Ten teams have booked their place at the World Cup 2022 tournament on Qatari soil via the European region. The ten teams won their respective groups in the first round of the European qualifiers for the World Cup 2022 tournament to book their place in Qatar.
The European teams who have booked their place at the World Cup 2022 tournament include Germany, Belgium, France and England. The others are Croatia, Serbia, Switzerland, Netherlands, Spain and Denmark. Continue reading EUROPE: TENTEAMS SEAL QATAR SPOT→
Paris Saint Germain (PSG) attacker Neymar has closed the gap on Marcelo Moreno at the top of the scoring chart after he scored one of the goals in the big win over Uruguay during one of the matchday twelve (12) encounters in the South American region of the World Cup 2022 qualifiers. Neymar scored one of the goals as his Brazilian side thrashed Uruguay 4-1 at home as five-time champions Brazil restored their six-point advantage at the summit as far as the South American qualifying campaign for the Qatar 2022 World Cup tournament is concerned.
Neymar began the Uruguay game with six goals in the World Cup 2022 qualifiers. He was on the same number of goals with new PSG teammate Lionel Messi by the time the Uruguay kicked off in Manaus, Brazil. He scored the opening goal of the game on ten minutes to take his World Cup 2022 qualifying campaign tally to ten goals. To this effect, he has moved within one goal of leading goalscorer Marcelo Moreno at the top of the scoring chart. Continue reading NEYMAR CLOSE GAP ON MORENO→
Ivory Coast are in pole position to secure a place in the third round of the African qualifiers for World Cup 2022 in Qatar after they topped Group D table at the end of the first two games. The Ivorians laid down a marker in their group with the win over Cameroon.
The African qualifiers for World Cup 2022 is in the second round and each of the ten group winners will qualify for the third round. Cameroon and Ivory Coast are the top two favourites to secure the available spot from Group D for the third round. Malawi and Mozambique are the other two teams in the group. Continue reading AFRICA: IVORIAN ADVANTAGE IN GROUP D→
Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappé is a center of huge attention at the moment and the reports making the rounds are that the final episode of the saga currently surrounding his future is that he will leave the French giants.
The former AS Monaco forward is said to be keen to join Real Madrid and that explains why he is still refusing to sign a new contract extension at the Parc des Princes even though they have offered him a new contract more than two times. The French Ligue 1 giants were keen to tie down Mbappé and strike partner Neymar to new contracts but while Neymar has committed his future to the club, Mbappé is still proving to be a hard nut to crack. Continue reading MBAPPÉ YET TO SIGN NEW DEAL BUT TO REMAIN AT PSG→
Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi has emerged as a major transfer target for Italian Serie A giant AC Milan as the club look to bring in a forward to bolster their attacking ranks ahead of next season.
The Belgium international forward has found his place at Stamford Bridge under serious threat in recent months and has not been able to win the battle against the likes of Olivier Giroud, Tammy Abraham, and Timo Werner for a starting role under former Blues manager Frank Lampard and now Thomas Tuchel.His teammate and fellow attacking partner at Chelsea, Giroud, was said to be AC Milan’s number one target last summer and winter transfer windows but after failing to convince the Blues to let go of the France international striker, the former Arsenal man stayed back at Chelsea instead. Milan have now turned their attention to Giroud’s Chelsea teammate Batshuayi and they could be getting the transfer done this time around. Continue reading AC MILAN INTERESTED IN SIGNING CHELSEA STRIKER THIS SUMMER→
The FIFA World Cup (Men’s Edition) is already highly anticipated as it will kick off in Qatar next year, but it’s not the only major FIFA tournament that is currently demanding preparations. The female footballers are also gearing up to represent their respective countries at their World Cup which will take place in 2023, a year after the Men’s Edition has been scheduled to kick off. The draw for the qualifying fixtures for the tournament has been made already and has also been officially announced.
The draw will see Northern Ireland and England face off in the group stages of the qualifiers, while current holders, the USA have already sealed automatic qualification for the tournament. England and Northern Ireland are both in Group D and both countries will start making preparations to lock horns against one another in the competition that is set to hold in New Zealand and Australia. Continue reading FULL DRAW FOR WOMEN’S 2023 WORLD CUP QUALIFIERS→