REUTERS – Qatar has launched a work safety investigation into the death of a Filipino, officials said on Thursday, following reports that the man died while working at a training site during the World Cup.
Qatar probing death of worker at World Cup training site
THE GUARDIAN – The outcome of the World Cup group stages showed the teams that advanced without complication were those best prepared mentally and not distracted by political issues, according to the former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.
Teams focusing on World Cup, not politics, have excelled, says Wenger
BBC – Brazil great Pele says he is "strong with a lot of hope" as he undergoes treatment in hospital in Sao Paulo.
Brazil legend Pele remains 'strong' amid cancer battle
REUTERS – Japan erupted in cheers and tears after the national team's 2-1 win over Spain early on Friday, with crowds packing public viewing areas in the pre-dawn cold shrieking with joy as they stunned another global football power at the World Cup.
Tears of joy in Japan after nail-biting win over Spain
THE GUARDIAN – Roberto Martínez denied Belgium had been distracted by Kevin De Bruyne’s claim they are too old to win the World Cup but conceded his team played with fear in their surprise defeat by Morocco.
Martínez denies Belgium distracted by De Bruyne’s ‘we’re too old’ claim
REUTERS – A shirtless Lionel Messi sang and danced with team mates beyond midnight into Sunday after leading Argentina to an emotionally-charged win over Mexico that revived his dream of a first World Cup title.
Messi dances night away after keeping World Cup storyline alive

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