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The Great World Cup fix!: Will it cross the Atlantic?

Will the world’s most coveted trophy cross the Atlantic Ocean for only the first time in its history?

By The NewsDay Jul. 8, 2014
Graphic: 2014 World Cup predictions
By The NewsDay Jul. 7, 2014
Graphic: 2014 World Cup predictions
By The NewsDay Jul. 7, 2014
Fifa suspends Brazil press officer
Fifa suspends Brazil press officer

RIO — Brazil press officer Rodrigo Paiva has been provisionally suspended by Fifa following an incident with Chile player Mauricio Pinilla

By The NewsDay Jul. 1, 2014
World Cup -‘Neymar will be ready for Colombia’

SAO PAOLO — Brazil star Neymar will be fit to face Colombia in Friday’s World Cup quarterfinal in Fortaleza

By The NewsDay Jul. 1, 2014
Barca step up Luis Chewerez Suarez bid

MONTEVIDEO — Luis Suarez faced further criticism on Monday night after issuing a belated apology for biting Giorgio Chiellini

By The NewsDay Jul. 1, 2014
Nobody cares about Ivory Coast fate: Yaya Toure

PARIS — Yaya Toure claims nobody cares about Ivory Coast’s controversial exit from the World Cup because they are African.

By The NewsDay Jul. 1, 2014
Dutch comeback stuns Mexico

Two goals in the final minutes of their last 16 match saw Netherlands come from a goal behind to beat Mexico 2-1 at the Estadio Castelao yesterday.

By The NewsDay Jun. 30, 2014
World Cup: GHANA ARE GONERS

BRASILIA — Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first goal of the tournament as Portugal beat Ghana 2-1 in Brasilia yesterday, but both teams were eliminated

By The NewsDay Jun. 26, 2014
World Cup: GHANA ARE GONERS

BRASILIA — Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first goal of the tournament as Portugal beat Ghana 2-1 in Brasilia yesterday, but both teams were eliminated

By The NewsDay Jun. 26, 2014
World Cup African relief: Super Eagles through to last 16

PORTO ALEGRE — Ahmed Musa became the first Nigerian ever to score more than once in a World Cup match as a brace from Lionel Messi inspired Argentina

By The NewsDay Jun. 25, 2014
WORLD CUP: Do or die for Ghana, PortugalDo or die for Ghana, Portugal

Whether at international or club level, Cristiano Ronaldo’s goals, skills and mere presence has got his various teams out of many sticky situations

By The NewsDay Jun. 25, 2014
Returning Spain team plane struck by lightning

Spain’s soccer team, returning home after a wretched World Cup in Brazilwhere the holders were eliminated in the first round, had another shock on Tuesday

By The NewsDay Jun. 25, 2014
Ghana FA calls police in match-fixing ‘sting’

ACCRA — The president of the Ghana Football Association has denied agreeing for the national team to play in matches that others were preparing to fix.

By The NewsDay Jun. 23, 2014
Ghana, Germany draw in cracker

Germany striker Miroslav Klose came off the bench to score a record-equalling 15th World Cup goal and salvage a 2-2 draw against Ghana in a pulsating Group G game on Saturday.

By The NewsDay Jun. 23, 2014
Ghana, Germany draw in cracker

Germany striker Miroslav Klose came off the bench to score a record-equalling 15th World Cup goal and salvage a 2-2 draw against Ghana in a pulsating Group G game on Saturday.

By The NewsDay Jun. 23, 2014
Nigeria end Bosnia dream

Peter Odemwingie’s first-half goal gave Nigeria a 1-0 win over Bosnia in World Cup Group F football match on Saturday.

By The NewsDay Jun. 23, 2014
2014 World Cup: Ivory Coast slip up

GARRINCHA — Colombia are dangerously lying in wait for England even if Roy Hodgson’s men do make it to the knockout stages

By The NewsDay Jun. 19, 2014
Diving takes centre stage at Fifa World Cup

SAO PAULO — Fred denies diving in Brazil’s World Cup opener that led to a disputed, go-ahead penalty kick. France’s Loic Remy considers the fall a disgrace

By The NewsDay Jun. 18, 2014
World Cup: Colombia wary of Ivory Coast speed, power

BRASILIA — Colombia are planning to rely on a possession game to combat the speed and power of Ivory Coast when the two sides meet in Brasilia on Thursday

By The NewsDay Jun. 18, 2014
World Cup: Keshi bemoans lack of patience

CURITIBA — African football champions Nigeria blamed impatience for their failure to break down outsiders Iran in a 0-0 draw on Monday

By The NewsDay Jun. 17, 2014
Eto’o hoping for World Cup miracle

MANAUS, Brazil — Cameroon skipper Samuel Eto’o admitted he requires a miracle if he is to shake off a right knee injury in time to play

By The NewsDay Jun. 17, 2014
Muller 3 Ronaldo 0!. . . as Super Eagles fire blanks

SALVADOR/CUTIRIBA — Thomas Muller’s hat-trick inspired Germany to a 4-0 mauling of 10-man Portugal in their opening World Cup football finals Group G match

By The NewsDay Jun. 17, 2014
World Cup 2014: Germany coach hails clinical finishing

Germany coach Joachim Low hailed his side’s “clinical” finishing after the 4-0 win over Portugal in their opening World Cup game in Group G

By The NewsDay Jun. 17, 2014
Brazil win, but protests continue

Brazil exploded with street parties as its soccer team won the World Cup’s opening game on Thursday.

By The NewsDay Jun. 14, 2014