It’s been an enjoyable international break, these last few days. It was fun while it lasted. But now, it’s time for a different kind of football. With no more international football till March 2021, it’s club football all the way.
There hasn’t been that much hype about the last tennis tournament of the year, the Nitto ATP Finals. This could be that the competition hasn’t generated enough buzz to get the attention of many. The surge in COVID-19 cases could
In Asia, it’s been mostly about friendly games. In Europe, action continues in the UEFA Nations League. In Africa, the battle to qualify for the next Africa Cup of Nations is on while the South Americans are playing qualifiers for
Morocco, Cameroon, and Nigeria. These were the only sides that managed to score four goals in Round 3 of the AFCON qualifiers. Both lions (Atlas Lions of Morocco and the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon), ripped their opponents apart. But the
A few days, eight countries competed for the available Euro 2021 slots. Although the competition is still over 200 days away, these teams needed to fight for a chance to compete alongside some of the world’s finest footballers. The likes
No doubt, it’s the football season. And with non-stop club football action set to follow the international break, it is set to remain so for a while. This is good news if you want to keep betting on soccer games.
The final games in the European Championship qualifier served up some exciting games. Next year, North Macedonia will be featuring in the Euros. Same for Hungary. For the second time in a row, Scotland needed penalties to get past Serbia
Just like in other continents of the world, the race to qualify for the next FIFA World Cup tournament is on in South America. Unlike other continents, however, all the teams play the CONMEBOL qualifiers in a league format, with
Welcome to a week where club football takes a back seat for international football. This week – and its weekend plus the week that follows – your favorite superstars will be kicking, sliding, and scoring for their national teams. That
When Madagascar scored six against Niger and Algeria put five past Zambia, they put some gloss on the qualifiers for AFCON 2021. As they became the highest scorers of the qualifiers, alongside Nigeria, fans were looking forward to more. But