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AL KHOR, Qatar (AP) — Qatari football fans hit back at Germany's World Cup protest on Sunday by holding pictures of former Germany player Mesut Özil while covering their mouths during the match against Spain. A group of...

AL KHOR, Qatar (AP) — Germany forward Niclas Füllkrug salvaged a 1-1 draw against Spain on Sunday at the World Cup. The Germans still need to win their last group match to have a chance of advancing to the knockout stage. The four-...

AL RAYYAN, Qatar (AP) — Andrej Kramaric scored a pair of goals and Croatia crushed Canada's hopes of advancing at its first World Cup in 36 years with a 4-1 victory on Sunday. Alphonso Davies scored Canada's first-ever World...

JAMAICA FOOTBALL Federation (JFF) president Michael Ricketts says social intervention, using sports, is better than ZOSO and SOE at curbing crime, and is calling for a crime audit during the World Cup to see how crime figures would have dropped...

CANBERRA, Australia (CMC): TAGENARINE CHANDERPAUL grabbed the headlines again with an attractive half-century but West Indies’ final day run chase fell short as their four-day match against the Australian Prime Minister’s XI finished in a tense...

PRESIDENT OF the Jamaica Boxing Association (JBA), Stephen ‘Bomber’ Jones, is thrilled following news that 13 boxing trainees completed their one-month intensive course and graduated from G.C. Foster College on Tuesday and are now eager and raring...

DOHA, Qatar (AP): A SURPRISE opening-match loss has Germany headed into its second game seeking an easy victory to avoid a second consecutive early World Cup exit. Too bad the Germans play Spain in what should be anything but a leisurely Sunday...

LUSAIL, Qatar (AP): LIONEL MESSI was almost in tears as he grabbed and shook his jersey in front of Argentina’s celebrating fans, then blew a kiss and looked to the sky. With one of the most important goals of his career, Messi led Argentina to a 2...

AL RAYYAN, Qatar (AP): FINALLY! Robert Lewandowski at last scored a goal in a World Cup match yesterday, helping Poland beat Saudi Arabia 2-0 and boosting his team’s chances of reaching the knockout stages. Lewandowski shed tears after scoring in...

AL WAKRAH, Qatar (AP): MITCHELL DUKE celebrated scoring Australia’s winning goal by forming a ‘J’ with his fingers in a tribute to his son Jaxson who was in the stands. Coach Graham Arnold dragged injured winger Martin Boyle – on crutches – into...
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