World Cup Diary / Black Stars shine, but Messi still the star attraction
Ghana and Iran came so close to upstaging their big-name rivals.
A pattern has emerged from the three daily group games at this year’s World Cup. The first game is generally low-key for an hour as the sides grapple with the heat, humidity and expectations. Then, it explodes into life after one team scores. The second game – the main feature – is a rip-roaring or dramatic encounter (think France vs. Switzerland, Uruguay vs. England). And the third game is a bit of...
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