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Steven Gerrard can inspire the next generation of England stars even in retirement, says Martin Tyler.
Martin Tyler says Brazil can be proud after proving the doubters wrong - much like Mario Gotze.
Martin Tyler blogs on Brazil's match of shame and the chances of Argentina adding to the humiliation.
Martin Tyler blogs on star turns by David Luiz and Tim Krul, but says there's no overwhelming favourite.
Martin Tyler, who is really enjoying being a senior citizen in Brazil, salutes the last 16's unlucky losers.
Martin Tyler praises Howard Webb’s handling of Brazil-Chile and Louis van Gaal’s tactical acumen.
Martin Tyler blogs from Belo Horizonte, the scene of England's 1950 humiliation, and admires a TV legend!
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