FIFA World Cup 2018: Serbian footballers Nemanja Matic and Aleksandar Kolarov considering international future after tournament exit
Serbian footballers Nemanja Matic and Aleksandar Kolarov are considering retirement following Serbia's exit from the World Cup after defeat against Brazil.
Defending champions Germany dumped out of World Cup after shock loss to South Korea; Brazil ease into knockouts
On day 14 of the FIFA World Cup 2018. defending champions Germany were eliminated after losing to South Korea, while Brazil qualified by putting two goals past Serbia.
Brazil will be without Douglas Costa when they face Serbia on 27 June, with the Juventus midfielder picking up a thigh injury against Costa Rica.
Brazil star Neymar has come under criticism for diving in Friday's match against Costa Rica, and was given a booking for repeatedly protesting refereeing decisions.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Coach Tite takes a tumble as he celebrates Brazil's dramatic late win over Costa Rica
Brazil coach Tite took a glorious tumble in the aftermath of Philippe Coutinho's dramatic late goal in the 91st minute of Brazil's match against Costa Rica.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Tite puts faith in Brazil stars as Neymar confirmed for game against Costa Rica in spite of injury
Neymar will begin Brazil's match against Costa Rica in spite of limping out of training with an injury in the build up to the game. Tite has backed the team's star players to perform, insisting that he isn't taking a risk by starting Neymar.
FIFA World Cup 2018: When and where to watch Day 9 matches, coverage on TV and live streaming on SonyLIV
Here is all you need to know about when and where to watch FIFA World Cup matches being played on 22 June, including Brazil vs Costa Rica and Nigeria vs Iceland.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Australia Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull intervenes after repeated glitches in match broadcasts
Australian prime minister Malcolm Turnbull spoke to the chief executive of Optus, the company with exclusive streaming rights in Australia, after disruptions in broadcast.
FIFA World Cup 2018: Branislav Ivanovic to become Serbia's most capped player in opener against Costa Rica
Branislav Ivanovic will make his 104th appearance for Serbia in their World Cup opener against Costa Rica, making him the country's most capped player.