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World Cup 2014: Highlights, lowlights and surprises
World Cup 2014: Highlights, lowlights and surprises

Thirty-one days, 64 games, 12 cities, 171 goals and one bizarre assault, with Uruguay's Luis Suarez biting an Italian opponent. This World Cup had it all. Brazil, the host country, proved to be better at party planning than at soccer (who would have guessed that two months ago?), U.S. goalkeeper Tim Howard stopped more shots than Kevlar and Argentine superstar Lionel Messi once again came up short, while Germany once again came out on top. So before we leave Brazil, here's a look back at 10 memorable moments, in no particular order: Suarez leaves his mark Suarez already had the nickname "The Cannibal" before this World Cup.While playing for club teams in Europe he...

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