Professional sports, including football have long been providing competition not only for men but also women and apart from the difference of popularity, another major gap that can be seen is in terms of earnings.
Manchester City and Manchester United both grabbed positive results on their latest UEFA Champions League group stage fixtures as they defeated their opponents, but not only that, they also grabbed the headlines for controversial things.
Liverpool's Champions League journey suddenly face a really serious threat as Jurgen Klopp's men found themselves beaten by Red Star Belgrade 2-0 on Tuesday.
Winning their previous meeting with the Serbian outfit 4-0, The Reds players seemingly not expecting a strongly different scenario as they travel to that East Europa region.
Experiencing a rather tough start into their Premier League season, things finally starting to shape up well for Arsenal as despite their recent two draws in the competition they haven't been beaten in 14 games now in all competition.
Having been receiving slight criticism in recent years due to his inconsistent performances, Luis Suarez, showed that he can still put on an excellent display following his hat-trick against Real Madrid on Sunday's El Classico.
The final round of match ups in UEFA’s inaugural Nations League are about to reach their conclusion and there’s a lot left to play for. For many teams, this final round of fixtures could be the difference between promotion, relegation, or qualification for the the finals next June.
The English Premier League have only heading into match day eight, but football lovers are set to enjoy an exciting clash between two potential title rivals this upcoming Sunday, October 7, 2018 when Liverpool play host to Manchester City.
The Premier League has kicked off, and all eyes will lie on that coveted league trophy come May 2019. However, the league’s superstars will also have their eye on a personal honour to cap off their year – the PFA Player of the Year.
Fresh off their World Cup victory earlier this year, France have returned to Paris and shown that they are deserving of the trophy. On the 9th September, the French national team took on The Netherlands, managing to win 2-1.
Losing their last two league fixtures, Manchester United are looking to end that negative streak this upcoming Sunday, September 2 as they travel to Burnley.
That upcoming tie is very important for both sides as they are hunting for points, triggering a potentially intriguing contest which should interest not just regular football fans, but also betting lovers, who might want to place their cash on the match.