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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.
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The final group of Group H gets underway as Colombia takes on Japan.
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Uruguay Friday won their first World Cup group-stage game since 1970, as Jose Gimenez scored the all-important goal.
Fan festivities hit fever pitch in Moscow
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As it happened: Russia crush Saudi Arabia 5-0 in World Cup opener
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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.
Thai elephants kicked off an anti-gambling campaign in Thailand
Nine elephants, painted with flags of countries competing in the 2018 event in Russia, played a 15-minute football match to raise awareness against illegal gambling
World Cup 2018: how to follow England
Want the insider's guide on how to follow England? Here we help you with the players to watch out for and the songs to sing.
Russia's spectacular stadiums await World Cup kick-off
The Saint-Petersburg Stadium is thought to be one of the most expensive sporting arenas ever assembled, the 67,000-seater costing almost €1 billion.
Argentina pull out of Jerusalem match against Israel
After pressure from Palestinians, Argentina won't play in Jerusalem.
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England v Nigeria: what we learned
England played a friendly against Nigeria before jetting off to the World Cup in Russia.
Moscow university students protest World Cup noise
World Cup fever is mounting in much of the world but these students at Moscow State University are not going football crazy.
Spain names its World Cup squad
Spains 23-man World Cup squad has been announced with some surprises.
Premier League stars criticised for helping Erdogan's 'propaganda'
There have been calls for Arsenal's Mesut Ozil and Manchester City's İlkay Gündoğan to be excluded from Germany's World Cup squad after posing for photos with Turkey's controversial President.