Result: Nigeria (0-1) Germany, goal scorer: Lena Petermann 98′.
Third place, France (3-2) North Korea.
The final of the 2014 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Canada will be between Nigeria and Germany. This match is a repeat of the 2010 final which Germany won 2–0, so the Nigerians girls will have one thing in mind-revenge.
Germany is playing for its third title, and Nigeria would be the first African team to win the title. The game kicks off at midnight UK time, which is on Sunday, 24th August 7p.m local time. Continue reading →
warnacat.com — Names of players for FIFA Best XI of the World Cup Brazil 2014, which is not included Lionel Messi, the Golden Ball winner.
- Toni Kroos, Germany (9.79)
- Arjen Robben, Netherlands (9.74)
- Stefan de Vrij, Netherlands (9.7)
- Mats Hummels, Germany (9.66) Continue reading →
FIFA announced the shortlist of 10 nominees for the Golden Ball award at the 2014 World Cup on Friday, along with the three candidates for the respective Golden Glove and Young Player awards.
Seven of them for the best player at tournament come from the finalists, Germany and Argentina.
The winner will be announced shortly after Sunday’s final match.
Argentina Defeats Netherlands on Penalties, anda advances to Final, with a 4-2 shootout win. La Albiceleste will meet Germany on July 13, 2014.
warnacat.com — Possible lineup Netherlands v Argentina in the semifinal 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil.
This semifinal will be the best chance for the Argentinians to beat Netherland and claim the world cup after 28 years since their last win in 1986. Can they make it through? Continue reading →
It’s the day we’ve all been waiting for: the United States plays Portugal on Matchday 11 of the 2014 World Cup. The Americans can book their ticket to the knock-out stage with a win.
The 2014 FIFA World Cup is an international football tournament starts in Sao Paulo on Thursday, 12 June and finishes in Rio de Janeiro on 13 July.
There are 32 national teams involved in the tournament, each team has a squad of 23 players, three of whom must be goalkeepers.
I just love to hear the news today. The wait is over, and Arsenal FC have seen off Hull City in a thrilling FA Cup final on Saturday, May 17, 2014, ending a trophy drought that lasted nine years.
Hull City flew into a two-goal lead in the early stages at Wembley Stadium via James Chester (4′) and Curtis Davies (8′).
But Arsenal clawed their way back into the game, starti with a superb free-kick goal from Santi Cazorla (17′), follow with equalized goal by Laurent Koscielny (71′), and finally finding a winner through Aaron Ramsey in extra-time.
Well congratulation Arsenal!!!