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Matchday 14: Messi, Argentina in round of 16

Five Aside Jun 25, 2014
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Bosnia, before Dzeko

Blog - Wright Thompson Jun 21, 2014
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Bosnia's prediction: Last 16

Bosnia Jun 9, 2014
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Jun 26, 2014

Assessment: Bosnia's first World Cup

Bosnia will leave their first World Cup at the group stages, and ESPN FC's Sasa Ibrulj looks back at their campaign.

One sentence, World Cup recap

A fairy tale that ended too early and left the country in a mixture of disappointment and pride.

All team assessments

Group Stage: Australia | Bosnia-Herzegovina | Cameroon | Croatia | Ecuador | England | Ghana | Honduras | Italy | Iran
Ivory Coast Japan | Portugal | Russia | South Korea | Spain
Round of 16: Algeria | Chile | Greece | Mexico
Nigeria | Switzerland | Uruguay | United States
Quarterfinals: Colombia | France | Belgium | Costa Rica
Semifinals: Brazil | Netherlands
Finalists: Argentina
Winners: Germany

Star Man

Through the last couple of years, Bosnia-Herzegovina have relied on the spine of the team that was built from captain Emir Spahic, midfielder Miralem Pjanic and the star man up front Edin Dzeko -- but only one of them delivered in this tournament...

Jun 25, 2014

Argentina, Messi win Group F

Argentina's Lionel Messi swerved in a stunning free kick in his team's 3-2 win over Nigeria.

France wins group E with a 0-0 draw against Ecuador and Switzerland advances from the group for the first time since 2006. Group F winner Argentina is joined by Nigeria in the round of 16, who advance despite losing to the Albiceleste Wednesday.

Argentina is the fifth CONMEBOL team to advance, matching 2010 as the most ever in the round of 16 for the South American federation.

Here are five notes to know coming out of Matchday 14:

Argentina advances past the group stage for the eighth time i...

 Posted by John Duerden
Jun 25, 2014

Three Points: Bosnia-Herzegovina vs. Iran

2014 FIFA World Cup Group F: Bosnia-Herzegovina 3-1 Iran

Three observations from Bosnia-Herzegovina's 3-1 win over Iran in Group F's final game at the Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador, Brazil.

1. First World Cup win feels flat for Bosnia

When the draw was made, Bosnia-Herzegovina had dreams of defeating Iran in the final game to book a place in the second round. The first part came true, but the second did not.

There were no scenes of wild celebration as the final whistle sounded in Salvador. It was all a little flat and wasn't supposed to end like this.

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Jun 25, 2014

Back to reality for Bosnia, Croatia

Edin Dzeko scored his first World Cup goal for Bosnia in their finale Wednesday.
Edin Dzeko scored his first World Cup goal for Bosnia in their finale Wednesday.

MOSTAR, Bosnia-Herzegovina -- Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina are out of the World Cup. Both are headed home, and whatever rush of happiness and goodwill that their journey brought to the ethnic Bosniaks and Croats in the divided nation of Bosnia-Herzegovina is coming to an end. Reality starts again now, which makes me remember the segregated city of Mostar, which is half Muslim Bosniak and half Catholic Croatian.

The myth of civilization is exposed on the broken avenue through the town, which r...

 Posted by Sasa Ibrulj
Jun 22, 2014

Mistakes cost Bosnia-Herzegovina

Nigeria's Peter Odemwingie scored the eventual game-winner in the first half in a game with several controversial decisions.

The Bosnia-Herzegovina World Cup fairy tale did not last for long and ended in brutal fashion.

After a solid performance against favoured Argentina, the Dragons held the keys of their destiny in their hands, but they simply failed to use them. The mix of bad luck, the lack of experience, the naivety and injustice cost them a better result in their first major tournament and made them pack their bags earlier than expected.

Peter Odemwingie's first-half goal was enough for Nigeria to defeat Bosnia...