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Manchester City Finally Unveils Erling Haaland

Written by 13 June, 2022
Premier League champions have finally unveiled their highly awaited summer addition as the Norwegian striker completes his move from Borussia Dortmund to the blue side of Manchester.

Rafael Nadal's Historic French Open Title

Written by 07 June, 2022
Rafael Nadal moved up to No. 4 in the world rankings after winning the French Open for the 14th time, and his 22nd Grand Slam trophy overall. Despite needing pain-killing injections for a chronic problem in his left foot, Nadal defeated Djokovic in the quarterfinals on his way to the final, where he defeated Casper Ruud 6-3, 6-3, 6-0 on Sunday and became the oldest man to win the singles championship at Roland Garros, two days after his 36th birthday. At just 19, Nadal became the youngest winner of a Grand Slam title since Michael Chang won at Roland Garros in 1989 at 17, in 2007 he became the first man since Bjorn Borg in 1980 to win three successive titles at Roland Garros and in the following Nadal repeated same feat without losing a set, becoming the third man to do so in the Open era after Ilie Nastase…

Cancelo Saves 10-yr-old From Being 'trampled' During EPL Celebrations

Written by 07 June, 2022
A happy occasion could have turned tragic when Manchester City came from behind to defeat Aston Villa 3-2 on the last day of the season to win the Premier League. Ilkay Gundogan scored the game's final two goals to secure victory for his team. While tens of thousands of supporters descended on the ground after the final whistle, Manchester City defender Joao Cancelo assisted a young kid who had been separated from his father on his own. According to a report on, 10-year-old Ollie Gordon, who has autism and other problems, followed fans onto the pitch after the Man City versus Aston Villa match, losing his father in the process. Joao Cancelo acted quickly to save the youngster from the throng. The family has already written him a letter to express their gratitude for his acts. Ollie Gordon's mom Lauren while speaking to MEN Sport said, "He took off…

Another Benzema Hat Trick Gives Madrid Edge Over Chelsea

Written by 07 April, 2022
Karim Benzema is almost single-handedly keeping the Spanish giants on the path to a record-extending 14th European Cup — and a fifth for himself — and powering them to regaining the La Liga title. Back-to-back Champions League hat tricks just reinforce the enduring value of the France international’s clinical finishing to Real Madrid. Carlo Ancelotti sees so much more being provided by the 34-year-old forward he compares to a fine wine. This latest goal burst could end Chelsea’s title defense, barring the type of second-leg collapse by Madrid that Paris Saint-Germain endured last month at the the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. Benzema now has 37 goals in 36 games in all competitions this season, including the three that turned around the last-16 meeting with PSG. Of Madrid’s last 11 goals, 10 have been scored by the mainstay of the team for the last 13 years. The first two at Stamford Bridge…

De Bruyne Gives Man City 1-0 Edge Over Atletico Madrid

Written by 06 April, 2022
Manchester City defeated Atletico Madrid 1-0 in the first leg of their Champions League quarterfinal on Tuesday, thanks to Kevin De Bruyne's goal. After a tense 70 minutes, City finally broke through Atletico's tenacious defense, aided by Phil Foden's vision. Foden slid in a fine throughball and De Bruyne raced through to fire in a low shot from a tight angle just 79 seconds after coming off the bench. The first half was played at a slow pace, with City controlling the majority of the ball but failing to create chances despite having all of its outfield players in the final third at times. De Bruyne and Joao Cancelo both had efforts deflected wide, and Aymeric Laporte's header was off target. Ilkay Gundogan shot wide, and Rodri had a long-range effort blocked before De Bruyne's penalty appeal was denied, and John Stones also missed. It wasn't until the second half…

Thomas Partey goes off injured against Crystal Palace

Written by 05 April, 2022
Black Stars midfielder Thomas Partey was injured in his team's 3-0 loss to Crystal Palace on Monday night. Ghanaian midfielder Thomas Partey was unable to finish the game due to an injury in an embarrassing 3-0 loss to Crystal Palace Following Monday night's win, Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira's Crystal Palace team extended their unbeaten run to seven games and moved into ninth place in the Premier League table. Arsenal fell behind early on when Jean-Philippe Mateta headed in Joachim Andersen's incisive free-kick. The hosts were relentless in attack, and they doubled their lead in the 23rd minute. Nuno Tavares botched the clearance of Andersen's through ball, which found Black Stars striker Jordan Ayew, who doubled his team's lead. When Bukayo Saka fell in the Palace box early in the second half, there were yells, but the referee waved them away. Emile Smith Rowe came close to scoring for Arsenal early…

Oliseh is said to be a 'prime candidate' to replace Austin Eguavoen

Written by 05 April, 2022
According to reports, former Super Eagles manager Sunday Oliseh is the leading candidate to manage Nigeria's senior men's football team. According to OwnGoalNigeria, Oliseh, who coached the Super Eagles between 2015 and 2016, is the favorite of Nigeria's Minister of Youth and Sports Development, Sunday Dare, to fill the vacant position. Following the Super Eagles' failure to qualify for the World Cup in Qatar, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) fired their coaching staff, led by Austin Eguavoen, last week. Nigeria drew 1-1 with Ghana's Black Stars in the decisive match in Abuja, after drawing 0-0 in the first leg in Kumasi. With a void at the helm of the team and the Super Eagles set to reassemble in June ahead of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers, Oliseh could return as Nigeria's coach. The report also suggests that the NFF will meet with the minister to discuss the Super…

Real Madrid Manager Carlo Ancelotti Likely To Miss Chelsea Game

Written by 05 April, 2022
Because of COVID-19, Real Madrid will most likely be without coach Carlo Ancelotti for the first leg of the Champions League quarterfinals against Chelsea. Ancelotti tested positive for the coronavirus last week and did not accompany the rest of the squad to London on Tuesday. There was a possibility he could still make it for Wednesday’s match if he tests negative in time to travel. Ancelotti had already missed the team's 2-1 victory over Celta Vigo in the Spanish league on Saturday, when his son, assistant coach Davide Ancelotti, was in charge. Ancelotti, who had mild COVID-19 symptoms, is attempting to win his second Champions League with Real Madrid after helping the club win the European trophy in 2014. Karim Benzema and Ferland Mendy, who returned to action on Saturday after being sidelined with injuries, practiced normally in preparation for the trip to England. Last season, Madrid was knocked out…