MOSCOW (AP) The latest on Saturday at the World Cup (all local times):
Mexico beat Korea Republic 2-0 in the 66th minute after Hirving Lozano sprinted forwards and found Javier Hernandez, who hopped past defenders and pushed the ball deep past goalkeeper Jo Hyeon-woo.
It is the 50th international career goal of Hernandez, known as "Chicharito".  The goal came a bit against the game as South Korea pressed the Mexican end in search of equalizer.
Carlos Vela's penalty shoot-out gave Mexico their first-half lead.
The English team has received some scrutiny from FIFA about the use of video replays at the World Cup Penalty decisions required in the victory over Tunisia.
England relied on Harry Kane's stopping time The goal of beating Tunisia 2-1 in the opening match. After a 1-1 draw after Tunisia equalizer Kane was twice fought to the bottom, but received no penalty.
It was unclear how the Video Assistant Referee system for the first time at a World Cup, was used to assess whether or not fouls were committed. English Football Association technical director Dan Ashworth exchanged emails with FIFA referee chief Massimo Busacca on this issue.
England coach Gareth Southgate says: "We are very pleased with the reactions we had."
Southgate says, "There are always elements that will be referred to, and not those that seem to be interpretable, but we can not control that."
England plays Panama on Sunday and Southgate says, " It's a bit of a different dynamic for everyone, but we have to stick to all the choices. "
– AP Global Soccer Writer Rob Harris reported from Nizhny Novgorod
Mexico has joined the World Cup despite the 0-1 lead by a penalty by Carlos Vela almost complete control of South Korea.
The striker scored a goal in the 26th minute following substitution of defender Jang Hyun-soo (19659002) The South Koreans managed to counterattack one after another by aiming for striker Son Heung-min, but did not score well for Mexican goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa.
Mexico angered Germany to start the tournament and would be in a strong position to move forward with another win. South Korea lost its opening match
– Associated Press writer Derek Gatopoulos reported from Rostov-on-Don.
Brazil says that Douglas Costa and Danilo are out of The team's decisive game against Serbia on Wednesday
Team doctor Rodrigo Lasmar said Saturday that Costa has a right thigh injury and Danilo a right hip problem. Danilo had already missed the game on Friday against Costa Rica.
Neither will travel with the rest of the team for the match against Serbia in Moscow. They will continue to stay in the base of the team in Sochi to be treated.
Lasmar said that the Costa, which hurt Costa Rica, was a little more serious, though he did not mention a timetable for his recovery.
– AP Sports Writer Tales Azzoni reports on Sochi
Carlos Vela has converted a penalty that earned Mexico a goal in the 26th minute in Rostov-on-Don
Referee Jang Hyun-soo used the ball after a cross from Andres Guardado on the left. Goalkeeper Jo Hyeon-woo paused to freeze Vela, but the striker put him in the right corner of the goal as the keeper left.
A few minutes later, Miguel Layun almost doubled the lead, but his 20-yard drive continued to go the bar. [Mexico] angered Germany to start the tournament and would be in a strong position to take another Continue to win.
– Associated Press writer Derek Gatopoulos reported from Rostov-on-Don.
5: 20 pm
Mexico coach Juan Carlos Orosio has changed his lineup for the World Cup match against South Korea with just one change. He relied on the players who won Group F against Germany. Defender Edson Alvarez replaces Hugo Ayala in second leg
South Korea coach Shin Tae-yong held on to his offensive, but broke his midfield with Ju Se-jong and Moon Seon-min for Park Joo-ho and Koo on Ja-cheol when the 2002 semi-finalists are trying to recover from their 1-0 loss to Sweden.
Mexico: Guillermo Ochoa, Carlos Salcedo, Carlos Vela, Hector Moreno, Jesus Gallardo, Hector Herrera, Andres Guadrado, Miguel Layun, Edson Alvarez, Hirving Lozano, Javier Hernandez
South Korea: Jo Hyeon woo, Lee Yong, Son Heung-min, Ju Se-jong, Hwang Hee-chan, Kim Min-woo, Ki Sung-yueng, Kim Young-gwon, Jang Hyun-soo, Lee Jae-sung, Moon Seo-min.
Romelu Lukaku and Eden Hazard have each scored two goals when Belgium defeated 5-2 in the most scorching match of the World Cup round so far
The Belgians in the second half Both star strikers held off for tougher trials, leading Group G with two wins. Da's for-and-against record of 8-2
Belgium scored twice within 16 minutes after Hazard bounced off the penalty spot and Lukaku shot the ball into the corner of Tunisia's goal.  The North Africans took the lead thanks to defender Dylan Bronn's 18th-minute header, but Belgium equalized with two goals.
Lukaku parried with a right-footer the adolescent goalkeeper Farouk Ben Mustapha, who scored four goals on Cristiano Ronaldo goals went as the top scorer of the tournament.
Hazard ran on a long pass in the 51st game, turned the ball around Ben Mustapha and fired into an empty net. Substitute Michy Batshuayi scored in stoppage time the opening goal and failed with three more good chances.
Tunisia's captain Wahbi Khazri had his team's second-best team at almost the last tee
16:45  In Panama's delight over his first World Cup, the team is also suffering desperate pain and grief over the death of Teammate Amilcar Henriquez.
Henriquez, who played for Panama in qualifying, was crowned last year in a
Panama coach Hernan Gomez says players still talk about their dead teammate who is "a leader in our team".
He says he talks about Henriquez and remembers him Brings us together. "
Gomez compared Henriquez 'story with that of Colombian defender Andres Escobar, who was shot down after leaving the 1994 World Cup.
33-year-old Henriquez was killed by unknown assailant during playi ng a game of Domino with friends Another person was killed in the shooting The crime has not been resolved
Gomez says the Panama team still feels the pain of Henriquez 'killing "in our hearts and souls"
Before the World Cup, Japan coach Akira Nishino said it would be a miracle for his team to defeat Colombia.
But even after the surprise 2-1 win The Japanese win over the Colombians is again the outsider preparing for a crucial match with Senegal.
This does not mean that Nishino is afraid of a team he says is k is rperlich superior.
"Senegal has some superstars," said Nishino on Saturday. "But as a team we will deal with them and manage them."
The teams have met three times in their history, all played in friendlies but not in 15 years.
One of Japan's biggest challenges will be to stem Liverpool winger Sadio Mane. Nishino said that might require some creativity and numbers.
"It can not be 1-to-1," said the coach. "It can be 3-on-1."
The cabin of an aircraft that carried Peruvian football fans at the World Cup filled with smoke when the plane was prepared for landing in a Siberian city
The Interfax news agency says , the incident occurred when the plane landed in Tyumen. The flight originated in Yekaterinburg and the fans of Peru should change in Tyumen in a flight to Moscow, it said in the report.
The aircraft, a twin turboprop ATR-72 of the airline UTAir, landed safely, the agency said. The report cites the national aviation authority Rosaviatsiya and reports that the smoke came from overheated oil in one of the aircraft's engines.
There was no fire and no injuries were reported. Peru lost to Yekaterinburg 1-0 to France and thus failed at the knockout phase
The Saudi World Cup team experienced similar experiences at the beginning of the week between St. Petersburg and Rostov-on-Don.
The Russian Aviation Authority said that an engine went up in flames when landing on the Airbus, but no emergency response was required.
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Not even the World Cup can upset the nap in Spain
Spain's midfielder Jorge "Koke" Resurreccion says he and his teammates can not track all the matches in Spain Russia because some at the same time the "siesta" are, the traditional afternoon rest of the country.
He told the daily El Pais that the games coincided with siesta in the early afternoon and that they are often conflicting. The team's practice sessions allow players to watch the night games during dinner time only.
Spain's game against Morocco on Monday will take place at night, as well as the first two games in the group stage – a 3: 3 draw Portugal and a 1-0 win against Iran
Spain and Portugal lead Group B. with four points. Iran are third with three points, while Morocco have already been eliminated after two defeats.
Romelu Lukaku scored Belgium a 3-1 win against Tunisia just before half-time and Cristiano Ronaldo has scored four goals in the World Cup so far.
Thomas Meunier played the ball through the defense, Lukaku was able to defeat the offside trap and cross the ball over goalkeeper Farouk Ben Mustapha.
Earlier, Eden Hazard had taken the lead in the penalty spot before Lukaku made it 2-0 to Belgium. Tunisia headed home when Dylan Bronn took the free-kick.
Bronn soon suffered injuries and was later signed by Tunisian defender Syam Ben Youssef.
Lukaku also scored two goals in the opening match. 0 victory over Panama. Ronaldo scored four goals in the first two Portuguese games.
Belgium's quick goal from the penalty spot against Tunisia ensured that there were no 0-0 draws in the first 27 games in the world Cup for the first time. In 1954, there were no 0-0 draws, including 16 teams and a total of 26 games.
Belgium lead Tunisia 2-1 in quick succession on the other side
Romelu Lukaku gave Belgium a 2-0 victory over Dries Mertens after 16 minutes in the lead, when Tunisian Ali Maaloul lost the ball on the midline.
Tunisia responded two minutes later when Dylan Bronn thwarted Thibaut Courtois with a free-kick
This gives Tunisia a certain pardon as it has to avoid defeat to qualify for the knockout stages ,
Eden Hazard has beaten Belgium 1-0 in the 6th minute of the Group G World Cup game against Tunisia.
Hazard narrowly hit the ball and took the lead past Tunis goalkeeper Farouk Ben Mustapha.
Hazard won the penalty when he was overthrown by Tunisia's Syam Ben Yo on the outskirts of the region.
If Belgium defeats Tunisia, it will certainly be assured of a place in the knockout stages of the World Cup.
It would not (19659002) Thiago Silva is upset with his team-mate Neymar, who shouted at him in Friday's 2-0 win over Costa Rica.
Neymar was obviously angry at Silva for giving the ball back to Costa Rica 0-0, as star striker Costa Rica was a waste of time.
In comments posted by globo.com, Silva says he has always tried to treat Neymar as a younger brother, however, "When I gave the ball back (to Costa Rica) he insulted me." Theoretically he had Right because they faltered a lot. "
Silva, who captained the game under coach Tites captain patrol, added," I was very sad about this insult. "
Neymar scored Brazil's second goal in the seventh Minute of stoppage time, his first of the tournament and the 56th overall for Brazil.
Brazil are on equal terms with Switzerland on four points in Group E and then play Serbia.
1:10 pm  Dele Alli is back in the England team, but has done individual exercises outside the main group, which keeps him in doubt for the World Cup game against Panama.
The midfielder injured England 2-1 against Tunisia on Monday and did not practice with the group for four days.
Alli participated in warm-up exercises on Saturday and later worked alone on his fitness.
England coach Gareth Southgate has said that Alli will be unlikely to play against Panama in Nizhny Novgorod on S unday.