Neymar: My foot feels fine (0:29)
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7hAssociated Press

Brazil's video review complaint dismissed by FIFA

The Brazilian soccer federation says FIFA dismissed its complaint over the use of video review in the team's World Cup opener against Switzerland.

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7hNick Ames

Is Spain's World Cup on borrowed time?

Spain have defended sloppily and struggled to establish a rhythm in two group-stage matches. Could their World Cup be over before it really begins?

Would point deductions curb Mexican fans' chants? (2:10)
Gomez: Mexico's Layun key against South Korea (3:00)
Marcotti: Lozano to Barca not likely (1:07)
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8hMichael Cox

Quality full-back play absent so far at World Cup

Normally having two good full-backs is a recipe for World Cup success. One problem so far at this World Cup is no side has featured two good ones.

Extra Time: Ronaldo's goatee; Uruguay the real deal? (9:30)
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8hAssociated Press

Players 'amused' by jogging injury - Southgate

Gareth Southgate dislocated his right shoulder while out running during England's scheduled day off from training and was taken to the hospital.

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9hAssociated Press

Burger King apologises for WC pregnancy offer

Burger King says it's sorry for offering a lifetime supply of Whoppers to Russian women who get pregnant from World Cup players.

Marcotti: I wouldn't want to face Peru if I'm France (2:44)
Uruguay's defensive approach paying dividends (1:40)
Moreno: Argentina need more than Messi to beat Croatia (3:54)
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10hDermot Corrigan

Isco 8/10 as Spain struggle past Iran

Isco was Spain's brightest player against Iran even as Fernando Hierro's side struggled their way to a 1-0 win.

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10hReuters

France can revel in World Cup pressure - Lloris

France must overcome the pressure they felt in the opening match against Australia and go "beyond their capacity," says goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

Burley: You'll see a better Spain against better teams (4:49)
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10hDale Johnson

Who can qualify for the round of 16?

The second round of games in the World Cup group stage is now under way. Find out what each nation has to do to qualify for the knockout stage.