World Cup

VIDEO: The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The 'Group Of Death'

The United States Men's National Soccer Team finds themselves in the 2014 FIFA World Cup's hardest group, Group G: "The Group of Death." Michael J. Duarte gives us the guide to how team USA can navigate the hardest group in the tournament and into the knockout round.
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    POLL: Will Iran Upset Nigeria?
    Nigeria come in as favorites to win the match against the stubborn Iran side who will look to counter. As both teams will view this match as a must-win, expect free flowing, attacking football. The Nigerians will need to reverse their current run of poor form if they wish to see the knockout rounds, while the Iranians will need a few miracles to advance to the next stage.
  • VIDEO: Jurgen Klinsmann Is the Right Man To Beat Ghana
    USMNT Coach Jurgen Klinsmann has been mired in controversy since taking over as coach in 2011. However, the German coach has a plan to get team USA out of the group of death and into starts today.

PREVIEW: Bring On The Group Of Death

Team USA meets Ghana for the third consecutive World Cup on Monday. The US was eliminated by Ghana in the 2006 and 2010 World Cups, respectively. Can the Americans rewrite history? Or will the Black Stars prevail again?

Klose Is 2 Goals Away From History

Germany's Miroslav Klose is one the best striker's the game has ever seen. With 14 World Cup Goals, he is just 2 away from Brazil's Ronaldo for the all-time World Cup record.

Preview: Germany vs. Portugal

Germany will face Portugal four the fourth time in as many tournaments. In what will surely be one of the most exciting opening games of the group stage, Ronaldo and co. will look to get Portugal off to the right start. Germany which has one of the strongest squads in the entire tournament will need to play at the top of their game to get a result from the Portuguese.

VIDEO: Benzema Blasts Two Goals, French Win

France's Karim Benzema should have had a had trick as he blasted three goals past Honduras goalkeeper, Noel Valladares. After first every 2014 FIFA World Cup Replay Review however, his 2nd goal was reversed to an own goal. France beats Honduras 3-0.

PREVIEW: France Vs. Honduras

In their first ever meeting, France squares off against Honduras, in a match that has more attention surrounding the French player who will not be on the pitch, Franck Ribery. Can France beat a weaker Honduras squad without him? Or will Honduras upset Les Bleus?