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‘ Emotion driving Argentina more than ever in Quatar’ – Pablo Zabaleta

452 ViewsEmotion is always a big part of how Argentina play, but it feels like it is driving us more than ever at this World Cup, with a place in the final only one step away. Winning this tournament again after our triumphs in 1978 and 1986 always means so much to our players and […]

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Cristiano Ronaldo coy about Portugal future as world cup ‘dream’ ends

553 ViewsPortugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo was coy about his international future as he responded to his side’s World Cup exit following defeat by Morocco. The 37-year-old forward was in tears as he walked back to the dressing room after the 1-0 quarter-final. Ronaldo played as a substitute, having also come off the bench in the […]

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Bees force Zesco, Forest players to run for safety

905 ViewsA swarm of bees forced the goalless Zesco United 0-0 Forest Rangers players to scamper for safety at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola. Half of the pitch was infested with a swarm bees in the 76th minute resulting in the game being suspended for over 30 minutes. The Fire Brigade from Ndola City Council […]

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Morocco first African country to play World Cup semifinals

528 ViewsMorocco this evening broke history to become the first African country to qualify to the semifinals of world cup, reports Asa Manda for Zambian Eye. This was after the North Africa team beat favorite Portugal captained by Christiano Ronaldo 1 – 0 in a third quarter final match of the Qatar 2022 World Cup. […]

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Who will win 2022 Qatar FIFA World Cup?

813 ViewsThe on-going FIFA World Cup 2022 edition in Qatar has featured seven out of the eight world champions: Brazil, Germany, France, Argentina, Uruguay, England and Spain, writes Justin Mupundu for Zambian Eye. Italy failed to qualify for the world tournament. Germany and Uruguay have been eliminated at the group stage, and Morocco’s 3-0 penalties […]

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Zimbabwean midfielder Kudakwashe Malachi acquitted

513 ViewsZimbabwean midfielder Kudakwashe Mahachi has been acquitted of a case in which he was accused of having burnt his 4 year old son. Mahachi was accused of burning his son and practicing rituals after pictures circulated on social media of his son in a bad condition. He was taken to court by the boys […]

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Senegalese coach dedicates FIFA victory to Manè

503 ViewsAfter winning Ecuador and securing a spot in the Knockout stage of the Qatar World Cup, Senegal coach Aliou Cissé dedicated the victory to Sadio Mane. “This victory, I would also like to dedicate it to a man who is doing extraordinary things for the country, who is unfortunately not here today. This man […]

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VAR credits Portugal’s first goal to Fernandes not Ronaldo

608 ViewsVideo Assistant Referee (VAR) has corrected the first goal for Portugal awards it to Bruno Fernandes instead of Cristiano Ronaldo who claimed to be his. Portugal players celebrate after winning 2 – 0 over Uruguay Monday, a result that secured the team a place in the last 16 of the World Cup. Ronaldo thought […]

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Germany’s Jamal Musiala again shows his potential as he impresses against Spain

578 ViewsPriceless and peerless, Germany teenager Jamal Musiala now has the label of being “the next Lionel Messi”. The 19-year-old played a key role in driving Hansi Flick’s men to a crucial point on Sunday as they fought for their World Cup future in a tense 1-1 draw with Spain. And, while the performances of […]

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We are still in, says Herve Renard

763 ViewsIn football efficiency is important. We missed the penalty but we are still in the game. Am happy with the way the team played, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Coach Herve Renard said following his team going down to Poland in the second game at the world cup. Poland who are now leading the group […]

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