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14 June 2010updated 27 Sep 2015 2:18am

“US wins 1-1”, claims US newspaper

The New York Post has a very positive spin on Saturday’s World Cup match between England and the US.

By Samira Shackle

The Murdoch-owned New York Post has come under fire in the past for its sensationalist headlines and biased reporting. Was any of that in evidence on yesterday’s front cover? Nah, thought not.

New York Post cover

Hat-tip: lee_ridley, badjournalism

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