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  • Philippe Coutinho says Brazil must treat every World Cup game like a final

    Brazil may have struggled in their World Cup opener but their failure to beat Switzerland has not left the players worrying about qualifying for the knockout phase just yet, Philippe Coutinho said on Tuesday.

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  • World Cup notes: Ronaldo’s opener may be tough to top

    Cristiano Ronaldo was exceptional in Portugal's opening World Cup game and now has a chance to help his team knock Morocco out of the tournament. Ronaldo scored a hat trick in the opening Group B match against Spain, a 3-3 draw that so far stands as the most exciting game of this year's World Cup. Morocco dominated its opening match against Iran but lost 1-0 on an own-goal by forward Aziz Bouhaddouz in stoppage time. If Ronaldo plays at the same level...

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  • Soccer: Brazil winless but not worrying yet, says Coutinho

    SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - Brazil may have struggled in their World Cup opener but their failure to beat Switzerland has not left the players worrying about qualifying for the knockout phase just yet, midfielder Philippe Coutinho said on Tuesday.

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  • Brazil winless but not worrying yet, says Coutinho

    By Andrew DownieSOCHI, Russia, June 19 (Reuters) - Brazil may have struggled in their World Cup opener but their failure to beat Switzerland has not left the...

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  • Strike seen lifting Brazil monthly inflation to 2-yr high

    By Bruno FederowskiBRASILIA, June 19 (Reuters) - Product shortages driven by an 11-day truckers' strike in late May likely lifted Brazilian consumer prices...

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  • Neymar leaves training session with sore ankle

    SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - Brazil forward Neymar left training early on Tuesday after feeling pain in his right ankle and will spend the rest of the day undergoing physiotherapy, the Brazilian Football Confederation said.

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  • Soccer: Neymar leaves training session with sore ankle

    SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - Brazil forward Neymar left training early on Tuesday after feeling pain in his right ankle and will spend the rest of the day undergoing physiotherapy, the Brazilian Football Confederation said.

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  • Neymar leaves Brazil training session limping

    SOCHI, Russia (AP) - Neymar has limped out of Brazil's training session at the World Cup because of pain in his right ankle.The Brazilian soccer...

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  • Neymar walks out of Brazil training after wincing in pain

    Neymar walked out of Brazil training on Tuesday in serious discomfort due to pain in his right ankle. The Brazil striker was seen wincing and covered his face with a hand in distress.

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  • Japan sink 10-man Colombia in historic win for Asia

    SARANSK, Russia (Reuters) - Japan beat 10-man Colombia 2-1 in Group H on Tuesday to become the first Asian side to beat a South American one at the World Cup.

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  • Soccer: Japan sink 10-man Colombia in historic win for Asia

    SARANSK, Russia (Reuters) - Japan beat 10-man Colombia 2-1 in Group H on Tuesday to become the first Asian side to beat a South American one at the World Cup.

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  • Brazil, India corporate debt most vulnerable to rate hikes,...

    LONDON, June 19 (Reuters) - A 200-basis-point increase in interest rates could cause a sharp rise in emerging-market corporate debt at risk of default,...

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  • Burden falls on Coutinho to keep Brazil going at World Cup

    SOCHI, Russia (AP) - With Neymar hobbling and struggling, the burden to keep Brazil going at the World Cup is suddenly falling on Philippe Coutinho.The...

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  • Soccer: Latins around the world unite

    SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - If you look to the stands during World Cup matches and see a bunch of Colombians supporting Panama or a group of Mexicans cheering on Brazil then don't be surprised, your eyes are not deceiving you. In the World Cup, Latin America is a country.

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  • Brazil ask Fifa to explain VAR decisions against Switzerland

    • CBF questions goal conceded in opening draw on Sunday• Confusion over when technology should be used The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) has asked Fifa why the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) was not used to review two key decisions they believe hindered their side during Sunday’s 1-1 draw with Switzerland. Brazil players complained long and hard that defender Miranda was pushed by Steven Zuber when he headed home Switzerland’s equaliser early in the second half of their Group E opener on...

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  • Neymar leaves Brazil training after brief return

    Neymar left Brazil training on Tuesday after just 15 minutes with a right ankle injury that the team said is not related to his broken foot.

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  • Brazil’s jailed former president criticizes World Cup team

    Brazil’s jailed former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva made his debut as a soccer pundit, writing a column from behind bars in which he criticized Brazil’s performance in the team’s 1-1 World Cup draw against Switzerland.

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  • Brazil complain to FIFA over non-use of VAR technology

    SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) has asked FIFA why the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) was not used to review two key decisions they believe hindered their side during Sunday's 1-1 draw with Switzerland.

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  • Soccer: Brazil complain to FIFA over non-use of VAR technology

    SOCHI, Russia (Reuters) - The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) has asked FIFA why the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) was not used to review two key decisions they believe hindered their side during Sunday's 1-1 draw with Switzerland.

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  • World Cup big guns fail to fire as lesser lights shine

    SAMARA, Russia (Reuters) - Traditionally the stage on which the biggest teams parade their talents, this year's World Cup has seen the Goliaths of international football stumble when faced with industrious opponents of a lesser stature.

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  • Brazil complain to FIFA over non-use of VAR technology

    By Andrew DownieSOCHI, Russia, June 19 (Reuters) - The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) has asked FIFA why the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) was not...

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  • Soccer: World Cup big guns fail to fire as lesser lights shine

    SAMARA, Russia (Reuters) - Traditionally the stage on which the biggest teams parade their talents, this year's World Cup has seen the Goliaths of international football stumble when faced with industrious opponents of a lesser stature.

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  • Neymar leaves Brazil training session limping

    Neymar has limped out of Brazil's training session at the World Cup because of pain in his right ankle. The Brazilian soccer confederation says the injury is not serious, adding … Click to Continue

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  • Brazil's jailed former president criticizes World Cup team

    Brazil's jailed former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva made his debut as a soccer pundit, writing a column from behind bars in which he criticized Brazil's performance in the team's 1-1 World Cup draw against Switzerland.

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