1. England's Steven Gerrard Reached the End of His Road Against Uruguay

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  2. England Loses Consecutive World Cup Games for 1st Time Since 1950

    With Thursday's 2-1 loss at the hands of Uruguay, the English national soccer team has lost consecutive games at the World Cup for the first time since 1950, per ESPN's Paul Carr ...

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  3. Glenn Hoddle & Lee Dixon Lament 'Schoolboy' Error on Suarez's 2nd Goal

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  4. England Coach Roy Hodgson Devastated After 2-1 Defeat by Uruguay

    Roy Hodgson was left 'devastated' after England's 2-1 defeat by Uruguay left his team facing up to elimination from the World Cup at the group phase...

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  5. Roy Hodgson Vows Not to Quit Despite England World Cup Defeats

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  6. England's Best Player but Destined Never to Be a World Cup Great

    A rather cruel joke had gone viral on Twitter by half-time of last night's match against Uruguay. “Retweet,” said an account calling itself 'Footy Humour', “if you've scored the same amount of World Cup goals as Wayne Rooney ...

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  7. Uruguay's Luis Suárez Bides His Time Then Leaves His Mark on England

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  8. Gerrard Admits England Were Naive in How They Conceded Suarez's 2nd

    Steven Gerrard said tonight that England were naïve in pushing for a winning goal against Uruguay and in doing so losing the game, leaving them potentially heading out of the World Cup finals at the group stage...

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  9. England's World Cup Has Been a Failure, but Context Is Important

    After 180 minutes, England's knockout round fate is in Italy's hands, with the Three Lions' 2-1 loss to Uruguay meaning anything but an Azzurri win on Friday will send the former champions out...

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  10. Uruguay vs. England: 6 Things We Learned

    England's World Cup involvement hangs by a thread after two Luis Suarez goals on Thursday condemned them to their second defeat of the tournament...

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  11. England's World Cup Is All but over

    In past tournaments, England's demise has been a slow drawn-out affair, with the handwringing and the tears and the dreadful sense of foreboding. Brazil 2014 promises to be short and sweet...

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  12. Mario Balotelli Wants Kiss from the Queen If He Keeps England's World Cup Alive

    England are on the brink of elimination at the 2014 World Cup, but there is one man who may be able to save them: Mario Balotelli ...

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  13. England on Brink of Exit After 2-1 Defeat by Uruguay

    England's World Cup dream is hanging by a thread after Luis Suarez scored a goal in each half to earn Uruguay a 2-1 win in Group D in Sao Paulo...

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  14. England Sunk by Uruguay as Luis Suárez Makes His Mark

    After four years of planning, all that emotional commitment and all the anticipation that always attaches itself to this tournament, England's World Cup has unravelled in the space ...

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  15. England 1: Luis Suarez 2: The Best of the Early Memes & Photoshops

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  16. Hodgson: I Am Bitterly Disappointed

    Hodgson: "I am bitterly disappointed. We came with such high hopes and were not able to deliver, a major sadness...

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  17. Wayne Rooney Scores for England Against Uruguay at the World Cup

    ROOOOONEYYYYYY!! http://t.co/qeLfCD315s — Football Vines (@Vine_Football) June 19, 2014 Wayne Rooney scored his first goal in the World Cup finals but England were beaten 2-1 by Uruguay...

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  18. Rihanna Turns World Cup 2014 Analyst on Twitter, Challenges England

    The World Cup, they say, turns everyone into football experts for four weeks—and Rihanna is no exception...

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  19. Wayne Rooney Hits the Bar with Header for England vs. Uruguay at World Cup

    Wayne Rooney has never scored a World Cup goal. He's probably never come closer than this effort against Uruguay—a header from Steven Gerrard 's free-kick that hit the bar from close range...

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  20. England Fans Attacked by Hooligans in Sao Paulo

    England fans have been attacked by hooligans who threw explosives into their midst in a bar in Sao Paulo ahead of the match with Uruguay in the city.....

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  21. Chelsea Boss Mourinho Admits He'd Love to Manage England

    Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho admits he would love to manage England in the future - despite turning the job down in 2007.....

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  22. England's Obsession with Wayne Rooney Is Madness

    Two days before Valentine's Day 2003, Wayne Rooney made his debut for England (a 3-1 home defeat to Australia). The fact that 11 years and four months later there is still a raging Rooney debate is, frankly, extraordinary...

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  23. Pele Warns England Not to Place Too Much Responsibility on Wayne Rooney

    Brazil legend Pele believes Wayne Rooney should be one of the first names on the England team-sheet, but insists it is wrong to place too much responsibility on one player at a major tournament...

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  24. Uruguay vs. England: Three Lions Players Who Must Improve on Opening Performance

    After a crushing loss to Italy in their first game of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, England looks to gain three points against an Uruguay squad coming off a similar defeat at the hands of Costa Rica...

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  25. World Cup 2014: Rooney Debate Not About an 'Agenda' but What's Best for England

    At certain points during England's 2-1 defeat to Italy, Wayne Rooney was so ineffectual that it felt the debate about his place in the side would be not if he was dropped but who would replace him...

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