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Duarte: Brazil have to face reality

Brazil Jul 12, 2014
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Torre: Watching Messi

World Cup Jul 5, 2014
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Delaney: France run out of steam

France Jul 4, 2014
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 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
Jul 13, 2014

Teamwork pays off for Germany

The ESPN FC guys react to Germany's 1-0 victory over Argentina in the World Cup Final.

RIO DE JANEIRO -- Mario Gotze is not a professional actor, which might explain why his range of expressions is somewhat limited. There's a grin, a broad smile, pain and, presumably, anger too. And then there's the blank, trance-like mask he showed after scoring the goal that made him and 22 other Ge...

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
Jul 13, 2014

Mario Gotze seals Germany's triumph

2014 FIFA World Cup: Germany 1-0 Argentina

RIO DE JANEIRO -- Three points on the World Cup final that saw Mario Gotze's goal secure a 1-0 win for Germany over Argentina.

1. Gotze's golden goal

Enthralling, absorbing, end-to-end and looking like it would end goalless, a pulsating first half gave way to over an hour where human failings kept t...

Jeff Carls Posted by Jeff Carlisle
Jul 13, 2014

Grades: Germany vs. Argentina

2014 FIFA World Cup: Germany 1-0 Argentina

RIO DE JANEIRO -- Germany claimed its fourth World Cup title, defeating Argentina 1-0 in extra time thanks to Mario Gotze's goal in the 113th minute.

Germany's victory marks the first time that a European country has won a World Cup that was played in the Americas.

As the score line would suggest, i...

 Posted by Fernando Duarte
Jul 12, 2014

Brazil have to face their current reality

ESPN's Roberto Martinez predicts what the future holds for the five-time world champions.

The last time Brazil finished in fourth place, in 1974, the 1-0 loss appeared to be even more deflating than Saturday's 3-0 thrashing from the Netherlands -- especially since the team won in 1970. However, that team had the excuse of playing in West Germany.

The Seleção now once again ends...

John Brewin profile picture Posted by John Brewin
Jul 12, 2014

Three Points: Netherlands compound Brazil misery

2014 FIFA World Cup: Brazil 0-3 Netherlands

Three points on the third-place playoff that saw Netherlands beat host nation Brazil 3-0 with ease.

1. Brazil's misery compounded

The punishment did not end with Germany. Luiz Felipe Scolari, powerless, had his head in his hands as time ebbed away on a campaign that will be recalled as a tear-soaked...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
Jul 9, 2014

Romero's redemption saves Argentina

Argentina's semifinal hero Sergio Romero thanks his manager Alejandro Sabella, and the opposition manager Louis van Gaal who helped him settle in Holland as a youngster.

SAO PAULO -- Two-hundred and twenty-seven minutes of league football. Plus half a dozen cup games. That's how much Sergio Romero played last season for Monaco.

And now he's the hero of a semifinal penalty shootout that leaves Argentina 90 minutes and 11 Germans (possibly up to 14) away from winning ...