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Revealed : Some of the Greatest and Historic Upsets in the History of the World Cup

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How often have we seen lower ranked teams defeat numero uno teams in the World Cup. Occasionally We have witnessed quite a few teams on their day doing the impossible over the other. A fight between David and Goliath. Given the world cup stage is where the best of the world compete

Battle of Nuremburg : Portugal vs Netherlands the Blood studded affair with 4 Red Cards and 16 Yellow

Portugal vs Netherlands

“Football is something like war, whoever behaves too properly is lost” * Rinus Michels Football for all its valiant nature and physicality is often compared with wars and many greats of the games and the pundits alike would agree on this. There have been many brutal instances in the past bringing the battlefield

WATCH : One of the Greatest Golazos of all Time | Flying Dutchman vs Spain 2014

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Robin Van Persie vs Spain (2014, Brazil) The opening match of Group B saw Netherland against defending champions Spain. With stalwarts present in the both the sides this proved to be a mouthwatering clash. But Spain failed to emulate their success losing 1-5 .Spain dominated the first half with a penalty from

Football, Drugs and Escobars of Colombia : Craziest Moments in the History of the World Cup

Andre Escobar

Escobar was a name that instilled fear among the Colombian Government and people. Pablo Emilio Escobar Gaviria known for his drug trafficking and ruthless murders was always on the hitlist of CIA and DEA. But the people from Medellin(Escobar's hometown) worshiped him for his philanthropic deeds and Pablo for his

WATCH – The Greatest Goal : Manuel Negrete vs Bulgaria 1986

Manuel Negrete

Manuel Negrete vs Bulgaria (1986, Mexico) In this series of great goals we look through some of the greatest goals in the Worldcup History. Manuel Negrete of Mexico produced one such wonder in the 1986 Mexico Worldcup. Mexico faced Bulgaria in the Last 16 clash. Negrete showed Brilliance in the 34th Minute with

Heroes of the World Cup : Remembering the Maradona World Cup of 1986 and the Legend that shook the World

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Diego maradona the God of Football is a player that even a person who doesn’t follow football would have known and heard. Such was his popularity and habbit of being in the news for all the reasons. He is among the most celebrated players of Football world, Probably the Greatest

WATCH : Throwback to One of the Greatest Goals of the World Cup By Dennis Bergkamp vs Argentina 1998

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55,000 fans at the Marseille stadium witnessed Bergkamp’s perfection and touch on July 4th 1998.With scores tied at 1-1 and both the teams desperate need of a winner. Frank de boer sent in a long ball to find Dennis .An extended first touch high on air before a sulimetouch with the

Stolen Trophy, Pele’s rant, North Korea’s fairytale run and Eusobio and Geoff Hurst Magic : Everything about The English World Cup of 1966

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52 years ago the lads from Britain won their first Major football trophy back when the world cup was called the Jules Rimmet Trophy and the event constituted only 16 Teams ,which to date remains their only trophy . England became the third home nation to win to win a

What Mourinho, Klopp, Guardiola, Sir Alex and others have said about Arsene Wenger will melt your heart

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It’s been almost a week since Wenger announced that he is leaving Arsenal at the end of the season. This took English Football by shock and players, managers and pundits have congratulated Wenger for his service at Arsenal. Here we take a look at what few managers had to say about

Adieu Arsene: Present And Former Players Heap Praise On Wenger After His Retirement News Shook The World

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After rendering 22 years service at Arsenal, Arsene Wenger will step down at the end of the season. He stands as an epitome of integrity and commitment. Such managerial longevity is something of a dream for modern day managers. Wenger has been the face of Arsenal football all these years. It