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South Korea’s upset victory over Germany, the World Cup’s defending champion, had fans chanting in the streets — in Mexico.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Hundreds of Mexico soccer fans danced and cheered outside the South Korean embassy in Mexico City on Wednesday, grateful after the Asian country's victory over Germany guaranteed the national team a spot in the knock-out stages of the World Cup.
YEKATERINBURG, Russia — An ecstatic roar thundered across the stands in the tense closing moments of the Mexico-Sweden game Wednesday. A joyful storm of unidentifiable liquids and debris hurtled through the air. Mexican spectators pumped their fists and hugged one another tightly.
WUHAN, China (Reuters) - Female tennis players still do not receive the credit they deserve for putting on top-quality matches, according to British number one Johanna Konta.
LONDON (Reuters) - Factbox on Frenchman Jerome Champagne, one of five candidates standing for the FIFA presidency in an election on Feb. 26:
(Reuters) - A factbox on Jerome Champagne, a 55-year-old Frenchman who held senior positions at world soccer's governing body FIFA before leaving the organisation in 2010 and announced on Monday he will stand in next year's FIFA presidential elections.
LONDON (Reuters) - A factbox on Jerome Champagne, a 55-year-old Frenchman who held senior positions at world soccer's governing body FIFA before leaving the organisation in 2010 and is set to stand in next year's FIFA presidential elections.
Five Haitian players in the Under-17 World Cup-bound national team who mysteriously disappeared during a stopover in New York returned home on Friday, the government said as it announced a probe into the embarrassing incident.
India won't be allowed to import tigers and elephants to Australia for next year's Commonwealth Games closing ceremony at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, organisers said yesterday.