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FIFA World Cup 2014 Semifinals Review: Full Results, Goalscorers and a Quick Look at the Two Matches

Two semifinals -- Brazil vs Germany and Netherlands vs Argentina -- that on paper looked like being two enthralling contests, with plenty of goals and nerve-jangling drama. At the end of the day, one proved to the be the most one-sided match at this World Cup, while the other was as dull as they come with even the penalty shootout, usually so filled with theatre, also failing to invoke too many nail-biting moments. Get the full results and goalscorers here. Jul 10, 2014

Argentina beat Netherlands 4-2 on penalties

Argentina booked themselves a place in their first World Cup semi-final in 24 years on Wednesday, beating the Netherlands in a 4-2 semi-final penalty shoot-out.Duration:01:52 Jul 10, 2014

Fans celebrate as Argentina beat the Netherlands to reach World Cup final

Sao Paulo, July 10 (ANI): Argentina fans were jumping for joy in Sao Paulo's FIFA Fan Fest as their team reached their first World Cup final in 24 years. Argentina beat the Netherlands 4-2 on penalties to reach July 13 final after a dire two hours of defence-dominated soccer failed to provide a semi-final goal for the first time in the tournament's history. Jul 10, 2014

Argentina celebrates victory over the Dutch

Nearly 50,000 people gathered in Buenos Aires' San Martin square to watch Argentina beat the Netherlands 4-2 in a World Cup semi-final penalty shoot-out.Duration:00:53 Jul 10, 2014

Brazil journalists expect big football changes

Journalists say they expect to see changes in Brazilian football following the Selecao's humilating 1-7 defeat to Germany in their World Cup semi-final on Tuesday. Duration:00:58 Jul 10, 2014

Brazil ready to win July 12 play-off

After a 7-1 thrashing by Germany in Tuesday's semi-final -- the worst result in the Selecao's history -- Brazil coach, Luiz Felipe Scolari, still believes his side can take third place in the World Cup play-offs on Saturday. Duration:01:53 Jul 10, 2014
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FIFA World Cup 2014 Results: No Tim Krul, No Penalty Shootout Win for Netherlands as Argentina Enter Final

Calling the second semifinal of the 2014 FIFA World Cup between the Netherlands and Argentina in Sao Paulo attritional would be like describing the first last four match between Brazil and Germany as a basic run-of-the-mill, nothing extraordinary game. In 120 minutes of ridiculously tight, tactical, there is absolutely no way any team is going to score battle, Holland and Argentina cancelled each other out in the most sleep-inducing fashion, before the South Americans prevailed in the penalty shootout. Jul 10, 2014