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Follow live: Belgium pouring it on against Tunisia

Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku have scored all of Belgium's four goals in its match against Tunisia.

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Lukaku first to achieve World Cup goal feat since Maradona

Belgium's Romelu Lukaku became the first player since Diego Maradona to score multiple goals in consecutive World Cup matches in 32 years.

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2018 draft

How this draft sets up future trades and free agency

Trades and free agency are around the corner. Kevin Pelton looks at the ways an eventful draft night will lead to more moves.

These six picks won the NBA draft’s first round

Which teams made the best moves in the first round of the draft?

The many contradictions of Mexico's Carlos Vela

Whatever people think of Carlos Vela's past, the 29-year-old can still be a game-changer in Russia and he remains El Tri's most talented forward.

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Marquez to Mexico fans: Let us rest

Mexico's Rafa Marquez thanks El Tri fans for their support outside the team's hotel in Rostov-on-Don ahead of their clash with South Korea.

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Can Mexico assume the role of protagonist vs. South Korea?

ESPN FC's Sebi Salazar and Herc Gomez discuss the magnitude of South Korea-Mexico for Juan Carlos Osorio and who the difference maker could be for El Tri.

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Chicharito has football running through his blood

Chicharito reflects on difficult points in his career and relives the moment he matched his grandfather's World Cup feat 56 years later.

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Marshall: Mexico must remain level-headed against South Korea

ESPN's Tom Marshall discusses why Mexico must refocus after their Germany win to beat South Korea.

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Would point deductions curb Mexican fans' chants?

The Sportscenter Mexico crew discuss El Tri's latest fine for "discriminatory and insulting chants" against Germany and how to stop them.

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Gomez: Mexico's Layun key against South Korea

ESPN FC's Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez believe Miguel Layun's versatility can be pivotal to helping Mexico overcome South Korea.

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Osorio: Mexico must be the protagonists

ESPN's John Sutcliffe speaks to Juan Carlos Osorio who hopes Mexico can be the protagonists against South Korea.

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All Access: Mexico's World Cup training session

ESPN FC's Herc Gomez takes you behind-the-scenes of what it's like to cover Mexico at the World Cup.

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Fabian to start vs. South Korea, Lozano bound for Barca?

ESPN FC's Seb Salazar and Herc Gomez address Hirving Lozano to Barcelona rumours and delve into Juan Carlos Osorio's potential starting XI versus South Korea.

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College World Series

OSU-MSU Game 2: 8 p.m. ET, ESPN

Eric Cole makes terrific catch in ninth as Arkansas eliminates Florida

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Taylor's triple helps power Oregon State to 12-2 win

Zak Taylor finds the gap in right-center field to score two runs for Oregon State.

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Around the league

J.D. Martinez proving to be worth every penny

Teams balked at paying Martinez big money this offseason, but the Red Sox slugger is now leading the league in RBIs and tied for the lead in home runs.

Eight under-the-radar relievers who deserve All-Star consideration

Archie Bradley and Jeremy Jeffress probably won't be playing in D.C. on July 17, but they should have a place in the All-Star conversation.

Martinez's single gives Red Sox lead

J.D. Martinez singles with the bases loaded to drive in two runs to give Boston the lead.

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Aguilar's second homer walks it off for Milwaukee

Jesus Aguilar provides all of the offense for the Brewers as his second dinger is a walk-off homer in a 2-1 win against the Cardinals.

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Giancarlo Stanton shows off the glove

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Marte robs Goldschmidt with great diving catch

Starling Marte charges quickly on a sinking fly ball and is able to dive and make a difficult play.

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NHL Draft

2018 NHL draft: Every first-round pick

Find details on every pick in the first round of the 2018 NHL draft here.

Best players still available in the NHL draft

There are six more rounds left in the draft. Who are the best players still on the board for Day 2?

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