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World Cup TV guide: Australia channels, kick-off times, dates and schedule

The FC guys answer your tweets about the controversies in the World Cup final, Paul Pogba's performance and where the 2018 World Cup ranks all time.
ESPN's Charlie Gibson puts a bow on Project Russia from a scintillating final, as France claimed World Cup glory.

The World Cup in Russia is done and dusted!

France defeated a valiant Croatia 4-2 in the final in Moscow, but how did they get there? See below for every single result of every single match of the 2018 World Cup.

Friday June 15

Russia 5-0 Saudi Arabia
Egypt 0-1 Uruguay

Saturday June 16

Morocco 0-1 Iran
Portugal 3-3 Spain
Australia 1-2 France
Argentina 1-1 Iceland

Sunday June 17

Peru 0-1 Denmark
Croatia 2-0 Nigeria
Costa Rica 0-1 Serbia

Monday June 18

Germany 0-1 Mexico
Brazil 1-1 Switzerland
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Australia needs to improve 'mental aspect' of the game - Graham Arnold

ESPN's Stephanie Brantz recaps Australia's World Cup journey and looks ahead to what's next for the Socceroos.
Stephanie Brantz chats with Australia fans following their defeat against Peru in their Group C finale.

New Socceroos coach Graham Arnold believes the national team's goal-scoring woes can be solved between the ears.

Speaking for the first time since succeeding Bert van Marwijk in the top job, Arnold paid tribute to Australia for giving a "good account" of themselves at the World Cup in Russia, but also said he expected better things to come now that he is in charge.

The Socceroos failed to score from open play in their three matches against France, Denmark and Peru, with their only two goals coming...

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Al-Ittihad sign Matthew Jurman from Suwon Samsung Bluewings

ESPN's Stephanie Brantz recaps Australia's World Cup journey and looks ahead to what's next for the Socceroos.

Australian national team defender Matthew Jurman has a new home after signing with Saudi Arabian club Al-Ittihad.

The 28-year-old was part of the Socceroos' World Cup squad but was one of eight players who didn't see a minute of action under Bert van Marwijk in Russia.

The pain of that snub will be soothed somewhat by his deal with the Jeddah-based club, which is reportedly worth $4 million over two years.

Fringe Socceroo James Troisi spent six months at Al-Ittihad in 2015, making only eight league...

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Australia must lose inferiority complex, says former boss Ange Postecoglou

ESPN's Stephanie Brantz recaps Australia's World Cup journey and looks ahead to what's next for the Socceroos.

KAZAN, Russia -- Australia need to have the courage to lose their status as eternal underdogs if they are ever to enjoy success on the game's biggest stage, according to former Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou.

Postecoglou walked away from the job last year after getting his country to the World Cup finals and was replaced by Bert van Marwijk, who oversaw a draw, two losses and a first-round exit in Russia.

The fact that the Dutchman was credited with improving the team in his short period in charge...

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Bert van Marwijk: Australia unlucky in all 3 games at World Cup

Janusz Michallik places a majority of the blame for Australia's Group Stage exit on manager Bert van Marwijk and his in-game decision making.
Peru enjoyed their first multigoal match at a World Cup since 1978 and end Australia's campaign in a 2-0 victory.

Bert van Marwijk lamented Australia's lack of luck but was still looking on the bright side as his short reign as Socceroos coach came to a bittersweet end with a 2-0 defeat to Peru on Tuesday.

Appointed in January and out of a job now that their tournament is over, the coach praised his team and said the country should have its "heads up" despite finishing bottom of Group C with only one point.

Van Marwijk said a lack of good fortune and some poor officiating was to blame for Peru's 2-0 win, their...