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Lionel Messi Quiz

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Are you an expert on all things Messi?  Let's find out... take the Lionel Messi quiz and test your knowledge.Read Full Story

Lionel Messi Is The 'Top Scorer' So Far in Brazil

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After his double against Nigeria, Lionel Messi is at the top of the 2014 World Cup scoreboard.  The 27 year old Ballon d'Or winner has taken 13 shots and put 4 of them into the back of the net.  ABOUT LIONEL MESSI BioLionel Andrés Messi is an Argentine footballer who plays as a forward for Spanish club FC Barcelona and the Argentina national team. He serves as the captain of his country's national football team. Top AwardsBallon d'Or, FIFA World Player of the Year Messi plays forward for...Read Full Story

John Brooks' Header Gives Team USA A Big Win

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Brooks' header from a corner kick in the 86th minute gave Team USA a 2-1 VictoryRead Full Story

Is This The Best World Cup Ad Ever?

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McDonald's strikes a cord with it's FIFA World Cup 'Gol' commercialRead Full Story

World Cup Highlights and Pictures: Japan Wins

By Deena Bustillo on
The women's World Cup victory belonged to Japan today after a grueling game and an overtime goal to win it by Miyama of Japan. The team was ecstatic and the Wall Street Journal estimates this is one of the biggest underdog victories in World Cup history, men or women's.The game was tied at 1-1 going into extra time today with the US scoring first, then Japan answering. Wambach then scored again for the US -- with her head -- while Japan's Homare Sawa tied it up in the 116th minute!Japan went...Read Full Story

Spain Beats Netherlands in World Cup Final

By Deena Bustillo on
Spain got its first win in the World Cup today, as the team beat the Netherlands in a grueling scoreless game until the 116th minute, when Andres Iniesta got the game's only goal. The Spanish team has been in the finals 13 times, and finally got their win. Congrats to the guys! John Heitinga (Getty) Sergio Ramos of Spain missed a crucial header that should have resulted in a goal in the 77th minute of play, and it was definitely a disappointment for the team. Fans and players were certainly...Read Full Story

Spain Wins the World Cup Final

By Deena Bustillo on
Spain looks like it won the World Cup final today, and it was a fight to the finish with both teams remaining scoreless after over 112 minutes of play. There were some extremely close calls, but neither team was able to score until Spain's Andres Iniesta managed a goal in the 116th minute. John Heitinga (Getty) Sergio Ramos of Spain missed a crucial header that should have resulted in a goal in the 77th minute of play, and it was definitely a disappointment for the team. Fans and players...Read Full Story

Spain vs. Netherlands Tied 0-0 in Extra Time [World Cup Final]

By Deena Bustillo on
The World Cup final between Spain and the Netherlands is proving to be a fight to the finish. Both teams have scored exactly zero times and the game is in its 107 minute. Both teams have come extremely close to scoring, but neither has been able to seal the deal. John Heitinga (Getty) Sergio Ramos missed a crucial header that should have resulted in a goal in the 77th minute of play, and it was definitely a disappointment for the team that has never won a World Cup. Fans and players were...Read Full Story

World Cup Final 2010: Spain vs. Netherlands Score 0-0

By Deena Bustillo on
The World Cup final between Spain and the Netherlands is under way, and so far in the 10 minutes of play the score has remained 0-0. Neither country has ever won a World Cup, so a lot is on the line for both teams. And, FIFA bosses are hoping the big game draws big numbers at home: "We don't want to speculate in numbers but we're hoping this will be the biggest [event] ever," Niclas Ericson, FIFA's director of television, said in a press conference (via CNN). "We think it will be bigger...Read Full Story

What Time is the World Cup Final 2010?

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The World Cup final kicks off today at 11:30 PST, which is 2:30 EST. The game between the Netherlands and Spain is surely one not to be missed! Don't Miss: Spain Beats Netherlands in World Cup Final The stakes are high and FIFA bosses are hoping that today's game is the most watched sporting event in history."We don't want to speculate in numbers but we're hoping this will be the biggest [event] ever," Niclas Ericson, FIFA's director of television, said in a press conference (via CNN...Read Full Story