Monday, 1 July, 2002, 06:44 GMT 07:44 UK
Scolari praises team effort
Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari applauds Brazil's collective spirit against Belgium and Ronaldo is looking forward to an even contest against England.
Wilmots tells of ref's apology
Belgian captain Marc Wilmots says referee Peter Prendergast apologised for disallowing his first-half "goal" against Brazil.
Mpenza not looking to move
Belgium winger Mbo Mpenza dismisses talk of a potential move to Spurs following his country's World Cup exit.
Clockwatch: Brazil 2-0 Belgium
All the action as Brazil beat Belgium 2-0 in their second round clash in Kobe courtesy of goals from Ronaldo and Rivaldo.
Media get back on side
After weeks of criticising their national team, the Belgian newspapers are now celebrating a triumph.
Anthuenis enters reckoning
The Anderlecht coach now looks a likely successor to Robert Waseige while Gert Verheyen announces his retirement.
Belgium knock out Russia
Belgium face Brazil in the second round of the World Cup after a thrilling 3-2 win over Russia.
Waseige hits back
Belgium coach Robert Waseige answers his critics after they beat Russia to clinch a second-round tie with Brazil.
Russia accept defeat
Russia assistant coach Sergei Pavlov admits his side did not deserve to win their match against Belgium.
Tunisia hold Belgium
A Raouf Bouzaiene free-kick gives Tunisia an unexpected 1-1 draw and leaves Belgium struggling to qualify for the second round.
Tunisia blame bad luck
Tunisia coach Ammar Souayah says his team could have beaten Belgium - but is pleased with his side's performance.
Clockwatch: Tunisia 1-1 Belgium
Tunisia and Belgium share the points after Marc Wilmots puts Belgium in front, only for Raouf Bouzaiane to equalise for Tunisia.
Walem feels written wrath
The Flemish press make playmaker Johan Walem the scapegoat for Belgium's poor start to the World Cup.
Waseige refuses to talk
Relations between Belgium coach Robert Waseige and the domestic media deteriorated further on Friday.
De Boeck back in training
Centre-half Glen de Boeck should be ready to boost the Belgium defence in the vital Group D match against Tunisia on Monday.
Sonck vows to keep quiet
Striker Wesley Sonck says he will not talk to the press again while the Belgium media are predictably divided about the opening game.
Troussier blasts referee
Coach Philippe Troussier accuses referee William Mattus of making unfair decisions during Japan's 2-2 draw against Belgium.