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Cameron Winklevoss vs. Brian Armstrong

Day 18 of the Crypto World Cup was full of dramatics and broken hearts. Today’s big match was between Cameron Winklevoss and Brian Armstrong. Day 18’s second match was between Satoshi Nakamoto and Andreas Antonopoulos.

Yesterday, saw the losses and elimination of two defenders in the Crypto World Cup – John McAfee and Vitalik Buterin. Instead, Charles Hoskinson and Brad Garlinghouse have advanced and will face each other Tuesday in the Quarter Finals.

Meet the players of this year’s Crypto World Cup.

Check out the results and highlights of today’s games

Match 1: Cameron Winklevoss 2-0 Brian Armstrong

Cameron Winklevoss ended up on top of this match but received a tremendous amount of critique from fans and analysts. Soccer players and other professional athletes are known for their dramatics to pull a yellow card, and Winklevoss was laying on the drama thick today.

Winklevoss scored the first goal of the match in the 51st minute. Overall, there were six yellow cards in the match. The top 16 was set to have tough battles, and it did not disappoint. The pressure will only go up from here.

Cameron Winklevoss is set to face the other matches winner this coming Friday.

Match 2: Satoshi Nakamoto 3-2 Andreas Antonopoulos

The second match of the game was a tight race, with goals scored left and right. The first half of the match was silent, as neither opponent scored. Just after the half, Andreas Antonopoulos scored within the first three minutes.

Then, about four minutes later he scored again! Nakamoto retaliated back about ten minutes later, and the comeback began. Five minutes after the first goal, Nakamoto tied it up, and the fans had themselves a heated match! With two minutes to go in the match’s extended time, Nakomoto shoots one into the net.

What a match it was and Nakamoto ended up on top.

Satoshi Nakamoto will face Cameron Winklevoss, in the quarterfinals on Friday.

>> Check Out Day 17 of the Crypto World Cup

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John McAfee vs. Tyler Winklevoss – Crypto Currency News

Day 1 of the Crypto World cup has concluded, and Day 2 is officially underway! Day 2 of the Crypto World Cup has three matches and the competition is fierce.

If you’ve missed it, don’t forget to meet the players for all of our upcoming matches.

Today’s matches include:

Match 1: Brad Garlinghouse: Uruguay vs. Eric Voorhees: Egypt

Match 2: Zhao Changpeng: Morocco vs. Tim Draper: Iran

Match 3: Tyler Winklevoss: Spain vs. John McAfee: Portugal

Who will take home the W today? We shall soon find out!

>> Crypto World Cup Day 1: CryptoYoda vs. David Sonstebo

Match Results – GOOOAAAAAAALLLLLL!

All of the matches today during the World Cup were neck-in-neck but who prevailed victoriously?

Match 1

Brand Garlinghouse came up on top in today’s first match with a score of 1-0. It was the first time Uruguay has won their opening match since 1970. Egypt is still winless at the World Cup Finals and has failed to win five matches. Jose Gimenez scored for Uruguay in the 89th minute of the match. Egypt received two yellow cards this match – sorry Eric Voorhees.

Match 2

Tim Draper was victorious in Iran’s first match of the World Cup defeating Zhao Changpeng and Morocco, 1-0. Unfortunately, Morocco has never won their opening match at a World Cup tournament, ever. Iran did not attempt a single shot in the second-half of the match and won by Morocco’s Aziz Bouhaddouz making it in his own goal at 90+5′. This was the first time the two teams met at the World Cup.

What a nail-biter, Tim Draper reigns victorious.

Match 3

Tyler Winklevoss and JohnMcAfee pulled out a draw in today’s wild match! It was a high scoring match between Spain and Portugal; ending at 3-3. Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal’s striker, scored his 51st hat-trick (club and country) to tie the match in the 88th minute. Coincidentally it was the 51st hat-trick scored in World Cup history.

No one takes the cake this match, but Brava’ Ronaldo.

Stay tuned tomorrow for Day 3 of the Crypto World Cup, for four new matches!

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