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LIVE: Mexico ease to victory over South Korea

Mexico are on the brink of the round of 16 after a 2-1 win against South Korea. A Carlos Vela penalty and Javier Hernandez strike made sure of the victory, though Son Heung-Min scored a stoppage-time consolation.

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Lukaku has Belgium raising expectations

Romelu Lukaku's power was showcased again as he took his World Cup goal tally to four, raising expectations that Belgium can reach the semifinals.

Lukaku, Hazard 8/10 as Belgium crush Tunisia

Belgium created plenty of chances in their 5-2 win over Tunisia, and at the centre of it all were Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard.

Lukaku first to WC goal feat since Maradona

Belgium's Romelu Lukaku became the first player in 32 years to score multiple goals in consecutive World Cup finals matches on Saturday.

Maaloul, Youssef exposed as Tunisia crushed by Belgium

Tunisia were thoroughly outclassed but still netted twice as they were thumped 5-2 by Belgium during a thrilling Group G clash in Moscow.

Ames: Teams will fear playing Belgium

ESPN's Nick Ames shares his thoughts on Belgium's dominant display against Tunisia which saw them top group G.

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Nicol: Defence will keep Belgium from winning World Cup

Belgium scored five goals in their win over Tunisia, but Steve Nicol says their issues at the back could prove costly in the World Cup.

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What's really behind the intense criticism of Sterling?

If there's one player who divides opinion in English football, it's Raheem Sterling. The question is ... why?

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Russia get 'twice as many' WC drugs tests - doctor

Russia doctor Eduard Bezuglov said his players have been given more than 300 drugs tests in response to scrutiny of the World Cup hosts' success.

Project Russia: "Who is the GOAT?" Messi, Ronaldo, Pele, Maradona

Charlie Gibson sets out to find the answer to the question on everyone's lips - who is the GOAT???

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Ballsupski: Hope it's a four game Saturday like last week

Anthony Richardson and Ian Fiveankles return to talk Neymar's tears, German nerves and Julian Draxler's dislike of daylight.

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Extra Time: Messi vs. Ronaldo, Neymar's antics and more

The guys respond to your tweets about Jorge Sampaoli, Messi vs. Ronaldo, Isco vs. Coutinho, Switzerland's first goal and Neymar's non-penalty.

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Transfer news

Transfer Talk LIVE: West Ham plan new move for Cairney

Manuel Pellegrini is planning to poach the star of Fulham's promotion winning campaign to boost West Ham's midfield.

Liverpool made right decision to let Can join Juventus

After four underwhelming years at Liverpool, the 24-year-old will play in Serie A next season and Italy is a better stage for him.

Lozano to decide future amid Barca links - father

Lozano scored 17 goals in 29 league matches for PSV this season, ending the campaign as their top scorer as they won the Eredivisie title.

Low sticking to his convictions

After the shock loss to Mexico, Germany are facing an uphill battle to defend their World Cup title. But that won't deter manager Joachim Low.

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Muller unfazed by criticism as Germany prep for Sweden

Thomas Muller is struggling for form with Germany but is still positive about their chances of a result against Sweden on Saturday.

Burley: Expect personnel changes for Germany

While examining Raf Honigstein's projected XI for Germany against Sweden, the FC crew explain why Joachim Low needs to make changes to his lineup.

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Gomez: Weird atmosphere in German camp

Germany's Mario Gomez admits that the team are feeling the pressure to qualify for the World Cup round of 16 after their Mexico defeat.

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Burley: Germany missing a dynamic player like Sane

Craig Burley believes if Germany are to rebound from their "Mexico wake-up call", they'll need to rethink both their tactics and starting XI.

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Cipriani gets first start for England since 2008

Eddie Jones has named his England side to face South Africa in the final of three Tests in Cape Town on June 23.

Jones: England will emerge stronger after loss

England coach Eddie Jones has backed the commitment of his players and believes they will save their best for last to avoid a whitewash in the third and final test against South Africa in Cape Town on Saturday.

June predictions: Third Test team-by-team guide

The Springboks and All Blacks may have already wrapped up their series against England and France respectively, but the Wallabies and Ireland have plenty to play for in Sydney in the series decider, while England and France will look to regain some pride.

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