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Finally, Neymar showing he can take over from Messi and become world’s best

Neymar has finally done what many have thought him capable of. Bend a game over its knees on his own. His sublime free kick and a visionary pass sealed the greatest UCL comeback in history.

UCL Round of 16 Review: Great storylines everywhere as the most entertaining knockout stage in years concludes

The Champions League Round of 16 featured a record-breaking comeback, a goal fest, and the typical Juve and Atleti being Juve and Atleti. What more could you ask for?

WC Qualifiers: Argentina have some tough nuts to crack to qualify for Russia 2018

Argentina have a tough road ahead to qualify for Russia 2018, courtesy of Bolivia's imprudent team selection. Up next is Brazil in what promises to be an intensely physical affair. Who will win?

Is showboating sportsmanly? Or does it warrant moderation?

The showboating debate is gaining more and more heat as further controversies wreak havoc. The booking of Sipho Moeti by a South African league referee warrants further delving into by FIFA.

Olympics: Brazil are wilting under pressure (again)

Brazil's Olympics, as far as Men's Soccer is concerned, is again suffering from the threat of being eliminated. The country's hopes of winning their first gold in Men's Soccer seem to be fading away.

Messi + 10: Why Argentina isn’t as successful as Barcelona

There are reasons why Messi cannot eclipse the same success that he achieves with Barca to his country, Argentina. For starters, the supporting cast is horrendous.

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The Stats: Leicester trail at interval – Timothy Castagne and Kelechi Iheanacho behind the comeback

The away side Crystal Palace were in control leading 1-0 in the Premier League game. But Leicester...
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MLS: Week 14 continues with eleven game weekend

As European club football seasons come to an end, MLS is full on firing with eleven games this weekend.

Guardiola may have failed at first, but he will get it right next season

Pep Guardiola's first season in charge of City can be earmarked as being a disaster, both in terms of transfers and results. However, all this is about to change in the Spaniard's second year.

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