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Colombia win 3-0 to knock Poland out of World Cup

Colombia win 3-0 to knock Poland out of World Cup

Japan and Senegal, who both picked up wins in their first games, drew 2-2 earlier on Sunday and are in a battle with Colombia to qualify for the knockout stage.

Loew hopes win was a signal, Kroos ready to step on gas

Loew hopes win was a signal, Kroos ready to step on gas

Germany manager Joachim Loew was left wondering all week how his world champions would react to their opening loss

Mexico win ushers in uneasy truce between Osorio, critics

Mexico win ushers in uneasy truce between Osorio, critics

Barely three weeks after chants of “get out Osorio” rang around the Azteca stadium, Mexico’s cerebral coach has won over his critics thanks to two impressive opening performances at the World Cup.

Breaking into champs’ club all in the mind for Belgium

Breaking into champs’ club all in the mind for Belgium

Eight goals in two victories prove Belgium are World Cup contenders but coach Roberto Martinez says breaking into the exclusive club of champions means winning mind games as much as matches on the pitch.

Cherchesov tense before Uruguay clash

Cherchesov tense before Uruguay clash

Russia coach Stanislav Cherchesov was in bullish mood ahead of their final Group A showdown with Uruguay yesterday, dismissing suggestions his men under pressure because of their status as World Cup hosts.

Cuper says his time as Egypt coach might be ending

Cuper says his time as Egypt coach might be ending

Egypt coach Hector Cuper said it was possible that his team’s farewell match at the 2018 World Cup against Saudi Arabia today would also be his last in charge after an unsuccessful campaign in Russia.

Egypt keeper El Hadary set for World Cup record

Egypt keeper El Hadary set for World Cup record

Egypt keeper Essam El Hadary is hoping to become the oldest player in World Cup history when his side plays Saudi Arabia today.

Sport Integrity hotline receives more than 50 allegations of misconduct

Sport Integrity hotline receives more than 50 allegations of misconduct

The International Centre for Sport Security says it has received over 50 reports of sport misconduct in the first six months of its integrity hotline.

Casey’s stunning 62 leaves Englishman atop Travelers

Casey’s stunning 62 leaves Englishman atop Travelers

Britain’s Paul Casey fired an eight-under par 62, matching the lowest round of his career, to seize a four-stroke lead after Saturday’s third round of the US PGA Travelers Championship.

India stun Olympic champs Argentina, Australia pip Pakistan

India stun Olympic champs Argentina, Australia pip Pakistan

Asian continental champions India ended the second day of action at the Champions Trophy sitting at the top of the table thanks to a fine win against Olympic champions Argentina in Breda, Netherlands.

Horne brothers score 24 points as Scotland trounce Argentina

Horne brothers score 24 points as Scotland trounce Argentina

Brothers George and Peter Horne scored 24 points between them as Scotland trounced Argentina 44-15 Saturday in a one-off Test in Resistencia.

Prince Harry Kane-s Panama

Prince Harry Kane-s Panama

England’s young and free-flowing team banished the ghost of past national failures with a record 6-1 thrashing of feeble Panama yesterday that included a hat-trick by Harry Kane and eased them into the last 16.

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