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2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil Final: Mario Gotze Fires Germany Past Argentina In Extra-Time, Breaks European Jinx in The Americas.

[caption id="attachment_28140" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (Image courtesy of ESPN.com)[/caption] RIO DE JANEIRO – Thanks the second-latest winning goal in World Cup history from Mario Gotze in the 113th minute, Germany solved the South American jinx and broke Argentinean hearts. Germany, who had rolled into the final at the storied Maracana in Rio de Janeiro after a 7-1 humiliation of host Brazil in the semifinals, became the first European side to win
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2014 FIFA World Cup Final Preview: Germany vs. Argentina

[caption id="attachment_28103" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (July 10, 2014 - Source: Getty Images/Getty Images South America)[/caption] RIO DE JANEIRO –  La Albiceleste vs. Die Mannschaft, Lionel Messi vs. Germany in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final, what more can a soccer fan ask for? After thoroughly man-handling and humiliating the five-time champions and host, Brazil, 7-1, in what was an unexpectedly anti-climatic semifinal, Germany comes into Sunday’s final on a roll. Attempting
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2014 FIFA World Cup Semifinals Preview: Brazil vs. Germany, Netherlands vs. Argentina

[caption id="attachment_27983" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (July 4, 2014 - Source: Michael Steele/Getty Images South America)[/caption] In what has been one of the most memorable tournaments in recent memory, the semifinals of 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil is shaping up to be special. In a final four that features a combined ten World Cup titles between Brazil(5), Germany(3) and Argentina(2) is a football—nee soccer—in the States—purist’s proverbial wet dream. Throw in three-time
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2014 World Cup Brazil: Thanks to Controversial Arjen Robben Foul, Dutch Stun Mexico, Into Quarterfinals

[caption id="attachment_27849" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (June 28, 2014 - Source: Michael Steele/Getty Images South America)[/caption] FORTALEZA – Thanks to a controversial foul drawn on Arjen Robben, Klass-Jan Huntelarr would net the game-winner on a penalty and lift the Dutch past Mexico. After a goal from Giovanni Dos Santos gave Mexico a 1-0 lead in the 48th minute, Wesley Sneijder would help the Dutch draw level at 1-1 in the 88th minute
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News and Notes(6/28/14): Julio Cesar, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Udonis Haslem Opt-Out in Miami and Gasol to Knicks?

[caption id="attachment_27829" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (June 27, 2014 - Source: Ian Walton/Getty Images South America)[/caption] Julio Cesar, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Udonis Haslem and Pau Gasol highlight the InscriberMag’s News and Notes for Saturday, June 28, 2014. Julio Cesar Saves Brazil In PK’s Against Chile: After Brazilian forward, Hulk turned the ball over leading to an equalizing goal by Chile’s Alexis Sanchez in the 32nd minute, Brazil escaped a very determined
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2014 FIFA World Cup: USMNT Lose to Germany, Advance to Knockout Stage

[caption id="attachment_27780" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (June 25, 2014 - Source: Robert Cianflone/Getty Images South America)[/caption] RECIFE -- Despite losing 1-0 to Germany, the United States advanced to the knockout stage thanks to Portugal's 2-1 win over Ghana. After coming within a Silvestre Varela header in stoppage time of advancing to the round of 16 Monday, the United States needed either a draw vs Germany or Portugal win over arch-nemesis Ghana due
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2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil: Site of USA-Ghana Match, Natal Declares State of Alert Due to Excessive Rain

[caption id="attachment_27562" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (Julian Finney/Getty Images South America)[/caption] NATAL, BRAZIL – According to media reports, the city of Natal, in the northeastern state of Rio Grande do Norte, has declared a state of alert due to excessive rain over the last 36 hours. The site of the up-coming United States-Ghana 2014 FIFA World Cup opening match in Group G Monday, witnessed excessive rain during Mexico’s 1-0 win in their
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2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil: Mario Balotelli Fires Italy Past England in Group D Opener

[caption id="attachment_27547" align="aligncenter" width="634"] (Image courtesy of The Daily Mail)[/caption] MANAUS – Deep in the heart of the Amazon rain forest, Mario Balotelli properly introduced himself to the 2014 FIFA World Cup amidst staggering heat and humidity. With temperatures on the pitch at 88 degrees and 70 percent humidity, Balotelli’s header at the 50th minute helped lift the Azzurri past England, 2-1 in their opening match-up in Group D, and
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2014 FIFA World Cup Preview: Don’t Cry For Argentina, Lionel Messi Set To Cement All-Time Great Status

[caption id="attachment_27382" align="aligncenter" width="634"] (Getty Images)[/caption] BUENOS AIRES – With arguable the best soccer player in the world in Lionel Messi, Argentina is the team to beat in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. While long-time bitter rival and host nation, Brazil, ranked No.3 by FIFA the proverbial favorite due to playing on it’s home soil, few teams outside of Brazil rival the fifth-ranked Argentina in terms of talent, style and
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2014 FIFA World Cup Preview: Thanks to Eden Hazard, Belgium A Dangerous Sleeper To Watch

[caption id="attachment_27374" align="aligncenter" width="624"] Image courtesy of Getty Images[/caption] PARIS – Thanks to being in a favorable Group H draw that includes Algeria, Russia, South Korea and Eden Hazard, Belgium is a team to keep an eye on in the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Currently ranked 11th by FIFA, ahead of perennial World Cup contenders such as the United States(13th), Netherlands(15th) and France(17th) Belgium has a chance to make some