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  5. France vs. Nigeria
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  6. Germany vs. Algeria
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  11. Argentina vs. Belgium
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  12. Netherlands vs. Costa Rica
    0 (4) Netherlands
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  13. Brazil vs. Germany
    1 Brazil
    7 Germany
  14. Netherlands vs. Argentina
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    0 (4) Argentina
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    3 Netherlands
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  1. 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

  2. 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

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

  4. Fans react to Germany's win in World Cup final
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    Fans react to Germany's win in World Cup final

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

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

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

  • Juan Arango scores with powerful shot from distance that hits the crossbar twice

    Venezuelan midfielder Juan Arango gave Club Tijuana a 1-0 lead in the 23rd minute of their Liga MX match against Leones Negros with a blistering shot that went in off the crossbar.

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  • Brazilian club promises to punish racist fans

    Brazilian club Gremio has promised to help identify and punish those of its fans who taunted a player in the latest case of racism to taint the national game. The club said Friday it will analyze footage from television and security cameras in finding the fans responsible for monkey taunts…

    The Associated Press
  • DTotD: Shakhtar's Luiz Adriano knocked out by clothesline to the chin

    Shakhtar Donetsk's Luiz Adriano was knocked unconscious by a clothesline to the chin from Illychivets defender Oleksandr Chyzhov during a Ukrainian Premier League match on Friday.

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  • The two lasting images from Fernando Torres' time at Chelsea

    It's finally happening. Chelsea have announced that Fernando Torres will move to Milan on an unusual two-year loan deal that will take the Spaniard who has been the subject of all of the world's jokes, pity, hand-wringing and hope since joining the club in January 2011.

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  • Falcao, Rodriguez on Colombia squad for Brazil

    BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) -- Colombia star Radamel Falcao, who missed the World Cup after surgery on an injured left knee, will play for his country against Brazil next week in an international friendly match in Miami.

    The Associated Press
  • Putin hopeful Russia won't lose right to host 2018 World Cup

    President Vladimir Putin said on Friday he hoped Russia would not lose the right to host the 2018 soccer World Cup following Western calls to stop the country staging the tournament. Asked whether there was any risk that Russia could lose its right to hold the tournament due to the complicated…

  • Putin rules out cutting 2018 World Cup venues

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has ruled out cutting any of the 11 host cities for the 2018 World Cup despite repeated recommendations from FIFA head Sepp Blatter. Russia's tournament organizers were surprised when Blatter suggested at the World Cup in Brazil that two stadiums should be dropped…

    The Associated Press
  • Zlatan Ibrahimovic's expert analysis of the Champions League group stage draw

    The 2014/15 Champions League group stage draw has been completed and this time it is personal. For Zlatan. This is interesting to me because I am Zlatan.

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  • 10 World Cup vets on US roster

    CHICAGO (AP) -- U.S. coach Jurgen Klinsmann selected 10 players from this year's World Cup team to play against the Czech Republic next Wednesday.

    The Associated Press
  • On to Burnley, Van Gaal needs a Man United win

    From the World Cup semifinals to a bruising introduction in Britain, Louis van Gaal's fortunes have changed rapidly inside two months. The coach who led the Netherlands to a third-place finish at the World Cup enters his fourth match as Manchester United manager still searching for his first win. …

    The Associated Press
  • After Landon Donovan farewell match, don't expect more retirement parties from U.S. Soccer

    By the time another American soccer great retires, the U.S men's national team will have progressed beyond testimonial selections.

    Yahoo Sports
  • New Wembley set for lowest England attendance

    Wembley Stadium is set to be more than half empty for England's friendly against Norway next week in a sign of public apathy following the national team's worst-ever World Cup campaign. The English Football Association said Thursday that only 35,000 to 40,000 fans are expected in the…

    The Associated Press
  • Alessandro Del Piero joins ISL side Delhi Dynamos

    Alessandro Del Piero has joined Indian Super League side Delhi Dynamos. The inaugural ISL season runs from October to December, freeing Del Piero up for a possible move to the United States, where the Major League Soccer season starts in January. ''I am very enthusiastic about this new adventure,…

    The Associated Press
  • Nadine Kessler, Cristiano Ronaldo's museum win UEFA's Best Player in Europe awards

    Cristiano Ronaldo's museum and Nadine Kessler are the recipients of the UEFA Best Player in Europe and Best Women's Player in Europe awards, respectively.

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  • Column: For deadly football, Algeria must face ban

    For football coach Hugo Broos, no other word is fitting for the death of his star player, Albert Ebosse. Ebosse, from Cameroon, left behind family, a fiancee and their baby daughter to earn his living in Algeria's top league and, with his goals, to offer the gift of football happiness for those…

    The Associated Press
  • Bafetimbi Gomis researched Swansea by playing as them on Football Manager before joining the club

    When Bafetimbi Gomis left Lyon at the end of last season, he prepared to join Swansea City by researching the club and playing video games at the same time. Naturally, he did this by playing as Swansea in Football Manager.

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  • Despite 'baggage,' Rooney made England captain

    Despite an often tempestuous relationship with fans and past concerns over his temperament, Wayne Rooney has received the symbolically-prestigious honor of captaining England. Taking over the leadership of an inexperienced squad that is recovering from the national team's worst-ever World Cup,…

    The Associated Press