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Behind the Scenes at World Cup Stadium in Brazil

Paula Faris explores Maracana Stadium as they prepare for the Argentina and Bosnia Herzegovinia game.
02:02 | 06/15/2014

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Still we're just ninety -- and -- stadium here in -- for the first game that we play here tonight. Argentina and Bosnia and conveniently just not our media credentials would be we're gonna go inside.... See More
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