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New York Times

Politics Ensnare Mohamed Salah and Switzerland at the World Cup
New York Times
MOSCOW — The World Cup was thrust into the combustible mix of politics and soccer — dangerous ground that world soccer takes great pains to avoid — as a growing number of disciplinary proceedings and a star player's threatened retirement brought ...
World Cup 2018: Groups A and B get set for finales – live!The Guardian
World Cup 2018: Mohamed Salah 'happy in camp' says Egyptian FABBC Sport

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New York Times

Made in Argentina, and Now Coaching Everywhere at the World Cup
New York Times
This has not been a vintage World Cup, so far, for anything or anyone connected to Argentina. The national team, despite the presence of Lionel Messi, has lurched from crisis to crisis. Held to a tie by Iceland, torn apart by Croatia, at risk of a ...

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New York Times

Colombia Keeps World Cup Hopes Alive While Dashing Poland's
New York Times
Poland's World Cup will end after the group stage, as two losses means it has no hope of advancing. It's a disappointing end for a squad led by one of the world's most potent strikers in Robert Lewandowski, but he was unable to sufficiently lift Poland ...
ColombiaThe Guardian

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The Guardian

Six Goals for England and an Open Door Into the Next Round
New York Times
NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia — It was Saturday afternoon on the Volga River when Panama's coach, Hernan Dario Gomez, offered a scary thought — the next day's World Cup match against England might prove even more lopsided than his team's 3-0 loss ...
England beat Panama 6-1 and look to the World Cup knockout rounds - as it happenedThe Guardian
World Cup: Panama fans go wild over first goal despite 6-1 drubbing against EnglandABC News
World Cup: England set new records in 6-1 victory over PanamaBBC Sport
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New York Times

Japan and Senegal Control World Cup Fates After Draw
New York Times
Japan brought on Keisuke Honda, who at that point had been involved in six of the last eight Japanese World Cup goals, and he delivered again, hitting from close range after Senegal's goalkeeper Khadim N'Diaye failed to solidly clear a cross away from ...
SenegalThe Guardian
2018 FIFA World CupBBC Sport

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USA TODAY

Spoilers: What does the wild ending of 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' mean?
USA TODAY
Spoiler alert: The following story deals with the ending of "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom." Stop reading now if you have not seen it. There goes the neighborhood. Actually, there goes the whole globe. By the end of "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom," ...
'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Is No. 1, but Not Quite as MightyNew York Times
'Jurassic World' sequel crosses $700 million at global box officeCNNMoney
'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Feasts on $150 Million OpeningVariety

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USA TODAY

Why Lionel Messi hates playing for Argentina in World Cup
USA TODAY
MOSCOW — He's not having any fun at this World Cup, Lionel Messi, that much is obvious. More than that uncharacteristically tame penalty kick that cost Argentina victory against Iceland, or the slumping-shouldered response to Croatia's second goal in ...

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Wall Street Journal

Newspaper headlines: England's dream win and Tory defence rows
BBC News
The Sun Image caption The Sun features a full-page picture of England's players celebrating a John Stones goal after thrashing Panama in the World Cup. The 6-1 score is the highest margin England have won a game in a competitive tournament. The Times ...
England Looks Dominant at the World Cup—SeriouslyWall Street Journal
World Cup 2018: Pick your England team to face BelgiumBBC Sport

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CBSSports.com

World Cup scores, recap: Colombia and England shine, plus Group G and H scenarios highlight Day 11
CBSSports.com
Every team at the 2018 World Cup has played two matches, and now the final group stages matches will arrive with so much to play for. Group G saw two teams play on Sunday while every team in Group H played, and we got 14 goals and some impressive ...
Japan already World Cup winners... for having the classiest fansThe Star Online
In The Stands And On The Sidelines, The World Comes To The World CupNPR

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CBSSports.com

World Cup Power Rankings: Lionel Messi and Argentina fall; Belgium replaces Brazil as new No. 1
CBSSports.com
We have reached the halfway point of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Thirty-two of the 64 games have been played, which means every team has one game remaining in the group stage before the knockout stage begins next weekend with 16 teams.


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