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TheBounce Pod - 3 July 2018

WRITTEN BY THE EDITOR ON JULY 02, 2018. POSTED IN SPORTS

The World Cup's round of 16 delivers another thriller with Belgium beating Japan in spectacular fashion at the death. Players donating their match fees to charity at the tournament, then Ajax Cape Town's big court ruling and what it means for SA football. Faf Du Plessis wants stricter ball tampering punishment, and Chris Froome braces for abuse at the Tour de France.

Top sports stories:

- Belgium sneak past Japan 

- Brazil battle past Mexico

- Judge rules in favour of Ajax Cape Town's relegation appeal

- Roger Federer signs super big clothing deal

- Chris Froome expects confrontation at the Tour de France

- England team donate World Cup pay to charity

Today at #Russia2018

16:00

Switzerland vs Sweden

20:00

England vs Colombia

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Here he is making up a fitness craze to just try help a moving company cut labour costs. It's absolutely brilliant.

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