The 2018 FIFA World Cup is off to a breathtaking start. We have witnessed Volleys, half-volleys, free-kicks, screamers, penalties own goals, VAR and some scintillating displays by teams. Fans from all around the world have been treated to a spectacle thus far and we hope that the entertainment continues. Here
It seemed destined that Brazil would clinch their 6th World Cup when the tournament returned to its spiritual home in 2014. Fate had other ideas. The football-crazy nation watched on helplessly as Germany tore them apart in a 7-1 defeat, subsequently named Mineirazo, in a throwback to the humiliation of 1950. The
Group E of the 2018 World Cup comprises of Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland and Costa Rica. On paper, this is one of the more trickier groups to predict. While Brazil are obvious favourites to go through as leaders and might even go all the way in the tournament, it is quite
Brazil are the favourites to triumph in Russia and bookies are backing them to record a win in their penultimate friendly match before the World Cup against Croatia
The two sides met for the opening game of the previous World Cup in Sao Paulo and played out an extremely entertaining match,
The Glory years 2008-2012
As Fernando Torres dinked an advancing Jens Lehmann to end a much awaited 44-year long trophy drought in an eventual 1-0 victory against Germany in the Euro 2008 final; the 14.6 million Spanish viewers across the globe welcomed the birth of a dynasty. Inarguably, Spanish supremacy had
When the World Cup kicks off next summer most eyes of football fans will be focused on a certain team in yellow .If football were a brand one could say Brazil are the brand ambassadors. They’ve easily been the greatest and most popular team in the sport having won the
All appeared to be well at Merseyside from the moment the little Brazilian was back and amongst the goals with a win over Leicester away from home. But issues in the week in Europe and then away at St.James’ Park, have put the men from Anfield and Jurgen Klopp in
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has uncovered that Barcelona target Philippe Coutinho is probably not going to play against Manchester City this end of the week as they keep on managing the back damage which has kept him out of club activity so far this season.
The news comes as a shock
We’ve seen a steady inflow of attacking talent into this Liverpool squad over the past 3 years. Varun Shah gives his take on the strongest Liverpool XI that we might see this year.
Disclaimer: I am an Arsenal fan, this article is written because I am a fan of the phenomenon