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Ronaldo focused on qualification, not prizes

World Cup reaction Nov 20, 2013
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Platini: Not end of world if France fail Video

France news Nov 17, 2013
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Del Bosque signs Spain extension

World Cup news Nov 15, 2013
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Spain fringe players eye friendly chance

World Cup news Nov 15, 2013
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Giroud happy with evolution of France role

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Europe should get extra World Cup spot, says UEFA chief Michel Platini

UEFA President Michel Platini will not stand against Sepp Blatter in next year's FIFA Presidency elections but will back a candidate who will offer something new to football.

MONACO -- Europe deserves an extra team at the next World Cup, UEFA president Michel Platini said Thursday.

Platini won't challenge Blatter in FIFA elections

Platini pledged to ask FIFA for the extra spot because Germany's World Cup victory in Brazil made it three straight titles for Europe. Italy won in 2006 and Spain four years ago.

"European football proved it's the leader in the world," Platini said. UEFA had 13 of 32 teams in Brazil, and Platini wants 14 qualifying places in 2018. Host Russ...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Nov 20, 2013

Zlatan: World Cup nothing without me

Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes the World Cup will be "nothing" in his absence as Sweden's hopes were dashed by Cristiano Ronaldo's four goals in two games as Portugal qualified for next year's World Cup.

• Brassell: Magic Moutinho paves the way for Ronaldo
• Tyler: Three Things: Sweden vs. Portugal
• Poll: Is Cristiano Ronaldo the best in the world?

The Swede scored twice for his nation in the second leg, but was overshadowed by Ronaldo's hat trick.

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Nov 20, 2013

Magical France secure historic win

France boss Didier Deschamps believes Les Bleus has enjoyed the “magic of football” as they created history by securing their place at next year’s World Cup.

Didier Deschamps is thrown into the air after masterminding France's comeback against Ukraine.
Didier Deschamps said France had enjoyed the "magic of football" after securing a spot in the World Cup.

• Holyman: True test awaits

France became the first European nation to overcome a two-goal first-leg deficit whe...

Nov 20, 2013

Croats 'celebrate with pro-Nazi chants'

ZAGREB, Croatia -- Croatia's World Cup qualification celebrations have been marred by apparent pro-Nazi chants by fans and defender Joe Simunic.

Croatia qualified for the World Cup with a 2-0 win over Iceland on Tuesday. Video footage appears to show Simunic taking a microphone to the field after the match and shouting"For the homeland!" ["Za dom spremni!"] to the fans. The fans respond: "Ready!"

That was the...

Nov 20, 2013

Sagna pinpoints improved France desire

Karim Benzema and Hugo Lloris were caught up in the celebrations after France managed to book a place at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Bacary Sagna has said a change of mentality ensured France booked their place at the 2014 World Cup.

 Holyman: True test awaits joyous French

France staged a rousing comeback to beat Ukraine 3-0 in Paris on Tuesday, having lost the first leg 2-0 in Kiev last week.

Sagna, who replaced Mathieu Debuchy for the final 12 minutes at the Stade de France, said increased desire from his France teammates was the difference in the second meeting.

Sagna told ESPN FC: "There is craz...