Euro 2021 Saw England Win in the Semi-Finals

In the semi-finals of Euro 2021 England fans were found willing their team to a victory. Of course, it was a game that was tough, maybe because it had been quite a while since England had won this league. As many fans reminisce, it had been thirty years since England had brought home the trophy. However, many confess that they had remained hopeful. Hence, with the semi-finals of Euro 2021, it seemed that their dream would finally come true. Though Denmark put up a brave resistance, Harry Kane was able to bring home the trophy.


When England hosted Euro 96, Frank Skinner, David Baddiel, and Lightning Seeds penned the song “Three Lions”. This song echoed the sentiments of the nation which had reached the heights of glory in the World Cup 1996. After that, a quarter century had gone past. In the semi-finals of Euro 2021, Denmark was putting up a brave fight while England was being cheered on by fans. Well into extra time, precisely when 104 minutes were over, the surge of Raheem Sterling was met by JoakimMaehle. The decisive move was taken by Kane when Kasper saved his penalty kick.  Continue reading “Euro 2021 Saw England Win in the Semi-Finals”

Journo Supports Liverpool for Making the Summer Transfer for Euro 2020 Sinning Serie A Ace


Pete O’Rourke, the journalist, reckons Liverpool can set their sights on Federico Chiesa in the transfer window of summer. Amidst the dropping form of Mohamed Salah, the Reds might be looking at the Italian player as an option to improve that position.

The winner of Euro 2020 is a talented player but an ACL injury found him out of action for most of the present campaign and four other consequent injuries small injuries imply that the game-time stood hampered. The young player has 19 goals and 16 in every competition for Juventus for 69 appearances and had been an important part of the Italian team that won the Euros 2020. No doubt Chiesa could be an excellent understudy at the same time, a player who could challenge Mohamed Salah for his place in the starting eleven. Continue reading “Journo Supports Liverpool for Making the Summer Transfer for Euro 2020 Sinning Serie A Ace”

Euro 2020 Final Gives the Match of a Lifetime

The 2020 Euro final showed a scintillating contest between England and Italy. Fighting for the title of becoming the European champions, the teams went head to head in a thrilling encounter. Eventually, Italy beat England 3-2 in the UEFA Euro 2020 Final, winning their first European Championship since 1968. After a 1-1 draw at Wembley on Sunday, Italy won the final thanks to some incredible saves by Gianluigi Donnarumma as the game went into extra time and then into a dreaded penalty shootout.

The giant goalkeeper saved two penalties from Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka after Marcus Rashford hit a post, as Federico Bernardeschi, Leonardo Bonucci, and Domenico Berardi all scored for Italy. For the fans out there this game proved to be a rollercoaster of emotions as the Euro final lived up to its expectations and hype before the game. Continue reading “Euro 2020 Final Gives the Match of a Lifetime”


Poor Ed Sheeran was forced to surrender his tickets for the Euro 2020 final after he tested positive for Covid on the day of the historic game. The iconic musician not only had the most sought after ticket in English football history, he even had an enviable place in the illustrious Wembley box seats for the biggest match in Three Lions’ history since 1966.

Having witnessed Harry Kane prod Gareth Southgate’s side into the show-piece final at Wembley, Sheeran was overjoyed when his colleague told him they had secured a place in the VIP section of Wembley. Unfortunately, the victory against Denmark would go on to become the last England match he was able to watch beneath the Wembley arch at Euro 2020. Continue reading ”                    HEARTBROKEN ED SHEERAN GAVE EURO 2020 FINAL TICKETS AWAY”


According to Italian outlet Diretta Goal (h/t Liverpool Echo), Tottenham Hotspur are expressing possible interest in signing Inter Milan star Nicolo Barella. It does not say whether this interest will become a reality in January or next summer.

However, the report does add that Antonio Conte has ‘requested’ Spurs bosses to sign the midfielder. It goes on to add that the Italian coach is a big admirer of his Azzurri counterpart and would like to reunite with him. Conte managed the 25-year-old during his time as Inter Milan boss, leading the club to their first Scudetto in 11 years. Barella starred in Italy’s Euro 2020 win last summer. Continue reading “TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR EXPRESS INTEREST IN SIGNING EURO 2020 HERO NEXT SUMMER”


Portuguese international Jota has been ruled out of the Community Shield this weekend. The Euro 2020 participant will miss the game against Manchester City on Saturday as a result of a hamstring injury.Jota has not featured for Liverpool in pre-season this summer after he sustained the injury during the set of UEFA Nations League games played last month. The Euro 2020 participant was in the colours of Portugal when he picked up the injury that has prompted him to miss several weeks of football action.

Liverpool might be without six of their players ahead of their latest duel with Manchester City in the Community Shield. Apart from Euro 2020 participant Jota, the likes of Brazil international Alisson Becker, Calvin Ramsay, Caoimhin Kelleher, Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain and KostantinosTismikas might likely miss the game. Continue reading “JOTARULED OUT OF COMMUNITY SHIELD”


Frenchman Paul Pogba has landed in Turin ahead of his free transfer move to Juventus. The Old Lady have made a big transfer coup with the imminent return of Pogba to the club. The Euro 2020 participant has decided to return to Juventus after six years at Manchester United. He would be the fourth player with the most salary at €7.5m per year when the move is finalised as revealed by media portal Sportrac. Only the Juventus duo of Matthijsde Ligt and Adrien Rabiot plus Alexis Sanchez will earn more than him.

Pogba, who was part of the France squad that crashed out of Euro 2020 at the round of 16 stage, became a Juventus player for the first time on a free transfer from Manchester United a decade ago. Juventus had to pay a compensation fee after the Frenchman joined them on a free transfer as a teenager in 2012. He spent four fruitful years in Turin before Manchester United paid a then world-record fee of £89m to sign him from Juventus in 2016. During his time at Juventus, Pogba won a lot of major trophies including four league titles. In total, the French international helped the Old Lady win eight trophies while he was with the Italian Serie A outfit. Continue reading “JUVENTUS: PAUL POGBA’S SALARY REVEALED”


Bologna striker Marko Arnautovic scored one of the goals as Austria produced one of their best results in recent times with the 3-0 win at Croatia in Group A1 of the UEFA Nations League. The Euro 2020 participant was the recipient of the first goal of the game in the 41st minute after good work from fellow attacker Karim Onisiwo. The two front men combined to give Austria a shock lead over hosts Croatia at the half-time interval.

The Austrians looked like a different team entirely with German tactician Ralf Rangnick in charge of the first team in comparison to the team that lost to Wales in their World Cup 2022 qualifying playoff tie from the European section in March. They were beaten 2-1 by the Welsh team who had Real Madrid star Gareth Bale to thanks for scoring the two goals. Wales will now meet with Ukraine in Cardiff City on Sunday for a place at the Qatar 2022 World Cup. The Ukrainians beat home team Scotland 3-1 at Hampden Park in Glasgow to secure a playoff final meeting with Bale and his Wales colleagues. Continue reading “ARNAUTOVIC ON SONG AGAINST CROATIA”


Five-time Ballon d’Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo is up to 18 goals for the season on the Premier League stage after he found the back of the net against West London outfit Brentford. He scored one of the goals as Manchester United thrashed Brentford 3-0 at home when the two sides battled against each other earlier this week.

Euro 2020 participant Ronaldo is the leading goalscorer at Manchester United this season following his return to the Premier League last summer for his second spell at Old Trafford. He has been a major source of goals for Manchester United in his first season back at the Theatre of Dreams. Continue reading “RONALDO TAKES LEAGUE TALLY TO 18”


Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta was full of admiration for Bukayo Saka after the Chelsea game in the Premier League on Wednesday after he sealed the 4-2 victory over the European champions with a successful penalty in the second minute of stoppage time.

Arteta told reporters that he thought Brazilian substitute Gabriel Martinelli would take the penalty after Saka was adjudged to have been foiled in the box by Chelsea skipper Cesar Azpilicueta. Saka demanded the ball and he was able to beat Edouard Mendy in the Chelsea goal to wrap up the win for the Gunners and banish the memories of the heartbreak from the Euro 2020 final last summer. The Arsenal attacker missed the decisive penalty during shootout as England lost the Euro 2020 title to Italy. Apart from Saka, the Manchester United duo of Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford also missed their respective spot kicks as Italy beat England 3-2 on penalties to win the Euro 2020 tournament. Continue reading “SAKA BANISHES PENALTY HEARTBREAK AGAINST CHELSEA”