2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
0-0-2, 4th in FIFA World Cup
Matchday 9: Brazil & Swiss win late, Argentina still alive (0:59)
A quick portrait of Neymar's emotions (0:24)
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1dReuters

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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2dGabriele 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.

Mariner: Douglas Costa made Brazil brighter (2:53)
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2dESPN

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.

Ballsupski: Football (4:51)
Neymar: My foot feels fine (0:29)
World Cup Predictor: Will the real Brazil please stand up? (2:26)
Matchday 4: Germany & Brazil lacklustre in openers (0:38)
Matchday 4: Germany & Brazil lacklustre in openers (0:38)
Serbia cautious in World Cup opener vs. Costa Rica (2:04)
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7dNick 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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7dESPN 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-27th
Goals Scored0Tied-28th
Assists0Tied-21st
Goals Conceded3Tied-22nd