Uruguay leads Russia 2-0 after own goal

(AP Photo/Martin Meissner)

MOSCOW (AP) The Latest on the World Cup (all times local):

5:26 p.m.

Uruguay has gone up 2-0 over Russia on an own goal - the sixth of this World Cup, tying the tournament record.�

Salah scores, Egypt and Saudis tied 1-1

MOSCOW (AP) The Latest on the World Cup (all times local):

5:52 p.m. (MORE)

Spain looking to reach knockout stage

KALININGRAD, Russia (AP) Morocco has lost both its matches at the World Cup and hasn't scored a goal. That doesn't mean Spain will have it easy against the North Africans.

The Atlas Lions will be desperate to salvage something from what has been a miserable World Cup for Morocco when they take on Spain in Kaliningrad on Monday in their final Group B match. (MORE)

Iran-Portugal matchup has high stakes

SARANSK, Russia (AP) If Iran can be the first team to stop Cristiano Ronaldo from scoring at this year's World Cup, the result could be historically significant.

A final score favorable enough to move Iran into the knockout round for the first time also would carry considerable personal meaning for the Asian team's Portuguese coach, Carlos Queiroz, who was once Ronaldo's coach on their country's national team. (MORE)

El Hadary, 45, oldest to play in Cup

VOLGOGRAD, Russia (AP) Egypt goalkeeper Essam El Hadary became the oldest person to play in a World Cup match on Monday.

In the team's final game of the tournament, Egypt coach Hector Cuper opted for the 45-year-old veteran keeper over Mohamed Elshenawy, who has reportedly been nursing an injury. (MORE)

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