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​World Cup 2014: USA, propelled by Ghana win, faces off with Portugal

​World Cup 2014: USA, propelled by Ghana win, faces off with Portugal | Fifa Wold Cup | Scoop.it
America's thrilling victory over Ghana has fans in the Amazon excited, even talking up the team's chances against powerhouse Portugal (Team USA faces "dangerous" opponent in next World Cup match: America's thrilling victory over Ghana has fans i...
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In this article, it talks about America's victory over Ghana and how their next match will be against Portugal. American fans believe that they will be able to beat Portugal easily. A US midfielder  states that  even thought Cristiano Ronaldo is injured, they need to know where he is at all times. The article talks more about Cristiano Ronaldo being one of the best players in the world and how dangerous he is. The message conveyed is positive towards American fans but may be slightly negative towards Portuguese fans. It could make an individual feel scared that Portugal have a chance of winning because they keep on talking about how good Ronaldo is.

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Emily Wu's comment, June 24, 2014 12:24 AM
Ronaldo himself is a good player but America isn't bad either.
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tim_cahill's photo on Instagram (A moment I will never forget.
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In this picture, we can see Tim Cahill scoring a goal that made Australia's score even with Netherlands. The messages conveyed are positive as all the Socceroos fans were blasting with joy. Australia's joy is evident in the comments of the picture. This picture is a memory of Tim Cahill scoring and will always make a true Socceroos fan smile. This picture could make individuals celebrate as Tim Cahill is Australia's top Fifa world cup scorer.

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FIFA World Cup: Brazil Exhales—And Croatia Fumes - Wall Street Journal

FIFA World Cup: Brazil Exhales—And Croatia Fumes - Wall Street Journal | Fifa Wold Cup | Scoop.it
Wall Street Journal
FIFA World Cup: Brazil Exhales—And Croatia Fumes
Wall Street Journal
If 31 teams arrived in Brazil terrified of the home team, the Brazilians did plenty to assuage their fears in the opening match of the 2014 World Cup.
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In this article, it talks about how Brazil won to Croatia with a score of 3-1. It summarizes the match including who scored which goals. The article states the reactions that occurred to all of the important parts of the match. The article includes some information that you wouldn't know if you just watched the match. This article is good if you didn't watch the match as it tell you the interesting and the important parts of the game. The message in this article is neither positive or negative. It tells the reader everything that happened and therefore allows the reader to decide how they feel about the issue. It is really dependent on which team the reader goes for. 

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World Cup 2014: Cristiano Ronaldo wears knee brace in Portugal ...

World Cup 2014: Cristiano Ronaldo wears knee brace in Portugal ... | Fifa Wold Cup | Scoop.it
Brazil: Cristiano Ronaldo again wore a brace on his troublesome left knee Friday, triggering a new wave of questions over his health as his Portugal team held it final World Cup training session before departing for a crucial ...
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In this article, it talks about how Cristiano Ronaldo was injured even before the world cup. His team played against Germany and are playing again on the 23rd of June against USA and the 27th of June against Ghana. It talks about how Cristiano Ronaldo did less training than the others and if he is well enough to play. It also talks about how much of a talented player he is. The messages conveyed are positive towards Cristiano Ronaldo fans. In the text it talks about some of his achievements in a positive light. It does however talk about people who argue that Ronaldo is not well enough to play.

Many people might not have known about this so and this may change their views on Portugal and Ronaldo. Also people may make their own assumptions on whether Ronaldo will be well enough to play or not judging on this article.

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Metra Ansari's comment, June 24, 2014 12:26 AM
I AM VERY DISSAPOINTED ANAMAUI LATU
Gurleen Kaur Kaloti's comment, June 24, 2014 12:30 AM
As said above Cristiano Renaldo was injured before the world cup started. Although he is a well known player he should have not been aloud to play against any of the teams due to the injury. This message is a bad example on those who have injuries but still play. Don't you won't to prevent injuries, because I'm sure that's not what Ronaldo wants. He missed so many scoring goals against USA. This is because he is over confident. And without a doubt he has bad attitude by refusing to shake any USA players hand. So in my point of view if you have an Injury don't go playing without having a healthy leg.
Metra Ansari's comment, June 24, 2014 12:35 AM
He is fit enough to play as said by his coach. People have no right to jusdge him on his decisions. It is his right.
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Cahill confirms World Cup career is over

Cahill confirms World Cup career is over | Fifa Wold Cup | Scoop.it
Tim Cahill, suspended for the game against Spain, has confirmed he has played his last World Cup game for Australia.
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In this interview with Tim Cahill, Tim Cahill is talking about how its not about him but it's about the Socceroos. He talks about how he is exited about the future and that if they beat Spain, it will be one of the biggest moments in Australian history. He talks about how he felt when he was scoring against Netherlands and how he did it. The message conveyed is positive as Tim Cahill is talking about how good Australia is doing and how good they can become. This article may make an individual feel hopeful and encourage support for the Socceroos.

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Emily Wu's comment, June 24, 2014 12:34 AM
This is a rather positive piece of news as the socceroos are pitied about because one of their best members would not be able to play in the World Cup ever again. However, this article also encourages the socceroos to continue with their excellent performance in the World Cup.