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The Netherlands ended Costa Rica’s thrilling run through the 2014 World Cup in a most Krul and unusual way. With the quarterfinal clash scoreless into its 120th minute and headed for a penalty shootout, Dutch coach Louis van Gaal made a bold substitution that paid off for his side: Reserve goalkeeper Tim Krul came on to replace starter Jasper Cillessen in net. The rangy 6′ 3″ reserve keeper produced two diving saves to help the Netherlands prevail 4-3 in the penalty shootout at Arena Fonte Nova in Salvador on Saturday.

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Playing against the host nation at the 2014 World Cup doesn’t mean just contending with Brazil’s star-studded lineup in front of a vocal partisan crowd. It also means, apparently, fending off Brazil’s winged insects

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Clint Dempsey thought his nose was broken. Nobody who saw the bloodied visage of the U.S

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The 2014 FIFA World Cup started this past Thursday, causing the Internet to implode. Even non-soccer lovers got in one the action, commenting on the truly important things about the game. “The World Cup is the time I’m most aware of the fact that humans, globally, have awful taste in music and worse taste in tattoos,” Erin Gloria Ryan tweeted

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Filed under: Fútbol , Fútbol Español Iker Casillas ha sido, en los últimos años, una figura indispensable para la selección española de fútbol, por lo destacado de sus actuaciones y el buen desempeño que tiene al defender la portería de ‘La Roja’ . Es considerado hoy día como el futbolista español más internacional, sólo comparado con el gran ícono Zubizarreta. Casillas es el jugador que más veces ha vestido la camiseta de la selección española (¿será por eso que Sara Carbonero se enamoró de él?) en toda su historia.

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