Volgograd: Captain Harry Kane came to the rescue with two goals, the second a dramatic injury-time winner, as England began their World Cup Group G campaign with a stuttering 2-1 win over Tunisia on Monday.
Gareth Southgate's men almost paid a heavy price forRead More
In 1904, the United States took over a French engineering project, and after a decade, opened one of the most popular conduits for maritime trade in the world — the Panama canal. At Nizhny Novgorod on Sunday, at the mere sight of a set-piece, another thoroughfare was in operation, everRead More
Moscow: England edged Colombia 4-3 on penalties to halt a run of five successive shootout defeats at major tournaments and book a quarter-final clash against Sweden at the World Cup.
Harry Kane fired England ahead with his tournament-leading sixth goal just beforeRead More
What is Chandler Bing’s job?
If you’re thinking that transponster is not even a word and convulsing with laughter, you know the concept that I’m going to refer to shortly.
To make this slightly more difficult by alluding to more such in-references, whichRead More
Into the last stages of the 2018 World Cup we head, but with all four semifinalist teams being from Europe, one may be tempted to write off the penultimate stage of the tournament as one without much variety.
Distinctive playing styles mark all four teams, and Saint Petersburg
Two of the World Cup's most potent attacking teams produced just one goal when France and Belgium met in Tuesday's semi-final in St Petersburg.
For the first 30 minutes or so it was all Belgium, the tournament's most prolific scoring team, with French defenders desperatelyRead More
The 2018 FIFA World Cup ended on Sunday and we are already feeling the void. In a classic final that took place at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium, Didier Deschamps' France overwhelmingly beat Croatia 4-2 to lift their second FIFA World Cup trophy. Strikes from AntoineRead More
Turns out there is not enough money in the rich, extravagant Premier League after all. Every transfer window brings its own storm of wealth from the island of the football elite. Yet, so careful were some that Tottenham Hotspur spent nothing all summer — the first side to do so since theRead More