• Lewis Hamilton Not a Fan of 'Confusing' Paul Ricard Circuit
Lewis Hamilton Not a Fan of 'Confusing' Paul Ricard Circuit

Defending champion Hamilton, who also topped both practice sessions on Friday, and teammate Bottas benefited from an engine upgrade that Mercedes had failed to roll out in the last round when Hamilton lost the lead to Vettel. " I'm really happy with the pole, but I always strive for perfection and there was some time left on the track ", he said....

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  • Germany vs. South Korea live stream info, channel
Germany vs. South Korea live stream info, channel

Toni Kroos said his last-gasp victor to seal a dramatic 2-1 win for Germany over Sweden that kept the holders' World Cup dreams alive made amends for his earlier mistake. Son has the speed to cause them more problems. Germany are priced at a rather prohibitive [1.2] for the win, but you can boost that price to [1.88] if you back them -2.0 ...

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  • Germany expects turnaround in World Cup 'final' with Sweden
Germany expects turnaround in World Cup 'final' with Sweden

A defeat at the hands of Mexico in the first match of its trophy defense means it can not afford another slip-up in Group F Saturday. "We missed a couple of good chances but I appreciated the spirit of the team, we never lost hope of winning the match".

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  • Autopsy reveals Hilinski had CTE
Autopsy reveals Hilinski had CTE

The type of extensive brain damage commonly known as CTE has been found in more than 100 former professional football players and can only be determined through an autopsy. Kym also told Hoda Kotb on Today there was no indication that Tyler was in such a negative state:"There weren't really any verbal signs from Tyler to us or to anybody at ...

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  • Lukaku: 'It's now or never for Belgium's golden generation'
Lukaku: 'It's now or never for Belgium's golden generation'

Other players to score at least two goals in back-to-back World Cup matches include Brazil legends Garrincha and Pele, 1986 Golden Boot victor Gary Lineker, Argentina's Mario Kempes, West Germany forward Gerd Muller and Portugal great Eusebio.

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  • Iceland eliminated despite spirited display in loss to Croatia in Rostov
Iceland eliminated despite spirited display in loss to Croatia in Rostov

Needing only one more goal to progress after Argentina regained the lead against Nigeria, Iceland pressed for a victor but were caught out in injury time when Perisic brought the ball down on the left of the area and fired beyond Hannes Halldorsson to give them a flawless record in Group D.

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  • Diego Maradona Flicks Off The World After Argentina’s Game-Winning Goal
Diego Maradona Flicks Off The World After Argentina’s Game-Winning Goal

Their point earned against Denmark could've helped them if they had beaten Peru , and recorded better goal difference than the Danes. A thrilling finish to France's group campaign didn't materialise in their last game against Denmark which ended goalless.

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  • Uruguay hammers Russia 3-0 to top Group A
Uruguay hammers Russia 3-0 to top Group A

But the Russian Federation keeper was beaten with 10 minutes gone after midfielder Rodrigo Betancur was tripped on the edge of the penalty area after Suarez had broken free down the left and crossed. The 2018 World Cup reaches an interesting stage with the final round of the group matches set to begin today. Mohamed Salah gave Egypt the lead in...

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  • James Harden finally wins first MVP
James Harden finally wins first MVP

I'll see y'all next year". Former NBA player Dikembe Mutombo received the Sager Strong Award, named for the late Turner Sports broadcaster. They were great together, but they're spectacular apart. Meanwhile Coach of the Year honors went to Dwane Casey , who was sacked by the Toronto Raptors after they were swept by Cleveland in the second ro...

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  • Argentina have last shot at World Cup salvation
Argentina have last shot at World Cup salvation

Click play to watch the Argentina players looking relaxed ahead of their third and final group game . West Ham United's Pablo Zabaleta has denied that Lionel Messi fails to perform at the same level for Argentina as he does for Barcelona .

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  • Ronaldo deserved red for elbow, says Iran coach Queiroz
Ronaldo deserved red for elbow, says Iran coach Queiroz

After a huge amount of hard work and dedication, Beiranvand would become a professional footballer and realise his dream of playing at a World Cup . Despite earning all the plaudits Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal could be sent packing from Russian Federation 2018 tonight, KickOff.com takes a look at the group stage permutations going into th...

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  • WC 2018: Nigerians celebrate after 2-0 win against Iceland
WC 2018: Nigerians celebrate after 2-0 win against Iceland

Nigeria must now avoid defeat in the final game against Argentina next Tuesday. Iceland has just a quarter of the population of Buenos Aires, but they didn't let that phase them as they crowded Argentina out of the game. His presence helped to shore up the defense against Iceland's two-man forward line. For a side that failed to penetrate ...

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  • Something different: NASCAR drivers embrace Sonoma challenge | AP sports
Something different: NASCAR drivers embrace Sonoma challenge | AP sports

Chase Elliott qualified third, and Jamie McMurray - another Chip Ganassi Racing driver - was fourth. But he still hasn't won at Sonoma, finishing no better than 12th in his first four races and winding up 26th past year in a contact-filled race, a common occurrence at this venue.

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  • Zabaleta: Messi doesn’t lose Barca magic with Argentina
Zabaleta: Messi doesn’t lose Barca magic with Argentina

No team can overcome that level of disunity and win against an ebullient young side like Nigeria . There has also been speculation of unrest in the Argentina camp, although in a recent press conference, manager Jorge Sampaoli suggested there has been no attempt from the team to overthrow his leadership.

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  • Australia out of World Cup as Carrillo and Guerrero strike for Peru
Australia out of World Cup as Carrillo and Guerrero strike for Peru

France and Denmark drew 0-0 in Moscow. Long hampered by a lack of firepower, the Socceroos' two goals in Russian Federation have both come from Mile Jedinak penalties but relying again on the cool head of their captain from the spot may be perilous for their hopes of advancing.

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  • 76ers' Simmons win Rookie of the Year honours
76ers' Simmons win Rookie of the Year honours

The award has previously been won by the likes of Kyrie Irving , Damian Lillard , Blake Griffin , Kevin Durant , LeBron James , Chris Paul , Vince Carter , Allen Iverson , Shaquille O'Neal, Larry Bird , David Robinson , Patrick Ewing , and Michael Jordan .

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  • Uruguay decimate 10-man Russia 3-0 to top Group A
Uruguay decimate 10-man Russia 3-0 to top Group A

Luis Suárez gave Uruguay the lead after 10 minutes with a superb free-kick just outside the penalty area, taking advantage of a gap created by Sergei Ignashevich tussling with Edinson Cavani . Muslera nearly ruined a third successive clean sheet when his sloppy pass enabled Russian Federation to counter, though Dzyuba sent his close-range effo...

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  • Cristiano Ronaldo Reacts to Iranian Fans outside Portugal's Hotel
Cristiano Ronaldo Reacts to Iranian Fans outside Portugal's Hotel

They looked half-asleep in this match as Spain's defence struggled against already-eliminated opponents. While Ronaldo was the beneficiary of a penalty awarded against Iran , the Real Madrid superstar arguably should have been sent off for clashing with Morteza Pouraliganji.

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  • Simultaneous VAR reviews in WC group finales
Simultaneous VAR reviews in WC group finales

Unfortunately for the Iranians, in the other match, VAR was used to overturn an incorrect offside call that disallowed an Iago Aspas goal for Spain in stoppage time. Wolves ace Romain Saiss was involved in a dramatic World Cup match for Morocco against Spain last night. This World Cup is heating up as it nears its business end! I...

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  • Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo: 'Argentina match will be a war'
Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo: 'Argentina match will be a war'

After picking up just one point from their opening two group matches, La Albiceleste must win to have any chance of reaching the knockout stage. "It's going to be a war and a final of finals because they need to win", he told BBC Sport .

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  • Deschamps says France won't offer Denmark any favours
Deschamps says France won't offer Denmark any favours

Denmark will also advance if Australia fail to beat Peru in Sochi. Follow all the action with Sportsmail's TOM FARMERY ahead of kick-off at 3pm (BST). It is a very crucial match for Denmark as the result will decide the team's future in the FIFA World Cup 2018 tournament. Denmark played some tremendous football, beating Nigeria 4-1 in the last ...

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  • Portugal player ratings versus Iran
Portugal player ratings versus Iran

Portugal meanwhile seemed comfortable thanks to a golazo from Ricardo Quaresma but Iran's late penalty meant that the match had a tense final few minutes. And with Argentina facing a tough task to avoid elimination, Starsport has looked at what lies ahead for the final matches for the group stage beginning tomorrow.

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  • Spain, Portugal through to Round of 16 but both look shaky
Spain, Portugal through to Round of 16 but both look shaky

Spain limped to a 2-2 draw against Morocco , and Cristiano Ronaldo missed a penalty as Portugal saw out a 1-1 draw against a spirited Iran . Germany's sensational last-minute victor against Sweden has made this one of the most complex group situations - Mexico and South Korea could join either of those teams in the last 16.

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  • US Open will consider Serena pregnancy in seedings
US Open will consider Serena pregnancy in seedings

Winning Wimbledon for the eighth time in her 18th visit - coinciding with the event's 150th anniversary - would be another memorable moment for Serena on the Centre Court she regards as a second home. But weighing in on the debate whether Williams should be seeded at the upcoming Wimbledon Championships, McEnroe didn't shy away from speaking ...

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  • Fans, pundits react to Group B VAR chaos
Fans, pundits react to Group B VAR chaos

With his first goal against Spain , Ronaldo became only the fourth player in World Cup history to score in four different editions of the tournament, joining Germany legends Uwe Seeler and Miroslav Klose, as well as Brazil's Pele. In doing so, he swung a right arm at the defender, who was struck in the mouth. "They controlled the game and th...

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