FIFA eNations Cup 2019 – Day 1 Summary
• Inaugural FIFA eNations Cup under way in London
• Twenty countries across six confederations represented
• Drama, tension and excitement as teams go into the final day
Enticing match-ups, dramatic derbies and a plethora of goals – the eagerly-awaited FIFA eNations Cup™ 2019 got under way with a bang on Saturday as 20 countries from six confederations began their quest for global glory in London.READ MORE ON FIFA.COM>>>>Highlights – Day 1 (13 April)• Qualified teams – Argentina, Brazil
• Most goals – Mexico
• Fewest goals conceded – England, BrazilProvisional Schedule – Day 2 (14 April)The final round of the Group phase and the knockout stages of the FIFA eNations Cup takes place tomorrow, including the semi-final and final. A provisional schedule for Day 2 of the FIFA eNations Cup can be found below:• 0900-1040: Group A & C – Round 5 
• 1055-1220: Group B & D – Round 5 
• 1235-1400: Quarter-finals 
• 1415-1540: Semi-Final 1 
• 1540-1700: Semi-Final 2 
• 1800-1930: Final Showdown
All above times are local time in London. Media interested in the FIFA eNations Cup can follow the action via the live stream available across the following FIFA platforms:• FIFA.com
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