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  • Argentina vs. Belgium: Which team will take first World Cup loss?

    Argentina vs. Belgium: Which team will take first World Cup loss?
    Funny thing about Belgium. It is one of only two unbeaten and untied teams in the World Cup but has led for a mere 52 out of 390 minutes played, plus stoppage time. Next up for the Belgians is Argentina, the other squad that entered the quarterfinals 4-...
  • Argentina-Belgium has offensive stars to restart World Cup excitement

    Argentina-Belgium has offensive stars to restart World Cup excitement
    Yesterday in one sentence: The gap between the Americans’ loss and these matches didn’t really help anyone’s World Cup fever sustain itself, as France and Germany was kind of boring and Brazil won the battle against Colombia but lost the...
  • Holanda vence a Costa Rica por penales, enfrentará a Argentina en semifinal

    La selección de fútbol de Holanda clasificó el sábado a las semifinales del Mundial al derrotar 4-3 a Costa Rica en una impecable definición por penales, en la que el arquero Tim Krul se convirtió en héroe segundos después de que el técnico Louis van Gaal...
  • World Cup: Top of the week, no contest

    World Cup: Top of the week, no contest
    Last week's most-watched telecast in Central Florida didn't air in prime time. But it was far bigger than any program in prime time, and it underscored Orlando's interest in the World Cup. The audience for the U.S.-Belgium match was 323,185 total...
  • Netherlands, Argentina have tough act to follow after Germany blowout

    Netherlands, Argentina have tough act to follow after Germany blowout
    Yesterday in one sentence: I have a scarf that says “Not in the face” in both Brazilian and English; I bet one of the Brazilian players wished they knew how to say it in German to stop that beating yesterday. What's on tap: Argentina vs....
  • An Argentina loss could help Brazil feel a little better

    An Argentina loss could help Brazil feel a little better
    And on the day after, there is still soccer. Brazil, as tempting as it was, did not ask FIFA to cancel the rest of the competition on account of pain. The most surreal match imaginable -- Germany's touchdown-margin win -- has left the host country of...
  • As Argentina beats Netherlands at World Cup, Twitter focuses on Germany

    As Argentina beats Netherlands at World Cup, Twitter focuses on Germany
    Argentina and the Netherlands were deadlocked 0-0 at their World Cup semifinal game during regular time. And extra time. It came down to a shootout, which Argentina won 4-2 -- and which many observers found less than thrilling. But excitement from the...
  • Connecticut Companies Aid In ESPN World Cup Production

    Connecticut Companies Aid In ESPN World Cup Production
    WEST HARTFORD — Before it can appear on television screens across America, this clip must pass inspection in an editing room in West Hartford Center. Footage of Germany's Thomas Muller and Brazil's David Luiz course across the screen, the...
  • Penalty-kick shootouts: There's got to be a better way, right?

    Penalty-kick shootouts: There's got to be a better way, right?
    In the World Cup glossary that exists in the minds of attending media members, there is an entry that can be found under the letter D. Dreaded penalty-kick shootout. The rest of us might refer to the end-game tiebreaker without the d-word. (Then...
  • Argentina-Germany finals: One wonderful, one abysmal

    Argentina-Germany finals: One wonderful, one abysmal
    Argentina and Germany have met twice before in the World Cup final (when the Germany in the title game was West Germany) and I had the privilege of covering both for the Tribune.  One was memorable, the other forgettable.  Here are my stories on those...
  • World Cup notes: U.S. gains a strong foothold in international soccer

    World Cup notes: U.S. gains a strong foothold in international soccer
    The unprecedented level of interest this World Cup has earned in the United States has top officials at FIFA, world soccer's governing body, believing the sport may finally be turning the corner in a country where it has had to fight for attention in a...