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Watch: Emil Holm punts free-kick out of stadium in Danish Superliga

There is hardly a more satisfying sight in football than to see a perfectly hit free-kick crash into the back of the net. But just as there are contrasts to everything, a badly executed free-kick is one of the worst possible sights in the game. Being awarded a shot at goal from a decent position […]

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Watch: Ryan Kent turns Victor Chust inside out with slick feint and nutmeg

Ryan Kent pulled off a humiliating piece of skill on Victor Chust when Rangers met Real Madrid in a pre-season friendly. The Scottish Premiership side prevailed over the La Liga outfit by two goals to one, as second-half goals from Fashion Sakala and Cedric Itten cancelled out Rodrygo’s first-half strike. Even though the headlines focused […]

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EA to feature Erling Haaland’s ‘hunched over’ running style on FIFA 22

EA Sports are doing an incredible job every year with their annual releases of the world-famous FIFA game, as every new version of the game is more realistic than the previous one. Players’ faces, their characteristic abilities and their playing styles are all replicated more and more accurately with every edition of the game. And […]

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Watch: Joshua Zirkzee pays heavy price for dilly-dallying in front of empty net

Tapping the ball home into an empty net is definitely not as easy as it looks. Bayern Munich’s Joshua Zirkzee will testify to that notion after the young talent missed one of the easiest chances one can ever get on a football pitch – rolling the ball into an unguarded goal from a yard out. […]

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Watch: Vivianne Miedema scores a goal straight out of Bergkamp playbook

Vivianne Miedema of the Netherlands went full Dennis Bergkamp with a brilliantly taken goal against Brazil in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The Oranje and Arsenal forward pulled out a page straight from her legendary compatriot and club legend’s book as she performed a stunning turn and scored with a composed finish against Brazil in the […]

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Watch: Ibrahima Konate flourishes in high line against Mainz

Liverpool’s new signing Ibrahima Konaté has continued to impress in his first pre-season at the club. If glimpses of the French defender in training excited most Reds supporters for the coming season already, they would be even more thrilled to see their new man thrive in a type of system that Liverpool are already known […]

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Watch: Callum Hudson-Odoi continues left-wing renaissance

Callum Hudson-Odoi has had an impressive pre-season so far. The young Englishman who was touted to become one of the best young players in the world has not lived up to expectations just yet, but that might soon be a thing of the past if he keeps up the rich vein of form that he […]

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Watch: Steven Gerrard quashes Everton links – ‘I’m a Red through and through’

Some of the most surprising paper talks from this summer featured Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard being linked with a move to Everton. The boyhood Liverpool fan and Rangers head coach was linked with a managerial move to Goodison Park to manage Liverpool’s city rivals – in what was one of the most unexpected rumours to […]

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Watch: Naby Keita terrorises Mainz with silky feet

Liverpool fans have not quite seen the best of Naby Keita since the Guinean made his move to Merseyside in the summer of 2018. Injury issues and inconsistency have troubled the ex-Leipzig midfielder for the past three seasons, but recent glimpses of him from this summer’s pre-season have filled the Reds supporters with a new […]

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Watch: Jadon Sancho sets record straight on Man City past

One of the longest-running transfer sagas in recent memory came to an end when Manchester United announced the signing of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund. The announcement was accompanied by a clip that features the English winger setting a record straight – despite being from the Manchester City academy, Sancho had now officially secured a […]

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Watch: Gignac apologises for scoring against ‘adopted country’ Mexico

In what might be a first in football, Andre-Pierre Gignac refused to celebrate and then apologised after scoring France’s penalty during their Group A match against Mexico in the ongoing Tokyo Olympics. Now, we have seen players opting not to celebrate after scoring against their former clubs countless times, but what Gignac did seems to […]

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Watch: Amad Diallo turns up with crafty assist at the Olympics

Manchester United youngster Amad Diallo continues to make a name for himself as he registered a crucial assist in Ivory Coast’s 2-1 win against Saudi Arabia at the ongoing Tokyo Olympics. An own goal from Abdulelah Alamri sent Côte d’Ivoire ahead in the first half, but Saudi Arabia went level soon courtesy of a strike […]

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Photo – Pedri appears heavily timeworn before 66th game of season

Over the past season, Pedri has established himself as a regular for both club and country. The young Barcelona midfielder has had quite the enviable break-out season, as his precocious ability has helped him become an undroppable asset in midfield for both the Catalan outfit and the Spanish national team. As a result, Pedri has […]

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Watch: Alphonso Davies acknowledges Luke Shaw propaganda

Alphonso Davies is no stranger to comparisons with the best left-backs in the world. The Bayern Munich full-back who has carved out a niche for himself as one of the best young players in the world was once again subject to comparison on a live stream on his TikTok, and this time his competition was […]

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Watch: Eran Zahavi picks out Gotze with insane assist against Galatasaray

PSV Eindhoven routed Galatasaray 5-1 in their Champions League qualifying fixture, courtesy of an amazing Eran Zahavi hat-trick. The Israeli forward had a brilliant night which he capped off with the match ball, as it was his treble that helped the Eredivisie outfit get the better of their Turkish counterparts. But apart from the hat-trick, […]

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Watch: Sarri-ball makes riveting comeback at Lazio

Maurizio Sarri is back in Serie A, and so is the signature style of play that he is known to mould for his team. The Neapolitan head coach has returned to his native country to take over SS Lazio after a year-long hiatus, and one can well imagine the signature ‘Sarrismo’ – the term used […]

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Watch: Spurs-bound Pierluigi Gollini is goalkeeper and rapper all in one

Tottenham Hotspur are close to signing Atalanta goalkeeper Pierluigi Gollini according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano. The 26-year-old shot-stopper played an important role in Gian Piero Gasperini’s side achieving a third-place finish last season. Besides being one of the best goalkeepers playing in one of the top clubs in the country, Gollini also has quite […]