Video assistant referees have hit the headlines in Russia. We chronicle every major decision that the VAR has had to consider, and how well it did.
Neymar was fouled 10 times in Sunday's game vs. Switzerland, which was his first competitive match since he suffered the metatarsal injury.
Neymar might have abandoned his blonde quiff and moved on to a daring new hairstyle already.
Carlos Sanchez was dismissed for handball as Japan won the penalty from which Shinji Kagawa gave them the lead.
Manuel Neuer denied that there is a division in Germany's camp between the 2014 World Cup winners and the 2017 Confederation Cup winners.
James Rodriguez will not start for Colombia in their World Cup opener against Japan after injuring his left calf in training.
England fans were up in arms about Harry Kane being denied two penalties against Tunisia. But why might VAR have not advised penalties?
Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani cut frustrated figures for much of Uruguay's 1-0 victory over Egypt. They will be looking forward to Saudi Arabia.
A Russian shopkeeper claims to sell three large blocks of cheese and 140 pots of yoghurt to the France squad per day -- "They're going to get fat."
Costa played twice for Brazil in 2013 before deciding to represent Spain the following year.
Dele Alli, Raheem Sterling and Jesse Lingard have played 78 games for England, but have delivered a combined total of just five goals.
England left it late to beat Tunisia 2-1 with a Harry Kane header -- and their fans celebrated in style.
Former FIFA president Sepp Blatter will fly to Moscow to watch Portugal face Morocco and Brazil take on Costa Rica as a guest of Vladimir Putin.
James Rodriguez is injured and misses Colombia's opener against Japan, then Robert Lewandowski makes his first appearance of the tournament.