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World Cup Today: Thursday
by Paul Kennedy, June 19th, 2014 1:12PM
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[BRAZIL 2014]Four weeks after undergoing meniscus surgery on his knee,Luis Suarez made his return to the Uruguay national team in dramatic fashion, scoring two goals to lead the Celeste past England, 2-1.In Thursday's early game, Colombia held off Ivory Coast, 2-1, with all three goals coming in a wild second half. The Cafeteros became the third team to move into the round of 16 when Japan and Greece played to a 0-0 tie.

Moving On
Colombia
Chile
Netherlands

Going Home
Cameroon
Australia
Spain

England-Uruguay

Group D
June 19 in Sao Paulo
Uruguay 2 England 1.Goals: Suarez 39, 85; Rooney 75.

Four weeks after undergoing meniscus surgery on his knee,Luis Suarez made his return to the Uruguay national team in dramatic fashion, scoring two goals to lead the Celeste past England, 2-1.

Wayne Rooney
ended his World Cup drought with his first goal in 10 games and England was knocking on the door in search of the go-ahead when Suarez struck the winner after a goal kick deflected off the head of his Liverpool teammate Steven Gerrard, keeping him offside.

The loss left England's World Cup record in South America at two wins, six losses and one tie. Despite the second defeat, England remained alive. It will need to beat Costa Rica in Tuesday and have Italy beat the Ticos Friday and Uruguay Tuesday.

GOALS:66 goals. 23 games. Average: 2.87.

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-T-L GF/GA
3 Costa Rica 1-0-0 3/1
3 Italy 1-0-0 2/1
3 Uruguay 1-0-1 3/4
0 England 0-0-2 2/4



Colombia-Ivory Coast

Goals by Monaco's James Rodriguez and Porto'sJuan Quintero broke open a scoreless game and gave Colombia a 2-1 win over Ivory Coast in their Group C match in Brasilia. Roma's Gervinhoscored a golazo to cut the Cafeteros' lead in an exciting final half hour. The Cafeteros became the third team to move into the round of 16 when Japan and 10-man Greece played to a 0-0 tie.

Group C
June 19 in Brasilia
Colombia 2 Ivory Coast 1.Goal: Rodriguez 64, Quintero 70; Gervinho 73.

June 19 in Natal.
Japan 0 Greece 0.

Standings:
PTS TEAM W-T-L GF/GA
6 Colombia 2-0-0 5/1
3 Ivory Coast 1-0-1 3/3
1 Japan 0-1-1 1/2
1 Greece 0-1-1 0/3

Schedule:
June 24 in Cuiaba
Group C:Japan vs. Colombia
ESPN, Univision/UDN 4 p.m. ET
June 24 in Fortaleza
Group C:Greece vs. Ivory Coast
ESPN2, UniMas/Galavision 4 p.m. ET

Scenarios:
-- Colombia advances.
-- Ivory Coast advances with a win. It advances with a tie if Japan loses or ties against Colombia or doesn't beat Colombia by more than one goal (depending on total goals scored).
-- Japan advances if it beats Colombia and Ivory Coast and Greece tie or Greece beats Ivory Coast by a margin of no more than one goal more than it beats Colombia.
-- Greece advances if beats Ivory Coast and Japan loses or ties Colombia or beats Colombia by a margin of more than two goals more than it beats Colombia.




Friday ...

June 20 in Recife
Group D:Italy vs. Costa Rica
ESPN, Univision/UDN noon ET
June 20 in Salvador
Group E:Switzerland vs. France
ESPN, Univision/UDN 3 p.m. ET
June 20 in Curitiba
Group E:Honduras vs. Ecuador
ESPN, Univision/UDN 6 p.m. ET

WORLD CUP: Complete 2014 Viewing Schedule

Standings ...

Group AStandings:
TEAMS W-T-L GF/GA
4 Brazil 1-1-0 3/1
4 Mexico 1-1-0 1/0
3 Croatia 1-0-1 5/3
0 Cameroon 0-0-2 0/5

Group A Scenarios:
-- Brazil advances with a win or tie against Cameroon. It also advances if Croatia loses to Mexico. It might advance if it loses and Mexico loses to Croatia.
-- Mexico advances with a win or tie against Croatia. It might advance if it loses and Brazil loses to Cameroon.
-- Croatia advances with a win against Mexico. It also advances if it ties Mexico and Brazil loses to Cameroon.
-- Cameroon is eliminated.

Group B Standings:
PTS TEAM W-T-L GF/GA
6 Netherlands 2-0-0 8/3
6 Chile 2-0-0 5/1
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0 Australia 0-0-2 3/6
0 Spain 0-0-2 1/7

Group B Scenarios:
-- Netherlands and Chile advance.
-- Netherlands wins group with win or tie against Chile. It finishes second if it loses.
-- Chile wins group with win against Netherlands. It finishes second if it ties or loses.
-- Australia are eliminated.

Group E:
PTS GAME W-T-L GF/GA
3 France 1-0-0 3/0
3 Switzerland 1-0-0 2/1
0 Honduras 0-0-0 0/3
0 Ecuador 0-0-1 1/2

Group F:
PTS GAME W-T-L GF/GA
3 Argentina 1-0-0 2/1
1 Iran 0-1-0 0/0
1 Nigeria 0-1-0 0/0
0 Bosnia-Herze. 0-0-1 1/2

Group G:
PTS TEAM W-L-T GF/GA
3 Germany 1-0-0 4/0
3 USA 1-0-0 2/1
0 Ghana 0-0-1 1/2
0 Portugal 0-0-1 0/4

Group H:
TEAMS W-T-L GF/GA
3 Belgium 1-0-0 2/1
1 Russia 0-1-0 1/1
1 South Korea 0-1-0 1/1
0 Algeria 0-0-0 1/2

Leading Scorers:
G PLAYER, TEAM
3 Thomas Mueller
, Germany
3 Arjen Robben, Netherlands
3 Robin van Persie, Netherlands
2 Karim Benzema, France
2 Tim Cahill, Australia
2 Gervinho, Ivory Coast
2 Mario Mandzukic, Croatia
2 Neymar
, Brazil
2 James Rodriguez, Colombia
2 Luis Suarez, Uruguay<


1 comment
  1. Kent Pothast
    commented on: June 19, 2014 at 6:36 p.m.
    If the scoring charge that was made by the #10 of Ivory Coast had been made by any team between the South Pole and the Rio Grand River, He would have gone down looking fora Penalty. He had three good opportunities. But he didn't. Bless him.

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