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The world's two greatest players roar into the knockout stage of the World Cup Saturday, with Lionel Messi's Argentina and Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal targeting a place in the quarter-finals.Before the tournament, France were widely tipped for a run to the final but they have failed to click so far, scoring just three times in three matches.Sampaoli warned his players that Messi cannot do it on his own.Portugal's problem against a Uruguay team with the meanest defense of the tournament could be their over-reliance on the 33-year-old five-time world player of the year.The World Cup featured 122 goals in a frequently thrilling first phase and, following Argentina's near-collapse and the stunning failure of holders Germany to advance past the opening stage for the first time in 80 years, the draw is lopsided.
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