As we enter the second games of the group stage, Goal has created their best XI from each nation's opening match of the World Cup
Hannes Halldorsson | GK | Iceland
Iceland's goalkeeper Hannes Halldorsson saved Lionel Messi's second-half penalty during their first group game of the World Cup, resulting in a 1-1 draw against Argentina..
Kieran Trippier | RB | England
England right-back Kieran Trippier created six chances for England to score in the 2-1 win over Tunisia, including taking the corner that resulted in Harry Kane's stoppage time goal.
Jose Gimenez | CB | Uruguay
Uruguay centre-back Jose Gimenez scored the 89th-minute winner in their game against Egypt, earning the two-time champions three points and second place in their group after their first game.
Andreas Granqvist | CB | Sweden
Andreas Granqvist scored a penalty after a VAR review in the Sweden vs South Korea game. It was the only goal of the game and gave the Scandinavians a 1-0 win.
Aleksandar Kolarov | LB | Serbia
Serbia left-back Aleksandar Kolarov scored the winning goal in their 1-0 win over Costa Rica, burying a free kick into the top-right corner.
Hector Herrera | CM | Mexico
Mexico midfielder Hector Herrera was crucial to his sides 1-0 win over Germany with his accurate tackles and passes which aided in a Hirving Lozano-inspired victory.
Valon Behrami | CM | Switzerland
Switzerland central midfielder Valon Behrami was pivotal to keeping the final score to a 1-1 draw, stopping Neymar in his tracks over and over again when they faced Brazil in their opening match of the World Cup.
Host nation Russia's forward Aleksandr Golovin claimed man of the match in their 5-0 win over Saudi Arabia in the opening game after the tournament after providing two assists, endless counterattacks and a free kick goal.
Hirving Lozano | AM | Mexico
Mexico forward Hirving Lozano guided his country to a 1-0 win - and their biggest victory in the World Cup finals for a generation - by scoring against reigning champions Germany.
Cristiano Ronaldo | ST | Portugal
Forward Cristiano Ronaldo was in inspired form for Portugal. He scored all three of the Euro 2016 winners' goals in a 3-3 draw with Spain, including a late equaliser in the form of a sumptuous free kick.