Senegal coach Aliou Cisse has been taken aback by the attention he has drawn at the World Cup, but insists he's no "sex symbol."
Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio urged action against repetitive fouling after his team was on the receiving end of 24 fouls in their 2-1 win over So
Video assistant referees have hit the headlines in Russia. We chronicle every major decision that the VAR has had to consider, and how well it did.
There have already been more penalties awarded in the first 28 games of the 2018 World Cup in Russia than in the entire tournament in Brazil.
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Mexico striker Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez was delighted after netting his 50th international goal on Saturday in the 2-1 victory over South Korea
Four years ago, James Rodriguez was the World Cup's breakout star. This time around, his Colombia faces a potential early flight home from Russia.
Germany coach Joachim Loew has dropped Mesut Ozil and Sami Khedira from the side that desperately need a victory over Sweden in the World Cup.
Mexico fans didn't use their usual anti-gay goalkeeper chant towards South Korea's Jo Hyeon-woo in Saturday's 2-1 victory.
Romelu Lukaku is optimistic that he will be able to play against England on Thursday in Kaliningrad despite injuring his ankle against Tunisia.
Four years on from passing on the chance to play for Mexico in the World Cup, Carlos Vela is back and at the heart of El Tri's electric attack.
Carlos Vela and Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez scored as Mexico beat South Korea 2-1 to win their second straight game to begin the World Cup.
The second round of games in the World Cup group stage is now underway. Find out what each nation has to do to qualify for the knockout stage.
Belgium coach Roberto Martinez will field a much-changed side against England in their final World Cup Group G clash.
Gareth Southgate played down the significance of the England team being leaked, and added he doesn't expect journalists to support the national team
Tunisia coach Nabil Maaloul apologised to his team's fans after their 5-2 defeat to Belgium on Saturday and said Arab teams have a long way to go.