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World Cup Social Media Roundup: Day 8

World Cup social media was alive and well during the first two matches of the day, but boy did things get cooking once Argentina collpased against Croatia. Here are our favorite tweets from today's action.

Denmark vs. Australia

Another game, another VAR penalty for the Aussies — giving the Socceroos a point against Christian Eriksen and the Danes.

World Cup Social Media Roundup: Day 7

Today's games were expected to be one-sided affairs, but that wasn't the case. Heavyweights Portugal, Uruguay and Spain all struggled to hold on to 1-0 leads to get the vital three points. Not the most exciting day of the World Cup so far, but Twitter was still making the day and games enjoyable with some witty banter.

Gerard Pique In Hot Water With Barcelona Over Griezmann Decision Video

Barcelona is unhappy with defender Gerard Pique and his strange role in the even stranger documentary special, Antoine Griezmann’s ‘The Decision” that aired on a Spanish pay-per-view channel last Thursday night in Spain. Pique is the owner of film production company Kosmos Studios, the company which produced Griezmann’s decision film.

World Cup Social Media Roundup: Day 6

Today we saw the return of Mo Salah, but Russia continued its excellent form and destroyed Egypt. Japan pulled off a huge upset and Senegal became the first African nation to get a win in this World Cup.

Colombia vs Japan

This game saw the first red card of the tournament and it came in the third minute for Colombia. The early red gave way for Japan to get an unlikely win.

World Cup Social Media Roundup: Day 5

Day five saw two heavyweights, Belgium and England, secure victories but not without some nervy moments. Twitter was on call for reactions to all of the day's action. 

South Korea vs. Sweden 

This definitely wasn't the most exciting game of the tournament, and there wasn't much flow to the game. The internet took note of that.

Fox Watch: Did We Forget How Much We Love/Hate Jorge Perez-Navarro?

Many people following the World Cup this summer watched Fox's announcing duo of Jorge Perez-Navarro and Mariano Trujillo for the first time on Saturday. Many people were quick to point out how much they hated Jorge Perez-Navarro.

Twitter Does Not Speak Fondly Of Peru Coach Ricardo Gareca, Or Is That Steven Tyler

Consider Peru coach Ricardo Gareca the foil to Morocco coach Hervé Renard. As much as Twitter loved Renard on Friday, the lovely people of the internet were not so kind to Gareca on Saturday.

Renard was the lone bright spot for his country in a disappointing 1-0 loss to Iran on Friday, winning fans over across the globe with his undeniably good looks

Diego Maradona DGAF At 2018 World Cup

It’s not a World Cup without Diego Maradona. Whether he’s playing, coaching or just being himself on the sidelines, Maradona is such a massive character in the beautiful game he makes headlines wherever he goes. Diego Maradona at the 2018 World Cup is no different, and he clearly doesn’t give a f*ck about anything but himself. 

World Cup Social Media Roundup: Day 2

The second day of the World Cup was a wild one and gave us two great games and one not-so-great game. Social media was loving all the action and here are some of the best World Cup tweets from Friday.

The Internet Has Fallen Hard For Morocco Coach Hervé Renard, And We Don’t Blame Them

Morocco opened the World Cup with a match that, on paper, appeared the least interesting of Friday’s matches. But that was before the internet set sights on Morocco coach Hervé Renard.

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