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Successful start to the World Cup for Sommer and Elvedi

Borussia players Yann Sommer and Nico Elvedi began their World Cup campaign with a 1-0 win over Cameroon in Group G.

Switzerland’s starting XI included Foals Yann Sommer and Nico Elvedi, as well as former Borussia players Granit Xhaka and Breel Embolo. The first half was a tight affair with few chances. A header from Elvedi that went over the bar was one of the best opportunities. At the other end, Yann Sommer was solid as usual in the Swiss goal.

Embolo gave Switzerland the lead at the start of the second half from a Xherdan Shaqiri cross (48’). Aside from an Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting shot, which Yann Sommer saved, Switzerland were compact at the back. Elvedi was booked in the 64th minute for a tactical foul on the Bayern striker, but otherwise impressed in defence. Switzerland failed to add further goals from counter-attacks, though they still held on for a 1-0 win. “We’re really pleased with our successful start to the tournament,” said Sommer after his first competitive game in a number of weeks. “I’ve worked hard to get fit in time for the World Cup after my ankle injury and thankfully that work paid off.”

Switzerland’s next game is on Monday at 17:00 CET against Brazil. The next Borussia player that could feature at the World Cup is Joe Scally tomorrow night for USA against England (20:00 CET).

Statement from Borussia on the World Cup

Nico Elvedi was on his toes in defence. Photos (2): imago images / Agencia MexSport


World Cup: Itakura and Japan knocked out in the round of 16

Japan are out of the World Cup at the round of 16 stage. Ko Itakura missed the defeat to Croatia on penalties due to suspension.


World Cup: Thuram provides assist and celebrates reaching the quarter-finals with France

Marcus Thuram and France have progressed to the World Cup quarter-finals with a 3-1 win over Poland. Borussia’s striker came into the game and played his part in the win by assisting the third goal.


World Cup: Sommer and Elvedi progress to last 16 with Switzerland

Switzerland are through to the last 16 of the 2022 World Cup after having beaten Serbia 3-2 in their final group game. However, Yann Sommer and Nico Elvedi missed out due to illness.