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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari on Monday said that Neymar is as important to Brazil as Lionel Messi is to Argentina after he scored twice as Brazil won Group A with a 4-1 win against Cameroon. The Barcelona forward gave Brazil the lead after 17 minutes when he guided home ... Read the whole story
With his two goals against Cameroon on Monday, Brazil star Neymar took his goal tally with La Selecao to 35, overtaking former Brazil legends Ronaldinho (33) and Rivaldo (34). Though only 22 years old, the Barcelona forward has a ways to go before overtaking Romario, Bebeto (both 55), Ronaldo (62), ... Read the whole story
Mexico coach Miguel Herrera sang the praises of captain Rafael Marquez, whom he recalled to the squad after being appointed Mexico boss last October, after the former New York Red Bulls defender headed Mexico into the lead against Croatia during its final Group A game, which it won, 3-1. Read the whole story
Jozy Altidore will miss the USA's final Group G game against Germany on Thursday because of the strained left hamstring the striker sustained during the USA's 2-1 win against Ghana last Monday, ESPN reports. Altidore also missed the USA's 2-2 draw with Portugal on Sunday because of the injury. According ... Read the whole story
Yaya Toure has once again put himself at odds with his club, Manchester City, after claiming that the club did not grant him leave during City's Premier League title celebration tour to visit his sick brother, Ibrahim Toure, who died of cancer last week. Read the whole story
Atletico Madrid President Enrique Cerezo on Monday noted that the Diego Costa-to-Chelsea deal is still not completed, despite being mentioned as a near certainty for several weeks now. Both Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho and Costa himself have conceded that the transfer would happen sooner rather than later, but Cerezo insisted ... Read the whole story
Metro is reporting that Manchester United is set to announce the 28.7 million pound ($48.7 million) signing of Ander Herrera as early as Tuesday evening. The site reports that if United does not move before July 1, the Athletic Bilbao midfielder's release clause rises to 33.5 million pounds ($57 million). ... Read the whole story

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