Brazilians, who live in the world’s most soccer-crazed country, wouldn't dream of rooting against their national team. But at this World Cup, they might – and it’s all because of politics. If Brazil loses on the pitch, increasingly unpopular President Dilma Rousseff might lose at the polls in October. For some of her opponents, the national horror of defeat might be worth it.
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The U.S. face a difficult challenge with Germany, Portugal, and Ghana in Group G, as only two teams will advance to the Round of 16. Which team will survive the 2014 World Cup “Group of Death?”
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