June 17, 2014
The teams were evenly matched throughout the 90 minutes with both teams struggling to create chances in their opening game of the tournament
June 16, 2014
The forward was ruthless in front of goal as Paulo Bento's side capitulated following the dismissal of Pepe in the first half
In a World Cup that already has seen multiple rematches between nations that recently have dealt one another a blow, Ghana and the USA become another in the line this summer.
Iran and Nigeria round out the play for Group F after Argentina and Bosnia played to a snooze of a 2-1 victory for the Argentinians last night.
Germany and Portugal open the action in the Group of Death at this afternoon.
After cutting a disinterested figure in the first half, the Barcelona star came to life and scored a brilliant solo effort as his side began their World Cup campaign with a win
June 15, 2014
The Real Madrid striker scored twice and forced an own goal from the goalkeeper as Didier Deschamps' men breezed past the 10 men of the Central Americans
Barcelona midfielder Xavi has agreed a three-year deal worth €24.9 million with Qatari side El Arabi.
The South Americans took the lead in the first half but an Admir Mehmedi header levelled the score before Haris Seferovic secured the win deep into injury time
The final match of the day will see Argentina and Bosnia-Herzegovina faceoff in the Bosnian's first ever World Cup appearance.
France already have lost Franck Ribery this summer, but their side look to have enough depth to recover from the loss of the Bayern Munich star.
Switzerland are a sleeper of a side this summer as they are much better than people may realize as they do not have a large amount of known players.
Michael Jordan has been named sports world's first billionaire by Forbes magazine.
The AC Milan man had put Alberto Zaccheroni's men into the lead but two nodded goals in the second half sealed a comeback, inspired by Didier Drogba's substitute arrival
Claudio Marchisio and Mario Balotelli sandwiched a Daniel Sturridge strike to give Cesare Prandelli's men all three points from their opener against Roy Hodgson's charges