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Brazilian football icon Mário Sérgio dies in Colombia plane crash

ESPN's Rubens Pozzi joined the FC show to explain how much the Chapecoense team meant to Brazilian football.
Fans gather outside the Chapecoense stadium to pray for all those affected by the tragedy.
ESPN Brazil's Rubens Pozzi expresses just how big a loss Chapecoense is to the world of football.
Real Madrid and Barca are examples of only a few teams lending their support and thoughts to Chapecoense.

Editor's Note: This is a translation from ESPN BrazilMulticampeão como jogador, Mário Sérgio foi um ícone do futebol brasileiro

The plane crash that took the lives of most of the Chapecoense football team also claimed the life of a Brazilian football icon. Mário Sérgio, former player, manager and FOX Sports Brazil broadcaster, also died in the tragic accident.

Known as "Vesgo," Sérgio was a talented player and successful athlete who made the Brazil national...

Heroes & Villains: Argentina respond as Brazil fly, United States rock bottom

Lionel Messi and his teammates announced they will no longer speak with the press going forward following their win over Colombia.

The international break is full of fun, isn't it? Iain Macintosh looks at the past week's entertainment from friendlies and World Cup qualifiers.

HEROES

It's unlikely that their fans will forgive them in hurry for losing 3-0 to Brazil on Thursday, but at least Argentina are back to winning ways. A resounding 3-0 victory over Colombia, started with a glorious free kick from Lionel Messi, went some way to improving matters. Had Colombia won, Argentina would have found themselves four points...

 By Tim Vickery

Brazil can already start planning for Russia as Tite's golden reign continues

Peru put up a strong fight, creating several chances to score, but Brazil proved too strong in the end, winning 2-0.

The second of South America's World Cup qualification campaign has flown by in the space of two and a half months -- two rounds in September, two more last month and another couple now. It is very interesting to glance at the table as it was then, after six games, and compare it with now, after 12.

The similarities are striking. Almost everyone is in the same position, or very close to it. There are only two exceptions; Argentina have fallen from third to fifth -- which shows the importance of Tuesday's...

Neymar's freedom, common sense and Paulinho: how Tite brought Brazil back

Tite has restored Brazil to their expected level, a task that shouldn't be taken lightly.

What a difference a manager makes. As of today, Brazil have virtually booked their place in Russia 2018, needing four points from their next seven games to guarantee an automatic qualification spot and keep untarnished their World Cup participation record. Few people will need to be reminded that they put themselves in the driving seat with a demolition of Lionel Messi's Argentina in Belo Horizonte on Thursday. It was a game they won 3-0, but on that form, they could have ended up a bit closer...

Argentina struggle as Brazil impress; Southgate's stance; Ronaldo's goals

ESPN Deportes' Ricardo Ortiz and ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno dissect Argentina's struggles in World Cup Qualifying.

News flash: Barring some kind of footballing cataclysm, Argentina will be at the 2018 World Cup. It's true that if qualification ended right now, then La Albiceleste would be watching the tournament on TV for the first time since 1970. But it doesn't.

They may be sixth at present, but they are two points away from third place, and there are seven rounds to go. That said, there aren't too many "gimmes" left in their schedule, whether at home -- Colombia visit Tuesday, with Chile up after that --...

 By Tim Vickery

Jubilant Peru ready for Brazil test while Argentina need Colombia reprieve

Neymar hit a milestone with Brazil, Paul Pogba dazzles in training and much more in the latest edition of The Sweeper.

Peru had not won an away World Cup qualifier since June 2004. And then, two weeks ago, their nightmare run came to an end in bizarre circumstances. Back in September, they had lost 2-0 to Bolivia. But their opponents fielded an ineligible player, and so FIFA punished them by awarding the game to Peru by a 3-0 margin. And winning on the road has suddenly become a habit. Last Thursday, 1-0 down to Paraguay at the interval, they turned things around to claim an astonishing 4-1 victory. 

"This...