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Here We Mexi-Go!
Mexico advanced to the knockout round for the sixth successive World Cup on Monday, securing a 3-1 win over Croatia at the Arena Pernambuco to finish second in Group A. A win or a draw would have...  FULL STORY>>
Brazil wins Group A
Neymar played a starring role in Brazil's Group A finale on Monday, bagging a brace to help put the host nation in first place with a 4-1 defeat of Cameroon at Estadio Nacional.

The Barcelona man, who scored two goals in Brazil's opening match of the tournament, found the back of the net twice in the span of 18 minutes in the first half... FULL STORY>>
Man Advantage
Croatia kept its hopes of a berth in the Round of 16 alive by routing 10-man Cameroon in a 4-0 victory at the Arena Amazonia on Wednesday.

Ivica Olic scored just 11 minutes into the affair to put Niko Kovac's men in front, but the match really turned in Croatia's favor five minutes before halftime... FULL STORY>>
Guillermo Ochoa
Mexico holds off Brazil
Guillermo Ochoa turned out a splendid performance at the Estadio Castelao on Tuesday, keeping a clean sheet in Mexico's 0-0 draw with Brazil.

The Mexico goalkeeper produced a flurry of show-stopping saves over the course of the match to hold Brazil scoreless in a World Cup game for just the third time... FULL STORY>>
Oribe Peralta
Off To A Flying Start
Oribe Peralta scored the lone goal at the Estadio das Dunas on Friday to hand Mexico three points in its Group A opener with a 1-0 defeat of Cameroon.

Giovani Dos Santos had two first-half goals disallowed, but El Tri managed to bounce back from adversity with Peralta tucking home a 61st-minute shot from close... FULL STORY>>
Brazil Takes Opener
It was not pretty, but Brazil managed to open the 2014 World Cup with three points as the host nation edged Croatia, 3-1, at the Arena Corinthians on Thursday.

Croatia took a shock lead early on thanks to Marcelo's own goal, but Neymar bagged a brace before Oscar tacked on a stoppage-time goal to see Brazil stave... FULL STORY>>