Published in FootballDec 29th 23186 reads
Dive into the tragic story of Andres Escobar's own-goal in our in-depth article. Explore the shocking events and consequences surrounding this pivotal moment in soccer history. Uncover the untold details of Escobar's fatal own-goal.
Published in FootballDec 20th 23189 reads
In this article, We will talk about the list of Lionel Messi records. In his lengthy career, the Argentine star has won countless trophies and medals with his clubs and country, as well as breaking numerous individual records.
Published in FootballDec 20th 23154 reads
In this article, we take a look at the list of Cristiano Ronaldo records. In his remarkable career, the Portuguese superstar has received countless prizes and awards, as well as broken numerous records.
Published in FootballNov 24th 23247 reads
In this article, we take a look back at the story of Zidane Headbutt to Marco Materazzi in the 2006 World Cup Final. He was given the red card for this.
Published in Formula 1Nov 23rd 23312 reads
In this article, We will take a look at the story of British businessman Bernie Ecclestone, who is also the founder of F1 Group. He also served as the first CEO of the Formula One Group.
Published in FootballAug 19th 231576 reads
Germany emerged as 2014 FIFA World Cup winners, winning against Argentina. Here we take a look at the 2014 FIFA World Cup winners and where are they now.
Published in FootballAug 19th 23601 reads
Argentina, which had a fantastic campaign, ended up as the squad that placed second losing the final to Germany. Check out here 2014 FIFA World Cup Runners Up Argentina and Where are they now?
Published in FootballAug 19th 231465 reads
Spain's victory at the 2010 FIFA World Cup was significant because it was the first time the nation had ever taken home the coveted trophy. Take a look at the 2010 FIFA World Cup winners and where are they now.
Published in FootballAug 19th 23922 reads
It was in 2006 that Italy finally ended their 24-year wait for a World Cup, defeating France on penalties. Check out here the 2006 FIFA World Cup winners and where are they now.
Published in FootballAug 19th 232066 reads
Japan and South Korea jointly hosted the FIFA World Cup in 2002. Brazil won the competition and became champions for the fifth time in their history. Here we look at 2002 FIFA World Cup winners and Where are they now?
Published in FootballApr 24th 231705 reads
El Clasico is one of the largest football matches in the world, and both sides are renowned for their aggressive play and competitive competitiveness. A look at the El Clasico best xi of all time.
Published in FeaturesApr 21st 23587 reads
In this article, check out the top 5 most followed sports legends who lost twitter blue ticks after Elon Musk’s Verification Purge. Many athletes have lost their blue tick which includes some of the top athletes in the world.
Published in FootballApr 14th 23862 reads
German footballer Miroslav Klose is considered to be one of the best strikers of all time. We take a look here at his club career, international career, trophies and facts.
Published in FootballApr 14th 231207 reads
Oliver Kahn is a smart, bold, and aggressive Ex-Bayern Munich star who was one of the most recognisable players of his time. Check out his club career, international career, trophies and facts.
Published in Dream TeamAug 13th 2113249 reads
Here we take a look at the best football XI from the 2000s. The formation is 4-3-3. In the history of football, the first decade of the twenty-first century was certainly eventful.
Published in Dream TeamAug 12th 219292 reads
Michael Laudrup, a Danish attacking midfielder who played for Real Madrid and Barcelona in the 1990s, was the man of the decade. We take a look at the best XI of the 1990s in this article. The recommended formation is 4-3-1-2.
Published in Dream TeamAug 12th 2111555 reads
Here we take a look at the best XI of the 1980s. The formation chosen is 4-3-2-1, a popular formation during that era.
Published in Dream TeamAug 12th 2113535 reads
Here's a look at the best football XI from the 1970s. The formation used is a 4-3-3, which was popular at the time.
Published in Dream TeamAug 11th 2110781 reads
Let's look at the best XI from the 1960s. The formation is 4-2-4, one of the most popular formations of that era. Players from all around the world, from Pele to George Best, demonstrated their skills and claimed the title of best.
Published in Dream TeamAug 8th 216450 reads
Here we take a look at the best XI of the 1950s era. The formation is 3-2-5, a popular one in that era.
Published in Dream TeamAug 1st 211881 reads
The world's first true champions. Uruguay won the inaugural World Cup after dominating the international football scene for the preceding decade. Here take a look at the 1924 -30 Uruguay national football team.
Published in Dream TeamAug 1st 217493 reads
In this article, we look at the best football XI of the 1930S. The formation is 2-3-5, a popular formation back then.
Published in Dream TeamJul 27th 213619 reads
The legendary Johan Cruyff assembled an all-star team in the image of his previous Ajax side, dubbed the "Dream Team." Here we take a look at the 1989-94 Barcelona Football Team.
Published in Dream TeamJul 27th 212488 reads
The Austrian national football squad of the 1930s was known as the Wunderteam. Austria became a well-known squad in Europe in the early 1930s. Know more about the 1930s Austria National Football Team.
Published in Dream TeamJul 27th 213367 reads
The Hungarian football team of the 1950s changed the sport of football, changing the way it was played and breaking records in the process. A new style of play under Sebes' visionary leadership and Puskas' superb on-pitch leadership
Published in Dream TeamJul 25th 212156 reads
With Sócrates, Zico, Falco, and Éder in the midfield, the 1982 team is hailed as probably the greatest side never to win a World Cup. A look at the Tele Santana’s Brazil football team from 1982 to 1986.
Published in Dream TeamJul 25th 212146 reads
Between 1941 and 1947, this Argentinian squad won four domestic titles, placed second twice, and played exquisite football while Europe was at war. Know here more about 1941-47 River Plate.
Published in Dream TeamJul 21st 212239 reads
The Santos team of the 1962 and 1963 seasons is regarded as one of the best in South American football history, and it is regarded as the pinnacle of renowned striker Pele's club career. A look at the 1962-63 Santos FC.
Published in Dream TeamJul 21st 212722 reads
In the 1980s, the Trapattoni era was extremely successful, and the team began the decade by winning the league title three more times by 1984. A look at the greatest juventus team of 1982-85.
Published in Dream TeamJul 20th 219088 reads
Real Madrid had gone 32 years without winning the European Cup until the end of the 1990s and the beginning of the 2000s, when they won the UEFA Champions League in 1998, 2000, and 2002. A look at the 1997 - 2005 Real Madrid Galactico era.
Published in Dream TeamJul 18th 215218 reads
From 1988 through 1994, AC Milan was unstoppable. Arrigo Sacchi revolutionised football by introducing the pressing game, and as a result, he oversaw Italian football's most successful era in Europe.
Published in Dream TeamJul 17th 212984 reads
Bayern formed the backbone of West Germany's first UEFA European Championship-winning side in 1972, which is still widely regarded as the best German national team ever assembled. A look at the 1973-76 Bayern Munich.
Published in Dream TeamJul 17th 216782 reads
In this article we look at the Liverpool team of 1975 - 85. The best in the history of Reds. Liverpool's status as England's most successful club and a European club tournament powerhouse was cemented in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
Published in Dream TeamJul 13th 212099 reads
Manchester United's success under Sir Alex Ferguson continued after the Treble, with back-to-back Premier League wins in 1999-00 and 2000-01. Have a look at the most successful decade for Manchester United.
Published in Dream TeamJul 11th 213493 reads
Celtic FC came back to upset Inter Milan 2-1 on May 25, 1967, to become the first club from outside of Spain, Portugal, or Italy to win the European Cup (now called the UEFA Champions League).
Published in Dream TeamJul 10th 214454 reads
1955-60 Real Madrid is without a doubt the most successful, having won the European Cup five times in a row since its foundation. The golden era required continuity on the field; Di Stéfano scored in all five of the team's final victories.
Published in Dream TeamJul 10th 213182 reads
SL Benfica was the squad of the early 1960s thanks to the tactical genius of Hungarian coach Bela Guttmann and the outstanding skill of Eusébio. They won back-to-back European Cups in 1961 and 1962, a first in Portuguese football.
Published in FootballJul 10th 212183 reads
Bobby Moore was born in the Essex town of Barking. Moore joined West Ham United as a player in 1956 and progressed through their development system. He was the first footballer to win the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award in 1966.
Published in FootballJul 9th 213344 reads
Vittorio Pozzo, who is the only man to have guided his country to World Cup triumph twice as a manager. Vittorio Pozzo, the inventor of the Metodo tactical system, is regarded as one of the best managers of all time.
Published in FootballJul 8th 211925 reads
Batistuta was chosen to represent Argentina in the Copa América, which was held in Chile in 1991, and he concluded the tournament as the competition's highest scorer with six goals as Argentina romped to victory.
Published in Dream TeamJul 6th 214020 reads
With this Ajax team, Rinus Michels devised the famed Total Football system with the support of the excellent on-field orchestrator Johann Cruyff. Here is a look at the dream team of Ajax from 1970-73.
Published in FootballJul 6th 213876 reads
In 1977, the German legend called the white Pele by German sports magazine Kicker joined the famed Brazilian at the New York Cosmos. He is the only defender to win the Ballon D’Or twice in the history of football.
Published in FootballJul 3rd 212784 reads
Garrincha was a Brazilian footballer who played as a right-winger in the professional league. In Brazil, Garrincha is very popular, with many older fans believing he is better than Pele.
Published in BasketballJun 30th 216933 reads
Basketball is a prominent sport in India, with a multi-tiered professional club league structure and national teams for men and women. Here are the players we believe to be the best Indian basketball players of all time.
Published in FootballJun 19th 213801 reads
Alfio Basile, nicknamed Coco, is an Argentine football coach and former player. Before becoming a manager, he played for Racing Club de Avellaneda and Huracán. He is the only man who coached both Maradona and Messi.
Published in FootballJun 16th 213390 reads
Italy is one of the most successful national teams in World Cup history, having won four titles and making appearances in two more finals. We look back at the top 10 Italian football legends of all time.
Published in FootballJun 14th 213524 reads
Football is the most popular sport in England, where the first modern set of regulations for the game were formed in 1863. Here we take a look at the top 10 English football legends of all time.
Published in FootballJun 14th 214826 reads
Here we take a look at the top 10 Argentina football legends of all time. This list includes players who have retired and are not active.
Published in FootballJun 11th 212386 reads
Football is India's second most popular sport, after cricket, in terms of player involvement. Let’s take a look at the top 10 legends in Indian football. This list doesn’t include any active player.
Published in FootballJun 7th 212938 reads
Brazilian footballers have long been idolised, almost deified, as larger-than-life figures. Here we pick top 10 Brazil legends from the list of Brazilian heroes that seems to go on forever.
Published in FootballJun 7th 215795 reads
Since the founding of the German Football Association in 1900, the country has gained immense prominence in the world of football. Here we take a look at the German football legends of all time.
Published in FootballJun 5th 212358 reads
Arthur Friedenreich, a man of mixed European and African-Brazilian ancestry, was Brazil's first footballing superstar; as the finest player of his generation. Take a look at his life story.
Published in FootballMay 19th 213057 reads
When Real Madrid played the la liga finals with Real Madrid castilla. Real Madrid won La Liga that season but Castilla got the direct spot to play in the European Cup Winners Cup in the 1980-81 season.
Published in FootballMay 16th 2111829 reads
Copa del Rey is a yearly knockout Cup competition in Spain. The development team of the legendary club Real Madrid which is called Real Madrid Castilla nowadays met their big brothers in the final of the Copa del Rey.
Published in FootballMay 10th 211935 reads
One of the biggest football rivalries in the world, El Clasico is played between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. This fixture is renowned for its intensity. We relive here the maddest 18 days in Spanish football history.