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Quarterfinals Day 1: Favorites win through

Five Aside Jul 4, 2014
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 Posted by Chris Wright
Aug 14, 2014

Man sues FIFA over World Cup refs

Carlos Velasco Carballo was so poor during the World Cup that it's prompted a billion-euro lawsuit.

A Colombian lawyer has filed an enormous lawsuit against FIFA after claiming that the lapse standard of refereeing at the 2014 World Cup hospitalised him with heart problems.

Aurelio Jimenez, 74, is suing world football's governing body for a billion euros (about 800 million pounds or 1.33 billion dollars) with his case centred around the controversial performance of Spanish referee Carlos Velasco Carballo while overseeing Colombia's quarterfinal tie against Brazil.

During the game, Carballo le...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Jul 16, 2014

ESPN FC Player of the World Cup: James Rodriguez

The top performers from the 2014 World Cup were whittled down to a five-man short list by stats website WhoScored.com and our panel of experts.

Arjen Robben, Lionel Messi, Neymar and Thomas Muller were among the contenders, but with a huge 41 percent of the vote, you crowned Colombia star and FIFA Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez your ESPN FC Player of the World Cup.

Is James a worthy winner? Who else should have been considered? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter -- using the hashtag #ESPNFC...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Jul 14, 2014

ESPN FC Player of the World Cup

The top performers from the 2014 World Cup have been whittled down to a five-man short list by stats website WhoScored.com and our panel of experts. The nominated players are Arjen Robben, James Rodriguez, Lionel Messi, Neymar and Thomas Muller.

Each has his merits, as detailed below -- but it's up to you to select who deserves to be crowned the ESPN FC Player of the World Cup.

Whether you agree with the nominees or not, let us know on Facebook and Twitter -- using the hashtag #ESPNFCplayer -- a...

Jul 14, 2014

Best XI of the World Cup

The ESPN FC World Cup Encore crew give their picks for Team of the Tournament.

Our 2014 World Cup team would take some beating.

This year's World Cup has seen the rise of the 3-5-2 formation, so it's only fair that our Best XI from the tournament lines up in the same way. Here are the 11 players who did more than any others to impress this summer.

GK: Keylor Navas (Costa Rica)

In a tournament rich in goalkeeping skills, it takes a lot to shine above the rest. There have been some standout performances this summer from the likes of the USA's Tim Howard, Mexico's Guillermo Ochoa and Nigerian stopper Vincent Enyeama. Howev...

 Posted by Carl Worswick
Jul 6, 2014

Assessment: Colombia and the joy of James

The world of twitter reached out to James Rodriguez following his team's loss to Brazil.

Colombia were arguably the most impressive attacking force in Brazil, but they were ultimately stopped in their tracks by the host nation at the quarterfinal stage. Here is ESPNFC blogger Carl Worswick's verdict on the brighter points of Colombia's campaign, as well as what went wrong.

One sentence World Cup recap

A historic run to the quarterfinals was achieved on back of a near-perfect campaign.

Star Man

James Rodriguez. Ever since the 22-year-old made his debut for Colombia at the start of...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
Jul 6, 2014

FIFA wants refs to show fewer cards

ESPN FC's Craig Burley questions if less cautions and send offs from referees will improve the flow of the game.

It was bound to happen. Sooner or later the issue of refereeing was going to crop up at this World Cup. It always does.

After a very bumpy first few days, we had enjoyed a relatively smooth ride: the odd error, but no full-blown controversy and postmatch freak-out.

That was until Friday's quarterfinal between Brazil and Colombia and the performance of one Carlos Velasco Carballo.

Right now, the Spanish referee is getting it from all sides. Luiz Felipe Scolari is angry with him for not taki...