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Saturday, June 23, 2018

Neymar’s tears worry nervous Brazilians

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:33 AM
Football – Inquirer Sports
Neymar’s tears worry nervous Brazilians
Neymar's tears worry nervous Brazilians

Brazilians watched their team’s excruciatingly hard-fought win Friday over minnow Costa Rica in a cold sweat but it was Neymar’s hot tears that really made the footballing-mad nation sit up. “Neymar’s crying is the big news,” declared the Blog do Menon on the leading UOL Esporte website. The world’s most expensive footballer had just scored […]

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Friday, June 22, 2018

Zifa elections biased

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:36 AM
Sport – The Standard
Zifa elections biased

The Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) have increased the association’s presidential election fees from $5 000 to $5 500 with the candidates also forking out an additional $200 for the nomination […]

The post Zifa elections biased appeared first on The Standard.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

Denmark vs Australia LIVE World Cup 2018: Christian Eriksen starts - kick-off time, what channel, prediction, odds

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:54 AM
The Independent - Football
Denmark vs Australia LIVE World Cup 2018: Christian Eriksen starts - kick-off time, what channel, prediction, odds
Denmark vs Australia LIVE World Cup 2018: Christian Eriksen starts - kick-off time, what channel, prediction, odds
Follow all the latest news from the second round of fixtures in Group C

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Germany suddenly most vulnerable of World Cup top contenders

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:27 AM
Sportsnet.ca
Germany suddenly most vulnerable of World Cup top contenders
Germany suddenly most vulnerable of World Cup top contenders

Henry Bushnell with YahooSports! joins Dan Riccio and Randip Janda to keep tabs on the World Cup, where no team stood out because the favourites under-performed. Past champions have slipped up in the group stage, but Germany is the most vulnerable of the top contenders. The most impressive squad, in his eyes, has been England. “They have new feel about them.” He talks tactics for Spain, Brazil with and without Neymar, and second-tier teams that could threaten, notably Argentina.

The post Tommy Wheeldon Jr.: Ronaldo’s performance, England’s victory and Russia’s early success appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Monday, June 18, 2018

Uruguay v Saudi Arabia: Centurion Suarez seeks World Cup redemption

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:30 AM
Soccerway.com
Uruguay v Saudi Arabia: Centurion Suarez seeks World Cup redemption
Uruguay and Luis Suarez struggled to get past Egypt in their World Cup opener, but Saudi Arabia could prove more agreeable opponents.

Saturday, June 16, 2018

There’s a spooky coincidence surrounding Cristiano Ronaldo’s hat-trick against Spain

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:33 AM
Dream Team FC
There’s a spooky coincidence surrounding Cristiano Ronaldo’s hat-trick against Spain

Well bite my shoulder and call me Suarez, last night’s clash between Portugal and Spain was some match, huh?

The Iberian neighbours played out the game of the World Cup (we’re calling it already), with six goals scored and plenty of end-to-end drama.

Of course, Cristiano Ronaldo being the man he is took centre-stage with his brilliant hat-trick, which included that spectacular late free-kick that sealed a well-earned point for the Portuguese.

Reuters This is Ronaldo’s world and we’re just livin’ in it[/caption]

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But did you know that there was a rather spooky coincidence surrounding Ronaldo’s trio of goals?

Because not only did Ronaldo score his 51st career hat-trick, but it was also the 51st all-time hat-trick scored in the World Cup.

He also nabbed his three goals in the 4th, 44th and 88th minutes.

Talk about perfect symmetry, eh?

51 – Cristiano Ronaldo has scored his 51st career hat-trick (club and country), and his treble was also the 51st hat-trick scored in World Cup history. Symmetry. #PORESP #POR #ESP #WorldCup

— OptaJoe (@OptaJoe) June 15, 2018

On top of that, everyone’s favourite tortilla-based Spain defender Nacho scored an absolute cracker to make the game 3-2 last night.

And naturally became the first defender to score from outside the box for Spain since Fernando Hierro managed it back in 1998, when Spain played Nigeria.

Getty Images - Getty Kick it hard, Nach[/caption]

Wait, Hierro, you say?

That’s right, Spain’s last-minute interim manager at the World Cup, after they sacked Julen Lopetegui.

Illuminati confirmed? We think so. 

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