Charles Reynolds

Charles Reynolds is a freelance writer and journalist specialising in sport and the arts. He writes the Premier League previews for The Independent online and writes regularly for The Sport Review.

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James Anderson and Stuart Broad were guilty of wasting the early overs

England v India: Hosts fail to make the most of favourable conditions on a day of missed opportunities

Second Test evenly poised with all results still looking possible

World Cup final 2014: Argentina fans are taking over the world

From Copacabana to Kolkata - fans of the Albiceleste are out in force

Brazil vs Netherlands World Cup 2014: Jasper Cillessen becomes latest player to spark series of internet memes

Photoshopped pictures of the Dutch goalkeeper went viral

Brazil vs Netherlands World Cup 2014: Dirk Kuyt had head wound stapled during third-place play-off match

Dutchman sustained a head injury during match with Brazil

Angel Di Maria celebrates his winner against Switzerland

World Cup 2014 final - Germany vs Argentina team news: Angel Di Maria extremely doubtful for final after further injury setback

Midfielder was in line for shock return to line up before latest injury

Lionel Messi and Thomas Muller have shone brightest for Argentina and Germany respectively on their way to the World Cup final

World Cup 2014 final - Germany vs Argentina: Which league has the most players in tonight's final?

Where do all the protagonists in tonight's big game play their club football?

Arjen Robben celebrates the 5-1 victory over Spain

Arjen Robben to Manchester United? Netherlands forward rules out move despite offer from Louis van Gaal

Dutchman will not be linking up with Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford

Angel Di Maria celebrates his winner against Switzerland

Angel Di Maria to Manchester United: Argentine 'agrees terms' with United as Old Trafford move looms

Midfielder looks set to become third man to join Louis van Gaal's new regime

Loic Remy doubles Newcastle's lead

Arsenal transfer news: Liverpool 'set to hijack move' for Arsenal target Loic Remy

Reds trying to swoop in for QPR striker

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