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Monday, June 23, 2014

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The skipper cut a dejected figure after his team's final match at Brazil 2014, left to rue tiredness and the mistakes that were ruthlessly punished by Spain
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David Villa and Andres Iniesta inspired La Roja to their first points in Group B, with the former netting a goal on his final appearance for Spain, against a plucky Socceroos side
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Vicente del Bosque's men swept aside the Socceroos to secure third place in Group B, with their elimination already having been assured
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The Barcelona midfielder will start against Australia to become the ninth player to reach 100 caps for the reigning European champions
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With the second set of matches over, Goal takes a look at which teams are qualified, which ones are going home and which are still battling to make the knockout stages

Sunday, June 22, 2014

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The goalkeeper has hit back at critics following their World Cup exit, by pointing to their incredible success in recent years
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Vicente Del Bosque's side were sent crashing out of the World Cup against Chile last time out, with the Socceroos looking to add to their woes
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The Socceroos may be heading home, but they are aiming to cause an upset before they leave by inflicting further misery onto the deposed world champions
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After a hugely disappointment showing Spain close with - in theory - their simplest group game and Phil Kitromilides believes they can win by two clear goals against Australia
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The eliminated champions have been embarrassed in Brazil and will look to avoid a final humiliation against the Socceroos before they go home

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

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Group B delivered one of the most memorable days of the World Cup so far as the holders were dumped out, along with Australia, while the stage is set for England in Sao Paulo
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The striker is disappointed that suspension will rule him out of the clash with Chile but was happy to get on the scoresheet again
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The Oranje fought to a 3-2 victory over Australia and the coach was thrilled with how his attackers - and specifically Robin van Persie - ensured back-to-back World Cup wins
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The coach felt his players deserved to take something from a hugely entertaining contest, which was decided by the intervention of super-sub Memphis Depay
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Louis van Gaal's men failed to match the standards set in the victory over Spain, but did just about enough to overcome a dangerous Australia side
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The Oranje have moved to within touching distance of qualification for the knockout stages after a close victory against a spirited Socceroos side

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

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The incoming Manchester United manager is confident his players are not getting ahead of themselves prior to their clash with Australia on Wednesday
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Sitting back against the Oranje is a recipe for disaster, according to the Socceroos boss, who knows his team will have to improve from their Chile showing
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The Socceroo, who will step into the void left by his injured colleague against Oranje this week, told Goal all about the pressure that comes with playing at the back