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CHAMPIONS LEAGUE -- GROUPS G & H
2021-11-01

In group G, there is a clash of the Titans again: Group leaders Real Madrid (9 points, +115) will go to Giuseppe Meazza stadium in Milano to battle AC Milan (4 points, +215), in their first game with former FIFA Player of the Year and World Champion Zinedine Zidane as Mourinho's assistant. With such a fantastic addition to their technical staff, one can only imagine the motivation of the players to do their best in Italy. Zidane is in a way coming back to the game that gave him so much, and to which he gave pearls of craftsmanship that have stayed carved in the memory of millions of soccer fans around the world. I would even dare to say that Zizou is looking for a little redemption, to help erase the last dramatic image of his aggression to Marco Materazzi in 2006 World Cup Final. It looks like a very even match though, and I say that both teams will bring a hell of a show in a tied and hardly fought game. The odds for that to happen are +235, by the way…
In the other game of this group, Ajax (4 points, +150) travels to France to play against Auxerre (0 points, +165). Even though the odds are quite even in this line, I can not avoid thinking about the terrible season Auxerre is having in their home league, playing against many teams that do not even have half the strength Ajax has. I think it will be a clear and undisputed win for the Dutch team. Period.
In group H, there are a couple of very entertaining games. First, Ukraine’s Shakthar (6 points) will receive the visit of leader Arsenal (9 points +130), having the painful remembrance of their 0-5 defeat in London in the last matchday. Despite that amazing difference, I think the Ukranians will have a very different attitude in this game, and supported by their noisy and loyal fans, they have great chances of a tie (+225) or even a win (+195). Let’s see…
Also in group H, Partizan Belgrade (0 points, +130) will play home against Portuguese Sporting Braga (3 points, +195). Eager for their first win in the competition, the Serbians might very well get it against a Braga that is not as surprising as it was in the qualifying stage, where they knocked Celtic Glasgow and Sevilla from Spain out of this competition. It seems that Partizan will have their sweet revenge, turning this group into a very interesting one towards the last 2 games…




CHAMPIONS LEAGUE -- GROUPS G & H
2021-11-01

In group G, there is a clash of the Titans again: Group leaders Real Madrid (9 points, +115) will go to Giuseppe Meazza stadium in Milano to battle AC Milan (4 points, +215), in their first game with former FIFA Player of the Year and World Champion Zinedine Zidane as Mourinho's assistant. With such a fantastic addition to their technical staff, one can only imagine the motivation of the players to do their best in Italy. Zidane is in a way coming back to the game that gave him so much, and to which he gave pearls of craftsmanship that have stayed carved in the memory of millions of soccer fans around the world. I would even dare to say that Zizou is looking for a little redemption, to help erase the last dramatic image of his aggression to Marco Materazzi in 2006 World Cup Final. It looks like a very even match though, and I say that both teams will bring a hell of a show in a tied and hardly fought game. The odds for that to happen are +235, by the way…
In the other game of this group, Ajax (4 points, +150) travels to France to play against Auxerre (0 points, +165). Even though the odds are quite even in this line, I can not avoid thinking about the terrible season Auxerre is having in their home league, playing against many teams that do not even have half the strength Ajax has. I think it will be a clear and undisputed win for the Dutch team. Period.
In group H, there are a couple of very entertaining games. First, Ukraine’s Shakthar (6 points) will receive the visit of leader Arsenal (9 points +130), having the painful remembrance of their 0-5 defeat in London in the last matchday. Despite that amazing difference, I think the Ukranians will have a very different attitude in this game, and supported by their noisy and loyal fans, they have great chances of a tie (+225) or even a win (+195). Let’s see…
Also in group H, Partizan Belgrade (0 points, +130) will play home against Portuguese Sporting Braga (3 points, +195). Eager for their first win in the competition, the Serbians might very well get it against a Braga that is not as surprising as it was in the qualifying stage, where they knocked Celtic Glasgow and Sevilla from Spain out of this competition. It seems that Partizan will have their sweet revenge, turning this group into a very interesting one towards the last 2 games…


FOOTBALL PORTAL TEAMS WITH SPORTINGBET.COM
2021-10-05

Agreement will provide Goal.com users with a more comprehensive betting service
The popular UK soccer portal Goal.com has announced that it has signed a partnership agreement with online gambling group Sportingbet.com which will provide users with a “richer, more comprehensive online betting experience.”
Goal.com’s management says that Sportingbet is the first of many new brands who are partnering with Goal.com following a revamp of its dedicated betting section, which provides exclusive betting previews from across the globe, predictive assistance, coaching and links to help users find the best odds.
David Mole, Goal.com’s Betting & Odds Expert said this week: “We are delighted to welcome Sportingbet as a new betting partner for Goal.com. A well-known brand in the UK and across Europe, they represent an important diversification in our betting content offering.
“Sportingbet will become one of several betting partners on Goal.com as we continue to improve and develop the wealth of betting information for casual punters and expert gamblers alike.”


World Cup Final
2021-07-26

July 11, 2010, Soccer City Stadium, Johannesburg, South Africa and the most awaited night of the year!


With the entire wold glued to their T.V sets, and millions of supporters of both the finalists holding their breaths and praying for the victory of their heroes, the golden jabulani was tossed in the air.


The match was a full on entertainer and went on entertaining the world even longer than it was expected to. A very tight match, where both the teams refused to give the other any chance to score, went on and on and on...


It was a great treat to watch as their was a record number of cards that were issued during it. 14 in total, the first card of the game was issued, in the 14th minute itself when, Robin van Persie was booked by Howard Webb.


Netherlands, who were desperate to take the cup home, would do anything for it. They played a very rough game without thinking about anything else but the cup. Joan Capdevila and Xabi Alonso were the victims of their lunges and kicks.


Wesley Sneijder after the nasty attempt to stop Pedro, even successfully diverted attention by acting to get injured himself and all that he got was a warning from the referee. Though Spain did not play innocently, they were majorly at the receiving end of such physical attacks.


The ball possession was majorly with Spain, all thanks to Xavi and Iniesta who were at their very best throughout the game.


Netherlands had got a major chance to take the lead in the second half but, Spain skipper, Iker Casillas made a brilliant save and denied Robben his chance to score. Though Casillus was being kept busy in the other corner, he brilliantly used his leg and sent the ball wide.


John Heitinga was sent out of the game in the extra time following his second yellow card when he pulled Iniesta back. This provided Spain with an advantage in the numbers but the Dutch did not lose their grip on the field.


Just when it seemed that the tie would head into penalties, Andres Iniesta, scored in the 116th minute, 4mins before the end of the extra time.


Iniesta made the final move in making Spain the world champions for the first time in the history of the cup.


Spain's characteristic patience could yet again be seen in the final as well. Unlike the Dutch side, there wasn't even a moment of frustration in them when they were not being able to score. They kept their cool and later became triumphant.


Patience and cool was the major problem with Netherlands. They, on the other hand, were very nervous and restless which is evident from the amount of cards that were issued to the team, four yellow cards being issued in the first half of the game itself.


This is the third time that Netherlands has had to face a defeat in the world cup final and it is bound to be difficult for them.


Spain however has taken the cup home for the first time ever, becoming the eight team to be crowned the world champions. Casillas, couldn't stop his tears after the whistle announced their first world cup victory!


The team rejoiced after winning and have provide their country as well as their fans all over the world a wonderful reason to celebrate!!!


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