Showing posts with label SPORTS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SPORTS. Show all posts

Monday, 18 June 2018

SuperX - Now it’s time to see who is real fan

SuperX - Now it’s time to see who is real fan
Break the old way of playing, control the process of game
Compared with the traditional football competition mobile games, SuperX create its own 5min play type: each player has ten chances to guess what will happen in next 5 mins, player can choose anytime to bet on what event will happen in next 5 mins starting from the time player make the bet, so each player can control the whole match by himself! The real fan will not use up all ten chances at the beginning. Because the match is in total 90 mins, the result is not decided until the very end of it! Here is some great advice: don’t be blind confidence, follow the match and it will guarantee you much more chances to win!

Cristiano Ronaldo: England captain Harry Kane vows to challenge World Cup rival

Cristiano Ronaldo: England captain Harry Kane vows to challenge World Cup rival
Cristiano Ronaldo: Harry Kane is hoping to start his World Cup campaign with a hat-trick
HARRY KANE believes he can have an 18 carat last laugh on jokers who suggested that the samovar presented to him by locals on England’s first day in Russia was the only trophy he was likely to lift.
“Obviously, I see a few of the jokes going round on social media - it is what it is,” the England captain said.
“I’ve got a lot of trophies for scoring in my career but I’d like to be sitting here with that big gold trophy in a few weeks’ time.”
The World Cup, 6kg and 37cm tall, would be enough of a comeback for anybody, you would think – but Kane has not given up hope of winning the Golden Boot for the top scorer as well.
Cristiano Ronaldo rather upped the ante with a hat-trick against Spain in Portugal’s opening game, but Kane remains undeterred.

Curse of champions? Germany have familiar World Cup issues to solve 

Curse of champions? Germany have familiar World Cup issues to solve
Thomas Muller and his team-mates were made to look slow by Mexico
Germany are facing similar problems to those that have afflicted previous World Cup holders, writes Adam Bate.
Germany's status among the favourites to win the 2018 World Cup should come as no surprise given their pedigree. Not only are they the holders but they have reached the equivalent of the quarter-final stage in each of the last 16 World Cups. And yet, their opening-game defeat to Mexico is part of a wider trend for reigning champions.
Argentina were beaten by Cameroon in 1990 and France lost to Senegal by the same 1-0 scoreline in 2002. Italy were held as holders in both 1986 and 2010, while Spain were famously humbled 5-1 by Netherlands last time out. It is rather more than a curiosity. It is a consequence of the natural desire to keep a team of World Cup winners together.

Brazil's Neymar, Gabriel Jesus kept down by Switzerland in opening draw 

Brazil's Neymar, Gabriel Jesus kept down by Switzerland in opening draw
Neymar tried a lot but not much came off for the Brazilian star against Switzerland.
Photo by Matthew Ashton - AMA/Getty Images
Brazil disappointed the torcedores (fans) who filled the Rostov Arena with a 1-1 draw against Switzerland in their opening World Cup match Sunday.
Tite's team had a great first half but were not able to keep up their tempo, suffered from an early second-half equalizer and took too long to react.
Positives

Bayern Munich put 70 million euro price tag on Barcelona target Thiago

Bayern Munich put 70 million euro price tag on Barcelona target Thiago
Barcelona have made Thiago Alcantara their main target for the midfield following Antoine Griezmann's decision to turn them down and remain at Atletico Madrid.
The Catalan side have made contact with Bayern Munich and been told that the player who came through the youth ranks at Barcelona would cost 70 million euros.

Tite frustrated by Switzerland goal as Brazil draw World Cup opener 

Tite frustrated by Switzerland goal as Brazil draw World Cup opener
Brazil coach Tite was convinced Switzerland’s equaliser should have been ruled out for a foul as the five-time World Cup winners were held to a 1-1 draw in their Group E opener.
Swiss midfielder Steven Zuber headed his side level five minutes into the second half, leaving the Brazilians protesting in vain amid claims he had pushed defender Miranda as he climbed to meet Xherdan Shaqiri’s corner.
The South Americans also saw appeals for a penalty waved away after Gabriel Jesus had gone down under Manuel Akanji’s challenge to spark yet another debate over the VAR system.

Paul Pogba claims he is the ‘most criticised player in the world’ 

Paul Pogba claims he is the ‘most criticised player in the world’
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba claims he has gone from "the biggest transfer in the world to the most criticised player in the world".
Pogba played a vital role in France's 2-1 win over Australia in their opening World Cup match on Saturday, setting up Antoine Griezmann before the forward won a penalty, and then seeing his deflected effort bounce off the underside of the bar and cross the line for the winner.
The 25-year-old's form was the subject of much debate during an inconsistent Premier League season but Pogba, who re-joined United from Juventus for a then world-record transfer fee of £89m in 2016, claims he cannot make mistakes like other players.
"It's funny, I went from the biggest transfer in the world, to the most criticised player in the world," he told Telefoot.
Pogba agreed with France coach Didier Deschamps that his side must improve after they were pushed all the way by Australia in their World Cup opener.
"As the coach said, we can do better and we have to do better," Pogba added.

Sunday, 17 June 2018

SuperX make you a big winner in World Cup 

The  ranking first player of each match in SuperX can get a real exciting price, and a lot of players is so willing to get this, so how can we be that big winner? Now let us introduce some special guide for you to win.
SuperX make you a big winner in World Cup
1. Action
This is the most basic requirements for becoming the big winner. All the action of guessing has to be fast, accurate and effective. You have to monitor the situation of the match, check how much you can get and once you believe some event is very likely to happen in next 5 mins, you have to make the bet and don’t lose the chance to win!

Nigerian fans not permitted into World Cup stadiums with live chickens 

Nigerian fans not permitted into World Cup stadiums with live chickens
The World Cup sees a myriad of different cultures and traditions mix in perfect harmony, however it's been confirmed that live chickens will not be allowed into the stadiums in Russia, which is bad news for Nigeria.
Nigerian supporters have traditionally painted chickens green and white and taken them into the stadium because the birds are seen as a good luck charm.
Andrei Yermak, the tourism minister for Kaliningrad, has confirmed that such a tradition will not be given a blind eye when the Super Eagles take on Croatia in the city on Saturday evening.

Mohamed Salah ready to make Egypt return against Russia

Mohamed Salah ready to make Egypt return against Russia
Mohamed Salah will be available for Egypt's match against Russia
Mohamed Salah is "ready to play against Russia" after taking part in full training on Saturday, says Egypt manager Ihab Leheta.
The Liverpool forward, who has been recovering from the shoulder injury he sustained in last month's Champions League final, was an unused substitute in Friday's 1-0 defeat to Uruguay.
With two games remaining of the group stage, Egypt need to beat Russia, who thrashed Saudi Arabia 5-0 in their opening fixture, if they are to stand a realistic chance of progressing to the knockout phases of the World Cup.
Leheta said: "Salah participated in training with his team-mates for the entire session and he is ready to play against Russia according to technical staff.
"Salah did not ask to play against Uruguay. The Russia game is difficult because of our defeat against Uruguay. Winning is our only choice."
Salah scored 44 goals in his debut Liverpool season after signing from Italian side Roma for £34.3m.

Argentina boss Jorge Sampaoli defends Lionel Messi after penalty miss 

Argentina boss Jorge Sampaoli defends Lionel Messi after penalty miss
Lionel Messi was left dejected following the 1-1 draw with Iceland
Argentina boss Jorge Sampaoli defended star player Lionel Messi after he missed a penalty in their 1-1 draw with Iceland.
Messi's spot-kick, saved by Iceland goalkeeper Hannes Halldorsson, summed up his team's afternoon against the tournament's least-populated country.
Although Argentina took an early lead through Sergio Aguero, Alfred Finnbogason equalised for Iceland and the World Cup debutants stood firm against everything thrown their way - including Messi's second-half penalty.
"It was an awkward game because Iceland played in their own half, blocking Messi's outlets," Sampaoli said.
"He kept looking and he wanted Argentina to win, whatever the analysis of any performance says. I am happy because I know that Leo's commitment to getting us into the next round is still there."

Saturday, 16 June 2018

Croatia 2 Nigeria 0: Etebo own goal, Modric penalty settle tight clash 

Nigeria are bottom of Group D after Stoke City's new signing Oghenekaro Etebo scored an own goal in a 2-0 loss to Croatia.
Croatia claimed pole position in Group D with a hard-fought 2-0 win against Nigeria thanks to an own goal from Oghenekaro Etebo and a Luka Modric penalty.
Midfielder Etebo, who joined Stoke City for €7.2million on Monday, turned a Modric corner into his own net after Ivan Perisic and Mario Mandzukic both flicked the delivery on.
Nigeria's previous goal conceded at the World Cup in 2014 was also an own goal, defender Joseph Yobo the unfortunate player to put through his own net in a last-16 defeat to France.

Denmark boss Hareide hails acrobatic Schmeichel after beating Peru 

Denmark boss Hareide hails acrobatic Schmeichel after beating Peru
Denmark boss Age Hareide hailed goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel after the 1-0 World Cup Group C victory over Peru in Saransk.
Schmeichel was key in seeing out the win following Yussuf Poulsen’s 59th-minute strike, making fine saves to keep out efforts from Edison Flores and Jefferson Farfan.
He also did well to deny Andre Carrillo in a first half that saw Peru, playing in their first World Cup finals match since 1982, miss a penalty awarded via the video assistant video referee system, Christian Cueva blazing his attempt from 12 yards over the bar.

Lionel Messi misses penalty as Iceland hold Argentina to a thrilling draw

Lionel Messi misses penalty as Iceland hold Argentina to a thrilling draw
Lionel Messi missed a penalty as Iceland grabbed a deserved 1-1 draw with two-time World Cup winners Argentina.
Sergio Aguero’s opener was cancelled out by Alfred Finnbogason’s predatory finish before half-time as the smallest nation ever to qualify for the tournament made a stirring debut on football’s biggest stage.
And Hannes Halldorsson joined Finnbogason in the country’s footballing folklore by thwarting Messi from the penalty spot in the second half to preserve a memorable point.

Croatia beat Nigeria to take full advantage of Argentina’s slip-up 

Croatia beat Nigeria to take full advantage of Argentina’s slip-up
Croatia took the early initiative in Group D as they saw off Nigeria 2-0 in their World Cup opener at the Kaliningrad Stadium.
With Iceland having held Argentina to a 1-1 draw earlier on Saturday, Croatia took full advantage.
An own goal from Oghenekaro Etebo, set to play at Stoke next season, broke the deadlock just after the hour, with a penalty from captain Luca Modric with 20 minutes left securing three points for Zlatko Dalic’s men.

Peru pay for missed penalty as Denmark win in Saransk 

Peru were beaten 1-0 by Denmark in their first World Cup finals match since 1982, with Yussuf Poulsen’s strike settling the contest after the South Americans missed a first-half penalty.
Christian Cueva blew the opportunity to give the Peruvians the lead just before the interval as he blazed over a spot-kick awarded via the video assistant referee system.
Poulsen, who had given the penalty away with a foul on Cueva, then broke the deadlock in the 59th minute with a cool finish having been teed up by Christian Eriksen.

Peru pay for missed penalty as Denmark win in Saransk
Christian Cueva’s penalty goes over the Denmark bar (Martin Meissner/PA).

Real Madrid offer Cristiano Ronaldo £28.5m contract… but it's not enough

Real Madrid offer Cristiano Ronaldo £28.5m contract… but it's not enough
Cristiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid are at a stand-off over his new contract
REAL MADRID have offered Cristiano Ronaldo a staggering £28.5m annual contract to snub Manchester United.
Ronaldo wants to leave Real Madrid over frustrations regarding tax fraud allegations in Spain, which he denies.
The striker is reportedly unhappy with how Real have failed to give him financial assurances over the issue.
Manchester United and PSG are said to be the two clubs capable of matching Ronaldo's enormous wage demands.
It was reported earlier this week that the Portugal international had asked for a £64m-a-season, five-year deal to remain in Madrid.

Lionel Messi reveals his best ever goal

Lionel Messi reveals his best ever goal

Barcelona legend Lionel Messi has revealed which of the many goals he has scored is his favourite.
Since making his debut for the Catalan club back in 2005, Messi has so far made 637 appearances in all competitions while scoring an incredible 552 goals, averaging a goal every 1.15 matches.
Out of his 552 goals, Messi has revealed which one is his favourite strike. Or rather, head.
The Argentina international spoke to reporters (via Sport) and highlighted his headed finish in the 2009 Champions League final against Manchester United in Rome as his favourite among many special ones.
"I don't look at goals for their beauty, but their importance. The best goal of my career was the header in the Champions League final, for what that goal and that game meant.

Thursday, 14 June 2018

Pogba is more talented than any of France's World Cup winners from 1998, says Desailly

Pogba is more talented than any of France's World Cup winners from 1998, says Desailly
France midfielder Paul Pogba is more talented than any of Les Bleus' 1998 World Cup winning squad, according to Marcel Desailly.
Desailly played for France across a period of 11 years between 1993 to 2004, making 116 appearances for Les Bleus.
In that time, the former Chelsea and Marseille centre-back won both the World Cup in 1998 and then Euro 2000 just two years later in a period of dominance for the French national side.
The home win in 1998 was the last time France won the ultimate prize in world football and now 20 years later, expectations are high for the 23-man squad travelling to Russia for this year's tournament.

Casemiro is the world's best defensive midfielder, says Gilberto Silva 

Casemiro is the world's best defensive midfielder, says Gilberto Silva
Real Madrid's Casemiro is the "best defensive midfielder in the world" according to former Brazilian international Gilberto Silva.
The former Arsenal midfielder thinks the Madrid star is one of the under-appreciated players that will be heading to Russia with the Selecao in four days' time.
Although more established stars like Philippe Coutinho, Gabriel Jesus and Neymar have tended to grab the headlines in the build-up to the tournament, Silva believes that Casemiro is key to the way Tite wants his side to play in Russia.
His presence in front of the back four gives more creative talents the freedom to get forward and produce the kind of football that Brazilian fans have come to expect throughout the years.