Tuesdayai??i??s World Cup action sees the conclusion of Groups C and D. Here are five things to watch for on Tuesday.
June 20th proved to be yet another exciting day in the World Cup as Costa Rica shocked Italy, France massacred Switzerland and Ecuador inched past Honduras.
Italy and Costa Rica go head to head at Recife and the winners of this game will take a giant step towards reaching the next round in Brazil.
Joel Campbell is set to return to Arsenal FC after shining for Costa Rica in the World Cup opener. The 21-year-old winger was signed by Arsenal in 2011, and he arrived with lot of potential and expectations linked to his name. But having failed to obtain a work permit in England, he was loaned out to Lorient for the rest of the season. The work permit issues persisted at the start of next season and the former Saprissa forward joined Spanish side Real Betis for another loan spell. Campbell did finally obtain his work permit with Arsenal at the start of last season, but Arsene Wenger felt that the youngster will need regular first team action to continue his development as a footballer, something he will not receive at the Emirates. The Costa Rican international was loaned out to Olympiacos and it where he began to show signs of fulfilling his promise with some eye catching performances, in the domestic […]
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England are now in Group D with Uruguay, Italy and Costa Rica. Here is a lowdown on the England National Team for the upcoming World Cup in Brazil.
With 7 FIFA World Cup titles between them, England, Uruguay, Italy and Costa Rica make up what many consider the toughest group in this yearai??i??s World Cup.
All games in group A have finally come to an end and Colombia and Argentina have qualified directly for the next round. TheHardTackle brings to you the thrills and spills from group A.
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