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Jack: Time for Suarez to get help and Balotelli to grow up

It had been the greatest World Cup most could ever remember. A World Cup full of wonderful moments and wonderful matches. Then it became the World Cup that Luis Suarez bit someone in. As TSN soccer commentator Kristian Jack reports from Brazil, both Suarez and Italy's Marco Balotelli disappointed in different ways on Tuesday. ...more

Jack: Brutal Brazil and magnificent Mexico advance

The group stages turned the corner and entered the final stretch on Monday. A wind of caution and a realization that one moment could be the difference in staying or flying home. As TSN's Kristian Jack writes, the games were more timid but there were still plenty of enormous talking points. ...more

Jack: Ronaldo stomps on the Americans' ticket to the last 16

We must remember that people are seeing a World Cup for the first time, just don't tell them it isn't always like this. Many of those eyes are in the United States of America, a country that the sport has wanted on its side for some time. On Sunday the football Gods delivered once again, only this time it was time for good old USA to experience as much heartache as joy. ...more

Jack: Messi's strike was the moment of Day 10 in Brazil

From the exciting draw between Germany and Ghana to Lionel Messi's dramatic game-winner for Argentina against Iran, Day 10 at the World Cup had a little bit of everything. TSN soccer analyst Kristian Jack has more from a memorable day in Brazil. ...more

Jack: A day of disbelief as heavyweights Italy are floored

It was a day of disbelief at the World Cup. A day where thousands sat in stunned silence. A day when a minnow deservedly beat a European powerhouse; when a former European powerhouse awoke from years of discontent and immaturity to put it all together on the biggest stage of all. TSN Soccer Analyst Kristian Jack has more. ...more

Jack: End of era for Spain - one of the greatest ever teams

Spain's history book closed on a raucous night at the Maracana on Tuesday. It was not the death of tika-taka, far from it, instead it was simply the end of a team that's core players struggled to still play together. TSN Soccer Analyst Kristian Jack has more. ...more

Jack: Plenty of time left for Brazil to peak

There is a demand from the Brazilian public when it comes to their national team: entertain and win. So far, Brazil are struggling to tick either box. There will be many negative words written about Brazil’s performance but Brazil are not in the World Cup to convince now. They are in it to win it on July 13th. The result may not be what the public wanted but the competitiveness was exactly what this Brazilian team needed. ...more

Jack: Muller, Pepe and Brooks grab headlines on Day 5

Day 5 brought with it a clinical display from a well-oiled German side who took apart Portugal with help from a moment of madness from Pepe and it also gave us what could be a new indelible moment for American soccer in John Brooks's winner over Ghana. TSN Kristian Jack brings us his Day 5 recap. ...more

Jack: Messi, Benzema, goal-line technology star on Day 4

A day that showed off FIFA's fancy goal-line technology tool and saw a French talisman get the start he desperately needed in Brazil, the day's most defining image was a smiling Lionel Messi celebrating with thousands of Argentina fans inside the famous Maracana. Kristian Jack wraps up Day 4 from the 2014 FIFA World Cup. ...more

Jack: Four wonderful games on Day 3 in Brazil

It was comebacks, standout performances and goals aplenty once more in Brazil on Saturday. Kristian Jack looks at these and other emerging trends in his diary for Day 3 of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. ...more

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