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  1. League: Soccer
  2. Colombia vs. Uruguay
    2 Colombia
    0 Uruguay
  3. Netherlands vs. Mexico
    2 Netherlands
    1 Mexico
  4. Costa Rica vs. Greece
    1 (5) Costa Rica
    1 (3) Greece
  5. France vs. Nigeria
    2 France
    0 Nigeria
  6. Germany vs. Algeria
    2 Germany
    1 Algeria
  7. Argentina vs. Switzerland
    1 Argentina
    0 Switzerland
  8. Belgium vs. USA
    2 Belgium
    1 USA
  9. France vs. Germany
    0 France
    1 Germany
  10. Brazil vs. Colombia
    2 Brazil
    1 Colombia
  11. Argentina vs. Belgium
    1 Argentina
    0 Belgium
  12. Netherlands vs. Costa Rica
    0 (4) Netherlands
    0 (3) Costa Rica
  13. Brazil vs. Germany
    1 Brazil
    7 Germany
  14. Netherlands vs. Argentina
    0 (2) Netherlands
    0 (4) Argentina
  15. Brazil vs. Netherlands
    0 Brazil
    3 Netherlands
  16. Germany vs. Argentina
    1 Germany
    0 Argentina
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  1. Fans react to Germany's win in World Cup final
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    Fans react to Germany's win in World Cup final

  2. 2014 World Cup showed why this is truly the beautiful game
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    2014 World Cup showed why this is truly the beautiful game

  3. The most unbelievable goals in the history of soccer
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    The most unbelievable goals in the history of soccer

  4. Mourinho on the ‘tired team’ that lost the World Cup
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    Mourinho on the ‘tired team’ that lost the World Cup

  5. How fans in Buenos Aires prepared for the World Cup final
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    How fans in Buenos Aires prepared for the World Cup final

  6. Wondolowski moving on from World Cup miss
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    Wondolowski moving on from World Cup miss

  7. A match that proved too big for the Spanish referee
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    A match that proved too big for the Spanish referee

  • Bayern Munich had a presentation event for their new bus and it was very silly

    The kit launch is old news. If football clubs are going to truly capture the imaginations of their fans, they have to find something new. Something big. Something that will inspire a new generation of supporters. And Bayern Munich have found that next big thing: bus unveiling.

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  • DTotD: Sergio Ramos hits Mario Mandzukic in the face, has no idea why anyone would be upset about that

    The Spanish Super Cup brought a rematch of last season's Champions League final between Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, giving Sergio Ramos a chance to hit Atletico new boy Mario Mandzukic in the face. Twice.

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  • A schedule of events for FIFA's World Summit on Ethics in Sports

    On September 19, FIFA will host the first World Summit on Ethics in Sport at their headquarters in Zurich. Seriously.

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  • Demba Ba mistakes Champions League qualifier for video game, attempts shot from opening kick

    How do you start a Champions League qualifying playoff against Arsenal in a way that would even make Zlatan Ibrahimovic think twice?

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  • Russia rejects FIFA plea to cut World Cup venues

    By Dmitriy Rogovitskiy MOSCOW Russia (Reuters) - Russia has rejected a FIFA recommendation to cut the number of host cities for the 2018 World Cup from 11 to nine and stadiums from 12 to 10, according to Russia sports minister Vitaly Mutko. “The plan that we will have 12 stadiums in 11 cities,…

  • 10th European Cup in hand, Madrid turns to Liga

    Real Madrid is set to place an even greater emphasis on winning the Spanish league title after ending its quest for an elusive 10th European Cup last season. For 12 straight years, Madrid's coaches and players had been tasked with winning another Champions League title, a mission that had grown…

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  • Risks and rewards for Barcelona in Spanish league

    Aligning Luis Suarez with Lionel Messi and Neymar to spear Barcelona's attack looks like a winning formula, if the three can set aside their problems and possible distractions. The club has turned to former midfielder Luis Enrique, known for his forthright approach, to lead the rebuilding project…

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  • Suarez pledges to not bite again with Barcelona

    Luis Suarez is ready to put his biting days behind him. The Barcelona striker was officially presented to fans on Tuesday at an event delayed for more than five weeks because of his suspension for biting an opponent at the World Cup. Suarez sunk his teeth into the shoulder of Italy defender…

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  • New coach Conte vows to return Italy to top

    Antonio Conte is ready to turn Italy back into a powerhouse. The former Juventus coach agreed a two-year contract Tuesday as Italy's national coach. He succeeds Cesare Prandelli, who resigned immediately after Italy's early elimination from the World Cup in Brazil. I am very convinced we can…

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  • Russia resists demands to cut number of stadiums

    Russia is resisting demands from FIFA to reduce the number of stadiums for the 2018 World Cup from 12 to 10. FIFA President Sepp Blatter, who said last month that two of the 12 planned stadiums could be cut, was in Sochi over the weekend to discuss the issue with Russian Sports Minister Vitaly…

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  • Letters from Bojan: The incredible journey begins

    Bojan tells Lionel Messi of his first Premier League match.

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  • Jose Mourinho says Barcelona didn't make the most of Cesc Fabregas, but he can

    Jose Mourinho knows the combination to Cesc' locker of talent.

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  • Chelsea beats Burnley 3-1 in Premier League

    Diego Costa scored just 17 minutes into his debut and Cesc Fabregas had two assists as Chelsea opened its Premier League campaign with a 3-1 win Monday at newcomer Burnley. The hosts were given hope of a huge upset when Scott Arfield put Burnley in front in the 14th minute, but it was all Chelsea…

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  • Neymar, Suarez play 1st game since World Cup exits

    Neymar and Luis Suarez played for the first time since their dramatic World Cup exits, with the Brazilian star scoring twice Monday and showing no signs of his devastating back injury in Barcelona's 6-0 rout of Mexican champion Leon in a preseason tuneup. The last time Suarez played he infamously…

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  • Luis Suarez makes his Barcelona debut, somehow manages to not bite anyone

    Barcelona's friendly against Mexican side Leon for the Joan Gamper Trophy marked the first appearances for Neymar and Luis Suarez — two players whose experiences at the 2014 World Cup were cut short for very different reasons.

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  • PSV fans protest against WiFi in stadium

    While Premier League ans are protesting against rising ticket prices, supporters of Dutch giant PSV are vehemently protesting against the introduction of WiFi at Philips Stadion.

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  • As Man U owners cash in, need to buy stars grows

    With new investors to attract and a team in need of strengthening, Manchester United is trying to appease its disgruntled fans. New manager Louis van Gaal has been evaluating this once-mighty club after a sobering loss to Swansea - United's first home defeat on opening day in 42 years. Two weeks…

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  • Neymar nominates Zuniga in ice bucket challenge

    Neymar took part in the ice bucket challenge and called on the player who fractured his back at the World Cup to keep the campaign going. The Brazilian star posted a video in which he douses himself with ice water. He then named Colombia's Juan Camillo Zuniga, former teammate Robinho and One…

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  • Marseille forced to take Andre Ayew out of match because it ran out of clean shirts

    Marseille reopened the Stade Velodrome after stunning renovations by hosting Montpellier. UEFA president Michel Platini was in the house for the occasion, but the match was one that the home side will hope to forget. Losing 2-0 to Montpellier was bad enough, and Andre Ayew's laundry issues made it…

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo completes ice bucket challenge in his self-branded underpants

    As one of the few people who had not yet participated in the ice bucket challege — a wildly popular stunt intended to raise money and awareness for ALS — Cristiano Ronaldo was nominated by former Manchester United teammate Darren Fletcher.

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