Sunday, June 17
Timbers 2 1 Colorado Springs 4.
(Hanson 18; Burt 51, 56, Maybin 71, Ajeakwa 79. Att.: 1,798.)
Fresno FC 4 Swope Park Rangers 1.
(Chaney 4, Barrera 23, Johnson 32, Bustamante 82; Harris 86. Att.: 3,370.)
Brazil disappointed in its opening game against Switzerland except for Coutinho's wonderful bending shot into the net from 23 yards. Read the whole story
Every World Cup game has deciding moments that could have gone one way or another. Now, they are debated through the VAR lens. Read the whole story
Sunday, June 17
Serbia 1 Costa Rica 0.
(Kolarov 56. Att.: 41,432.)
Brazil 1 Switzerland 1.
(Coutinho 20; Zuber 50. Att.: 43,119.)
Mexico 1 Germany 0.
(Lozano 35. Att.: 78,011.)
Monday, June 18
Sweden vs. South Korea, in Nizhny Novgorod (8 am ET, FS1, Telemundo)
Belgium vs. Panama, in Sochi (11 am ET, FS1, Telemundo)
Tunisia vs. England, in Volgograd (2 pm ET, FS1, Telemundo)
El Tri pulled the first major upset of the World Cup when it beat the defending champion, 1-0, before 78,011 fans in Moscow. Read the whole story
"The #sismo detected in Mexico City originated artificially. Possibly by massive jumps when #Mexico scored at the World Cup. At least two sensors inside the city detected it at 11:32."
-- SIMMSA, a "seismic monitoring network" operated by Mexico's Institute of Geological and Atmospheric Research, reporting about the earthquake detected in Mexico City when Hirving Lozano scored for Mexico in its 1-0 win over Germany at the 2018 World Cup. (@SIMMSAmex)
1950: *Italy 2-3 Sweden
1982: Argentina 0-1 Belgium
1990: Argentina 0-1 Cameroon
2002: *France 0-1 Senegal
2014: *Spain 1-5 Netherlands
2018: Germany 0-1 Mexico
*Failed to reach second round.