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Should Neuer have been Germany's No. 1?

Sam Borden: Manuel Neuer immediately walked back into the Germany XI after a nine-month layoff. But questions about that call will swirl after Sunday's defeat.

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LIVE: Belgium, England heavy favourites

Can Sweden cope without Zlatan Ibrahimovic? All eyes are on England vs. Tunisia, but Belgium are the nation with genuine World Cup ambitions.

Ballsupski: England are playing today. Let's win this.

It's day 5 of the World Cup and Anthony Richardson and Ian Fiveankles look ahead to England's first game including how yoga can help you deal with those annoying armchair fans.

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Extra Time: Neymar's antics, thoughts on VAR and more

The guys give their take on Neymar constantly going to ground, how VAR has fared and more things from the Twittersphere.

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Project Russia: Mexico fans take over the World Cup

Episode six of Project Russia takes you through Mexico fans' rollercoaster of emotions before, during and after El Tri's historic win over Germany.

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Football

Monday's World Cup fixtures

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Football

Transfer Talk

LIVE Transfer Talk: West Ham, Crystal Palace to battle for Arsenal's Wilshere

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is keen to reunite with Willian, a player he coached at Chelsea. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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Arsenal never the same after Dein left - Fabregas

Cesc Fabregas has paid tribute to former Arsenal vice-chairman David Dein by saying the club was "never the same" after he left.

EXCLUSIVE: Times have changed but England must always beat Tunisia - Neville

Twenty years after playing for England vs. Tunisia at a World Cup, Gary Neville discusses the national team and why Monday is a must-win game.

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England's dearth of set-piece takers is bleaker than ever

Throughout the careers of David Beckham and Steven Gerrard, England could count on set pieces. Since then, though, things have gone downhill.

Tunisia vs. England: Three Lions must set right tone

England kick off their World Cup campaign against Tunisia. With Belgium also in Group G, Gareth Southgate's men can't afford any opening slip-ups.

Ballsupski: England are playing today. Let's win this.

It's day 5 of the World Cup and Anthony Richardson and Ian Fiveankles look ahead to England's first game including how yoga can help you deal with those annoying armchair fans.

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McManaman: England must play without fear

Steve McManaman believes England must move on from 'dire' performances in previous World Cups in their opener against Tunisia.

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World Cup Predictor: England's first test

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Stevie Nicol go toe-to-toe in predicting the latest World Cup fixtures, including England's opener versus Tunisia.

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Pickford: Lack of caps no issue, I'm ready

England's Jordan Pickford says he'll be ready to go for England's World Cup opener against Tunisia if selected.

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Stewart Robson's projected England XI

Stewart Robson predicts how the Three Lions will line up ahead of their opening match against Tunisia.

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EXCLUSIVE: Belgium coach Martinez talks World Cup hopes

Belgium have star individuals, but they have never won at World Cup. Coach Roberto Martinez tells ESPN FC what it will take to succeed in Russia.

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First-timers Panama look to upset powerhouse Belgium

Panama know that if Mexico, their group-mates in the North American qualifying zone, can pull off an upset, they too stand a chance against Belgium.

Will Belgium's lack of experience be their undoing?

While Belgium's star power is no secret, the FC crew question if it will be enough to see them through to a deep run in the World Cup.

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Golf

U.S. Open

Waiting wasn't the hardest part for Fleetwood on Sunday

Imagine playing the best golf round of your life, and then, as a reward, you have to wait three hours before you know if it even matters. That was Sunday for Tommy Fleetwood at the U.S. Open.

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Koepka proves that golfers are athletes in his U.S. Open win

Go ahead, try to make the argument that golfers aren't athletes after watching Brooks Koepka muscle his way to a second consecutive U.S. Open victory.

Fleetwood ties lowest round ever at U.S. Open

Tommy Fleetwood sinks a 30-foot birdie on the 15th hole for his eighth birdie. Fleetwood ties the lowest final-round score in U.S. Open history with a 63.

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Koepka: It's cool to have family watch U.S. Open win

Brooks Koepka discusses the significance of his second consecutive U.S. Open victory, this one with his dad watching on Father's Day.

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Koepka calls back-to-back U.S. Open wins 'extraordinary'

Brooks Koepka explains the challenges of winning the U.S. Open two straight years and jokes about not getting his dad a Father's Day gift.

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Koepka shines to win second straight U.S. Open

Brooks Koepka fends off Tommy Fleetwood and Dustin Johnson to card an impressive final-round 68 to win the U.S. Open.

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Mexico fan proposes after El Tri triumph

Following Mexico's unexpected win over Germany, one El Tri fan couldn't hold back his emotions and proposed to his now fiancé.

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Ball tampering, personal abuse could attract higher penalties

The ICC chief executive says the governing body's cricket committee viewed ball tampering as "cheating" which went against the spirit of cricket

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Rousey shines, but Alexa Bliss spoils match

Ronda Rousey impresses at Money in the Bank, but Alexa Bliss spoils the match and eventually cashes in her briefcase to become Raw Women's champion.

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