Despite all the criticism, despite all the scare stories, despite all the demonstrations, the 2014 FIFA World Cup kicked off today in São Paulo's Arena Corinthians Stadium with President Dilma Roussef looking on. The result was a perfect mirror of the game, with Brazil attacking more and showing more brilliance, yet Croatia was far from an onlooker...
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