The Liverpool legend did not hold back in his assessment of the France striker despite the fact Olivier Giroud is so close to becoming Les Bleus all-time leading goal-scorer.
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AL WAKRAH, Qatar (AP) — Mitchell Duke celebrated scoring Australia's winning goal by forming a “J” with his fingers in a tribute to his son Jaxson, who was in the stands. Coach Graham Arnold dragged injured winger Martin Boyle — on crutches — into the ...
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AUSTRALIA recorded a famous World Cup win over Tunisia earlier to keep their hopes of reaching the knockout stages alive.Graham Arnold's men recovered.
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The 36-year-old was renowned for his appearance during his time in England, as fellow ITV commentator Jon Champion later asked McCoist to clarify his comments. “Yeah absolutely, totally stand corrected, ...
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From the pitch and gridiron to the hardwood and ring, international superstars pocket tens of millions of dollars each year. The world's highest-paid group features the likes of Kylian Mbappé, Canelo Álvarez, Lionel Messi and Stephen Curry.
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Defender Harry Souttar has dismissed any talk of his individual heroics after Australia's 1-0 win against Tunisia at the World Cup.
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On Sunday night, as he won the title of best player in Ligue 1, PSG superstar Kylian Mbappé said there was no other way. announcement on his future would be made soon but that he had made a decision about his future. This announcement has still not ...
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France will take on Denmark in the second round of the World Cup group stage in less than an hour. The starting XIs have been announced and the big surprise is that Simon Kjaer is on the bench.
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Varane will pair up with Dayot Upamecano while Jules Kounde is taking over from Benjamin Pavard on the right side of the defence. Aurelien Tchouameni and Adrien Rabiot start in midfield with Antoine Griezmann in support of the ...
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Neymar will miss Brazil's second World Cup match but will remain with the squad undergoing treatment for his ankle injury, the team doctor said Friday.
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Move aside, Richard Marles. Australia has a new Minister for Defence and his name is Harry Souttar. The towering centre-back was a colossus for the entire match in one of the most complete defensive performances ever seen in a Socceroos jersey as ...
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