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4th in FIFA World Cup
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64dESPN

Costa Rica hires ex-America, Leon boss Matosas

Costa Rica has hired former Club America and Leon coach Gustavo Matosas as the squad's new manager, the country's federation announced on Tuesday.

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131dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Almeyda in talks to become Costa Rica coach

Former Chivas coach Matias Almeyda has had talks with Costa Rica about coaching their national team and said he has not had any other approach.

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161dAssociated Press

Costa Rica part ways with manager Ramirez

The Costa Rica soccer federation says national team coach Oscar Ramirez is out after the team's disappointing performance at the World Cup.

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168dNick Miller

Limp Swiss through but won't scare many

Switzerland made it to the last 16 but won't scare many on this showing while Costa Rica made it 32 out of 32 teams to score a World Cup goal.

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173dReuters

Costa Rica couldn't do more vs. Brazil - boss

Costa Rica coach Oscar Ramirez said there was little more his team could have done after being eliminated from the World Cup in a loss to Brazil.

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173dGabriele Marcotti

Brazil -- and VAR -- triumph at World Cup

Brazil will get the headlines for leaving it late, but the biggest triumph was having Neymar's penalty overturned by VAR review.

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173dESPN

Late goals see Brazil past Costa Rica

Coutinho raced onto a touch from Gabriel Jesus and prodded the ball past Keylor Navas, with Neymar firing in from close range in the final seconds.

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178dNick Ames

Kolarov quality the difference as Serbia win

Serbia needed a moment of pure quality from their defender to see off a resilient Costa Rica side, whose hopes of progress already look bleak.

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178dESPN staff

LIVE: Mexico stun Germany; Brazil begin

Favourites Brazil and Neymar open the tournament with Switzerland, after world champions Germany were stunned by Mexico and Serbia beat Costa Rica.

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference-3Tied-23rd
Goals Scored2Tied-21st
Assists1Tied-22nd
Goals Conceded5Tied-14th