Wodehouse meets "Wayne’s World" as the unlikely Brit wits of "Men in Blazers" increase our love of soccer and improve our vocabulary
"It’s a normal action, I tried to shadow him," defender Zuniga told reporters. "I was not thinking of hurting him. I was defending my country´s colors"
The United States’ World Cup adventure in Brazil in four words: From Ghana to gone.
Television images showed part of a passenger bus crushed under the overpass and news website G1 said another two trucks and a vehicle were also smashed
With Israeli/Palestinian tensions high, Algeria’s soccer team dives into international politics
This afternoon’s match could very well set a weekday viewership record for American workers who suddenly recall that they have to pick up their children from a play date
“The truth is that my colleague Giorgio Chiellini suffered the physical result of a bite in the collision he suffered with me,” Uruguay's star striker said
"For Americans to play their preferred style of aggressive hard-hitting football, they need force opponents to play the same way," writes Christopher VanLang.
Minor scuffles broke out inside the stadium as Colombia beat Uruguay 2-0 to advance to the quarter-finals, though fighting intensified on the external concourse on Saturday
The winner of Group H will be determined later Thursday, but more than likely the U.S. will take on either Belgium or Algeria on Tuesday
Suarez was also suspended from any football-related activity for four months and fined 100,000 Swiss francs ($111,000)
The U.S. team arrived safely at the stadium, according to a video posted on its official Twitter page
Whether it is a source of salvation or one of heartbreak, there is something immensely appealing about stoppage time
The town where the attacks happened is in a state that's been devastated by attacks from Boko Haram
"He had tickets to go to the Brazil-Mexico game today," the police said in a statement
Inside Papaye, a Ghanaian restaurant along the Grand Concourse in the Bronx, the mood was festive but restless
What does a Welsh footballer do when his team fails to make the World Cup
"They entered the video hall where we were watching a World Cup match and shot indiscriminately at us," a witness said
Brazil's victory against Croatia was error-strewn and uneven
In Brazil, which will also host the 2016 Olympics, protests and strikes have dominated the public mood
Police used tear gas to clear anti-World Cup demonstrators, upset by the cost of the games.