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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Monday, June 16, 2014
Lionel Messi said that Argentina can play better after the South American giant beat Bosnia-Herzegovina, 2-1, in its World Cup opener on Sunday. The Barcelona striker scored a stunning winning goal in the 65th minute of an otherwise underwhelming performance from one of the tournament favorites. In an interview with ... Read the whole story
Bosnia-Herzegovina coach Safet Susic said his team paid the price for stage fright in its opening World Cup game against Argentina, which the favorite won, 2-1, thanks to a moment of brilliance from star player Lionel Messi. The Bosnians rarely looked second-best against the Albiceleste, but were ultimately made to ... Read the whole story
The British press surprisingly lenient in its assessment of England's 2-1 loss to Italy in its World Cup opener over the weekend, but struggling forward Wayne Rooney once again found himself on the wrong side of a few pundits' critiques. While the Manchester United forward failed to hit the target ... Read the whole story
On the eve of Iran's World Cup opener against Nigeria, coach Carlos Queiroz tried to ease the pressure on his players by insisting that the international sanctions on the Middle Eastern country have made his team the clear underdog in Group F, which also contains favorite Argentina and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Read the whole story
In an interview with Spanish sports daily Marca, Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho confirmed that Belgium international goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois would return to Stamford Bridge for pre-season following his two-year loan spell at Atletico Madrid. The Portuguese also spoke of his eagerness to complete the signing of Diego Costa, while affirming ... Read the whole story
Cesc Fabregas claims that he did not re-join Arsenal from Barcelona because coach Arsene Wenger had no place for the former Gunners captain and star midfielder. Instead, the Catalan signed for Chelsea for close to $46 million. In an interview with the Guardian, the 27-year-old explained that when he spoke ... Read the whole story
In an interview with the Daily Star, David Luiz explains some of the reasons why he left Chelsea for Paris Saint-Germain, a move that was sealed over the weekend for a whopping $85 million-the highest fee ever for a defender. Luiz, currently on international duty with Brazil at the World ... Read the whole story


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