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Watch LIVE: Hazard's second goal extends Belgium's lead

Belgium are looking to reach the knockouts while Tunisia are trying to keep their World Cup hopes alive. Watch the game LIVE on ESPN.in

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LIVE Day 10: Belgium vs. Tunisia

Belgium take on Tunisia, while Germany lost their first game so need a win over Sweden. Mexico will look to keep their momentum going vs. Korea.

Lukaku first to achieve WC goal feat since Maradona

Belgium's Romelu Lukaku became the first player to score multiple goals in consecutive World Cup finals matches in 32 years on Saturday.

Low sticking to his convictions

After the shock loss to Mexico, Germany are facing an uphill battle to defend their World Cup title. But that won't deter manager Joachim Low.

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Muller unfazed by criticism as Germany prep for Sweden

Thomas Muller is struggling for form with Germany but is still positive about their chances of a result against Sweden on Saturday.

Khedira offered ticket home by cheeky Swedish journalist

An intrepid journalist tried to catch the Germany midfielder off guard but he was more than ready for the ruse.

Burley: Expect personnel changes for Germany

While examining Raf Honigstein's projected XI for Germany against Sweden, the FC crew explain why Joachim Low needs to make changes to his lineup.

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Gomez: Weird atmosphere in German camp

Germany's Mario Gomez admits that the team are feeling the pressure to qualify for the World Cup round of 16 after their Mexico defeat.

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Burley: Germany missing a dynamic player like Sane

Craig Burley believes if Germany are to rebound from their "Mexico wake-up call", they'll need to rethink both their tactics and starting XI.

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French Grand Prix

LIVE: French Grand Prix - Qualifying

Follow ESPN's live text commentary of the first qualifying session in France since 2008.

Bottas tops rain-affected final practice

Valtteri Bottas topped a washed out final practice session at the French Grand Prix as heavy rain hit the track after eight minutes of running.

Horner: Ricciardo would be brave to join teams he's lapping every week

Red Bull boss Christian Horner used the latest bout of speculation about Daniel Ricciardo's future to take a jab at the current competitiveness of Renault and McLaren.

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Mexico's World Cup plan was months in the making

Many World Cup fans were stunned when Mexico beat Germany in its opener, but those in El Tri's camp knew the result was months in the making.

The many contradictions of Mexico's Carlos Vela

Whatever people think of Carlos Vela's past, the 29-year-old can still be a game-changer in Russia and he remains El Tri's most talented forward.

Marquez implores Mexico WC fans: 'Let us rest!'

Mexico players had a clear message for the throngs of fans who gathered outside the team hotel here on Friday night: thank you, but let us sleep.

The friends behind the wheel of Mexico's party bus

What better way to see the World Cup than with your friends in a painted bus supporting your country? Meet the friends behind "La Bendicion."

Marquez to Mexico fans: Let us rest

Mexico's Rafa Marquez thanks El Tri fans for their support outside the team's hotel in Rostov-on-Don ahead of their clash with South Korea.

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Can Mexico assume the role of protagonist vs. South Korea?

ESPN FC's Sebi Salazar and Herc Gomez discuss the magnitude of South Korea-Mexico for Juan Carlos Osorio and who the difference maker could be for El Tri.

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Chicharito has football running through his blood

Chicharito reflects on difficult points in his career and relives the moment he matched his grandfather's World Cup feat 56 years later.

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Marshall: Mexico must remain level-headed against South Korea

ESPN's Tom Marshall discusses why Mexico must refocus after their Germany win to beat South Korea.

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Would point deductions curb Mexican fans' chants?

The Sportscenter Mexico crew discuss El Tri's latest fine for "discriminatory and insulting chants" against Germany and how to stop them.

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Gomez: Mexico's Layun key against South Korea

ESPN FC's Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez believe Miguel Layun's versatility can be pivotal to helping Mexico overcome South Korea.

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Osorio: Mexico must be the protagonists

ESPN's John Sutcliffe speaks to Juan Carlos Osorio who hopes Mexico can be the protagonists against South Korea.

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All Access: Mexico's World Cup training session

ESPN FC's Herc Gomez takes you behind-the-scenes of what it's like to cover Mexico at the World Cup.

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Fabian to start vs. South Korea, Lozano bound for Barca?

ESPN FC's Seb Salazar and Herc Gomez address Hirving Lozano to Barcelona rumours and delve into Juan Carlos Osorio's potential starting XI versus South Korea.

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Ricardo Ortiz: Messi was not born to play for Argentina

ESPN announcer Ricardo Ortiz joins the FC crew to discuss Argentina's World Cup, the problems with Jorge Sampaoli and his sympathy for Lionel Messi.

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Extra Time: Messi vs. Ronaldo, Neymar's antics and more

The guys respond to your tweets about Jorge Sampaoli, Messi vs. Ronaldo, Isco vs. Coutinho, Switzerland's first goal and Neymar's non-penalty.

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World Cup Predictor: Will Germany get past Sweden?

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson and Alexis Nunes take on the World Cup Predictor ahead of Belgium-Tunisia, South Korea-Mexico and Germany-Sweden.

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'We're looking forward to playing difficult cricket' - Virat Kohli

The India captain says he is 'raring to go' after a small break and talks about the preparations for the England Test series

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Robson: Shaqiri provides the flair for Switzerland

Despite Serbia controlling play early, the organization of Switzerland led to two second-half goals to give them a deserving win.

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Kvitova advances to Birmingham semi-finals

Petra Kvitova kept her title defense going after defeating Julia Goerges 6-1 6-4 to make the semi-finals of the Nature Valley Classic.

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Yasir Shah returns to Pakistan's ODI squad

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Robson: Rohr's tactical switch paid off for Nigeria

ESPN FC's Stewart Robson breaks down the adjustments Gernot Rohr made to help Nigeria overcome Iceland and blow Group D wide open.

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Project Russia: "Who is the GOAT?" Messi, Ronaldo, Pele, Maradona

Charlie Gibson sets out to find the answer to the question on everyone's lips - who is the GOAT???

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Unhappy Argentina fans react to Croatia defeat

Argentina fans react to 3-0 loss against Croatia.

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Messi looked a 'broken man' in Croatia defeat

The FC crew lay into Jorge Sampaoli and inspect Lionel Messi's negative demeanour after Argentina's embarrassing defeat to Croatia.

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Marcotti: For Neymar, relief replaces frustration

It looked like VAR's penalty reversal would cap a difficult day for Neymar, but Brazil found a way vs. Costa Rica... and he found a goal.

Vickery: Neymar, Brazil learn World Cups are different

The Selecao finally found a way past Costa Rica but it wasn't easy and Brazil's display was a far cry from the pre-tournament form shown under Tite.

Tite injures hamstring celebrating Brazil winner

Tite became the second coach to pick up an unexpected injury at the World Cup when he pulled a muscle celebrating Brazil's goal against Costa Rica.

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.

Was Neymar's emotional display after goal too much?

Neymar let his emotions show after scoring for Brazil against Costa Rica, leading the FC crew to debate whether the display was over the top.

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A quick portrait of Neymar's emotions

ESPN's Dalton Cara perfectly captures Neymar's emotions following Brazil's emphatic late win over Costa Rica.

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Mariner: Douglas Costa made Brazil brighter

Paul Mariner and Alexis Nunes share their thoughts on Douglas Costa's performance which helped Brazil get a late win against Costa Rica.

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