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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Brazil rally to win in France while Radamel Falcao brace lifts Colombia

Goals from Neymar and Luiz Gustavo led Brazil's second-half charge as the Selecao overcame France on their way to a 3-1 victory.
The ESPN FC crew discuss the difference makers and talking points from Brazil's 3-1 comeback victory over France.

Oscar and Neymar scored as Brazil rallied past France 3-1 in a friendly on Thursday.

Raphael Varane scored following a corner kick in the 21st minute to give France the lead, but Oscar equalised shortly before half-time by poking home after a one-two with Roberto Firmino.

Brazil took full control after the break, and Neymar provided the lead in the 57th minute with a blast from the corner of the six-yard box following a counter-attack.

Luis Gustavo made the lead comfortable in the 69th minute...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

EPFL would back legal challenge to 2022 World Cup schedule

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden and Shaka Hislop discuss the latest decision made by FIFA that will see the first winter World Cup final set for Dec. 18 in Qatar.

European Professional Football Leagues (EPFL) chairman Frederic Thiriez has said his association would back legal action against FIFA's decision to hold the 2022 World Cup in November and December.

The climate in host country Qatar meant a summer tournament was not considered feasible by FIFA, and the world governing body confirmed in Zurich on Thursday that its 2022 showpiece will run from Nov. 21 to Dec. 18.

The decision will cause significant disruption to European clubs in the 2022-23 season...

 By PA Sport

Sepp Blatter warns against World Cup 2018 boycott

ESPN FC's Stuart Holden and Shaka Hislop discuss the latest decision made by FIFA that will see the first winter World Cup final set for Dec. 18 in Qatar.

FIFA president Sepp Blatter warned against a boycott of the 2018 World Cup and said the world governing body had every right to move the 2022 tournament to the winter.

Ukraine's president has called for a boycott of the 2018 tournament in protest at Russian military involvement with pro-Moscow separatists.

Blatter responded by claiming the World Cup could actually help bring peace.

He told a news conference in Zurich: "What is 100 percent is that the World Cup will take place in Russia in 2018, that's...