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Sweden 1, South Korea 0
Sweden captain Andreas Granqvist converted a penalty kick in the 65th minute for the game’s only goal.
BRAZIL 1, SWITZERLAND 1
Brazil joined the list of big teams struggling to win their opening matches at the World Cup.
SERBIA 1, COSTA RICA 0
After David Guzman was handed a yellow card, Kolarov curled the ensuing free kick over the wall.
CROATIA 2, NIGERIA 0
The Real Madrid midfielder set up one goal and scored another.
DENMARK 1, PERU 0
Schmeichel made six saves in this Group C matchup.
FRANCE 2, AUSTRALIA 1
France was awarded a PK in the 58th minute after the ref used video replay. Later, goal-line technology confirmed a goal in the 81st minute.
ICELAND 1, ARGENTINA 1
Lionel Messi had a penalty kick saved with a typically tough Iceland making an impressive World Cup debut on Saturday.
An earlier starting time and less glamorous teams was cited as reasons for the drop off.
PORTUGAL 3, SPAIN 3
Ronaldo curled a late shot over the wall on a free kick to force the draw.
Chicken on plates, no problem. In the stadiums, not so much.
Cristiano Ronaldo became the fourth player to score in four World Cups and stroked his chin as he ran in celebration. The apparent message? I’m the GOAT, not Lionel Messi.
IRAN 1, MOROCCO 0
Morocco striker Aziz Bouhaddouz headed the ball into his own goal in injury time.
URUGUAY 1, EGYPT 0
Injured forward Mohamed Salah was on the bench for Egypt’s first World Cup game since 1990.
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With Vladimir Putin looking on, the hosts got off to a strong start as the tournament kicked off in Moscow.
A Russian lawmaker said she hopes Russian women will decide against casual relationships with foreign spectators that may end up in unplanned pregnancies.
Julen Lopetegui was fired after accepting a job to lead Real Madrid next season.
Brian Bilello believes that Gillette Stadium has a lot going for it as a potential site for 2026 games.
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The World Cup will air exclusively on Fox properties, beginning Thursday at 11 a.m. when host Russia faces Saudi Arabia.
Julen Lopetegui is out as Spain’s coach because he accepted a job to lead Real Madrid next season.
The joint bid by the United States, Canada, and Mexico was chosen over Morocco to stage the first 48-team World Cup.
The joint US-Canada-Mexico bid is the favorite heading into Wednesday’s vote.
Six games were played at Foxboro Stadium in 1994. Will Gillette Stadium host any matches in 2026?
The joint US-Canada-Mexico bid appears to be the favorite entering Wednesday morning’s vote.
The letters, part of an extensive, under-the-radar government effort, guaranteed that teams, officials, and fans will face no restrictions in entering the US.
Revolution at San Jose | 10:30 p.m. (NBCSB)
Wednesday night’s game at San Jose closes out a stretch of six games in 19 days for the Revolution.
In almost every iteration of the world tournament, one major contender is upset early.
Read up on all 32 teams in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Soccer’s biggest tournament kicks off Thursday in Russia, although the United States is only an observer this time around.
The 2018 World Cup has cost Russia billions of dollars to stage and will make FIFA hundreds of millions in profit.
The stadiums range from St. Petersburg to Sochi and its subtropical climate on the Black Sea coast.
REVOLUTION 1, FIRE 1
His strike in the 82nd minute earned the tie in Chicago and stretched New England’s unbeaten streak to four games.
US 1, FRANCE 1
The Americans scored in the 44th-minute with their first meaningful attack through forward Julian Green.
REVOLUTION AT FIRE | SATURDAY, 8:30 (NBCSB)
New England is coming off an Open Cup loss and has two games left before the World Cup break.
Louisville City FC 3, Revolution 2
The Revolution were eliminated from the US Open Cup, and Louisville beat an MLS team for the first time.
Perspective | Magazine
I love soccer, but don’t want to see our region stuck with unexpected costs, and boring qualifying games.
A FIFA panel forecast 2026 revenue of $14.3 billion from a North American bid and $7.2 billion from Morocco.
REVOLUTION 2, RED BULLS 1
Bunbury had the tie-breaking goal and assisted on Diego Fagundez’s game-tying goal for New England.
Alan Judge struck in the 90th minute to lead the Irish to victory in an exhibition match at Dublin.
The veteran defender tore an ACL during Wednesday’s tie with Atlanta.
RED BULLS AT REVOLUTION | SATURDAY, 7:30 (NBCSB)
New York will be a bit undermanned, with four players off with national teams.
Friedel will be inducted in October as part of the Class of 2018.
REVOLUTION 1, ATLANTA UNITED 1
Teal Bunbury equalized with an 88th-minute penalty kick.
ATLANTA AT REVOLUTION | WEDNESDAY, 7:30 (NBCSN)
After squandering a lead Saturday in Vancouver, they face the Eastern Conference leaders Wednesday.
US 3, Bolivia 0
Sargent, only 18 years, 102 days old, made an audacious interception of a goalkeeper’s pass to score in his international debut.
REVOLUTION 3, WHITECAPS 3
New England was up, 2-0, in the second half when Vancouver’s Cristian Techera scored three times to deny the Revolution.
REAL MADRID 3, LIVERPOOL 1
Gareth Bale‘s brilliance, Mohamed Salad’s injury and blunders by Liverpool’s goalkeeper led to the victory.