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 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
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Didier Dechamps moved one step closer to becoming only the third person to win the World Cup as a player and a coach when his France team defeated tow time champions Uruguay 2-0 in the first quarter final of the FIFA World Cup in on Friday.

Goals either side of half time from defender Raphael Varane and midfielder Antoine Griezmann eased the 1998 champions in the Tuesday’s semifinal in St. Petersburg.

Uruguay started on the front foot with Stuani the replacement for Edinson Cavani forcing the first save out of Hugo Loris who punched away a header after a Uruguay corner.

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
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Edinson Cavani inspired Uruguay to a 2-1 win over Portugal in their round of 16 World Cup tie on Saturday with two fantastic strikes. Cavani set the South Americans on their way when he headed home early, only for Pepe to equalize, also with a header shortly after half time. Cavani then scored the winner with just under half hour to play to seal the win and get his team into the quarter finals.

 |  Written by Marvin Walters  |  0
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The Ex- Queens Park Rangers man, Mauricio Isla, fired Chile into the lead with a wonder strike 10 minutes from time which turned out to be the game winner as he set up a clash with either Bolivia or Peru in the last four of the Copa America.

Isla's 80th minute strike was enough to see off nine-man Uruguay at the Estadio Nacional. The win pushed them through to the semi-finals of the Copa America.

The full-back drove his shot low into the corner to settle an ill-tempered encounter which saw both Edinson Cavani and Jorge Fucile dismissed in the second half.

 |  Written by Yashiema Love  |  0

Photo: James Rodriguez celebrates his second goal agaisnt Uruguay, he is now the leading goal scorer in the World Cup with 5 goals. (Getty Images)

Colombia's 22 year old Monaco playmaker James Rodriguez produced another master class at the World Cup where he scored twice to give Colombia a big 2-0 victory over Copa America Champions Uruguay. The 5ft 11in left footed genius scored perhaps the best goal of the tournament in the first half then finished off an excellent team move to book a date for Los Cafeteros with Brazil in the quarter-finals.

 |  Written by Yashiema Love  |  0

Photo: James Rodriguez has three goals in the World Cup so far. (Getty Images)

Another epic battle looms in game two of "South American Saturday" as the knock -out round begins in the FIFA World Cup. The impressive Colombians will take on a Uruguay team that is reeling from the suspension of star striker Luis Suarez. Los Cafeteros has been the best South American team on show thus far despite the absence of star striker Radamel Falcao and they will hope to improve on their performances in order to go as far a possible.

 |  Written by Delano Campbell  |  0

Photo: Italy (Getty Images)


Group D

The FIFA World Cup has over the years always manage to create the dreadful "Group of Death" and the  2014 World Cup in Brazil is no exception. Set up for fire works in the group stages, Group D features the first ever back to back champions in Uruguay, The ever popular but unpredictable England, many time champions of the world, Italy and the men from Concocaf, Costa Rica.