Belgian fans celebrate last minute win over Russia in World Cup

Rio de Janeiro, June 23 (ANI): Belgium fans were relieved as they filed out of Rio de Janeiro's Maracana after their side squeaked by Russia and into the last 16 of the World Cup. Divock Origi struck the game's only goal in the 88th minute securing a 1-0 victory over the Russians in a largely lifeless Group H match at the Maracana. The striker rifled in following great work from Eden Hazard just minutes after Kevin Mirallas crashed a free kick against the base of the Russian post to give Belgium six points from two games. The 73,000 fans that filled the stadium regularly booed both sides in the largely forgettable match, but Belgium fans said they would take the win. At just 19-years-old, Origi became the first teenager to score in the World Cup since Argentina's Lionel Messi in 2006 and is the youngest to find the net at these finals. Despite the slow game on the pitch, the party atmosphere outside the stadium was already picking up as Belgium fans made their way back into the beachside city leaving the Russians to weep. Jun 23, 2014
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FIFA World Cup 2014 Results: Ronaldo, Varela Combine to Save Portugal in Humdinger Against USA

Cristiano Ronaldo was staring at the abyss, the abyss that waits gleefully to swallow you up, with criticism, ridicule and pain cranked up a few thousand notches more, before the superstar forward decided to, at the very least, prolong his fall into that abyss, by picking up the ball on the right, putting in a perfect-as-they-come cross for Silvestre Varela to head home easily to save Portugal's blushes against the USA. Jun 23, 2014

World Cup: Brazil fans cheer on their idols

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Ecuador train before game against France

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