The World Cup is still in motion and a lot of crazy things are happening in Brazil. Here are five things that you may have missed during the World Cup this past week.
Varela’s goal on a diving header off Cristiano Ronaldo’s cross on the game’s last play gave Portugal a 2-2 tie Sunday on an exhausting night in the rainforest capital.
Lionel Messi scored a superb goal in stoppage time to give Argentina a 1-0 victory over Iran on Saturday and secure his team’s place in the second round of the World Cup.
With the U.S. and Portugal set to square off on Sunday at 6pm ET, the stakes couldn’t be higher. Group G has been called the group of death by many because and it’s starting to live up to it’s nickname.
Cristiano Ronaldo again wore a brace on his left knee Friday as his Portugal team held its final World Cup training session before departing for a crucial game against the U.S.
The U.S. is catching World Cup fever. And indeed, America has had its share of memorable soccer moments. Let’s count down the top 15 in USMNT history.
Players hope to become the first American team to win consecutive World Cup games since a 2-0 start at the very first tournament in 1930.
Get to know more about United States men’s national soccer team midfielder Kyle Beckerman.
Get to know more about United States men’s national soccer team forward Jozy Altidore.
Get to know more about United States men’s national soccer team defender Omar Gonzalez.
Fans were bedecked in red, white and blue Monday evening, as the U.S. took on Ghana in the World Cup.
Lots of news coming out of Brazil as the 2014 World Cup got underway. Here are 5 things you missed for week 2.
Ghana beat the Americans by identical 2-1 scores in the final group-stage game at Germany in 2006 and in the second round at South Africa four years ago.
Chances are you’ll encounter plenty of soccer fans ahead of Monday’s U.S.-Ghana match. But guess what? They’re not real fans if they pooh-pooh the teams in their own backyard.
World Cup excitement has hit a fever pitch in New York, but for many people the interest in soccer stars goes beyond their talents on the field.