Fans of football across the world have chosen the best goal at the 2018 Fifa World Cup.
Fifa’s technical team selected the best goals and fans voted for the pick of the lot.
The World Cup Round of 16 stage kicked off Saturday afternoon with a cracking game in Kazan as France saw off a spirited Argentine challenge to advance to the quarter finals.
Teenager Kylian Mbbapé was the man of the moment as he grabbed a brace to lead his team to victory, a quickfire brace which arrived at a crucial moment to wrench the game away from Argentina.
Losing a football game, especially one where the stakes are so high, is definitely a tough thing to swallow.
Going on social media to hurl death threats, African curses and other things against a referee is surely not the right way to go about dealing with that grief, especially when the referee was right in the decision he made.
Nigeria became the third African country to exit the 2014 Fifa World Cup Tuesday night but they did so with their heads held high after a gruelling 2-1 loss to Argentina.
Manchester United defender Marcus Rojo scored late in the game with just about four minutes of regulation time left to break Nigerian hearts and send a listless Argentina into the next round.
Lionel Messi was handed a football lesson tonight by Croatia as they dumped three goals past Argentina in the second round of group games of the 2018 World Cup.
Ante Rebic, Luca Modric and Ivan Rakitic all scored to give the European side a comprehensive victory over Argentina who were pitiful throughout 90 minutes.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hattrick last night, salvaging a last minute point for his country with a sumptuous free kick and dominating the headlines all across the globe.
It was only expected that with Messi playing today, all eyes would be on him to see his response to his arch rival’s world class performance and to say he disappointed would be an understatement.
Football legend, Lionel Messi tied the knot with his babies’ mother (Antonella Roccuzzo) at an exclusive VVIP ceremony in Argentina, yesterday. The ceremony was witnessed by a myriad of his football colleagues who were part of the 250 guest list.
“The Wedding Of The Century” as described by Argentine Press was under the guard of about 400 police officers as the whole area for the occasion was closed down from the public – Mirror Sports reported.
Argentina fell to a shock 2-0 defeat to Bolivia in World Cup qualifying, after being forced to play without talisman Leo Messi due to a ban.
Messi won Argentina their last game 1-0 over Chile, but then berated the assistant referee after a foul was called against him.
Argentinean star Lionel Messi has been slapped with a four match ban after he verbally assaulted a referee’s assistant during his side’s 1-0 win against Chile in world cup qualifying.
Messi, who scored his side’s winning goal via a penalty, lost his cool after an assistant referee penalised him for a foul and he hurled expletives at the official.
Lionel Messi has rescinded his decision to retire from the Argentinean national team, mere months after deciding to call it quits.
The five time world player of the year left the pitch in tears after they lost the final of the Copa America Centenario in June, announcing his retirement not long after.