On this World Cup edition of Soccer 2 the MAX, Sean Garmer and Erik Watkins discuss three games that ended with the same scoreline. Plus, Uruguay and Russia have already claimed their places in the knockout phase. But who's set to join them from Group B?
Can Portugal really just be all Ronaldo? Will it be Spain or Iran making it further? Are we worried about Uruguay after two games? This is all discussed on this edition.
On this World Cup episode of Soccer 2 the MAX, Sean Garmer, Erik Watkins, and Rachael McKriger are in celebration mode once again because Russia pulled off another fantastic performance, as they have one foot in the qualification door. The crew discusses who stepped up for them this time and what to expect against Uruguay.
They also discuss the first sending off of the tournament in the Colombia vs. Japan contest. And also how a crazy situation probably helped Senegal get the upset against Portugal.
They also discuss what teams have impressed and what teams have disappointed after the first round of games.
On this special World Cup edition of Soccer 2 the MAX, Sean Garmer, Erik Watkins, and Rachael McKriger discuss the action from Day 3, 4, and 5 of the 2018 World Cup.
They begin by celebrating in song over Mexico's big win over Germany on Father's Day. While also going over what happened in the other games to. Who's looked good, who has not, and how VAR went from nothing to a big deal in a matter of three days. Should we be worried about France, Germany, Argentina and Brazil? Or are things just a bit more even when it comes to international tournaments? Lots to talk about here.
On this World Cup edition of Soccer 2 the MAX, Sean Garmer, Erik Watkins, and Rachael McKriger are joined by Last Word on Soccer's Matt Pollard to discuss all the Day 2 action.
The crew goes over the decision not to play Mohamed Salah against Uruguay. Should he have at least come on as a substitute? Or did the Egypt manager do the right thing and sit him? Is there any worry about Uruguay at all?
The quadret quickly go over Iran and Morocco. So that they can get to the main event of Spain and Portugal. They discuss Ronaldo's hat trick, what it means for him, and for the squad going forward. Then, things turn towards Spain, Diego Costa, and their chances too.
A lot is covered on this one for sure.
On the first World Cup daily episode, Sean Garmer, Erik Watkins, and Rachael McKriger celebrate with our "Resident Russian" as she is joyous over Russia's 5-0 victory against Saudi Arabia.
Is this more than just getting the result you needed? Are Saudi Arabia just that bad? And is there something there with how mixed the goals were for Russia? Oh yes, there's highlights for some of the goals too. Plus, they talk about the best player, and more.
The crew also look ahead to Day 2's games, what to watch for, and discuss the news of Spain's manager firing too.
On this final prelude to the FIFA World Cup 2018 of Soccer 2 the MAX, Sean Garmer, Erik Watkins, and Rachael McKriger give their predictions for all of the group winners, second place finishers, and they give their knockout round brackets, including who they have winning it all at the end. Prepare for some interesting decisions to say the least.
On this special episode of Soccer 2 the MAX, the previews finally come to an end. Sean Garmer, Erik Watkins, and Rachael McKriger discuss all things Group H. Featuring Poland, Colombia, Japan, and Senegal.
On this special Soccer 2 the MAX, Sean Garmer, Erik Watkins, and Rachael McKriger keep going with the World Cup 2018 Previews. Now, the focus is put on Group G. Where Belgium, England, Tunisia, and Panama all feature.
On this special episode of Soccer 2 the MAX, Sean Garmer, Erik Watkins, and Rachael McKriger continue with the previews. Here, they focus on all things Group F featuring the defending champions Germany, CONCACAF powers Mexico, Sweden, and South Korea.
On this special episode of Soccer 2 the MAX, the group previews continue with a look at Group E. Featuring Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, and Serbia.
Brazil is coming off a blazing qualification campaign and with Tite, as manager, they've been firing on all cylinders. Can they ride that all the way to the Final? Or some internal combustion going to get in the way? Will Costa Rica surprise everyone again? Or is there too much tape to study on the 5-4-1? They've kept the core together one last time at least.
Serbia didn't have the toughest group in qualifying, but can this experienced squad hold down the fort to get out of the group? Something that Switzerland have become the masters of doing? Can they continue that at this World Cup as well?
So many questions, probably one result for sure, but what about the other spot? It's truly up for grabs.