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More misery on grand stage

Portugal Jun 23, 2014
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ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Jul 24, 2014

Pepe's spiky new hairdo

Summer is time for footballers to let their hair down. Or y'know... Up. Real Madrid and Portugal defender Pepe has had a bit of time to reflect on a new hairdo since he was sent off against world champions Germany in his country's first game of the World Cup.

Frankly, with that much time, he could have come up with something better than this.

 Posted by Andy Brassell
Jul 17, 2014

Pantomime villain Pepe on borrowed time

Pepe The Prat
Pepe disgraced himself again for his antics against Germany in Portugal's opening World Cup match as his indiscipline reared its ugly head.

If Portugal's players have been entertaining thoughts of what might have been since their World Cup exit three weeks ago, any feelings of regret may have been accentuated by the tournament's climax. Germany were indisputably worthy winners but if we take it right back to the start and the opening game for Jogi Low's side, they might reflect that they received a helping hand.

Germany were certainly beneficiaries of a few Portuguese errors, but none jars in the mind as much as Pepe's first-half...

 Posted by Chris Wright
Jun 30, 2014

Dog reacts to Portugal's World Cup exit

Having enthusiastically positioned herself front and centre to watch Portugal's entire World Cup campaign, you can imagine how Severa the Portuguese labrador reacted to seeing her beloved Selecção crash out of the World Cup last week.

Safe to say, she wasn't best pleased.

That said, unlike most England fans, Severa has experienced her fair share of highs during the tournament - like when Portugal grabbed their last-minute equaliser against the USA in Manaus...

Altogether now: awwww...

 Posted by Eduardo Alvarez
Jun 28, 2014

Heat doesn't let up in knockout stage

The United States took part in the World Cup's first water break, and they needed it after their demanding travel schedule.

Finally something (else) new in football Yes, goal-line technology has arrived, but this World Cup has also brought another radical innovation. On June 22, the football world witnessed the first water break in a World Cup match, after 40 minutes of the fixture between Portugal and the United States that would eventually finish 2-2.

The 85 degree temperature in the Amazonia capital of Manaus, coupled with over 70 percent humidity, determined that "feels like" temperature (or, more technically, W...

 Posted by Andy Brassell
Jun 27, 2014

Ronaldo not enough for Portugal

Cristiano Ronaldo addressed the media following Portugal's 2-1 win over Ghana, indicating they created numerous opportunities but just could not convert.

BRASILIA, Brazil -- "We go out with our heads held high," Cristiano Ronaldo told the press after Portugal's World Cup elimination. This said a lot for the reduction of expectations for Paulo Bento's squad in the 10 days from their Group G opener against Germany to what proved to be their curtain call against Ghana.

- Brewin: Cristiano Ronaldo exits in frustration

Despite a clutch of injury concerns (the foremost of which, obviously, concerned their talisman), there had been a sense of optim...