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The Official Website of the FIFA World Cup™ - FIFA.com

The Official Website of the FIFA World Cup™  - FIFA.com | The Brazil World Cup | Scoop.it
The Official Website of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™
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This site will give you all the latest highlights of the Fifa game that happened yesterday 23th and that once again Australia lost the game and Spain won. 

But there are more teams and their scores

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Chile vs. Australia: Final score 3-1, Chile clinch surprisingly tight game

Chile vs. Australia: Final score 3-1, Chile clinch surprisingly tight game | The Brazil World Cup | Scoop.it
A surprisingly close and wonderful game was the result when Chile played Australia, with the South Americans just scraping a 3-1 win.
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All it's about is the game between Australia and Chile and Australia lost that game 1-3 and that was their first game in the world cup. I hope they do better further in the game and play more than 3 games in the hole world cup. 

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Anti-World Cup protests in Brazilian cities mark countdown to kick-off

Anti-World Cup protests in Brazilian cities mark countdown to kick-off | The Brazil World Cup | Scoop.it
Protesters in São Paulo try to block the road to the stadium while in Rio de Janeiro 1000 people march with 'Fifa go home' banners
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Chile's Vidal set to face Socceroos | The World Game

Chile's Vidal set to face Socceroos | The World Game | The Brazil World Cup | Scoop.it
Chile coach Jorge Sampaoli has declared key midfielder Arturo Vidal fit for what he's termed its 2014 FIFA World Cup 'final' against Australia.
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Spain v Australia, World Cup 2014: as it happened - Telegraph

Spain v Australia, World Cup 2014: as it happened - Telegraph | The Brazil World Cup | Scoop.it
Australia vs Spain, World Cup 2014: Latest news, updates and score with our live minute-by-minute match report of the World Cup Group B game at Arena da Baixada, Curitiba on Monday 23 June 2014, kick-off 17.00 (BST)
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All this post is about the game that happened last night between Australia and Spain and unfortunately Australia lost 0-3 from Spain and it was a pretty bad loss and I think that they could have done better and if they had won this game than they could have made it to the next game. But they didn't and they lost and they are out of the world cup and they might be coming back to Australia by the end of this week. nothing is confirmed yet. 

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Gurleen Kaur Kaloti's comment, June 24, 2014 12:51 AM
Australia played a good game, but not good enough. If they had more strength and stamina may be they could have got a goal. The most thing that let them down was the layout.
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Brazil vs Croatia: 2014 FIFA World Cup live scores, blog | The Roar

Brazil vs Croatia: 2014 FIFA World Cup live scores, blog | The Roar | The Brazil World Cup | Scoop.it
Football: Game Summary FULL TIME: Final score from Sao Paulo, it's Brazil 3 – 1 Croatia Brazil celebrate, and it is an opening day win that was promised, and has bee
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OMG can't believe that Brazil won love you guys they were playing agents Croatia and Brazil won 3-1 

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Socceroos must use their own weapons | The World Game

Socceroos must use their own weapons | The World Game | The Brazil World Cup | Scoop.it
Patience and pace should be Australia's weapons of choice in its 2014 FIFA World Cup opener against Chile on Saturday (AEST), says Socceroos great Stan Lazaridis.
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I hope Australia wins some games and maybe  

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Spiranovic: We will have no fear

Spiranovic: We will have no fear | The Brazil World Cup | Scoop.it
Matt McKay, Matthew Spiranovic and Mile Jedinak chat to FIFA.com and FIFA TV about the benefit of being familiar with Ange Postecoglou’s style and how being written off could work in Australia’s favour.
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