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World Cup 2018 Report: Aspas scores late VAR goal as Spain draw to top group


Iago Aspas scored a stoppage-time equaliser - with the aid of VAR - as Spain scraped an unconvincing draw with Morocco to top Group B and secure a World Cup last-16 tie against hosts Russia.

Youssef En-Nesyri - who plays in Spain for Malaga - looked to have won it for Herve Renard's side when he powered in a superb header from fellow substitute Faycal Fajr's corner.

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World Cup 2018 Report: Uruguay 3 Russia 0 - Suarez & Cavani strike as hosts miss out on top spot


Uruguay secured first place in World Cup Group A as Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani scored to down 10-man Russia in Samara



Luis Suarez netted his second goal in as many World Cup games as Uruguay secured top spot in Group A with a comfortable 3-0 victory over hosts Russia, who had Igor Smolnikov sent off.

Russia's impressive progression to the last 16 has provided one of the tournament's major surprises so far, but Stanislav Cherchesov's side were brought back down to earth in a sweltering Samara.

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World Cup 2018 Report: Germany 2 Sweden 1 - Late Kroos winner brings Low's men back from the brink


Germany's hopes of reaching the World Cup knockout phase were hanging in the balance before Toni Kroos scored a stoppage-time free-kick



Germany came back from the brink of a humiliating World Cup exit as Toni Kroos scored a sensational stoppage-time winner to secure a dramatic 2-1 victory over Sweden.

Kroos found the net with a wickedly curling set-piece in the 95th minute of a game that brought out the best and worst of Joachim Low's world champions, who were reduced to 10 men when Jerome Boateng was sent off with eight minutes remaining.

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World Cup 2018: Mohamed Salah 'happy in camp' says Egyptian FA




The Egyptian Football Association says there is "no problem" between it and star player Mohamed Salah, amid reports the Liverpool forward could be set to quit the national team.

It had been reported the 26-year-old was considering his future with the squad after a series of disagreements.

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World Cup 2018 Report: Japan come from behind twice to draw with Senegal



Japan and Senegal remain well placed to reach the knockout stage of the World Cup - and a last-16 date with England or Belgium - after an entertaining draw in Ekaterinburg.

Sadio Mane put Senegal ahead from close range after an awful mistake by Eiji Kawashima, the ball flying past the Japan keeper after his attempted punched clearance hit the Liverpool forward.

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