Spain - group B - World Cup 2014 Brazil Goals

Spain Edged Iran in a Hard Fought Battle
Spain opened their chance in advancing into the knock out stage of FIFA World Cup 2018 following their slender 1-0 victory over Iran on Wednesday. Needing a win to open their path into the second round, La Furia Roja immediately took control of the game with their possession based football.
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Spain Ready to Take Down Iran for Three Points in World Cup 2018
Only managed to pick up one point from their opening group game against Portugal, Spain are in dire needs for three points and they are keen on acquiring this Wednesday against Iran.
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Ronaldo’s Lovely Free-kick Confirmed His Prowess for Portugal
Portugal skipper and super star, Cristiano Ronaldo, never seems to stop stunning football fans with his wonderful goal scoring qualities. He once again proved his ability in the biggest stage, following his hat-trick against Spain on Friday, which helped his side in getting an important point.
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Cristiano Ronaldo’s Heroic Rescued a Point for Portugal
Cristiano Ronaldo never seems to stop showcasing his quality as he has just netted a hat-trick that rescued his national team, Portugal from a potential defeat against Spain. Playing in their opening group game fixture, Selecao das Quinas had a roller coaster feel from going up twice and almost losing it, before Ronaldo salvaged a 3-3 draw with his majestic equalizing goal.
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Spain to Forget Coaching Controvercy as They Face Portugal
Spain national team suddenly finding themselves in such intriguing problem just before they start their World Cup 2018 campaign with Julen Lopetegui's firing as their head coach, who was then replaced by Fernando Hierro.
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Spain Appointed Hierro as Head Coach for World Cup 2018
Just shortly after announcing the sacking of Julen Lopetegui as their head coach, Spain national team immediately picked a replacement, appointing former Real Madrid defender Fernando Hierro as their boss in Russia.
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Spain Shockingly Sacked Lopetegui as Head Coach
A shocking twist arrived from Spanish national team camp as their football federation have surprisingly sacked Julen Lopetegui as their head coach, just a day before world cup opener.
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Madrid Chose Lopetegui as New Boss
Real Madrid didn't keen on waiting until World Cup 2018 before clearing the coaching situation as Los Blancos have officially announced that they're taking Spanish head coach, Julen Lopetegui as their new boss.
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Neymar Highlighted Brazil’s Victory, Spain Held in Friendlies
World Cup 2018 is getting closer and every nations continuing their preparation with international friendly matches, including the top national teams such as Brazil and Spain. Playing in neutral ground, Selecao showcasing why they are considered as one of the favorites to win the tournament with a pretty comfortable 2-0 win over fellow World Cup participant, Croatia.
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No Morata, Mata and Fabregas In Spain World Cup Squad
One of the favorites to win the upcoming World Cup 2018, Spain, have released their final 23-players for the tournament and some famous names didn't make the cut. Several top players who were eventually left out by Julen Lopetegui includes the likes of Alvaro Morata, Juan Mata, Cesc Fabregas along with Marcos Alonso, who has been brilliant for Chelsea this season.
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Isco Lacking Confidence in Madrid
Struggling to get regular starting spot at Real Madrid so far this season, Isco found himself shinning brightly on his stint with Spain national team during recent international break.
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VAR Controversy Sparked England-Italy, Argentina Embarrassed by Spain
Interesting results occurred in several midweek international friendlies, notably the matches between England against Italy along with Spain's battle with Argentina. Three Lions were left with a slight bitter taste as they're potential home win over Gli Azzurri only turned into a draw following controversial VAR decision late in that game.
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Mata Ensured that Man United Still Believe in Title Race
Manchester City's 4-3 defeat from Liverpool last weekend seems to trigger hope from Manchester United players, notably Juan Mata who remain confident that his side are still in for a shot at this season's Premier League title.
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