Kolkata’s football fraternity reacted with stunned disbelief.
Brazil are a nation in crisis after a defeat matching their worst ever, 94 years ago.
59 tickets seized last week had the name of Reliance Industries on them.
Half an hour before kick-off, the fan zone is brimming. Brimming in a funeral-like silence.
Coach Deschamps embodies Michel Platini’s dictum that football is all about control.
Messi has carried his team so far but the table-topping Albiceleste will hope for an all-round show against Nigeria.
Mexico finished level on seven points with Brazil thanks to their 3-1 victory over Croatia.
Within minutes of the match ending #Suarez was the top trending hashtag on Twitter.
Mexico needed more than an hour to break deadlock before the floodgates finally burst.
Neymar, with two brilliant goals, was again the star of the show at an electric national stadium.
They don’t seem very interested, not even when captain Clint Dempsey puts USA ahead in the 81st minute.
Paradise. It’s about 10 metres long and five metres wide, about the size of your living room.
Suarez scored both goals in the 2-0 defeat of England having missed Uruguay’s opening defeat to Costa Rica.
Italy must avoid defeat against Uruguay while only a win will see the South Americans advance.
Blame it on Rio, but teams in World Cup 2014 have shown more of a commitment to attack