Should The World Cup Get Rid Of The Third Place Game I Very thank because your visit in the my website with title Should The World Cup Get Rid Of The Third Place Game. Happy reading >Should the World Cup get rid of the third-place game? Updated July 12, 2018 at 7:14 PM; Posted July 12, 2018 at 7:00 PM England soccer fans react after losing to Croatia in the 2018 World Cup semifinal match in Hyde Park, London, Wednesday, July 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham) By The Tylt The World Cup final always bring excitement and intrigue, but there is also a match between the defeated semifinal teams to determine who is the third best squad in the world. Some feel the players give minimum effort, making the game pointless to watch. Others feel more World Cup matches can't be bad for those who love the game. What do you think? PERSPECTIVES Who remembers third place? The winner is victorious in a meaningless game while risking injury in the process. The players know it and they don't put in the maximum effort because no one wants to put themselves at risk. The World Cup third-place game is pointless. MORE: Third-place playoff is the game nobody wants, says Italia '90 survivor Dorigo More soccer is good soccer. The World Cup can't deny an opportunity to show how beautiful soccer is. Third place isn't a championship, but at least it gives countries another thing to strive for. The World Cup should keep the third-place game. WATCH: Germans take third in 2010 thriller The Tylt is focused on debates and conversations around news, current events and pop culture. We provide our community with the opportunity to share their opinions and vote on topics that matter most to them. We actively engage the community and present meaningful data on the debates and conversations as they progress. The Tylt is a place where your opinion counts, literally. The Tylt is an Advance Local Media, LLC property. Join us on Twitter >@TheTylt, on Instagram @TheTylt or on >Facebook, we'd love to hear what you have to say.