Ends its losing run to keep title hopes alive.
by Erin Wright The murder of a referee in broad daylight by an incensed player is but the latest entry in the brutal record of Argentina's national pasttime.
World football's governing body Fifa has dismissed secretary general Jerome Valcke.
State prosecutors in Paraguay have raided the headquarters of Conmebol, South America's football confederation.
The former head of Caribbean and North and Central American football committed "many and various acts of misconduct continuously and repeatedly" said the football world governing body's ethics committee.
Newspaper allegations on Thursday implicated Valcke in a scheme to sell World Cup tickets for above face value.
Mexico won a record seventh Gold Cup with a dominant win against first-time finalists Jamaica.
Fifa president Sepp Blatter is set to announce his plans to reform football's crisis-hit governing body on Monday.
The USA will play in their fourth Women's World Cup final after beating two-time winners Germany at the Olympic Stadium in Montreal.
Sepp Blatter says he has not resigned as Fifa president, writes the BBC.
The 79-year-old Swiss was thought to have ended his 17-year reign on 2 June amid claims of corruption in world football's governing body.
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