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Five breakout players at the World Cup

Every World Cup throws up a collection of fresh-faced talents who force themselves into the spotlight, and this year has been no different. The thrilling group stage in Brazil served up a host of memorable moments that will live long in the memory, while some young players have seized the opportunity to make themselves known. Here are five who have impressed enough so far to suggest they have a big future in the game.

Juan Cuadrado (Colombia) Age: 26 Current club: Fiorentina

Fiorentina fans will...

Suarez's ban - why and what now?

Uruguay had two paths they could take heading into Luis Suarez's disciplinary committee meeting. They could effectively throw themselves on the mercy of the court. This meant acknowledging the bite, apologizing for the incident -- to Giorgio Chiellini and in public -- while also (perhaps) mitigating the extent of it.

Or they could have taken on a defense that basically amounted to: "You can't prove anything. And, besides, Chiellini isn't a good guy."

In some ways, the former option was precluded...

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Three Points: Portugal defeat Ghana

BRASILIA, Brazil -- Three thoughts on Portugal's 2-1 win over Ghana on Thursday; both nations exited the World Cup after the group stage.

1. Ronaldo, all-American hero

While a nation of soccer fans celebrated, the scorer's face was almost blank. Cristiano Ronaldo's goal secured American progress but little for himself. All Portugal had achieved was to deny Ghana.

Keeper Fatawu Dauda's poor handling allowed Ronaldo to score, but Dauda was soon denying a Ronaldo shot that, if it had gone in, would...

U.S. grades: Yanks advance!

RECIFE, Brazil -- The sky was crying at the Arena Pernambuco, but it wasn't enough to dampen the spirits of the U.S. national team, which secured passage to the second round despite a 1-0 loss to Germany.

Thomas Muller's second-half goal proved to be the difference, and while the result was disappointing on the day, the U.S. remains alive in the tournament. The Americans finished second in Group G with four points, edging Portugal on goal difference.

That said, Germany was good value for its victory,...

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No sympathy for Suarez

For a split second it was possible to sympathise. Luis Suarez's demeanour as Uruguay celebrated victory over Italy suggested a man who knew that he had let himself down once more. Pitiful postmatch protestations aside, his World Cup was over, and so was the war for hearts and minds. Uruguay had won, but Suarez knew his destiny lay in infamy. He lost control again.

The long ban he receives from FIFA -- four months from all football -- is fully justifiable. Suarez's latest exile will be one spent amid...

How Uruguay is dealing with Suarezgate

Everyone in Uruguay is talking about Luis Suarez. Well, the entire world is. From the sports journalists to your next-door neighbour, everyone has an opinion. Even the official Uruguayan Twitter account of McDonald's invited Suarez to grab a hamburger at their place "if he was still hungry."

Here, in Suarez's country, you can't stop at a downtown corner without overhearing: "I don't think he'll get suspended" or "What about Neymar's elbow to the face of a rival?" And many other comments.

The Suarez...