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"I'm OK; I am not and was not hospitalised," the retired player said on Instagram.
Euronews brings you breaking news and trending stories from Wednesday, June 27.
Uruguay defeated Russia in a 3-0 win.
Sweden's Durmaz racially abused for a mistake that led to German win
Colombia thrashed Poland with a 3-0 win, eliminating Poland out of the World Cup.
In a closely contended match, Japan and Senegal draw 2-2.
Nigeria were on the attack and beat Iceland 2-0 in the World Cup.
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Two Iceland football fans have paid homage to the spirit of the Vikings by travelling 5,000 kilometres to watch their team play in the World Cup
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A shortage of carbon dioxide gas in Northern Europe has left beer and soft drinks producers struggling to meet demand, according to an industry magazine.
The match marked the first time that Poland had faced Senegal in any competition, and Senegal’s first World Cup since 2002, when they finished seventh.
The final group of Group H gets underway as Colombia takes on Japan.
Follow our live updates as England takes on Tunisia in the second game of Group G at the Volgograd Arena.
Uruguay Friday won their first World Cup group-stage game since 1970, as Jose Gimenez scored the all-important goal.
Fans mobbed the Moscow fan zone on Thursday, cheering and shouting ahead of the first match of the FIFA 2018 World Cup.
As the World Cup kicks off in Moscow, Amnesty International's Stefan Simanowitz reflects on the similarities between the beautiful game and international human rights.
Here's a roundup of the World Cup opener.
Who scored the first ever hat trick? Which player was shot following an own goal? If you think you know all this and more, our 20 question World Cup trivia quiz is for you. Test your knowledge here.