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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Jul, 2, 2014

Late-game heroics at the World Cup

From John Brooks' stunning header against Ghana to Angel Di Maria's clinical extra-time finish against Switzerland, relive all the late-game goals so far at the World Cup.

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 Posted by ESPN Staff
Jul, 2, 2014

Relive all the drama of the round of 16

The round of 16 will go down as one for the ages. Relive all the pulsating moments that earned eight teams the right to play in the quarterfinals.

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 Posted by Michael Cox
Jul, 2, 2014

Fatigue played a role in round of 16

Relive all of the best moments from the World Cup round of 16.

If the group stage was about shocks, the round of 16 was what we expected.

For the first time since the switch to a 32-team tournament in 1998, the World Cup's round of 16 games were won by the eight group winners, with the eight runners-up eliminated.

How predictable, you might think. We might as w...

 Posted by Chris Paraskevas
Jul, 1, 2014

Assessment: History made, respect earned

Greece were left to rue their missed chances against Costa Rica on Sunday.
Greece players look dejected after their round of 16 exit to Costa Rica on penalties but their tournament was not without its plus points.

Greece have bowed out of the World Cup at the Last 16 and ESPNFC blogger Chris Paraskevas gives his verdict on the brighter points of the campaign as well as what went wrong.

One sentence, World Cup recap

Greece made history, earned plenty of respect and have laid the foundation for this team to ...

 Posted by Chris Paraskevas
Jun, 30, 2014

The best of Karagounis' Greece career

A look ahead at the final matches for the Round of 16, while Costa Rica reached the quarter-finals for the first time in their history with a shootout win over Greece, and the Netherlands overcame Mexico in stoppage time.

After more than a decade of service to his Greece -- and with 139 senior caps to his name -- Giorgos Karagounis has officially retired from international football.

The Euro 2004-winner has played in England, Italy and Portugal during a long and successful career. But it is his contributions in the ...