Carlos Tevez (11) made his World Cup debut as Argentina played the Netherlands to a 0-0 draw.
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Marcus Allback tied the England-Sweden game 1-1 on a header in the 51st minute. With the tie, Sweden advanced to the second round, where it will face three-time champion and currently undefeated Germany in Munich on Saturday.
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England appeared to be out of the woods until the 90th minute, when Henrik Larsson tied the game 2-2 with a throw-in that was slightly deflected. The dramatic goal prolonged the agony for England, which hasn't beaten Sweden since 1968. More bad news for England--striker Michael Owen will miss the rest of the World Cup due to a right knee injury.
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Peter Crouch extends for a header during England's match against Sweden in Cologne. England will face Ecuador on Sunday in Stuttgart during the elimination round.
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In a match of undefeated teams, striker Miroslav Klose scored two goals--continuing his stratospheric start to the 2006 World Cup (four goals in three games)--and Germany drubbed Ecuador 3-0. Much to the host country's delight, Germany scored eight goals in its first three games.
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Fernando Torres helped his team rebound from a 1-0 halftime deficit against Tunisia, and carried Spain to a 3-1 victory in Stuggart. Torres contributed two goals and Spain out shot Tunisia 26-4.
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After dominating the first half of play, France seemed to doze off in the second, allowing a plucky South Korean team to tie the match 1-1 in the 81st minute.
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Brazil didn't play up to expectations Sunday against Australia, but did enough to secure three points for the victory and a spot in the round of 16.
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