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2dAdriana Garcia

Brazil call up eight Prem-based players for WCQ

Brazil coach Tite has included eight Premier League-based players for next month's World Cup qualifiers at Venezuela, Colombia and Uruguay.

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South America's Prem stars won't face FIFA ban

Premier League clubs which blocked South American players from traveling to World Cup qualifiers will be able to play them this weekend.

Alejandro Moreno amazed by Lionel Messi's hat trick vs. Bolivia (1:46)
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16dAdriana Garcia

Neymar demands more respect from Brazil fans

Neymar has said he doesn't get the respect he deserves from the Brazilian media and fans after breaking a new record for the national team.

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17dReuters

Messi takes Pele's goals record in Argentina win

Lionel Messi scored a hat-trick to give Argentina a 3-0 win over Bolivia, moving him above Pele as South America's top male all-time scorer.

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Messi breaks Pele's South American goals record

Argentina's Lionel Messi has surpassed the record set by Brazil legend Pele for the most international goals scored by a South American man.

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19dJames Olley

Sources: Spurs to fine duo for unauthorised trip

Spurs are set to fine Cristian Romero and Giovani Lo Celso after they travelled without permission to play for Argentina, sources have told ESPN.

Why did Brazil & Argentina think they could play? (1:20)
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21dReuters

Uruguay excel with 4-2 win over Bolivia

Giorgian de Arrascaeta scored twice as Uruguay beat Bolivia 4-2 on Sunday to boost their chances of qualifying for the World Cup.