We're coming up on the four-year anniversary of Mario Götze finding the back of the net in extra time of the 2014 World Cup Final against Argentina, giving Die Mannschaft it's first World Cup title in almost two-and-a-half decade.
The major international football tournament, World Cup 2018 is only days away and many fans have already gear themselves up for what would be a month of exciting games with top players battling hard for their country's honor.
Once upon a time, Jose Mourinho was considered as the premier coach in world football. “The Special One” could seemingly do no wrong, having turned Chelsea into a formidable force in the Premier League in his first spell.
The Premier League is set to play its final fixtures this weekend and although almost everything is concluded, there's still some teams that are keen on securing their targets.
Liverpool, is one of that sides which many people will be keen on watching as they face up against Brighton and Hove Albion this weekend, including betting lovers, who have placed their money either using free bet, bonus offer or any other options.
It’s looking like the 2018 World Cup is shaping up to be one of the biggest events in sporting history, with Russia, the world’s biggest nation hosting it for the first time in the events 88 year history after being awarded the honour back in 2010.
Italian-Brazilian, Jorginho is one player that is in demand. The Napoli midfielder has earned rave reviews for his performances for the Partenopei this term, offering solidity in the middle of the park and helping the Naples based outfit challenge for the Serie A title with perennial winners, Juventus.
Entering the semifinal round, this season's UEFA Champions League campaign is close to its climax with four teams gunning for that prestigious trophy.
Knowing how close things are, football lovers and betting enthusiasts might be keen on placing their money again and this time around it might also best to use promo codes, such as what is being offered by Betfred.
The 2017-18 Premier League season is drawing to a close as the 2018 World Cup approaches in Russia this summer.
Manchester City are all-but set to be crowned the Premier League champions for the third time in seven seasons and in some style as they currently hold a 16-point lead over Manchester United with seven games to play, and the Manchester derby this weekend in which they can seal it.
Being able to score 26 goals in 41 appearances, there is no argument that Zlatan Ibrahimović was out to prove a point as he continued his career at Manchester United. Known for his excellent skills in front of goal, the former Swedish international has graced the centre stage in most of the biggest leagues in Europe.
Now that the busiest period for English clubs is over, we look back in what was one of the most hectic transfer windows in recent history. Alexis Sanchez moving to Manchester United and Arsenal getting the Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund stole the newspapers headlines, but we look what all 20 teams did on the transfer market and more important have they improved their squads:
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Pep Guardiola’s dream of an undefeated Premier League season came crashing down around him in mid-January, with Liverpool’s free-flowing attacking play causing Manchester City numerous problems at Anfield, with the Reds recording a 4-3 victory in a thrilling encounter, where the art of defending was thrown out of the window by both sides.