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World Cup news LIVE: All the fallout from England’s stalemate with the USA, as Australia start the day against Tunisia… with France in action later and Argentina looking to bounce back from shock Saudi Arabia defeat

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Follow Sportsmail’s live blog for all the latest World Cup news and updates with the likes of Tunisia vs Australia, Poland vs Saudi Arabia, France vs Denmark and Argentina vs Mexico all squaring off today. 

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There was embarrassment for Australia’s social media team after they announced the wrong line-up to face Tunisia in the World Cup. 

Graham Arnold’s side face their African rivals in a mammoth Group D clash with a victory desperately needed after the Socceroos were smashed 4-1 by reigning champions France on Tuesday.

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Raphinha has shared an Instagram post suggesting that Neymar does not get the respect he deserves from Brazil fans after he was forced off injured in the national team’s opening game at the World Cup.

Neymar twisted his ankle in Brazil’s 2-0 win against Serbia, and hobbled off in the second half. It has since been confirmed that he will miss the rest of the group stage, but he could return if Brazil make it through to the knockout rounds of the tournament. 

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Gary Neville and Roy Keane were left questioning why Phil Foden was not given a chance to shine as England were held to a 0-0 draw with USA in the 2022 World Cup.

The Three Lions produced a lacklustre performance in their second Group B fixture against USA, despite moving onto four points to all but ensure their progression into the knock-out stages.

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Harry Kane’s ankle looked worryingly swollen in the moments following England’s disappointing 0-0 draw with the USA.

The Tottenham man had a scan earlier in the week, but was deemed fit to maintain the captain’s armband in an unchanged side for England’s second game.

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England were unable to secure their place in the last-16 after being held to a goalless draw against a stubborn USA side. The Three Lions came under fire for their performance, with hardly any of Gareth Southgate’s side playing for their potential. 

So, with that in mind. Here is how Sportsmail’s Chris Sutton rated each player’s performance on Friday night. 

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England produced a lacklustre performance in their second Group B fixture against USA last night. The fallout has been huge despite the fact the Three Lions have moved onto four points to all but ensure their progression into the knock-out stages.

Fans will be hoping for a few more goals today when Tunisia vs Australia, Poland vs Saudi Arabia, France vs Denmark and Argentina vs Mexico all square off.

Follow along for all of Sportsmail’s updates from what is sure to be another day packed full of action.

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