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Saturday, June 13, 2015
China snatch win as Germany, Canada held in Women's World Cup
Wang Lisi's late winner got China's Women's World Cup campaign back on track Tuesday as Germany were held 1-1 by Norway and Canada played a goalless draw against New Zealand.
Arturo Vidal and Eduardo Vargas scored second-half goals to give Chile a 2-0 win over Ecuador on Thursday in the opening match of a Copa America that got underway amid the corruption investigation involving local soccer officials.
With war at home, Syria beat Afghanistan 6-0
To outsiders this was a 2018 World Cup qualifier. To fans of Afghanistan and Syria who watched it live, however, it was much more than a soccer match.
Indonesia insisted the country's ban by world body FIFA had given them a lift on Friday as they eye a spot in the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games final.
National soccer team refuses to attend pre-match event
Chen Po-liang (陳柏良), captain of the Chinese Taipei National Football Team, yesterday refused to attend the pre-match press conference for the 2018 FIFA World Cup Qualifications against Thailand by blasting the Chinese Taipei Football Association's (CTFA, 中華民國足球協會) failure to invite their head coach.
Friday, June 12, 2015
Jurgen Klinsmann's USA shocked Germany with a 2-1 victory in Wednesday's friendly as the Stars and Stripes followed up their win over the Netherlands by beating the world champions.
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Newcastle United on Wednesday confirmed British media reports that manager John Carver and his assistant Steve Stone have left the Premier League club.
Marta breaks scoring record at World Cup
Marta scored her 15th career Women's World Cup goal to become the all-time leader in tournament history, leading Brazil to a 2-0 win over South Korea on Tuesday.
Mali shock Ghana, Serbia beat Hungary in Under-20 World Cup
The knockout rounds of the Under-20 World Cup opened with a major upset Wednesday as Mali shocked Ghana 3-0, while Serbia staved off near-certain elimination to beat Hungary 2-1 in extra time.
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Japan, US on track as Africans challenge
Holders Japan and former winners the United States got their Women's World Cup campaigns off to strong starts on Monday, while Cameroon and Nigeria warned Africa would field challengers.
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