Saturday 28 June 2014

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Scolari slams referee despite win

Despite seeing his team advance to the quarter-finals of the #FIFA #WorldCup, #Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari slammed the referee on Saturday.

 Low wary of Algeria

#Germany coach Joachim Low has highlighted #Algeria's strength as a collective unit ahead of Monday's last-16 fixture in Porto Alegre.

Goal a dream come true, says Rodriguez
James Rodriguez said he fulfilled a life-long dream after scoring twice to lead #Colombia into the quarter-finals at the FIFA World Cup.

Slimani: Keep Algeria´s dream going

The man that sent Algeria into the round of 16 of the FIFA World Cup has urged his teammates to "keep this dream going".

Tabarez credits Ospina with Colombia win

#Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez hailed #Colombia goalkeeper David Ospina for resisting his team's late flurry at the Maracana on Saturday.

Pekerman revels in Colombia history

Jose Pekerman revelled in his side's historic achievement after leading Colombia to the FIFA World Cup quarter-finals for the first time.

Reports: England fan had part of ear bitten off at World Cup

An #England football fan had part of his ear bitten off by a fellow supporter at the FIFA World Cup, reports claim.

Brazil´s current crop still leave more questions than answers

There are few sights in football that conjure up memories quite like it: the yellow shirt, blue shorts and white socks.

FIFA World Cup: Colombia 2 Uruguay 0

A FIFA World Cup wonder goal from James Rodriguez helped fire Colombia into the quarter-finals as his double beat Uruguay 2-0.

Tearful Cesar revels in turnaround

Julio Cesar basked in his redemption after helping host nation Brazil to the quarter-finals of the FIFA World Cup.

Pain and pride for Sampaoli

Jorge Sampaoli insisted he felt huge pride after seeing his #Chile side fall painfully short of knocking Brazil out of the FIFA World Cup.

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