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New York Times

France vs. Peru: World Cup 2018 Live
New York Times
France, leading 1-0, is looking to advance to the next round of World Cup 2018 with a win over Peru. • Kylian Mbappe slammed in the first goal to give France the lead at the 34 minute mark. • Refresh here for live World Cup updates and analysis from ...
World Cup 2018: France v Peru – live!The Guardian
2018 FIFA World Cup- France 1 Peru 0- Live Updates! Live Streaming Information, Predicted Teams, World Cup ...beIN SPORTS MENA Breaking News

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New York Times

Denmark on Pace to Advance in World Cup After Draw With Australia
New York Times
Denmark and Australia played a 1-1 draw in Samara on Thursday that kept Denmark on course to qualify and left Australia far short of that. 2018-06-21T12:00:00.000Z World Cup 2018: Denmark vs. Australia ...
Australia vs. Denmark final score, recap: Chrisitan Eriksen opener spoiled by another VAR World Cup penalty kickCBSSports.com
Denmark 1-1 Australia: World Cup 2018 – as it happenedThe Guardian
2018 FIFA World Cup- Denmark 1 Vs Australia 1-Match Report! Live Streaming Information, Predicted Teams, World ...beIN SPORTS MENA Breaking News
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New York Times

Chinese Fans Paid Dearly for World Cup Tickets That Never Materialized
New York Times
In March, when Mr. Xue, 30, tried to purchase a ticket to Argentina's World Cup match last week against Iceland, he found that official ticket agents were all sold out. Desperate to see the match, he bought a ticket through a Beijing agency, which he ...

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USA TODAY

Burger King apologizes for offensive Russian World Cup pregnancy ad
USA TODAY
MOSCOW — Burger King has apologized for an extraordinarily insensitive advertisement that promised Russian women a lifetime supply of free meals and a cash “prize” if they were to become pregnant with a child fathered by a World Cup soccer player.
Burger King pulls Russia World Cup ad promoting sex with playersCBS News

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BBC News

World Cup 2018: Women finally allowed in Iranian football stadium
BBC News
The last time women were able to attend a football match in Iran was in 1979, but on Wednesday female fans entered the Azadi stadium in Tehran to watch their team play Spain in the 2018 World Cup. Following the match the Azadi stadium said "there will ...
Iranian women attend first World Cup screening in nearly 40 yearsNBCNews.com

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USA TODAY

Why Mexico is the World Cup's biggest loser despite sterling start in Russia
USA TODAY
New Zealand didn't lose a single game at the 2010 World Cup, but it didn't get anywhere either. Three ties were good enough for only third place in its group and an early exit. Mexico, meanwhile, lost twice in that tournament, to Uruguay in group play ...

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The Guardian

England team hints, day eight buildup: World Cup 2018 – as it ...
The Guardian
England assistant coach Steve Holland appeared to give away Sunday's match tactics – with his notes suggesting Raheem Sterling is set to be dropped.
England training latest & World Cup comedy momentsBBC Sport

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ESPN

FIFA rubbishes claim US referee asked for shirt
ESPN
VOLGOGRAD, Russia -- Both FIFA and sources close to World Cup referee Mark Geiger have denied accusations from Morocco's Nordin Amrabat that the American official asked for a Portugal player's shirt during the game he worked on Wednesday.
World Cup Referee Swears He Didn't Ask Ronaldo For His ShirtDeadspin
One Magic Ronaldo Moment Is All Portugal Needs vs. MoroccoNew York Times
At Portugal vs. Morocco, the World Cup has two faces: Cristiano Ronaldo and Sepp BlatterWashington Post
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World Cup 2018 in charts: every game, every goal
The Guardian
The hosts started at a gallop with a spate of goals in their first two games, but Egypt have looked rather unconvincing so far. Group B. Cristiano Ronaldo's dramatic equaliser for Portugal capped the best match of the opening round, while Iran were ...



The Guardian

'This is how Russia could look': World Cup fans surprised by relaxed policing
The Guardian
“The World Cup is a plus for this country, and many have seen how the country could look: free, open,” said Yevgeny Roizman, a former maverick mayor from the city of Ekaterinburg who was forced out earlier this year. “But when the World Cup ends, the ...

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