The finalists for the Best FIFA Men’s Player award for the year are Luka Modric, Crisitiano Ronaldo and Mohammed Salah. With the Croatia international recently winning the UEFA Player of the Year award, he is likely to lift the award on the world stage. The 2018 World Cup Player of the Tournament is set to be the first player to break the duopoly for a decade, giving room for a fresh face in many years.
Germany have declared war on their two remaining rivals in the group stage following their shocking loss in the first game to Mexico. The CONCACAF giants shocked the world with their brilliant counter attacking football, using their impressive attacking transitions to derail the defending champions.
Real Madrid skipper and long-time defender Sergio Ramos has set La Liga defenders goalscoring record after his goal against Levante. The Spaniard is the first defender to score goals in 14 straight seasons, as per reports.
Tottenham Hotspur star Dele Alli is a sure name this week in the Fantasy Football world as managers seek to get the most of the New Year. The England international has to be in your FF pick ahead of the first double games a week this season. Spurs and the Iron are set for two games this week. While Mauricio Pochettino’s men play Swansea, the Irons play West Brom before both sides meet on Thursday. Most FF managers would seek to rotate the team for the games. (more…)
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola ruined fantasy football for many last week when he left out English star Raheem Sterling and Brazilian sensation Gabriel Jesus from the starting eleven. Many fantasy football players expected the forward pair to start the game, going by recent happenings. The game was against Burnley but City needed to continue with the wins and relatively high number of goals per game. Jesus eventually made a cameo as he came on for 14 minutes as the Cityzens thrashed their opponents 3-0. One key thing in fantasy football is that only players sure to start are selected. (more…)
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said his side produced a great response to their 4-0 drubbing at Liverpool the other time, as they earned a first point at Chelsea in six years. The Gunners had previously kept only one clean sheet in their past 18 league games at Stamford Bridge and, Read more…