The second round of games in the World Cup group stage is now under way. Find out what each nation has to do to qualify for the knockout stage.
Tite became the second coach to pick up an unexpected injury at the World Cup when he pulled a muscle celebrating Brazil's goal against Costa Rica.
The Mexican federation's fight to avoid possible sanctions tied to a controversial chant has El Tri crashing back to earth after its huge win.
Despite getting its World Cup off to a brilliant start, Mexico still faces numerous questions. We highlight the three most pressing for El Tri.
Xherdan Shaqiri scored a late winner to help Switzerland stun Serbia 2-1 in their second Group E game on Friday.
Jayaditya Gupta experiences the Icelandic Viking clap at the Volgograd Arena while also being impressed by the attendance figures so far in Russia.
Moscow's shops are stocking up on beer to slake the thirst of World Cup fans after some bars reported shortages.
Mexico coach Juan Carlos Osorio has urged his players not to fall into a "comfort zone" after opening the World Cup with a 1-0 victory vs. Germany.
Mexico midfielder Andres Guardado believes the 7-0 loss to Chile in the 2016 Copa America was a bonding moment for the team at the 2018 World Cup.
Nigeria's top players needed persuasion to change positions in a tactical shake-up but coach Gernot Rohr's plans paid dividends as they beat Iceland
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Football's world governing body FIFA said on Friday it was trying to identify fans shown fighting during Thursday's Argentina-Croatia match.
Iceland need to beat a Croatia side their coach Heimir Hallgrimsson described as being like the other half of a married couple to make the last 16.
It looked like VAR's penalty reversal would cap a difficult day for Neymar, but Brazil found a way vs. Costa Rica... and he found a goal.
After the shock loss to Mexico, Germany are facing an uphill battle to defend their World Cup title. But that won't deter manager Joachim Low.