The fourth day of the 2018 FIFA World Cup presented a couple of surprising scores. We started with a really interesting and even game between the national football teams of Costa Rica and Serbia. In this game, we saw a spectacular free kick goal by Aleksandar Kolarov who secured the win for the Eastern Europeans. After that Germany shockingly lost against Mexico which presented a really great football style that could take the North Americans to the later stages of the tournament. The day ended with another surprising result, this time Brazil was not able to win against Switzerland and the game finished as a draw. While the most normal thing when picking a player of the day would be to pick some of the stars of teams like Germany or Brazil, the reality is much different. Without a doubt, the best team of the fourth day of the 2018 FIFA World Cup was the team of Mexico. The Mexicans that have plenty of great players presented to the world one of their young and blooming stars Hirving Lozano who scored the only goal in the game against Germany.

Hirving Lozano Man of the Match June 17 World Cup match
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     The goal of Lozano not only gave the win of Mexico against Germany but also injected tons of awareness to the whole squad and nation about the upcoming games in the tournament. The 22-year-old Hirving Lozano who had got a spectacular season in PSV scoring 17 goals in 29 games showed to the world that his talent is on a top level. After his today’s performance, we can clearly say that Hirving Lozano might get a transfer in the next few months. The amazing combination of skills and speed was just unstoppable for the German defense. It will be interesting to see what Lozano will do at the rest of the tournament, but his first game in Russia was surely memorable. Congratulations to Hirving Lozano who is being named the Player Of The Fourth Day of the 2018 FIFA World Cup according to ‘’Roll The Ball’’.