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The two seem to be perpetually in each other's orbits, but one has started the World Cup better and one needs work.
Argentina's Lionel Messi had a penalty saved by Iceland goalkeeper Hannes Por Halldorsson, but Sergio Aguero says the team will continue to support him and the miss shows he is human.
While Cristiano Ronaldo bagged a hat trick in his World Cup opener, Lionel Messi could only miss a penalty as Argentina was held by Iceland.
Mexico fan Beto Granados missed the 1986 tournament for the birth of his son. Now both men are watching El Tri in Russia.
France snatched a 2-1 victory over Australia in a game that saw them awarded the first VAR penalty decision in World Cup history.
Sleep patterns, nutrition, recovery protocols, even the temperature of the drinking water: Suffice to say, France is leaving nothing to chance.
It's Derrick Henry's turn to be the lead back, but Tennessee didn't sign Dion Lewis to be a change-of-pace reserve. Said Lewis: "We can both eat."
If Mike Trout, J.D. Martinez or even Scooter Gennett had their best day -- every day -- how high would their WAR be? Get your calculators ready.
Here's how history was made in the France vs. Australia World Cup game on Saturday when an intervention by VAR led to a penalty.
Padres manager Andy Green was ejected for arguing with umpire Joe West, but he got in a parting shot as he exited Friday's game in Atlanta.
Everybody is chasing Dustin Johnson at this U.S. Open. Do they have chance? Sure. Will it be easy? History says absolutely not.
Heading into the North American League of Legends Championship Series Summer Split, we look at who could become representatives in the world championships this fall.
Yankees GM Brian Cashman has reached out to several teams to see what it will take to land a starting pitcher, but he was quick to say that rookie Gleyber Torres would not be part of any trade talks.
Former NFL player Kellen Winslow II remained jailed with no bail Friday in California after pleading not guilty to charges of rape and other sex crimes.
Urban Meyer said Dwayne Haskins will be the starting quarterback heading into preseason camp but will compete with fellow sophomore Tate Martell.
"At this level, the devil is in the details. And sometimes he makes you pay." Spain knew Cristiano Ronaldo would be a threat, and so it proved as the Real Madrid star scored three times.
A former Philadelphia Eagles secretary, who was fired by former coach Chip Kelly, was presented with a Super Bowl ring during the team's ring ceremony on Thursday.
His coach says everybody has it all wrong -- Johnson isn't dumb. He has the game and the mind for another U.S. Open title.
A goal-filled second half also saw history: The first VAR-assisted goal ever at the World Cup that initially put France on top.