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Germany's stellar World Cup record in peril eighty years later

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MOSCOW -- Germany's phenomenal World Cup consistency means the reigning world champions have not been eliminated in the tournament's group stage for the last 80 years - but that could all change on Saturday.

In every World Cup since 1938 Germany have made it past the group stage. They did not compete at the 1950 tournament as they were banned from entering following the World War Two.

Not even five-times champions Brazil can boast such a record, with the South Americans having failed to get out...

Sweden 'would be better' at World Cup with Zlatan Ibrahimovic - Emil Forsberg

In the E:60 feature 'zLA zLA Land,' which airs Sun., June 24 on ESPN at 9 a.m., Zlatan Ibrahimovic tells Sam Borden why he does not regret missing out on the World Cup.
VAR helped Sweden get the better of South Korea, and Belgium powered past Panama as both sides picked up opening wins at the World Cup.

Sweden midfielder Emil Forsberg said his side would be better at the World Cup with Zlatan Ibrahimovic but that his absence should no longer matter.

Ibrahimovic, 36, retired from international competition following Euro 2016, and although he often spoke of returning for the World Cup, the LA Galaxy striker ultimately decided against it in April.

"We made it to the World Cup without Ibrahimovic," Forsberg told this week's edition of Sport Bild in an interview conducted prior to the start of the World...

 By Arch Bell

World Cup Daily: Harry Kane to the rescue; Belgium cruise; Mohamed Salah watch

Shaka Hislop believes that Romelu Lukaku's double will do wonders for his confidence.

Monday at the World Cup saw Harry Kane lead England to a win over Tunisia, while Belgium flexed their attacking muscles against first-timers Panama. Elsewhere, Sweden topped disappointing South Korea.

The big story: Kane you believe it? England win!

It looked like more bad headlines -- "England remember that they are England and draw with Tunisia" is what I had written -- but Harry Kane showed that, indeed, this is a different England. The captain scored two goals on his World Cup debut, doubling...