Schedules and results for the madridistas called up for the World Cup in Russia

A wonderful Kroos free-kick gives Germany the win over Sweden in the final minute.
The eight national teams being represented by the 15 Real Madrid players at the World Cup in Russia are currently playing the second round of the Group Stage. Modric, who netted a stunning goal, Kovacic and Varane have booked their places in the last 16 with Croatia and France respectively. Portugal, courtesy of another Cristiano Ronaldo effort, Spain and Brazil all emerged victorious and will play for their place in the next stage in the final round of group fixtures. The same goes for Germany after a superb Kroos free-kick in the final seconds clinched victory for his side, but Achraf's Morocco and Keylor Navas's Costa Rica failed to advance to the next round. 
Portugal-Spain (3-3)
Iran-Spain (0-1)
Spain-Morocco (Monday 25, 8pm CEST)

Spain got their first win in the tournament against Iran by 0-1. Ramos, Isco, Lucas Vázquez and Carvajal started the game. It was a debut in the tournament for Carvajal and Asensio too, as he came on after 79’. The six madridistas called up have now all featured, as Nacho started and then scored a great volley in the draw against Portugal. Spain will seal qualification with a point against Morocco.

Portugal-Spain (3-3)
Portugal-Morocco (1-0)
Iran-Portugal (Monday 25, 8pm CEST)

Cristiano Ronaldo was again key, scoring with a header in the first victory in the World Cup for Portugal against Morocco. In the previous game, Ronaldo was the star hitting a hat-trick to draw against Spain, who got a goal thanks to Nacho. Portugal will be hoping to clinch a place in the next round against Iran on Monday.

Morocco-Iran (0-1)
Portugal-Morocco (1-0)
Spain-Morocco (Monday 25, 8pm CEST)

Achraf’s national team was eliminated after being beaten by a goal to nil against Portugal. The Whites’ academy graduate played the full 90 minutes as he did in the first match day against Iran. On Monday, Morocco face Spain.

France-Australia (2-1)
France-Peru (1-0)
Denmark-France (Tuesday 26, 4pm CEST)

Raphael Varane's France team have booked their place in the last-sixteen of the World Cup in Russia. Deschamps' side, who are in Group C, picked up their second win of the tournament against Peru. Just as in his team's win over Australia, the madridista defender played the full 90 minutes. Denmark will be final opponents for the French side as they battle it out to finish hope of the group.

Croatia-Nigeria (2-0)
Argentina-Croatia (0-3)
Iceland-Croatia (Tuesday 26, 8pm CEST)

The Croatians, drawn in Group D, started out with a win against Nigeria before running out winners in their second game against Argentina. Modric, once again grabbed the headlines grabbed the headlines, topping his performance off with a fine goal from outside the area to see him crowned man of the match for the second time. Kovacic came on in the second half. Having mathematically secured their passage into the last 16, their final group game sees them come up against Iceland.

Brazil-Switzerland (1-1)
Brazil-Costa Rica (2-0)
Serbia - Brazil (Wednesday 27, 8pm CEST)

Marcelo and Casemiro were starters in Brazil’ first match against Switzerland and also played the 90 minutes in the victory against Costa Rica. The full back was involved the first goal for the canarinha. The next match for the Brazilian team will be on Wednesday against Serbia.

Costa Rica-Serbia (0-1)
Brazil-Costa Rica (2-0)
Switzerland-Costa Rica (Wednesday 27, 8pm CEST)

In Group E, along with Brazil, Keylor Navas’ Costa Rica are playing. Costa Rica were knocked out after the game against Brazil in which the Madrid goalkeeper was a starter. Keylor's saves kept the game goalless until the 91st minute, when the opening goal was scored. The last commitment for Costa Rica will be against Switzerland.

Germany - Mexico (0-1)
Germany - Sweden (2-1)
South Korea - Germany (Wednesday 27, 4pm CEST)

Drawn in group F of the competition, the Germans ran out winners over Sweden thanks to a Toni Kroos free-kick in the game's final moments. The madridista was the hero on the night, smashing home to seal a win which leaves his side in contention for a place in the next round. In the first game, the reigning world champions were unable to take anything from their clash with Mexico.