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The Footie Hub – 2018 FIFA World Cup Group G

Football is bigger and magnificent on high-level tourneys, and 2018 FIFA World Cup is no lesser. With the likes of Belgium, England, Tunisia and Panama in Group G of the tournament – the competition has never been better. Take a read to know more about the best destinations and top players hailing from these countries.

To dig into Pickyourtrail’s series of “The Footie Hub“, check out the blogs on Group A – Group F listed below:

The Footie Hub – 2018 FIFA World Cup Group A

The Footie Hub – 2018 FIFA World Cup Group B

The Footie Hub – 2018 FIFA World Cup Group C

The Footie Hub – 2018 FIFA World Cup Group D

The Footie Hub – 2018 FIFA World Cup Group E

The Footie Hub – 2018 FIFA World Cup Group F

GROUP G: Belgium, England, Tunisia, Panama

1. Belgium

Dropping only 2 points during the qualifiers, Belgium national team is one of the top European nations to have booked its place in the 2018 world cup. Having a legendary combination of midfield, attack boosted by the likes of Eden Hazard and Dries Mertens- coach Roberto Martínez has so many options to work around his magic.

Famous Hubs in Belgium:

The Blue Forest
  Reading Between The Lines
  Royal Greenhouses of Laeken
  The Doomed City of Doel
  The Atomium

2. England

Having their coach Sam Allardyce being sacked midway, didn’t stop the momentum for England from qualifying for the World cup 2018. Currently managed by Gareth Southgate, the squad has a blend of youngsters and experienced stars. On his best day, Harry Kane can turn the tables around for sure.

Famous Hubs In England:

  The Eden Project
  Maritime Mercantile City
  Hadrian’s Wall
  Durham Castle

3. Tunisia

Tunisia doesn’t have the hype when compared to the other African nations who are part of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. However, what’s credible about this team is the fact, they were unbeaten in the African qualification rounds. Midfielder Wahbi Khazri and defender Aymen Abdennour are the top players hailing from Tunisia. Making it to the round of 16 is definitely a Herculean task for the Tunisians but we can expect great morality from the side.

Famous Hubs in Tunisia:

  El Djem Amphitheater
  The National Bardo Museum
  Sidi Bou Said

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4. Panama

Panama has a lot to rejoice for, it’s their first World Cup. Roman Torres’ goal against Costa Rica rewarded the side with a qualification to the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Seattle Sounders’ defender Torres is the star of the nation without a doubt. The nation’s success is more of a collective effort rather than an individual stars’ works, which makes the side a dangerous one on the whole.

Famous Hubs in Panama:

  Panama Canal
  San Blas Islands
  Panamá Viejo
  Gatun Lake

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