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The 2014 World Cup was not short on talking points, drama or magic. Just look at Sunday's final.
The World Cup upheld its reputation for offering the most dramatic of entertainment on Sunday as the Netherlands advanced to the quarterfinals with a last-gasp win over Mexico.
After 15 straight days of relentless World Cup action - and there has been plenty of action - we have a moment to exhale before the start of the knockout round.
Luis Suarez's ability as a footballer cannot be questioned.
There is little debate that Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are the two greatest players in the world.
If the 2014 World Cup has taught us anything, it's that we should expect the unexpected.
Spain came to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup with the hope of making history.
One of the biggest stories in the approach of the World Cup was the growing number of international stars who would be unable to compete due to injury.