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LIVE: Ronaldo scores for Portugal

Cristiano Ronaldo scored again for Portugal inside five minutes vs. Morocco. He's now the top scoring European in international football. Follow live with ESPN.


Ronaldo becomes Europe's top international scorer

Cristiano Ronaldo broke Ferenc Puskas' record for the most international goals by a European player with his opener for Portugal against Morocco.

LIVE Day 7: Ronaldo's Portugal, Spain seek first win

Portugal and Spain are searching for their first win, but can Ronaldo star again vs. Morocco? Uruguay face Saudi Arabia and Spain play Iran.

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Wednesday's World Cup fixtures

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Postcards from Russia: In search of World Cup fever

Sam Borden: The World Cup hasn't exactly turned Russia into a non-stop footballing party.


Opponents of VAR are wrong and other World Cup observations

VAR has been one of the biggest success stories of the welcoming, wonderful. World Cup in Russia.

Ballsupski: Howdy, Arabia! #SaudiArabia

It's day seven and not only does that mean it's the second round of group games, but it's also time to check out who's leading in the Ballsupski anti-fantasy football and which famous celebrity will be celebrating their birthday in front of the tv today.



Transfer News

LIVE Transfer Talk: Spurs' Zaha chase hits a snag

Crystal Palace will offer Wilfried Zaha more than £120,000 a week to persuade him to turn down Tottenham. Transfer Talk has the latest.

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For all his potential, Wilshere embodied Arsenal's past

A sensational debut aged 16 suggested a bright future for Jack Wilshere, but he came to embody an obsolete era at Arsenal and had to go.


England vs. Australia 3rd ODI

England's record-breaking innings: When the burger stand vendors were on alert for white missiles

It was an 'I was there' sort of day at Trent Bridge. And Melinda Farrell was there

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England hammer world record 481

A round up of cricket from 19th June


'Very proud day for us as a group' - Morgan

The England captain says he 'never imagined' his team would one day 'stare down the barrel of 500' in an ODI innings


'Hardest day's cricket in my life' - Paine

Tim Paine takes his hat off to England after they smashed a record 481 for 6 to go 3-0 up in the five-match ODI series


Social Story: England smash their own record

Jonny Bairstow and Alex Hales teed off to power England to a massive 481 - a new men's ODI world record.


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