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The Weight of the World Rests on Brazil
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The early group matches usually fulfill the heightened expectation — allowing the minnows of the tournament to have access to a world stage usually denied them — but the knockout phases are where a certain soccer order is restored. And within that
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Southee has faced 994 balls in Test cricket and hit 45 of those for six, which essentially means that he hits a six every 22 balls or so. Post 2000 (consistent balls-faced data is not available prior to that), no player who has faced at least 500 balls ...