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Luiz Felipe Scolari was the last man to deliver a World Cup title to Brazil in 2002, so it only seemed appropriate that he would be charged with duplicating that accomplishment 12 years later on home soil.
There certainly aren't too many people who would have predicted that Greece and Costa Rica would meet up in the second round at this World Cup.
Miroslav Klose enters the 2014 World Cup one goal shy of tying the all-time record for most goals in the tournament's history, held by Brazilian great Ronaldo with 15.
Group D figured to be one of the more interesting groups at the 2014 World Cup, and after Saturday's results, things got a whole lot more intriguing.
In the aftermath of Spain's 5-1 implosion against the Netherlands on Friday, the phrase "changing of the guard" will be thrown around freely.
Expectations play a big role in sports. They can serve as a great motivator, inspiring a team to raise its level of play to meet a goal. Or they can be like an anchor, weighing a group down and preventing it from reaching its full potential.
As the biggest soccer star in Argentina since Diego Maradona, there is no way that Lionel Messi can escape the comparison.