All eyes were on the Women’s World Cup Final in Lyon this weekend, with the heavily fancied defending champions USA taking on a Netherlands side who have been very impressive throughout the tournament.
The Women’s World Cup Final is set to take place on Sunday, July 7 in Lyon, with the USA and Holland going head to head to lift the prestigious trophy.
So, we’re now heading towards the quarter finals stage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 in France, and there has already been plenty of stellar performances from both teams and individuals at the tournament.
It’s been a truly remarkable World Cup in Russia so far, with just the third-place playoff and the final left to play.
The World Cup has been fantastic. The fewest ever 0-0s. The most of own goals and penalties. VAR controversy. But what are the biggest shocks so far?
If there was a player you expected to light up the World Cup in Russia this year, it was Cristiano Ronaldo, and he’s done just that so far in both of Portugal’s Group B fixtures.
England got their World Cup 2018 campaign off to a winning start after a Harry Kane stoppage-time winner saw the Three Lions claim all three points with a 2-1 victory.
Argentina headed to Russia as many people’s tip to win the World Cup 2018.
The World Cup in Russia is finally underway and already people are discussing which players are going to star at the biggest tournament in football.
So, the World Cup in Russia is finally here and already fans of each and every nation are eagerly waiting to see their team in action, with the hope of them going all the way to the and being declared World Cup winners 2018.
What can you say about Zlatan Ibrahimović that hasn’t already been said? He’s comfortably the best Swedish footballer of all time and one of the best players, and characters, to ever play the beautiful game.
The excitement is building for the World Cup of 2018, and already people are starting to make their assessments of which teams and players are going to impress at the tournament.
Mexico are perhaps not known as one of the world’s most proficient, and experienced football teams… but when compared to their opponents, Trinidad and Tobago, the match looks to be a near-whitewash.
Indeed, Trinidad and Tobago have failed to win any of their last six games – and have actually endured a whopping six losses back to back… and this doesn’t mode well for the Caribbean nation. Read more
Sweden is one of the most experienced teams in the world right now, and their form speaks for itself, with their last three games being wins. Luxemburg on the other hand have two losses out of their last three games – and in all honesty, Saturday’s match shouldn’t really be too much of a competition, with the Swedes expected to easily conquer the visitors. Read more
Saturday brings an important game for the world cup qualifiers, as the United States of America meet Panama. This second group of five teams care going to battle it out, and as the penultimate qualifier in the Central American section, the game is very important. Read more