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 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
23 minutes ago

Messi makes the difference when it matters

Santiago Solari and Alexi Lalas say Lionel Messi must play the game of his life for Argentina to beat Germany.

At 18, most of us are asked to plot our lives.

Do we go to college? If so, which one? What do we study? Where will we be in 10 years' time? Twenty? Will we live to old age?

It's that time when the slate is generally clear and we're allowed to dream.

In the fall of 2005, Barcelona sat down wi...

 Posted by Nicolas Baier
3 hours ago

3 keys to victory for Argentina

ESPN's Jeremy Schaap reports from Rio de Janeiro on both Argentina and Brazil's World Cup final preparations.

RIO DE JANEIRO -- Argentina must maintain control of their defensive unit in order to combat the chaos that can be caused by the powerful German attack, who have already scored 17 goals (14 from open play and three from dead-ball situations). Here are three things on which they must focus in order t...

 Posted by Sam Kelly
3 hours ago

Reflecting on the 1986 World Cup Final

The ESPN FC panel weigh in on Lionel Messi's never-ending comparison to Diego Maradona.

On Sunday, Argentina and Germany will meet in the World Cup final for a record third time. Germany have a head-to-head advantage in competitive matches between these sides, but in finals it's all square; one win apiece, with three goals scored on each side.

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These sides are also the only sides to ha...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
4 hours ago

Sorry Brazil must get Scolari sacked

Brazil coach Luiz Felipe Scolari says that Brazil's last two games will not tarnish this particular footballing generation's reputation because of what they have accomplished in the past and what they can still achieve.

Two games, two defeats, one goal scored, 10 conceded. And still Luiz Felipe Scolari will not resign. Out of morbid curiosity, if nothing else, this blog rather wishes that the World Cup would continue a little longer, if only to see what sort of form would necessitate Scolari's exit.

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Brazil came in...

5 hours ago

The Rio the World Cup didn't show

Editor's note: This story contains strong language.

Wright Thompson delves into the complicated soul of Brazil in search of a true reality.

RIO DE JANEIRO -- There's shit in the water.

Two days after Brazil crashed out of the World Cup, on Thursday morning, one of Rio's foremost sanitation activists, Leona Deckelbaum, came down to Copacabana Beach to work.

She couldn't help laug...

 Posted by Raphael Honigstein
5 hours ago

Germany ready to seize the moment

Michael Ballack and Santiago Solari break down the potential starting lineups for both Germany and Argentina.

Toni Kroos was the first one to see it.

"Don't worry," he told reporters after the 2-2 draw with Ghana, a tumultuous, unruly mishmash of a game with defensive lapses galore. Germany were as good as qualified for the knockout stages after the final whistle in Fortaleza, Brazil, and yet, they seemed m...