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James Lawton: Ageing Azzurri were doomed to early failure

There will be no more poignant exit from this World Cup than the one made by the reigning champions Italy here yesterday.

Italy v Slovakia player ratings

Man-for-man ratings from Ellis Park

Italy crash out of the World Cup

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Cannavaro wants Italy improvement for crucial match

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Slovakia v Italy; Today, 3pm, ITV 1. Paraguay v New Zealand; Today, 3pm, ITV 4

James Corrigan: Losing Streak (24/06/10)

Today's bet: Slovakia v Italy. Draw at 16-5

Slovenia coach piles pressure on England side that 'need to win'

Slovenia were given an even greater incentive to tell the football world who they are when a simultaneous translation into "Slovakian" was offered at their manager's press conference.

De Rossi demands Italy improvement

Midfielder Daniele De Rossi fears Italy are heading for an early World Cup exit if they do not improve immediately.

Vera strike lights up Paraguay

Slovakia 0 Paraguay 2

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Paraguay ease past Slovakia to put next phase in sight

Paraguay are in sight of the second phase of the World Cup after goals from Enrique Vera and Cristian Riveros gave them victory against Slovakia in Group F.

Slovakia v Paraguay player ratings

Man-for-man ratings from Bloemfontein
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