Neymar Recalls Brutal Injury Of World Cup 2014

Neymar has recalled the brutal memory of his injury at the 2014 World Cup, revealing that he could not move his legs after his clash with Juan Zuniga. During Brazil's 2-1 win quarter-final win over Colombia, Neymar was tackled from behind by Zuniga, with a knee to his back leaving the PSG superstar with fractured... Continue Reading →


2017 Is The Best Year In Real’s History Despite The El Clasico Defeat

2017 is the best year (in terms of trophies) in Real's 115-year history and a humiliating defeat in El Clasico can't change the fact. "Real Madrid shirt is white, can be stained with mud, sweat & even with blood but never with shame." The above quote is for Madridistas who are feeling humiliated and ashamed... Continue Reading →

FIFA WC 2018 Group D: Argentina Vs The Underdogs.

Argentina will be looking forward to winning The World Cup but seems like it will be really hard for them to move past the group stages as they face the underdogs Iceland, Croatia, and Nigeria. Although neither of the teams except Argentina has managed to gain any spotlight in the previous World Cups, it seems... Continue Reading →

FIFA WC 2018 Group B:  European Heavyweights To Battle Out.

As we continue analyzing each group ahead of the FIFA WORLD CUP 2018 Draw, we look deep into Group B and what’s in for the teams. Group B sees 2010 winners Spain and current European champions Portugal drawn with Morocco and Iran, who are managed by Portuguese Carlos Queiroz. Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo plays with... Continue Reading →

FIFA WC 2018 – Group C : Easy Way for France

As we continue analyzing each group ahead of the FIFA WORLD CUP 2018 Draw, we look deep into Group C and what's in for the teams. France find themselves lucky again as they are drawn into a favorable group, same happened in WC 2014, and will look to finish as the toppers of the group.... Continue Reading →

FIFA World Cup 2018 Group G – Analysis

The Groups have been formed and people from all over the world are waiting with anticipation for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. No doubt that England and Belgium are the favourites in Group G. On the other hand, Tunisia and Panama possess a difficult challenge to move past the group stages. With star players like... Continue Reading →

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