2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
4th in FIFA World Cup
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12dMattias Karen

West Ham sign Lucas Perez and Carlos Sanchez

West Ham were busy on transfer deadline day, signing striker Lucas Perez from Arsenal and Carlos Sanchez from Fiorentina.

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20dDermot Corrigan, Madrid correspondent

Arias: I must fight for place at Atletico 'like a war'

New Atletico Madrid right-back Santiago Arias said he knows he will have to fight to establish himself at the club after joining from PSV Eindhoven.

EXCLUSIVE: James Rodriguez is 'happy at Bayern' (2:32)
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24dESPN

James on his Bayern future: 'I'm happy here'

James Rodriguez says he's happy at Bayern Munich and has vowed the German giants want to win "everything" in the upcoming season.

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33dTom Marshall, Mexico correspondent

Osorio leaning toward leaving Mexico - sources

Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio said he will make his future clear within the next two days as he decides whether to stay or accept another offer.

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46dESPN

Almost 300,000 want Colombia-England replay

Colombian law student started petition, claiming two incidents in particular would have been overturned had VAR been properly used.

Project Russia: Deyna Castellanos takeover (3:54)
Salazar: Maradona is way off his rocker (2:43)
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47dLiam Twomey, Chelsea correspondent

Stones: Colombia the dirtiest team I have played

Colombia's aggression angered England players throughout the match, particularly when Wilmar Barrios escaped a red card for a head-butt.

LEGO World Cup: England end shootout hoodoo (1:16)
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49dSam Marsden

Mina focused on future with Barcelona

Colombia World Cup hero Yerry Mina says he has nothing to prove to Barcelona after starring in the run to the round of 16 of the World Cup.

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49dESPN

Falcao accuses American ref of England bias

Colombia striker Radamel Falcao has accused American referee Mark Geiger of bias in their World Cup round-of-16 loss to England on Tuesday.

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49dDamian Didonato

Mina 9/10 but Carlos Sanchez costs Colombia again

Yerry Mina delivered another heroic performance at centre-back, but Colombia were ultimately undone by another crucial mistake from Carlos Sanchez.

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49dSam Borden, ESPN global sports correspondent

England embrace ugly win as World Cup turns feisty

With 36 fouls, eight yellow cards and lots of surrounding of referee Mark Geiger, the England vs. Colombia tie resembled a wrestling match at times.

RankingsFIFA World Cup

Goal Difference38th
Goals Scored6Tied-9th
Assists5Tied-7th
Goals Conceded3Tied-4th