Tag Archives: Brazil
Dogs are able to recognise human emotions by using their senses, according to a new study by professors at the University of Lincoln and Brazil’s University of São Paulo.
The body of a Brazilian exchange student found dead last month has been sent home with the co-operation of the University of Lincoln.
Here we are, 4 teams left and 2 massive matches to decide who will compete in the final at The Maracana on Sunday.
The first of the two quarterfinals and we couldn’t have been delivered two different type of matches.
With the quarter-finals starting today, the remaining teams have been preparing furiously to make sure they still progress through the tournament.
The third day of the last 16 matches and 2 results that everyone would have expected but in both games, the two underdogs played above themselves.
The start of the second round. The time when the favourites start to rev up their engines. In 2 weeks time, we will know which two teams will compete for the greatest prize a footballer can win but first there are three rounds of matches to get through, which started yesterday in dramatic fashion.
With many shock exits in the group stages like Spain and Italy and underdogs such as Costa Rica and Greece progressing anything could happen in the next stage of the World Cup. Especially in the first game, when the hosts Brazil take on Chile. The Brazilians did win their group but there performances have been […]
The first two groups drew to a conclusion yesterday with Brazil, Mexico, Holland and Chile all qualifying for the last 16.