Collated Africa Cup of Nations matchday 4 qualifying results on Tuesday:

Kenya’s Michael Olunga (R) vies with Ethiopia’s Antene Tesfaka (L) and Ashalew Tamene during the AFCON 2019 qualifier football match between Kenya and Ethiopia at Kasarani stadium in Nairobi, on October 14, 2018. (Photo by Stafford ONDEGO / AFP)

Collated Africa Cup of Nations matchday 4 qualifying results on Tuesday:
Group A
Madagascar 1 (Rakotoharimalala 41) Equatorial Guinea 0
At Khartoum
Sudan 0 Senegal 1 (Sarr 86)
Standings (played, won, drawn, lost, goals for, goals against, points)
Senegal 4 3 1 0 9 2 10 – qualified
Madagascar 4 3 1 0 7 3 10 – qualified
E. Guinea 4 1 0 3 1 5 3
Sudan 4 0 0 4 1 8 0
Fixtures
Nov 12/20: E. Guinea v Senegal,
Madagascar v Sudan

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Group B
Comoros 2 (Nabouhane 8, 90+2) Morocco 2 (Boutaib 53, Amrabat 62)
At Blantyre, Malawi
Malawi 0 Cameroon 0
Cameroon 4 2 2 0 3 1 8 – qualified as hosts
Morocco 4 2 1 1 6 3 7
Malawi 4 1 1 2 1 4 4
Comoros 4 0 2 2 3 5 2
Note: Cameroon entered for competitive match practice
Fixtures
Nov 12/20: Comoros v Malawi,
Morocco v Cameroon
Group C
Burundi 1 (Abdul Razak 18) Mali 1 (Fofana 72)
At Juba
South Sudan 0 Gabon 1 (Poko 48)
Standings
Mali 4 2 2 0 6 2 8
Gabon 4 2 1 1 6 3 7
Burundi 4 1 3 0 5 2 6
S. Sudan 4 0 0 4 0 10 0
Fixtures
Nov 12/20: Gabon v Mali,

S. Sudan v Burundi
Group D
Benin 1 (D’Almeida 16) Algeria 0
At Bakau, Gambia
Gambia 0 Togo 1 (F. Ayite 90)
Standings
Algeria 4 2 1 1 4 2 7
Benin 4 2 1 1 2 2 7
Togo 4 1 2 1 2 2 5
Gambia 4 0 2 2 2 4 2
Fixtures
Nov 12/20: Gambia v Benin,
Togo v Algeria
Group E
Seychelles 0 South Africa 0
At Sfax, Tunisia
Libya 2 (Zubya 35, Ben Ali 74) Nigeria 3 (Ighalo 14, 81, Musa 17)
Note: fixture moved from Libya for security reasons
Standings
Nigeria 4 3 0 1 10 4 9
S. Africa 4 2 2 0 8 0 8
Libya 4 1 1 2 7 8 4
Seychelles 4 0 1 3 1 14 1
Fixtures
Nov 12/20: S. Africa v Nigeria,
Seychelles v Libya
Group F
Kenya 4 2 1 1 5 2 7
Ethiopia 4 1 1 2 1 8 4
Ghana 2 1 0 1 5 1 3
S. Leone 2 1 0 1 2 2 3
Fixtures
Nov 12/20: Ethiopia v Ghana,

Kenya v S. Leone (pending lifting of FIFA ban on S. Leone)
Group G
Zimbabwe 1 (Billiat 1) Democratic Republic of Congo 1 (Hadebe 24-og)
At Paynesville, Liberia
Liberia 2 (Teah 7, Jebor 13) Congo Brazzaville 1 (Ibara 15)
Standings
Zimbabwe 4 2 2 0 7 3 8
DR Congo 4 1 2 1 6 5 5
Congo 4 1 1 2 6 7 4
Liberia 4 1 1 2 4 8 4
Fixtures
Nov 12/20: Congo v DR Congo,

Liberia v Zimbabwe
Group H
Rwanda 1 (Tuyisenge 78) Guinea 1 (Martinez 64)
At Bangui
Central African Republic 0 Ivory Coast 0
Standings
Guinea 4 3 1 0 7 3 10
I. Coast 4 2 1 1 8 4 7
C.A.R. 4 1 1 2 2 6 4
Rwanda 4 0 1 3 3 7 1
Fixtures
Nov 12/20: Guinea v I. Coast,
Rwanda v C.A.R.
Group I
Mauritania 1 (Ba 18) Angola 0
At Francistown, Botswana
Botswana 0 Burkina Faso 0
Standings
Mauritania 4 3 0 1 5 4 9
B. Faso 4 2 1 1 6 3 7
Angola 4 2 0 2 6 5 6
Botswana 4 0 1 3 0 5 1
Nov 12/20: Angola v B. Faso,

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Mauritania v Botswana
Group J
At Manzini, eSwatini (formerly Swaziland)
eSwatini 0 Egypt 2 (Hegazy 19, M. Mohsen 53)
At Niamey
Niger 1 (Oumarou 36) Tunisia 2 (Chaouat 28, 32)
Standings
Tunisia 4 4 0 0 6 1 12 – qualified
Egypt 4 3 0 1 12 2 9 – qualified
eSwatini 4 0 1 3 1 8 1
Niger 4 0 1 3 1 9 1

Fixtures
Nov 12/20: Egypt v Tunisia,

eSwatini v Niger
Group K
Namibia 1 (Shalulile 73) Mozambique 0
Standings
G. Bissau 4 2 1 1 6 5 7
Namibia 4 2 1 1 4 3 7
Mozambique 4 1 1 2 4 5 4
Zambia 4 1 1 2 4 5 4
Fixtures
Nov 12/20: Mozambique v Zambia,
Namibia v G. Bissau
Group L
At Dar es Salaam
Tanzania 2 (Msuva 29, Samatta 58) Cape Verde 0
At Maseru
Lesotho 0 Uganda 2
(Miya 6, 35)
Standings
Uganda 4 3 1 0 6 0 10
Tanzania 4 1 2 1 3 4 5
C. Verde 4 1 1 2 4 4 4
Lesotho 4 0 2 2 2 7 2

Fixtures
Nov 12/20:
Lesotho v Tanzania,
Uganda v C. Verde
Note: group winners and runners-up qualify except for Group B, where 2019 Cup of Nations hosts Cameroon and the highest placed of the other three teams go to the finals

Zidane to Man Utd: 2 brilliant Real Madrid youngsters he should bring to Old Trafford if he joins

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Zidane to Man Utd: 2 brilliant Real Madrid youngsters he should bring to Old Trafford if he joins

Jose Mourinho isn’t a manager famed for his use of young players, and that’s been a constant source of frustration for fans of Man Utd and his previous clubs, too. At Old Trafford, youth integration is a historical facet of the club’s goals, and they don’t want that change.

Whenever a new manager is linked with the post then, attention is immediately turned to the young players that could be impacted by a deal, and the latest boss linked with the Man Utd post – via the Sun – is Zinedine Zidane, who is currently a free agent after leaving Real Madrid.

Mourinho’s had a tough summer, and whilst he isn’t likely to be replaced immediately, it seems as though Man Utd are preparing a contingency plan.

Zidane himself isn’t really known for developing youngsters, but, at Real Madrid, there is an abundance of young talent that he found difficult to ignore, and he’d be wise to continue looking towards the academy at the club in search of new talent.

If he were to move to Man Utd, there are a few youngsters at the club that could make a real impact at Old Trafford, and perhaps the allure of linking up with their old manager could tempt them.

With that said, here are 2 brilliant Real Madrid youngsters he should bring to Old Trafford if he joins

Theo Hernandez
Theo Hernandez only joined Real Madrid in 2017, but it’s been far from plain sailing for him.

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It was always going to be tough for him to break into the first team in the place of Marcelo, and unfortunately for him, it’s a battle that he has seemingly lost – for the time being at least.

That said, there is no doubting his quality. The Frenchman offers the perfect balance of attack and defence, and his ability with the ball at his feet is second to none.

Man Utd lack depth at left-back, and if Luke Shaw isn’t an option, Hernandez would be a fantastic acquisition.

Borja Mayoral
Borja Mayoral made 14 league appearances under Zidane last season, and like Hernandez, he’s a player with bags of talent.

A striker by trade, he only managed to bag 3 league goals last term, but still, his natural ability was evident.

He’s brilliant on the ball, he’s mobile and agile, and at 21-years-old, there is so much scope for further progression.

Zidane seems to like him, and given Man Utd’s needs for further offensive depth, a move for him would make sense. They can’t go on with just one forward – Romelu Lukaku – and whilst Mayoral wouldn’t be a regular starter, a squad role makes sense.

FIFA WORLD CUP 2018* *LAST 16*

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*FIFA WORLD CUP 2018*
*LAST 16*
Saturday 4pm: France vs Argentina
Saturday 8pm: Uruguay vs Portugal
Sunday 4pm: Spain vs Russia
Sunday 8pm: Croatia vs Denmark
Monday 4pm: Brazil vs Mexico
Monday 8pm: Belgium vs Japan
Tuesday 4pm: Sweden vs Switzerland
Tuesday 8pm: Colombia vs England

*RUSSIA 2018 FIFA WORLD CUP RESULTS FROM DAY ONE,STANDINGS, QUALIFIED TEAMS, ROUND OF 16 FIXTURES DATE/TIME AND TOP SCORERS*_

Thursday 14 June, 2018
Russia 5-0 Saudi Arabia

Friday 15 June, 2018
Egypt 0-1 Uruguay

Morocco 0-1 Iran

Portugal 3-3 Spain

Saturday 16 June, 2018
France 2-1 Australia

Argentina 1-1 Iceland

Peru 0-1 Denmark

Croatia 2-0 Nigeria

Sunday 17 June, 2018
Costa Rica 0-1 Serbia

Germany 0-1 Mexico

Brazil 1-1 Switzerland

Monday 18 June, 2018
Sweden 1-0 South Korea

Belgium 3-0 Panama

Tunisia 1-2 England

Tuesday 19 June, 2018
Poland 1-2 Senegal

Colombia 1-2 Japan

Russia 3-1 Egypt

Wednesday 20 June 2018
Portugal 1-0 Morocco

Uruguay 1-0 Saudi Arabia

Iran 0-1 Spain

Thursday 21 June 2018
Denmark 1-1 Australia

France 1-0 Peru

Argentina 0-3 Croatia

Friday 22 June, 2018
Serbia 1-2 Switzerland

Nigeria 2-0 Iceland

Brazil 2-0 Costa Rica

Saturday 23 June, 2018
Germany 2-1 Sweden

Korea Republic 1-2 Mexico

Belgium 5-2 Tunisia

Sunday 24 June, 2018
Poland 0-3 Colombia

Japan 2-2 Senegal

England 6-1 Panama

Monday 25 June, 2018
Spain 2-2 Morocco

Uruguay 3-0 Russia

Saudi Arabia 2-1 Egypt

Iran 1-1 Portugal

Tuesday 26 June, 2018
Iceland 1-2 Croatia

Nigeria 1-2 Argentina

Denmark 0-0 France

Australia 0-2 Peru

Wednesday 27 June, 2018
South Korea 2-0 Germany

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Mexico 0-3 Sweden

Serbia 0-2 Brazil

Switzerland 2-2 Costa Rica

Thursday 28 June, 2018
Japan 0-1 Poland

Senegal 0-1 Colombia

Panama 1-2 Tunisia

England 0-1 Belgium
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STANDINGS

Team P W D L GD Pts
1 Uruguay 3 3 0 0 5 9
2 Russia 3 2 0 1 4 6
3 Saudi Arabia 3 1 0 2 -5 3
4 Egypt 3 0 0 3 -4 0

Group B
Team P W D L GD Pts
1 Spain 3 1 2 0 1 5
2 Portugal 3 1 2 0 1 5
3 Iran 3 1 1 1 0 4
4 Morocco 3 0 1 2 -2 1

Group C
Team P W D L GD Pts
1 France 3 2 1 0 2 7
2 Denmark 3 1 2 0 1 5
3 Peru 3 1 0 2 0 3
4 Australia 3 0 1 2 -3 1

Group D
Team P W D L GD Pts
1 Croatia 3 3 0 0 6 9
2 Argentina 3 1 1 1 -2 4
3 Nigeria 3 1 0 2 -1 3
4 Iceland 3 0 1 2 -3 1

Group E
Team P W D L GD Pts
1 Brazil 3 2 1 0 4 7
2 Switzerland 3 1 2 0 1 5
3 Serbia 3 1 0 2 -2 3
4 Costa Rica 3 0 1 2 -3 1

Group F
Team P W D L GD Pts
1 Sweden 3 2 0 1 3 6
2 Mexico 3 2 0 1 -1 6
3 South Korea 3 1 0 2 0 3
4 Germany 3 1 0 2 -2 3

Group G
Team P W D L GD Pts
1 Belgium 3 3 0 0 7 9
2 England 3 2 0 1 5 6
3 Tunisia 3 1 0 2 -3 3
4 Panama 3 0 0 3 -9 0

Group H
Team P W D L GD Pts
1 Colombia 3 2 0 1 3 6
2 Japan 3 1 1 1 0 4
3 Senegal 3 1 1 1 0 4
4 Poland 3 1 0 2 -3 3
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QUALIFIED TEAMS

Uruguay✔
Portugal✔
France✔
Argentina✔
Spain✔
Russia✔
Croatia✔
Denmark✔
Brazil✔
Mexico✔
Belgium✔
Japan✔
Sweden✔
Switzerland✔
Colombia✔
England✔
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ROUND OF 16 GAMES

Saturday 30 June, 2018
16:00 France Vs Argentina

20:00 Uruguay Vs Portugal

Sunday 1 July, 2018
16:00 Spain Vs Russia

20:00 Croatia Vs Denmark

Monday 2 July, 2018
16:00 Brazil Vs Mexico

20:00 Belgium Vs Japan

Tuesday 3 June, 2018
16:00 Sweden Vs Switzerland

20:00 Colombia Vs England
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TOP SCORERS

Harry Kane – 5

Romelu Lukaku – 4

Cristiano Ronaldo – 4

Denis Cheryshev – 3

Diego Costa – 3

Wahbi Khazri – 2

Eden Hazard – 2

Artem Dzyuba – 2

Philippe Coutinho – 2

Yerry Mina – 2

Mohamed Salah – 2

Ahmed Musa – 2

John Stones – 2

Luka Modric – 2

Andreas Granqvist – 2

Mile Jedinak – 2

Son Heung-Min – 2

Luis Suarez – 2

*ENJOY YOUR WEEKEND REMEMBER DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE*🍺🍺🚦🚘🚐

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Peru 0 Denmark 1: Heartbreak for Cueva as Poulsen strikes

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Peru 0 Denmark 1: Heartbreak for Cueva as Poulsen strikes

Christian Cueva was reduced to tears half-way through Peru’s 1-0 defeat to Denmark after he missed a penalty.

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Yussuf Poulsen bounced back from conceding a first-half penalty to score the decisive goal in Demark’s 1-0 victory over Peru in their World Cup Group C opener.
The RB Leipzig forward was deemed to have tripped Christian Cueva in the box when referee Bakary Gassama consulted VAR, but the Peru midfielder skied his spot-kick and left the field in tears at the end of a tense opening period.
Denmark settled into the game after the interval and the talismanic Christian Eriksen provided Poulsen with a chance to turn his evening around in the 59th minute, and the 24-year-old made no mistake.
Paolo Guerrero came on from the bench following a successful appeal to suspend his 14-month drug ban cleared him to feature, but he could not turn the game in Peru’s favour.
Kasper Schmeichel denied Jefferson Farfan brilliantly with six minutes to go as Ricardo Gareca’s men gave a good account of themselves in their first World Cup match for 36 years, entertaining the hordes of South American fans who packed the Mordovia Arena.
France await Peru next, while Denmark will go into their game against Australia in confident mood after collecting three points.

Orlando City’s Yoshimar Yotun lashed the ball into Schmeichel’s midriff from 25 yards as Peru made a positive, energetic start to the game and Edison Flores lifted a powerful shot over the crossbar from just outside the box.
Andre Carrillo surged towards the Denmark box in the 13th minute and cut inside to curl a low drive towards the bottom-left corner, only for Schmeichel to pull off a diving save.
Denmark began to dominate possession but it was not until the 27th minute that they attempted a shot on goal, Thomas Delaney launching the ball over.
Peru promptly countered when Carrillo’s weighted pass put Farfan through on goal and Simon Kjaer had to rush across to dispossess the striker.
Denmark midfielder William Kvist was taken off on a stretcher after a sustaining a blow to the ribs in a challenge with Farfan, and disaster almost struck for Age Hareide’s men when Cueva was brought down in the penalty area by Poulsen.
The referee pointed to the spot upon reviewing video footage and Cueva blazed over, much to the dismay of Peru’s sizable travelling support.
Denmark looked more assured after the restart and pushed forward in search of a breakthrough. It arrived just before the hour mark when Eriksen ran through the middle and fed Poulsen, who slotted the ball low to the left of Peru goalkeeper Pedro Gallese.
Peru piled forward and Flores drew a fine, one-handed save from Schmeichel, before the winger was replaced by Peru’s all-time leading goal-scorer Guerrero in the 62nd minute.
The veteran forward quickly tested Schmeichel, heading directly at the keeper from close range before trying an audacious backheel from the edge of the six-yard box that trickled past the post.
Schmeichel then made a brilliant stop with his feet from a late Farfan thunderbolt

France 2 Australia 1: Historic Griezmann goal and Pogba secure slender win

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France 2 Australia 1: Historic Griezmann goal and Pogba secure slender win

A late Paul Pogba goal and a VAR-assisted penalty from Antoine Griezmann helped France to a scarcely deserved 2-1 win over Australia.

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Antoine Griezmann scored the first penalty given by VAR in World Cup history as France edged past Australia 2-1 in their Group C opener.
France were a long way from their best at the Kazan Arena, with their heralded attacking trio of Griezmann, Kylian Mbappe and Ousmane Dembele failing to ignite against a dogged Australian outfit.
After a disjointed first half, the game sparked into life shortly after the interval as referee Andres Cunha awarded a penalty to France after consulting VAR and deciding that Josh Risdon had clipped Griezmann just inside the area.
The Atletico Madrid striker’s fierce spot-kick was cancelled out just four minutes later by another penalty, Aston Villa midfielder Mile Jedinak slotting home after Samuel Umtiti handled in the area.
Didier Deschamps’ side looked to be heading for a disappointing start to their campaign, but Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba saw his deflected effort bounce off the crossbar and narrowly over the line 10 minutes from time to secure all three points.
France will hope for a more fluid performance against Peru on Thursday, while Australia will look to get their campaign back on track when they face Denmark.

Les Bleus had started the game in ominous fashion, carving out three chances in the opening six minutes.
First, Mbappe was denied from an acute angle by Mat Ryan before the Australia goalkeeper comfortably held a Pogba free-kick and Griezmann’s half-volley from distance in quick succession.
Australia weathered that early storm, though, and came agonisingly close to taking the lead after 17 minutes.
Aaron Mooy’s teasing free-kick from the left was diverted towards his own goal by Corentin Tolisso, but a scrambling Hugo Lloris was able to turn it around the post.
France’s early verve was sorely lacking for the remainder of the half, with Australia able to keep their more illustrious opponents comfortably at arm’s length before the interval.

The game finally burst into life 10 minutes into the second period with Griezmann’s historic goal, which came at the end of a week in which his club future was the focus of intense speculation before he committed to Atletico.
Risdon had appeared to get away with his tackle on the marauding striker, but after a consultation with VAR the referee spotted an illegal clip on the Atletico striker’s heel and awarded a spot-kick.
Australia bounced back superbly from that setback, though, and were level just four minutes later.
Umtiti’s bizarre decision to handle Mooy’s free-kick allowed Jedinak to coolly stroke past Lloris for what looked like being a share of the spoils.
Pogba had other ideas, though, sending a stabbed effort towards goal from the edge of the area which was cruelly diverted past Ryan by Aziz Behich to get the French off to a winning start.
Key Opta stats:
– This is the fourth successive World Cup that France have started the tournament unbeaten (W2 D2 L0), last losing in 2002 against Senegal.
– Australia have lost four of their five opening World Cup games, with their only win coming against Japan in 2006.
– All four of Australian Mat Ryan’s saves vs France came in the opening eight minutes, with the keeper conceding the next two shots on target faced.
– The two penalties scored in the game between France and Australia were only four minutes, seven seconds apart – the shortest period of time between two penalties being scored by different sides in a World Cup match.
– Daniel Arzani has become the youngest player to ever make a World Cup appearance for Australia (19y 163d).

Portugal 3 Spain 3: Brilliant Ronaldo hat-trick earns thrilling draw

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Portugal 3 Spain 3: Brilliant Ronaldo hat-trick earns thrilling draw

Spain looked set to beat Iberian rivals Portugal thanks to a Nacho wondergoal, but Cristiano Ronaldo’s hat-trick shared the spoils.

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s stunning hat-trick earned Portugal a dramatic 3-3 draw in their Group B opener against Iberian neighbours Spain.
Spain led with three minutes to go after Nacho Fernandez hit a wonderful 25-yard drive but Ronaldo was determined to steal the headlines for himself.
And he ended the day with a World Cup match-ball after hitting an outrageous late free-kick to ensure the spoils were shared in this blockbuster clash in Sochi.
Captain Ronaldo had given Portugal a fourth-minute lead from the penalty spot after he was fouled by Madrid team-mate Nacho, restoring the lead thanks to David de Gea’s horrible mistake.
Diego Costa replied twice to get the 2010 champions level, with Nacho’s beautiful goal having seemingly settled a high-class encounter at the Fisht Stadium.
Ronaldo, though, had other ideas and stepped up to beat De Gea again with a perfect 20-yard free-kick, almost snatching all three points with a stoppage-time header.

Friday’s earlier games were both settled by late winners but Ronaldo was immediately in the thick of the action, tumbling under a rash challenge from Nacho, who was deputising for Dani Carvajal, another Real Madrid team-mate.
Although De Gea attempted to distract Ronaldo before the former Manchester United man took the spot-kick, he sent the goalkeeper the wrong way to make yet more history, becoming the first player to score in eight consecutive international tournaments.
David Silva smashed a shot over the crossbar as Spain – who sacked coach Julen Lopetegui on the eve of the tournament and replaced him with Fernando Hierro – tried to find an immediate response, the Manchester City midfielder then having an effort deflected wide after magical footwork from Andres Iniesta.
An increasingly dominant Spain did draw level in the 24th minute, though, with a goal that survived a VAR review.
Costa bullied Pepe in the air, then twisted and turned away from two Portugal defenders to rifle home his seventh goal in 11 international appearances.
Technology was soon called into action again when Isco’s rocket thumped against the crossbar, but replays showed the ball bounced on the line before Portugal smuggled it away.
De Gea made a terrible error in a warm-up friendly against Switzerland and he was guilty again with a horrible moment that handed Portugal back the lead on the stroke of half-time.
Portugal had not recorded a shot on target since Ronaldo’s opener but, when the forward collected possession on the edge of the area and drilled a low left-footed drive at De Gea, the goalkeeper somehow allowed the ball to slip through his grasp.
Spain did not allow that mistake to distract them, though, Costa levelling the scores in the 55th minute.
Silva’s free-kick to the back post was headed back across goal by Sergio Busquets, with Costa timing his run into the box to nudge home.
Within three minutes Spain were in front for the first time, thanks to Nacho’s spectacular 25-yard goal.
A Portugal clearance rebounded kindly to the Madrid defender, who hit a first-time drive that curled beautifully out of Rui Patricio’s reach, via a double bounce off the woodwork.
Substitute Ricardo Quaresma fired a warning shot over the crossbar but there was only one man who was going to step up for Portugal.
Ronaldo was fouled on the edge of the penalty area and he could hardly have placed the ball in a more ideal position for one of his special set-pieces, despite having failed to score with 44 previous free-kick efforts in World Cups and European Championships.
With the Sochi crowd on the edge of their seats, Ronaldo delivered with a trademark curler that bent over and away from the wall to settle a contest that will go down in history as a World Cup classic.

Morocco 0 Iran 1: Bouhaddouz own-goal gifts game to Queiroz’s men

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Morocco 0 Iran 1: Bouhaddouz own-goal gifts game to Queiroz’s men

Morocco had by far the better of the chances before Aziz Bouhaddouz’s own goal handed victory to Iran.

Aziz Bouhaddouz scored a calamitous own goal deep into second-half stoppage time as Morocco slipped to a 1-0 defeat to Iran in their first World Cup match for 20 years.
The late drama sparked wild celebrations from the Iran bench in St Petersburg as Carlos Queiroz’s side took three points from a game in which they were second best for long periods.

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Herve Renard’s team were well-organised but Morocco extended their record of never having won their opening game in the tournament despite dominating the match and carving out opportunities to score either side of half-time.
Iran’s counter-attacking strategy had failed to bear fruit with Karim Ansarifard and Sardar Azmoun squandering great chances until their wastefulness was rendered irrelevant by Bouhaddouz’s late error.
The Morocco striker, on as a substitute in the 77th minute, put Ehsan Haji Safi’s free-kick through his own net with a diving header in the 95th minute of the game, leaving no time for a comeback.
While Iran celebrated, Morocco faced up to the daunting reality of going into their remaining Group B games against Spain and Portugal with no points on the board.

Morocco, competing at the World Cup finals for the first time in 20 years, started positively and Amine Harit fired wide with a volley from the edge of the penalty area after two minutes.

Younes Belhanda headed past the post from Nordin Amrabat’s cross shortly after as Morocco found their way behind the Iran defence with ease, before Ayoub El Kaabi failed to test Alireza Beiranvand in the Iran goal when he swung wildly at a chance from 18 yards.
The pressure on Iran was almost relentless, with Belhanda and captain Medhi Benatia squandering close-range chances in a penalty box scramble before Iran finally countered after 20 minutes, only for Karim Ansarifard to scuff his shot when clean through on goal.

Harit’s neat footwork took him into the box and he drew a save from Beiranvand with a side-footed shot as Morocco continued to press.
The best chance of the first half fell to Iran’s Sardar Azmoun, though, who bore down on goal after latching onto Omid Ebrahimi’s throughabll, but his shot was too low and Munir Mohamedi saved low with his feet.
Amrabat continued to make inroads down the right flank for Morocco after the interval while their efficiency and organisation at the back cut out Iran’s counter-attacks before they reached the final third.
With just under 20 minutes left on the clock, Amrabat fell awkwardly when challenging for the ball and the wing-back was left so dazed that he had to be replaced by his younger brother, Sofyan.
Morocco pushed for a winner in the final 10 minutes and Hakim Ziyech lashed the ball towards the bottom-left corner of the net from 20 yards but Beiranvand pulled off a smart stop.
And it proved an even more important save when Iran forced a free-kick wide on the left in the closing seconds and Safi’s delivery was met by a thunderbolt of a header from Bouhaddouz that flew into the left corner of the net, undoing Morocco’s hard work and leaving them with a mountain to climb to stay in the World Cup.
Key Opta stats:
– Morocco have never won their opening match at a World Cup tournament (D2 L3), also failing to win in 1970, 1986, 1994 and 1998.
– Iran won just their second match at the World Cup (D3 L8), with this their first since beating USA in June 1998.
– Iran did not attempt a single shot in the second half and were the first team since 1966 to score a goal in a half of World Cup football without attempting a shot.
– Iran kept only their second World Cup clean sheet – their other came in a goalless draw with Nigeria in June 2014.
– Aziz Bouhaddouz’s own-goal in the 95th minute was only the second own-goal scored in the 90th minute in a World Cup match, after Joseph Yobo for Nigeria against France in June 2014.
– Carlos Queiroz has never lost against an African nation in the World Cup (W1 D2), keeping three clean sheets in those matches.
– Aziz Bouhaddouz is just the third player to score an own-goal as a substitute in a World Cup match, after Laszlo Dajka (1986 for Hungary against USSR) and Petit (2006 for Portugal against Germany).

World Cup Fixtures*

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*World Cup Fixtures*

*Friday 15 June 2018*
14:00 Egypt vs Uruguay
17:00 Morocco vs Iran
20:00 Portugal vs Spain

*Saturday 16 June 2018*
12:00 France vs Australia
15:00 Argentina vs Iceland
18:00 Peru vs Denmark
21:00 Croatia vs Nigeria

*Sunday 17 June 2018*
14:00 Costa Rica vs Serbia
17:00 Germany vs Mexico
20:00 Brazil vs Switzerland

*Monday 18 June 2018*
14:00 Sweden vs Korea Republic
17:00 Belgium vs Panama
20:00 Tunisia vs England

*Tuesday 19 June 2018*
14:00 Colombia vs Japan
17:00 Poland vs Senegal
20:00 Russia vs Egypt

*Wednesday 20 June 2018*
14:00 Portugal vs Morocco
17:00 Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia
20:00 Iran vs Spain

*Thursday 21 June 2018*
14:00 Denmark vs Australia
17:00 France vs Peru
20:00 Argentina vs Croatia

*Friday 22 June 2018*
14:00 Brazil vs Costa Rica
17:00 Nigeria vs Iceland
20:00 Serbia vs Switzerland

*Saturday 23 June 2018*
World Cup
14:00 Belgium vs Tunisia
17:00 Korea Republic vs Mexico
20:00 Germany vs Sweden

*Sunday 24 June 2018*
14:00 England vs Panama
17:00 Japan vs Senegal
20:00 Poland vs Colombia

*Monday 25 June 2018*
16:00 Saudi Arabia vs Egypt
16:00 Uruguay vs Russia
20:00 Iran vs Portugal
20:00 Spain vs Morocco

*Tuesday 26 June 2018*
16:00 Australia vs Peru
16:00 Denmark vs France
20:00 Iceland vs Croatia
20:00 Nigeria vs Argentina

*Wednesday 27 June 2018*
16:00 Korea Republic vs Germany
16:00 Mexico vs Sweden
20:00 Serbia vs Brazil
20:00 Switzerland vs Costa Rica

*Thursday 28 June 2018*
16:00 Japan vs Poland
16:00 Senegal vs Colombia
20:00 England vs Belgium
20:00 Panama vs Tunisia

*Round of 16*

*Saturday 30 June 2018*

16:00 ————

20:00 ————–

*Sunday 01 July 2018*

16:00 ———–

20:00 ———–

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*Monday 02 July 2018*

16:00 ————

20:00 ————

*Tuesday 03 July 2018*

16:00 ———–

20:00 ————

*Quarter Finals*
*Friday 06 July 2018*

16:00 1/4 Final 1

20:00 1/4 Final 2

*Saturday 07 July 2018*

16:00 1/4 Final 3

20:00 1/4 Final 4

*Tuesday 10 July 2018*

20:00 Semi final 1

*Wednesday 11 July 2018*

20:00 Semi final 2

*Saturday 14 July 2018*

16:00 3rd place

*Sunday 15 July 2018*

16:00 Finals

‬ P W L D GD Pt
Russia 1 1 0 0 +5 3
Egypt 0 0 0 0 0 0
Uruguay. 0 0 0 0 0 0
S.Arabia. 1 0 1 0 -5 0

Saudi Arabia’s record at the World Cup

1998- France 4-0 Saudi
2002- Germany 8-0 Saudi
2002- Ireland 3-0 Saudi
2006- Ukraine 4-0 Saudi
2018- Russia 5-0 Saudi

Russia 5 Saudi Arabia 0: in World Cup opener despite

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Russia 5 Saudi Arabia 0:
in World Cup opener despite

Denis Cheryshev scored his first Russia goals as the World Cup hosts brushed Saudi Arabia aside at Luzhniki Stadium.

Denis Cheryshev scored a brace and Aleksandr Golovin starred as Russia kicked off their first home World Cup with a rampant 5-0 Group A win over a lacklustre Saudi Arabia side in Moscow.
Yuri Gazinskiy and Cheryshev struck first-half goals to open their international accounts at Luzhniki Stadium, Artem Dzyuba adding a third 89 seconds after his introduction as a second-half replacement, but an injury to star man Alan Dzagoev will cause concern for Russia.
Dzagoev hurt his hamstring in the opening period and could be a doubt for the rest of the tournament, depending on the results of a scan.
Gazinskiy headed in Golovin’s cross to score the first goal of the 2018 event, with Dzagoev’s replacement Cheryshev lashing in the second before the interval.
Russia started the World Cup as the lowest-ranked team in the tournament but the hosts were a class above Saudi Arabia, Dzyuba’s header stretching the lead in the 71st minute.
Cheryshev showed he could be the man to fill Dzagoev’s shoes with a fantastic injury-time goal, finding the top corner with a sublime shot with the outside of his left boot, before Golovin bent in a brilliant free-kick to finish the match in style.
Juan Antonio Pizzi’s men struggled to create a chance of note, failed to record a shot on target and gave away possession on countless occasions, enabling Russia to record their first World Cup win since 2002.

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Russia took the lead in the 12th minute with the first shot on target of the World Cup.
Golovin kept a cleared corner alive and delivered a floated cross to the back post, with Gazinskiy exploiting slack Saudi marking to plant a firm header past Abdullah Al-Mayoof.
But there was a major blow for the hosts mid-way through the half as star playmaker Dzagoev limped off with a hamstring injury, to be replaced by Cheryshev.
Russia had a penalty appeal turned down in the 35th minute, but Saudi captain Osama Hawsawi got enough on the ball when he challenged Golovin to avoid censure from VAR.
Stanislav Cherchesov’s side did not let Dzagoev’s injury affect them and they scored the second goal their enterprising play deserved three minutes before the break.
After a fine team move, Roman Zobnin slipped the ball to former Real Madrid winger Cheryshev, who evaded a pair of poor challenges in the box before slamming an unstoppable finish into the roof of the net.

Salman Al Faraj headed a decent chance over the crossbar as Saudi Arabia sought a reply after the interval.
But Russia’s win was all but sealed in the 71st minute with Golovin again the creator, the CSKA Moscow midfielder producing a lovely centre from the right that allowed Dzyuba to nod in within two minutes of his introduction.
Russia were not done and two terrific injury-time strikes fired a message to Group A rivals Egypt and Uruguay, who meet on Friday.
Cheryshev was a threat throughout and he hit an early contender for goal of the tournament with a brilliant strike that gave helpless Al-Mayoof no chance.
And the Saudi goalkeeper was beaten again in the fourth minute of stoppage-time, Golovin adding to his two assists with a curling free-kick that left brought the home fans to their feet once again.

– Russia’s victory means that the host nation has never lost their opening match in any of the 21 editions of the World Cup (W16 D6 L0).
– Russia scored more than twice the amount of goals in this game (5) than they did in the entire 2014 World Cup finals, over three games.
– Saudi Arabia have not won any of their last 11 games at the World Cup (W0 D2 L9). Their last win in the competition dates back to the 1994 group stages.
– Russia’s Denis Cheryshev became the first substitute to score a goal in the opening match of a World Cup tournament.
– Artem Dzyuba scored for Russia just 89 seconds after coming off the bench; the quickest goal by a substitute at a World Cup since Marcin Zewlakow for Poland v USA in 2002.
– In this game, Sergei Ignashevich became the oldest player to ever appear in a World Cup match for Russia/USSR (38 years & 335 days old).

2018 FIFA WORLD CUP FIXTURES BREAKDOWN*

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*2018 FIFA WORLD CUP FIXTURES BREAKDOWN*

*Group A:-* Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay
*Group B:-* Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran
*Group C:-* France, Australia, Peru, Denmark
*Group D:-* Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria
*Group E:-* Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia
*Group F:-* Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
*Group G:-* Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England
*Group H:-* Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan

*THURSDAY, June 14/6/2018*
1.RUSSIA vs SAUDI ARABIA (8:30pm)

*FRIDAY, June 15/6/2018*
2.EGYPT vs URUGUAY (5:30pm)
3.Morocco vs Iran (8:30pm)
4.Portugal vs Spain (11:30pm)

*SATURDAY, June 16/6/2018*
5.FRANCE vs AUSTRALIA (3:30pm)
6.ARGENTINA vs ICELAND (6:30pm)
7.PERU vs DENMARK (9:30pm)
8.CROATIA vs NIGERIA (5:30pm)

*SUNDAY, June 17/6/2018*
9.COSTA RICA vs SERBIA (12:30am)
10.GERMANY vs MEXICO (8:30pm)
11.BRAZIL vs SWITZERLAND (11:30pm)

*MONDAY, June 18/6/2018*
12.SWEDEN vs SOUTH KOREA (5:30pm
13.BELGIUM vs PANAMA 8:30pm
14.TUNISIA vs ENGLAND 11:30pm

*TUESDAY, June 19/6/2018*
15.POLAND vs SENEGAL (5:30pm)
16.COLOMBIA vs JAPAN (8:30pm)
17.RUSSIA vs EGYPT (11:30pm)

*WEDNESDAY, June 20/6/2018*
18.PORTUGAL vs MOROCCO (5:30pm)
19.URUGUAY vs SAUDI ARABIA (8:30pm)
20.IRAN vs SPAIN (11:30pm)

*THURSDAY, June 21/6/2018*
21.FRANCE vs PERU (5:30pm)
22.DENMARK vs AUSTRALIA (4:30pm)
23.ARGENTINA vs CROATIA (11:30pm)

*FRIDAY, June 22/6/2018*
24.BRAZIL vs COSTA RICA (5:30pm)
25.NIGERIA vs ICELAND (8:30pm)
26.SERBIA vs SWITZERLAND (4:30pm)

*SATURDAY, June 23/62018*
27.BELGIUM vs TUNISIA (5:30pm)
28.GERMANY vs SWEDEN (8:30pm)
29.SOUTH KOREA vs MEXICO (11:30pm)

*SUNDAY, June 24/6/2018*
30.ENGLAND vs PANAMA (5:30pm)
31.JAPAN vs SENEGAL (8:30pm)
32.POLAND vs COLOMBIA (11:30pm)

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*MONDAY, June 25/6/2017*
33.SAUDI ARABIA vs EGYPT (7:30pm)
34.URUGUAY vs RUSSIA (8:30pm)
35.IRAN vs PORTUGAL (11:30pm)
36.SPAIN vs MOROCCO (10:30pm)

*TUESDAY, June 26/6/2018*
37.AUSTRALIA vs PERU (7:30pm)
38.DENMARK vs FRANCE (7:30pm)
39.NIGERIA vs ARGENTINA (11:30pm)
40.ICELAND vs CROATIA (11:30pm)

*WEDNESDAY, June 27/6/2018*
41.S. KOREA vs GERMANY (7:30pm)
42.MEXICO vs SWEDEN (7:30pm)
43.SERBIA vs BRAZIL (11:30pm)
44.SWITZERLAND vs COSTA RICA (11:30pm)

*THURSDAY, June 28/6/2018*
45.JAPAN vs POLAND (7:30pm)
46.SENEGAL vs COLOMBIA (7:30pm)
47.PANAMA vs TUNISIA (11:30pm)
48.ENGLAND vs BELGIUM (10:30pm)

*LAST -16:-*
*SATURDAY, June 30/6/2018*
49.Group C-1st vs D-2nd (7:30pm)
50.Group A-1st vs B-2nd (11:30pm)

*SUNDAY, July 1/7/2018*
51.Group B-1st vs A-2nd (7:30pm)
52.Group D-1st vs Group C-2nd (11:30pm)

*Monday, July 2/7/2018*
53.Group E-1st vs F-2nd (12:30am)
54.Group G-1st vs Group H-2nd (11:30pm)
55.Group F-1st vs E-2nd (7:30pm)
56.Group H-1st vs G-2nd (11:30pm)

*QUARTER-FINALS:-*
*Friday, July 6/7/2018*
57.Winner 49 vs winner 50 (7:30pm)
58.Winner 53 vs winner 54 (11:30pm)

*SATURDAY, July 7/7/2018*
59.Winner 55 vs winner 56 (11:30pm)
60.Winner 51 vs winner 52 (12:00am)

*SEMI-FINALS:-*
*TUESDAY, July 10/7/2018*
61.Winner 57 vs winner 58 (11:30pm)

*WEDNESDAY, July 11/7/2018*
62.Winner 59 vs winner 60 (11:30pm)

*THIRD-PLACE PLAY-OFF:-*
Saturday, July 14/7/2018
63.Loser 60 vs Loser 62

*FINAL:-*
Sunday, July 15/7/2018
64. Winner 61 vs winner 62 (8:30pm)

*Chonde azimayi musakakamile ma remote ngati mufuna kukhalitsa pamudzi*

Cosafa Cup habitual winners and holders,

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Zimbabwe, meet their eternal rivals, Zambia, in the final tomorrow after seeing off stubborn Lesotho and Madagascar, respectively, in semi-final matches played at New Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane City, South Africa, on Wednesday evening.
As was the case in the quarter-final win over Namibia, Zimbabwe needed the heroics of towering goalkeeper George Chigova, who saved two post-match penalties to finally break the resistance of the Crocodiles with a 3-1 win following a goalless 90 minutes.
Playing earlier at the same venue, Lazarus Kambole’s close range finish after quick-silver one-twos was all Zambia needed to breach Madagascar’s otherwise water-tight defence.
Madagascar meet Lesotho in a third-place play-off today.
In a post-match interview, Zambia interim Coach, Beston Chimbeshi, said: “Of course, finishing was not good. We wanted to finish the game in the first-half but we wasted many chances.”
In another match scheduled for today, hosts South Africa’s Bafana Bafana date Botswana in the Plate final.

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International Friendlies Today
14:10
Korea Republic
Bolivia
21:00
England
Costa Rica
21:15
Portugal
Algeria
22:00
Iceland
Ghana

International Friendlies yesterday results
FT
1 Belarus
1 Hungary
FT
3 Belgium
0 Egypt
FT
0 Nigeria
1 Czech Republic
FT
1 Norway
0 Panama

Fifa world cup 2018 ku Russia yayandikira pamene tangotsala ndi masiku 7 okha basi kodi mwaikonzekera bwanji nanga muzisapota team yanji?

TRANSFER TALK
Manchester City could agree a £43m deal for Napoli midfielder Jorginho,
26, by the end of the week, with the Italy international’s agent having flown
to England.
– City may move for Southampton’s Gabon midfielder Mario Lemina or Real
Madrid’s Croatia international Mateo Kovacic, both 24, if they do not sign
Jorginho.

– Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah’s representatives have denied offering
the 25-year-old Egyptian to Barcelona.

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– Real Madrid will target Chelsea manager Antonio Conte after Zinedine
Zidane’s shock resignation last week.
– Liverpool are lining up a move for Stoke’s Switzerland winger Xherdan
Shaqiri, 26, who has a £12m release clause in his contract.
– Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino says Roma goalkeeper Alisson, 25, has
asked him about the possibility of a move to Anfield this summer.

– Liverpool have been quoted £80m by Atletico Madrid if they want to sign
25-year-old Slovenia goalkeeper Jan Oblak this summer.

– Manchester United, Chelsea and Paris St-Germain have been offered the
chance to sign Poland striker Robert Lewandowski but Bayern Munich will
not sell the 29-year-old for less than £175m. (Bild –
– Arsenal have had a £26m offer for Portugal midfielder Gelson Martins, 23,
turned down by Sporting Lisbon.

– Tottenham will rival Chelsea for the signing of English defender Jamaal
Lascelles, 24, who is rated at £45m by Newcastle.
– Arsenal are close to signing 17-year-old France youth international
midfielder Yacine Adli from Paris St‑Germain.
– Newcastle are interested in signing Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish,
22, but the Championship side want £40m for the England Under-21
international.
– Southampton are considering moves for Aston Villa forward Keinan Davis,
20, and winger Andre Green, 19.
– Crystal Palace are interested in signing £12m-rated Japan defender Hiroki
Sakai, 28, from Marseille.
– Watford winger Roberto Pereyra, 27, has been linked with a move to
Torino, where he would join up with former Hornets boss Walter Mazzarri.

– Championship side Leeds are in advanced talks to sign Uruguay striker
Abel Hernandez, 27, from Hull on a free transfer.

– Derby manager Frank Lampard will sign former Chelsea and England
team-mate John Terry, 37, on a free transfer if Rams captain Curtis Davies,
33, leaves.
– Rangers manager Steven Gerrard is close to agreeing a season-long loan
deal for Liverpool’s England youth international Ovie Ejaria, 20.
– Newly promoted Serie A side Parma are lining up a move for Stoke’s
former England striker Peter Crouch, 37.

FIFA WORLD CUP 2018(RUSSIA) FIXTURES

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*FIFA WORLD CUP 2018(RUSSIA) FIXTURES

*Group A:-* Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay
*Group B:-* Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran
*Group C:-* France, Australia, Peru, Denmark
*Group D:-* Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria
*Group E:-* Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia
*Group F:-* Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
*Group G:-* Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England
*Group H:-* Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan

*THURSDAY, June 14/6/2018*
1.RUSSIA vs SAUDI ARABIA (8:30pm)

*FRIDAY, June 15/6/2018*
2.EGYPT vs URUGUAY (5:30pm)
3.Morocco vs Iran (8:30pm)
4.Portugal vs Spain (11:30pm)

*SATURDAY, June 16/6/2018*
5.FRANCE vs AUSTRALIA (3:30pm)
6.ARGENTINA vs ICELAND (6:30pm)
7.PERU vs DENMARK (9:30pm)
8.CROATIA vs NIGERIA (5:30pm)

*SUNDAY, June 17/6/2018*
9.COSTA RICA vs SERBIA (12:30am)
10.GERMANY vs MEXICO (8:30pm)
11.BRAZIL vs SWITZERLAND (11:30pm)

*MONDAY, June 18/6/2018*
12.SWEDEN vs SOUTH KOREA (5:30pm
13.BELGIUM vs PANAMA 8:30pm
14.TUNISIA vs ENGLAND 11:30pm

*TUESDAY, June 19/6/2018*
15.POLAND vs SENEGAL (5:30pm)
16.COLOMBIA vs JAPAN (8:30pm)
17.RUSSIA vs EGYPT (11:30pm)

*WEDNESDAY, June 20/6/2018*
18.PORTUGAL vs MOROCCO (5:30pm)
19.URUGUAY vs SAUDI ARABIA (8:30pm)
20.IRAN vs SPAIN (11:30pm)

*THURSDAY, June 21/6/2018*
21.FRANCE vs PERU (5:30pm)
22.DENMARK vs AUSTRALIA (4:30pm)
23.ARGENTINA vs CROATIA (11:30pm)

*FRIDAY, June 22/6/2018*
24.BRAZIL vs COSTA RICA (5:30pm)
25.NIGERIA vs ICELAND (8:30pm)
26.SERBIA vs SWITZERLAND (4:30pm)

*SATURDAY, June 23/62018*
27.BELGIUM vs TUNISIA (5:30pm)
28.GERMANY vs SWEDEN (8:30pm)
29.SOUTH KOREA vs MEXICO (11:30pm)

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*SUNDAY, June 24/6/2018*
30.ENGLAND vs PANAMA (5:30pm)
31.JAPAN vs SENEGAL (8:30pm)
32.POLAND vs COLOMBIA (11:30pm)

*MONDAY, June 25/6/2017*
33.SAUDI ARABIA vs EGYPT (7:30pm)
34.URUGUAY vs RUSSIA (8:30pm)
35.IRAN vs PORTUGAL (11:30pm)
36.SPAIN vs MOROCCO (10:30pm)

*TUESDAY, June 26/6/2018*
37.AUSTRALIA vs PERU (7:30pm)
38.DENMARK vs FRANCE (7:30pm)
39.NIGERIA vs ARGENTINA (11:30pm)
40.ICELAND vs CROATIA (11:30pm)

*WEDNESDAY, June 27/6/2018*
41.S. KOREA vs GERMANY (7:30pm)
42.MEXICO vs SWEDEN (7:30pm)
43.SERBIA vs BRAZIL (11:30pm)
44.SWITZERLAND vs COSTA RICA (11:30pm)

*THURSDAY, June 28/6/2018*
45.JAPAN vs POLAND (7:30pm)
46.SENEGAL vs COLOMBIA (7:30pm)
47.PANAMA vs TUNISIA (11:30pm)
48.ENGLAND vs BELGIUM (10:30pm)

*LAST -16:-*
*SATURDAY, June 30/6/2018*
49.Group C-1st vs D-2nd (7:30pm)
50.Group A-1st vs B-2nd (11:30pm)

*SUNDAY, July 1/7/2018*
51.Group B-1st vs A-2nd (7:30pm)
52.Group D-1st vs Group C-2nd (11:30pm)

*Monday, July 2/7/2018*
53.Group E-1st vs F-2nd (12:30am)
54.Group G-1st vs Group H-2nd (11:30pm)
55.Group F-1st vs E-2nd (7:30pm)
56.Group H-1st vs G-2nd (11:30pm)

*QUARTER-FINALS:-*
*Friday, July 6/7/2018*
57.Winner 49 vs winner 50 (7:30pm)
58.Winner 53 vs winner 54 (11:30pm)

*SATURDAY, July 7/7/2018*
59.Winner 55 vs winner 56 (11:30pm)
60.Winner 51 vs winner 52 (12:00am)

*SEMI-FINALS:-*
*TUESDAY, July 10/7/2018*
61.Winner 57 vs winner 58 (11:30pm)

*WEDNESDAY, July 11/7/2018*
62.Winner 59 vs winner 60 (11:30pm)

*THIRD-PLACE PLAY-OFF:-*
Saturday, July 14/7/2018
63.Loser 60 vs Loser 62

*FINAL:-*
Sunday, July 15/7/2018
64. Winner 61 vs winner 62 (8:30pm)

Pre-Season Fixtures 2018/2019 Season*

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ARSENAL

July 26: Arsenal vs. Atletico Madrid, 7:30 a.m. –
National Stadium, Singapore

July 28: Arsenal vs. Paris Saint-Germain, 7:30
a.m. – National Stadium, Singapore

Aug. 4: Arsenal vs. Chelsea, 2 p.m. – Friends
Arena, Stockholm

CHELSEA

July 28: Chelsea vs. Sevilla, 11 a.m. – PGE
Narodowy, Warsaw, Poland

Aug. 1: Chelsea vs. Inter Milan, 1 p.m. – Ullevi
Stadium, Gothenburg, Sweden

Aug. 4: Chelsea vs. Arsenal, 2 p.m. – Friends
Arena. Stockholm

LIVERPOOL

July 22: Liverpool vs. Borussia Dortmund,
4 P.M – Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte,
North Carolina

July 25: Liverpool vs. Manchester City, 8 p.m. –
MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey

July 28: Liverpool vs. Manchester United, 5
p.m. – Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

MANCHESTER City

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July 20: Manchester City vs. Borussia
Dortmund, 9 p.m. – Soldier Field, Chicago

July 25: Manchester City vs. Liverpool, 8 p.m. –
MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey

July 28: Manchester City vs. Bayern Munich, 7
p.m. – Hard Rock Stadium, Miami

MANCHESTER UNITED

July 19: Manchester United vs. Club America, 7
p.m. – Phoenix University Stadium, Arizona

July 22: Manchester United vs. San Jose
Earthquakes, 2 p.m. – Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara

July 25: Manchester United vs. AC Milan, 11
p.m. – Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California

July 28: Manchester United vs. Liverpool, 5
p.m. – Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor, Michigan

July 31: Manchester United vs. Real Madrid, 8
p.m. – Hard Rock Stadium, Miami

TOTTENHAM

July 25: Tottenham vs. Roma, 10 p.m. – SDCCU
Stadium, San Diego

July 28: Tottenham vs. Barcelona, 11 p.m. –
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California

July 31: Tottenham vs. AC Milan, 8:30 p.m. –
U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis

Cosafa sports news review

Jean Patate of Mauritius tackled by Pedro Agostinho of Angola during the 2018 COSAFA match between Angola and Mauritius at Seshego Stadium, Polokwane on 30 May 2018 ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix

The Malawi national football team are at it again, disappointing results as they are out of the 2018 Cosafa Castle Cup following Wednesday’ 1-1 draw to Botswana.

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Malawi were desperate to secure their maiden win in Group B and keep their hopes of advancing to the knockout stages alive.

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The Flames got off to the perfect start as they broke the deadlock just five minutes into the game after the Zebras defence had failed to close down Precious Simbani.
The left-back, who had pushed forward, found some space outside the Botswana box before firing past Mwampule Masule with a low shot to make it 1-0 to Malawi.
The Zebras then took control of the game, but they struggled to create clear-cut chances as the Flames defence which was led by John Lanjesi, looked solid and organized.

The score was 1-0 to Malawi at the interval with Botswana having failed dismally to test keeper Brighton Munthali.
Botswana head coach Major David Bright introduced Thatayaone Kgamanyane in the second half as the Zebras continued their search for the equalizing goal.
Kgamanyane, who scooped the 2017/18 Botswana Premier League Golden Boot after scoring 20 goals, looked lively for his side down the right-hand side.


The left-footed attacker played a delightful cross into the box and his teammate Kabelo Seakanyane headed the ball straight at Munthali, who made a comfortable save.
However, Seakanyeng was not to be denied in the 88th minute as he beat Munthali from close range to ensure that the game ended in a 1-1 draw.
Wednesday’s results saw Botswana remain at the top of the Group B standings – a point above second-placed Mauritius and third-placed Angola, while Malawi are placed fourth with a single point.
Malawu will wrap up their group stage campaign against Angola on Friday, while Botswana are scheduled to face Mauritius on the same day.

The 2018 COSAFA Cup continues with two Group B matches


Seychelles and Madagascar players meet and greet during the 2018 COSAFA match between Seychelles and Madagascar at Seshego Stadium, Polokwane on 29 May 2018 ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix

The 2018 COSAFA Cup continues with two Group B matches at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium on Wednesday!
Entrance to the stadium is FREE , with tickets to be collected at the Municipality ticketing point located between the Old and New Peter Mokaba stadia daily from 10h00.
But if you are unable to get to the venue, here is how you can follow all the action!

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17h00 – Angola vs Mauritius –channel – S10A/SLGO/SS4/SS4A/SSM/SSM360
19h30 – Malawi vs Botswana- channel _ S10A/SLGO/SS4/SS4A

Cosafa Cup Match Day 2 Review: Botswana shock Angola, Mauritius narrowly beat Malawi


Cosafa Cup Match Day 2 Review: Botswana shock Angola,
Mauritius narrowly beat Malawi

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The 2018 Cosafa Cup tournament is gaining momentum in Polokwane as teams battled it out in Group B on Monday
The province of Limpopo continued to be on the spotlight as the second day of the 2018 Cosafa Cup got underway on Monday afternoon at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium.
It was the Palancas Negras of Angola who faced
Botswana ’s Zebras in an entertaining opening match of the day in Group B at 17:00.
For the Angolans, they wanted to continue with their dominance over Botswana, and David Bright’s men were looking to make history by bagging their first win in the regional competition.

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History was made when two goals from Kabelo Seakanyeng and Onkabetse Makgantai dispatched Angola to ensure they start this year’s edition on a high.
Seakanyeng slotted in home a penalty in the fifth minute to give Botswana the lead, and Makgantai
scored on the stroke of half time to make it 2-0.
However, their shaky defence allowed Angola to come back in the second half as they pulled one through Manha Kaporal in the 58th minute.
The win for Botswana over the Angolans in the tournament takes them to top of the standings as they share the position with Mauritius who beat
Malawi – Angola move to the bottom of the log.
In the second match, coach Ronny Van Geneugden led his side in search of a win over the Islanders, yet they failed to hit the ground running.
With Baroka FC attacker Robin Ngalande in the starting line-up, Malawi enjoyed the support but they went into the tunnel trailing.
The encounter also saw an early goal when Damien Balisson got onto the score sheet in the 15th minute with a low shot in what was seen as a move against the run of play.
Despite keeping their counterparts under siege, Malawi were not clinical upfront, but they kept troubling coach Francisco Filho’s men.
Malawi had plenty of chances to make it 1-1 through Ngalande and ex-Orlando Pirates striker Chiukepo Msowoya, but the duo fired blanks.
The loss leaves ‘RVG’ and his troops in third position on the log table and Mauritius at number two whilst Botswana lead – they both have three points.
Meanwhile, the Zebras will now turn their focus to the Flames for their next clash on Wednesday whilst the Negras chase a win against Les Dodos on the same day.

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Malawi have lost

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▶ 42 steps apart in the FIFA rankings but the Flames could not manage to beat Mauritius in the 2018 Cosafa Cup as they went down 1-0 to put their quarterfinal hopes in jeopardy.
Despite fielding a well experienced starting eleven, Ronny Van Geneugden’s side failed to outsmart their opponents who defended jealously to put one leg into the last eight of the competition.

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The Flames dominated possession but their passing football had no impact as they failed to attack especially in the first half.
Mauritius had their first attempt on goal just three minutes into the half, forcing Brighton Munthali into producing a double save.
However, Munthali’s stubbornness couldn’t last long as Club M Les Dodos found the back of the net in a brilliant fashion when Malawi’s defence was caught napping.
From there, Mauritius opted to play a defensive football in order to defend their lead, resulting into Malawi exerting pressure but Richard Mbulu and Robin Ngalande were not sharp enough to find the much needed goal.
Come second half, RVG’s men continued to dominate but lacked the finishing composure as Mbulu and Ngalande failed to unlock Les Dodos’ defence.
Precious Sambani, who had a brilliant game, had his shot well saved by Mauritius’s shot-stopper.
With 20 minutes to play, Chiukepo Msowoya came in for Rafick Namwera and the Bullets forward missed probably the closest chance in the half when he blasted his effort wide from a close range.
Moments later, Les Dodos denied the Flames a chance to equalize when they cleared the ball before crossing the line.
RVG had to throw his last dice of the day when he introduced Patrick Phiri for Dalitso Sailesi.
The former Premier Bet Wizards forward made some brilliant moves but it was too late to save the sinking ship as Malawi played their fourth game at Cosafa without scoring a goal, having exited the tournament last year without scoring a goal.
Their next match is on Wednesday against Botswana where a victory is a must if they are to keep their quarterfinal hopes alive.
Earlier on in the same group B, Botswana were 1-0 winners over Angola.
The group winner will progress to the quarterfinals where they will play Zimbabwe.

LA LIGA LOG &FRENCH LIGUE 1 LEAGUE TABLE

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LA LIGA LOG
Barcelona 38 28 70 93
Atlético Madrid 38 23 36 79
Real Madrid 38 22 50 76
Valencia 38 22 27 73
Villarreal 38 18 7 61
Real Betis 38 18 -1 60
Sevilla 38 17 -9 58
Getafe 38 15 9 55
Eibar 38 14 -6 51
Girona 38 14 -9 51
Real Sociedad 38 14 7 49
Celta de Vigo 38 13 -1 49
Espanyol 38 12 -6 49
Deportivo Alavés 38 15 -10 47
Levante 38 11 -14 46
Athletic Club 38 10 -8 43
Leganés 38 12 -17 43
Deportivo La Coruña 38 6 -38 29
Las Palmas 38 5 -50 22
Málaga 38 5 -37 20

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FRENCH LIGUE 1 LEAGUE TABLE
Team P W Gd Pts
PSG 37 29 79 92
Monaco 38 24 40 80
Olympique Lyonnais 38 23 44 78
Olympique Marseille 38 22 33 77
Rennes 38 16 6 58
Bordeaux 38 16 5 55
Saint-Étienne 38 15 -3 55
Nice 38 15 1 54
Nantes 38 14 -5 52
Montpellier 38 11 3 51
Dijon 38 13 -18 48
Guingamp 38 12 -11 47
Amiens SC 38 12 -5 45
Angers SCO 38 9 -10 41
Strasbourg 38 9 -23 38
Caen 38 10 -25 38
Lille 38 10 -26 38
Toulouse 38 9 -16 37
Troyes 38 9 -27 3

Big teams in the European top 5 to miss out on Champions League spot..
English Premier League
Arsenal
Chelsea
Italian Serie A
AC Milan
Lazio
French Ligue 1
Olimpique Marseille
German Bundesliga
Hamburger SV (also relegated)
Eintrachk Frankfurt
Spanish La Liga
Sevilla
# next time
All are in Europa league expect Hamburger

N.MANDELA CHALLENGE CUP

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N.MANDELA CHALLENGE CUP
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#Result:
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Mamelodi Sundowns 1-3 Mamelodi Sundowns
#Suarez
#Dembele
#Gomes
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#Friendly