferred to play worse and win the match. But I do feel that the second half was very good from us in terms of desire and our determination to score. We tried our best and we played a good game, I think. But you always want to win, and we lost, so well done to Uruguay for making it through."

  10. El Maestro is here

    Tabarez

    Oscar Tabarez is here to face the media.

    A former teacher, Tabarez is known as “El Maestro”. He has looked a little frailer since the last World Cup and reports in his homeland say he now suffers from Guillain-Barre syndrome, a disorder in which the body’s immune system attacks part of the nervous system.

    His response when questioned about it was “mind your own business”.

    Ha ha!

  11. Touches don't matter

    Uruguay 2-1 Portugal

    Cavani

    He may have only had one touch in the second half within a binoculars sight of the goal, but Edinson Cavani made it count...

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    Video caption: World Cup 2018: Edinson Cavani 'special' restores Uruguay lead
  12. Goal of the day?

    We had 10 goals in two last-16 ties today - a superb way to start the knockout stage.

    What was the goal of the day? A tough call.

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    Video caption: Di Maria stunner brings Argentina level

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    Video caption: Pavard's long-range strike brings France level

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    Video caption: World Cup 2018: Edinson Cavani 'special' restores Uruguay lead
  13. 'We hope Ronaldo will be with us'

    Uruguay 2-1 Portugal

    Portugal boss Fernando Santos is asked by the media if he hopes Cristiano Ronaldo will carry on with the national team.

    "Cristiano still has a lot to give to football," he says. "There is a tournament in September and we hope Cristiano will be with us to help the players grow."

  14. 'Ronaldo still has much to offer'

    Cristiano Ronaldo

    Fernando Santos says Cristiano Ronaldo 'still has a lot to offer football' and he expects him to keep on playing international football.

  15. 'Uruguay were strong'

    Uruguay 2-1 Portugal

    Portugal manager Fernando Santos: "We are not here to talk about the referee. We tried out best. We could have scored more but we lost. We knew Uruguay had played well against Russia and they are very strong."

  16. All about Mbappe

    France 4-3 Argentina

    John Bennett

    BBC World Service in Russia

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    Video caption: Mbappe's low strike puts France ahead

    A lot has happened in a short space of time for Kylian Mbappe.

    Aged 19, he is lighting up the World Cup for France, scoring twice in their 4-3 victory over Argentina in the last 16.

    It is the latest step in a remarkable rise for a player who was celebrating passing his French high school exams just three summers ago.

    In less than two years he has become a double Ligue 1 title winner and a regular for France and Paris St-Germain, for whom he is expected to sign permanently this summer for 180m euros.

    Mbappe spent his formative years developing his skills at AS Bondy in the north-eastern suburbs of Paris. The club are experiencing a surge in popularity and are inundated with new members wanting to follow in the footsteps of Mbappe.

    BBC Sport went to the club where Mbappe started his football journey when he was just a toddler and spoke to those who knew him.

    For more from BBC World Service, download their World Football Podcast.

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    Video caption: Griezmann scores opener from the penalty spot
  17. 'A sad day for Portugal'

    Uruguay 2-1 Portugal

    Portugal manager Fernando Santos: "It's very sad for Portugal and the Portuguese people. They were rooting for us and we feel their presence here."

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    SMS Message: I'm a bit worried that Diego Godin vs Kylian Mbappe may go the same way as Mo Salah vs Sergio Ramos, experienced veteran taking out young talent, and then we'll be left with a flat game. from Al, Hertfordshire
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  19. No I in Team

    Rio Ferdinand

    Former England defender

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    Video caption: Ronaldo scores 'sensational' free-kick to complete hat-trick

    The 2 Greats have departed the #worldcup at the same stage on the same day... Ronaldo will be remembered at this World Cup for his hattrick against one of the favourites Spain.. Messi for his one moment of brilliance against Nigeria! Just proves football is a TEAM game!

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    Video caption: 'The boy is back in town' - Messi strike gives Argentina lead