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Netherlands leave it very late against Mexico while Costa Rica send the Greeks home from a perfect penalty kick shootout

Netherlands leave it very late against Mexico while Costa Rica send the Greeks home from a perfect penalty kick shootout

Sunday’s eighth round knockout stage matches both went down to the final whistle, with the Dutch team literally coming back from the dead to snatch victory in the most dramatic fashion after looking down and out in the searing heat of the Estadio Castelao stadium in Fortaleza. From the kick-off the Dutch found it hard


World Cup Round Up – Friday- Algeria and USA make it through as Portugal go out with a whimper

World Cup Round Up – Friday- Algeria and USA make it through as Portugal go out with a whimper

In the rain-soaked Arena Pernambuco in Recife Thomas Muller scores his fourth goal of the 2014 World Cup tournament to give Germany a deserved victory and send them through as Group G winners. The US put in another disciplined performance whilst keeping an ear to what was happening in the corresponding match in the group,


World Cup Soccer Round Up Wednesday- Uruguay go through – but the question is – but will Louis Suarez go with them after another biting incident

World Cup Soccer Round Up Wednesday- Uruguay go through – but the question is – but will Louis Suarez go with them after another biting incident

Expectations that the group clinching match between Uruguay and Italy would be tense and angry turned out to be more than correct with the Uruguayan team going through thanks to a dramatic late winner from Diego Godin. Italy, who only needed a draw to go through, were once again lacking inspiration and rarely proved a

World Cup Round Up- Tuesday- Spain go home with some dignity preserved while Brazil, Holland, Mexico and Chile ease comfortably into the knockout stages

World Cup Round Up- Tuesday- Spain go home with some dignity preserved while Brazil, Holland, Mexico and Chile ease comfortably into the knockout stages

The atmosphere at was a mixture of sadness and anti-climax in Curitiba as reigning World cup champions Spain at least succeeded in avoiding the ignominy of finishing their World Cup campaign without a victory, eventually overcoming Australia thanks to goals from David Villa, Fernando Torres and Manchester United’s Juan Mata making his World Cup debut.


Nico Rosberg wins again, in Austria

Nico Rosberg wins again, in Austria

The Austrian Grand Prix was once again dominated by the Mercedes team, with Nico Rosberg eventually taking the checkered flag from his “teammate” Lewis Hamilton. With both Williams drivers Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa starting the race in pole position, the Mercedes team were hard placed for the first half of the race to catch