World Cup updates, MLB legend dies, Arrest warrant for Antonio Brown

World Cup: Japan defeats Spain - USA's Pulisic remains day-to-day - MLB legend Gaylord Perry dead - Arrest warrant issued for former Buccaneers receiver Antonio Brown - QB Mac Jones' expletive-laden tirade in Patriots loss

World Cup: Controversial goal stands as Japan defeats Spain

The video assistant referee (VAR) overturned a call on the field, allowing the goal that let Japan take the lead and eventually defeat Spain 2-1 on Thursday. Referees disallowed the ball as, a second before the goal, it seemed to have crossed the end line. However, the play was reviewed using VAR, which overturned the call after determining the ball did not fully cross the line. By rule, the ball is only out of play when the entirety of it has fully cleared the plane of the boundary, Yahoo reported.

World Cup: USA's Pulisic remains day-to-day

U.S. men's national soccer team star forward Christian Pulisic remains day-to-day as he recovers from a pelvic contusion. It remains unclear if he will play for the USA this weekend, NPR reported.

He told reporters on Thursday he is "doing everything in my power to be able to be out there on the field Saturday." Pulisic added that the area is "obviously very painful," but said he's feeling better.

MLB legend Gaylord Perry dead

Two-time Cy Young Award winner and Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher Gaylord Perry died of natural causes at his home in Gaffney, South Carolina, on Thursday at the age of 84, CNN reported.

Perry's Hall of Fame career included 314 wins and 3,534 strikeouts in 22 years.

"He will be remembered among the most accomplished San Francisco Giants ever, and through his time in Cleveland and San Diego, he became the first pitcher ever to win the Cy Young Award in both the American and National Leagues," said Major League Baseball commissioner Robert D. Manfred in a statement.

Arrest warrant issued for former Buccaneers receiver Antonio Brown

An arrest warrant has been issued in Florida for former Tampa Bay Buccaneers receiver Antonio Brown after a "domestic battery incident with a woman," the Tampa Bay Police Department said in a statement, CNN reported. The Buccaneers released the seven-time NFL Pro Bowl receiver last January after Brown dramatically walked off the field mid-game against the New York Jets.

QB Mac Jones' expletive-laden tirade against play calling in Patriots loss

New England Patriots second-year quarterback Mac Jones went on an expletive-laden tirade in the final moments of the team's 24-10 match against the Buffalo Bills on Thursday night, Yahoo reported.

Amateur lip readers deciphered Jones' comments as: "Throw the f—ing ball! F---ng quick game sucks! F---!"

"Obviously, I just kind of let my emotions get to me," Jones told reporters after the game, the New York Post reported. "What I said was about throwing it deeper within the short game. I got to execute that part better. But it’s the short game that we kept going to, which is working. But I felt like we needed chunk plays."