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FIFA World Cup 2018

England Beat Colombia On Penalties To Reach World Cup Quarter-Finals

Jul 04, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

Harry Kane fired England ahead with his tournament-leading sixth goal just before the hour in Moscow, converting a penalty after he was hauled down by Carlos Sanchez at a corner.

Sweden Book Place In World Cup Quarter-Finals After Edging Past Switzerland

Jul 03, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

Forsberg's second-half strike, which deflected off the unfortunate Manuel Akanji, means Sweden are through to the World Cup last eight for the first time since 1994 in the US.


Chadli Fires Belgium Into World Cup's Last Eight

The Red Devils will face five-time champions Brazil in Kazan on Friday after scoring three second-half goals without reply to break Japan's dogged resistance.

Stylish Neymar Steers Brazil Past Mexico And Into World Cup Quarters

Jul 03, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

Brazil weathered an early storm at Samara Arena before Neymar turned on the style to underline their status as favourites.


Stylish Neymar Steers Brazil Past Mexico And Into World Cup Quarters

Brazil weathered an early storm at Samara Arena before Neymar turned on the style to underline their status as favourites.

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01 July, 2018

Spain Knocked Out Of World Cup As Russian Captain Igor Akinfeev Stars In Penalty Shootout

Outlook Web Bureau

Veteran Russia centre-back Sergei Ignashevich gifted Spain the opening goal on 12 minutes in Moscow. Russia hit back just before the interval.


01 July, 2018

Will Messi Quit The International Stage After Argentina World Cup Pain?

Outlook Web Bureau

Having turned 31 earlier in the tournament, it looks increasingly like defeat in the final four years ago is as close as he will come to matching Diego Maradona's feat of leading Argentina to glory in 1986.


01 July, 2018

World Cup 2018 Exit Time: Messi At 9.22 PM, Ronaldo At 1.25 AM

Outlook Web Bureau

Paris Saint-Germain striker Cavani curled home a superb 62nd-minute winner to settle a thrilling second-round duel in Sochi on Friday which sent Uruguay into a quarter-final against France next Friday.


28 June, 2018

Japan Booed Off But Reach Last 16 Despite Poland Loss

Outlook Web Bureau

Japan went through by the slimmest of margins -- their fair play record -- after the last 10 minutes were played out like a training match as both sides settled for the result.


28 June, 2018

Mina Winner Sends Colombia Through As Ill-Disciplined Senegal Go Out

Outlook Web Bureau

The South Americans, looking to reach the latter stages after reaching the quarter-finals in Brazil, risked going out of the tournament at the first hurdle.


28 June, 2018

Switzerland Through To Last 16 After Draw Over Costa Rica But Lose Captain Lichtsteiner

Outlook Web Bureau

A 93rd-minute own goal by the unfortunate keeper Yann Sommer from a Bryan Ruiz penalty gave the central American side a deserved 2-2 draw on a night of late drama in Nizhny Novgorod.


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28 June, 2018

Thiago, Paulinho Steer Brazil Into World Cup's Last 16

Outlook Web Bureau

Serbia's brightest spell came with half an hour left, only to be let down by poor finishing.


27 June, 2018

Sweden Power Into World Cup Last 16 By Beating Mexico

Outlook Web Bureau

The Swedes went through to the knockout rounds as the unlikely winners of Group F, taking the beaten Mexicans with them.


27 June, 2018

Defending Champion Germany Eliminated From World Cup

Outlook Web Bureau

The four-time champions lost to South Korea 2-0 today.


27 June, 2018

Brazil Look To March Forward As They Face Serbia Today

Outlook Web Bureau

Currently, Brazil is sitting on top of the table with four points and will easily enter the knockout round if they beat Serbia in Wednesday's clash.


27 June, 2018

Brazil's Neymar Scores! And His Sister Dislocates Shoulder

Outlook Web Bureau

She posted a picture of herself on social media showing her left arm in a sling.


27 June, 2018

Marco Reus On A Mission As Germany Seek To Complete Escape Act Against South Korea Today

Outlook Web Bureau

Reus was a substitute in the 1-0 defeat to Mexico, but given a starting role against Sweden he bundled in a 48th-minute leveller to drag Germany back into the game.


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