Argentina and Brazil will guarantee one South American team in the final if they both win on Friday.
A video circulated online of the Republic of Ireland players singing the song, and UEFA confirmed on October 13 it was investigating the incident for potential inappropriate behaviour. On Thursday, European football's governing body said its Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body (CEDB) had fined the FAI 20,000 euros (£17,271) over the incident, describing it as "a violation of the basic rules of decent conduct". The FAI and Ireland manager Vera Pauw apologised at the time over the incident.
Mental health has become an increasingly important subject within the game and Iwobi insists seeking advice and accepting help is vital. "Don't be afraid to be vulnerable," the Nigeria international said at the Beder World Cup experience, an exhibition in London designed to harness the power of the World Cup to raise awareness around mental health and suicide prevention. It is only going through life - and there is so much trauma in young black men - (you learn) that if you only speak about it you'd be able to navigate it.