1. Switzerland Return to Type Against Argentina but Have Great Hope for the Future

    Against Argentina, we saw the Switzerland we'd been expecting to see all through the World Cup. They were incredibly organised and highly committed. However, despite their best efforts, it did not prove enough to secure a quarter-final place...

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  2. Xherdan Shaqiri and Switzerland Next in Series of World Cup Surprise Packages

    Switzerland and star winger Xherdan Shaqiri ran one of the World Cup favourites incredibly close in a frenetic 1-0 loss to Argentina on Tuesday, as the European side proved their credentials as one of the tournament's many surprise packages...

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  3. Switzerland Eliminated but Can Look Towards a Brighter, More Attacking Future

    Switzerland's 2014 FIFA World Cup is over. Having smothered the life out of Lionel Messi and Co. for almost 118 minutes, Angel di Maria's late strike sealed Argentina's passage through...

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  4. Blerim Dzemaili's Double Miss Is Heartbreaking

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  5. Xherdan Shaqiri Gives Cheeky Wink Before Switzerland-Argentina at the World Cup

    Switzerland's Xherdan Shaqiri has had a great World Cup thus far, so it's little wonder he was feeling confident before their last-16 clash with Argentina. Check out this cheeky little wink he gave to the cameras...

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  6. Ottmar Hitzfeld Must Make Key Changes in Midfield for Switzerland vs. Argentina

    Switzerland's stay at the 2014 FIFA World Cup relies on them pulling off a major upset and knocking out one of the tournament's heavyweights, in Argentina...

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  7. 5 Things for Switzerland to Take out of Their World Cup Group Stage Games

    MANAUS — Xherdan Shaqiri 's hat-trick against Honduras ensured that Switzerland could afford to look back at the 2014 World Cup group stage fondly, having qualified in second place...

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  8. Honduras vs. Switzerland: 6 Things We Learned

    Switzerland dispatched Honduras 3-0 to escape their World Cup group and qualify for the second round. Their "prize," if you can call it that, is a daunting tie with Argentina. Xherdan Shaqiri grabbed a hat-trick and subsequently the headlines...

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  9. Xhaka: We're Better Than Honduras

    Analysis and a post-match inquest were vital items on the agenda at Switzerland's team hotel in Porto Seguro over the last few days...

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  10. Honduras vs. Switzerland: Date, Time, Live Stream, TV Info and World Cup Preview

    Switzerland take on Honduras as the curtain comes down on Group E in Manaus, with the Swiss needing a favour from France to progress...

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  11. Key Battles That Will Shape Switzerland's Clash with Honduras

    Switzerland face Honduras in their final group game of the 2014 World Cup. There is more at stake for the Swiss than the Hondurans. Honduras are effectively out of the tournament...

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  12. Why Valon Behrami Is Under Most Pressure for Switzerland Following France Loss

    Salvador, Brazil— After Switzerland’s 5-2 World Cup defeat against France, an inquest feels inevitable. This was more than a mere loss: This was a symbolic public humiliation...

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  13. Swiss Defender off After Kick to Face

    Steve Von Bergen forced off after being kicked in the face by Olivier Giroud. Replaced by Philippe Senderos...

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  14. Ranking Switzerland's Top 6 World Cup Moments

    Switzerland’s World Cup is now underway. The occasion of their first match will have given Swiss fans cause for reflection upon their achievements in previous World Cup tournaments...

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  15. Super Subs Play Vital Role in Swiss Win

    Switzerland opened their 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ campaign with a victory, but it was a close-run as the Europeans struggled for long spells against a disciplined and pacey Ecuador side...

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  16. Seferovic: After the First Goal, We Got into the Game

    In his post-match interview, Seferovic spoke about the victory and his role as a super-sub, coming on in the 75th minute for his World Cup debut and snatching the victory from Ecuador...

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  17. Switzerland vs. Ecuador: 6 Things We Learned

    SALVADOR, BRAZIL— Switzerland have kicked off their World Cup with a priceless win over Ecuador. In a tight group also featuring France and Honduras, every point is precious...

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  18. Hitzfeld: Swiss Are Rejuvenated

    Switzerland coach Ottmar Hitzfeld believes his side are better, more creative and more attacking than four years ago when they stunned eventual FIFA World Cup™ winners Spain....

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  19. Switzerland's Key Weapon and Achilles Heel at 2014 World Cup

    SALVADOR — Switzerland may not be one of the most talked about teams heading in to World Cup 2014, but they still have the potential required to emerge from Group E...

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  20. Drmic Performs Scissor-Kick into Swimming Pool from Shaqiri Cross

    As far as World Cup preparations go, it probably isn't the wisest pursuit – diving into a swimming pool to perform an acrobatic scissor-kick.....

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  21. Why Switzerland Made a Good Call Taking Josip Drmic over Eren Derdiyok

    The 2014 World Cup will be Ottmar Hitzfeld’s last as a manager before retiring. Typically, he has begun the final tournament of his career by making a bold call: The Switzerland ...

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  22. Xherdan Shaqiri Underlines His Value for Switzerland Against Peru

    The best players don't need long to make an impact. So it proved with Xherdan Shaqiri . The winger only played 26 minutes against Peru, but that was enough time to demonstrate his outstanding talent and win the match for Switzerland...

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  23. Switzerland vs. Peru: 6 Things We Learned

    Switzerland beat Peru 2-0 in their final friendly before the 2014 World Cup. A headed goal from Stephan Lichtsteiner was followed by a strike from substitute Xherdan Shaqiri...

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  24. Switzerland 2-0 Peru: Lichtsteiner and Shaqiri Strike to Earn Win

    Star forward Xherdan Shaqiri scored a rare right-footed goal to help Switzerland beat Peru 2-0 in its final World Cup warm-up match on Tuesday...

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  25. Switzerland Announce Lineup for Peru Friendly

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