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Atletico Madrid Star Joao Felix in awe of Chelsea team

Atletico Madrid forward Joao Felix has revealed that he likes to watch Chelsea midfielder, Mason Mount play. claiming he knew all about the England international’s talents before he even made the first-team breakthrough at Stamford Bridge. Felix, who has been tipped to succeed Cristiano Ronaldo as the king of Portuguese football, is no doubt, well-quipped to follow in his mentor’s footsteps owing to his blistering form in the colours of Atletico Madrid. The Portuguese sensation signed a seven-year contract with Atletico Madrid in 2019 for a transfer fee of   £113 million -the fourth highest sum ever paid in football and Benfica’s biggest transfer also Atlético’s most expensive signing ever.   However, the 21-year-old, who has notched up nine goals in 27 games in all competition this season, declared his admiration for Mount ahead of the Roji Blancos Champions League clash with Chelsea on Tuesday. He said: “I like the way he [Mount] plays, the way he likes to drag the ball, the

Ronaldo Beats Messi to Win Soccer's Globe Best Male Player of the Year

Cristiano Ronaldo won Globe Soccer's best men player of the year award, ahead of Lionel Messi, Van Dijk, Mané, and Salah. He was presented the award yesterday in Dubai.

Arsenal Appoint Arteta As New Manager

The former Gunners captain has joined from Manchester City, where he was serving as Pep Guardiola's assistant, and signed a contract until 2023. Arsenal have appointed Mikel Arteta as the club’s new head coach. The 37-year-old has signed a contract until 2023 and will be unveiled at a press conference at Emirates Stadium on Friday afternoon. Arteta spent five years with the Gunners as a player between 2011 and 2016, winning two FA Cups before retiring and making the move into coaching.

Mané To Beat Salah And Mahrez To African Player of the year Award

Sadio Mane is set to win African Player of the Year ahead of Riyad Mahrez and teammate Mohamed Salah - or so Dean Ammi of DZ Football claims. The Senegalese won the Champions League with Liverpool, as well as making the final of the African Cup of Nations with his national team where he admittedly lost to Mahrez’ Algeria.

Liverpool Makes First January Signing

Liverpool have completed the signing of Takumi Minamino for a fee of £7.25M. The Japanese star will join the Reds on January 1st, he will wear shirt number 18 for the Anfield club.

Série A: Ronaldo Scores Bird-like Header Goal Vs Sampdoria

Cristiano Ronaldo scored an extremely superb header. The take-off height was 71 cm, and his head was 2.56 meters above the ground when he shot. In the air, Ronaldo has a stagnation time of up to 1.5 seconds. This is Ronaldo, 34-year-old, completely convinced. He scored the goal to help Juventus win their serie A league game against Sampdoria to extend their lead at the top of the league.

Ballon D'or 2019: I Am The World Best Messi Tells Ronaldo

Lionel Messi after receiving his sixth Balloon D'Or Award at Paris on Monday  speak at the podium on  so his achievement so far and how he felt on receiving Six Ballon D'or. Messi on being the best; "I enjoyed having five and being the only one. When Cristiano (Ronaldo)m level, I admit that it hurt me a bit. I was no longer alone at the top. But it made sense, although it made sense when I was  alone at five".

Ronaldo Wins Seria A Player Of The Year Award

The Portuguese sensational has been awarded the Player of the Year Award in Italy.

Lionel Messi Wins Sixth Balloon D'or Award, Becomes Highest Holder

Argentina and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi has been awarded his sixth ballon D'or which makes him become the biggest holder of the award in history last night at Paris. Lionel Messi defeats Van Vigil and Sensational forward Cristiano Ronaldo to the award. However, he didn't win the champions League but he won Laliga with Barcelona.

Euro 2020: Full Table As Portugal Handed Toughest Group

The Euro 2020 draw was held yesterday, the groups were filled with different qualified nation's, however Portugal, the cup holder was handed a very tough one which sees them among Germany and France in a thrilling group F encounter termed as group of death by football Lovers. See full draw; Group A Turkey Italy Wales Switzerland Group B Denmark Finland Belgium Russia Group C Netherlands. Ukraine Austria Play-off winner D Group D England Croatia Play-off winner C Czech Republic Group E Spain Sweeden Poland Play-off Winner B Group F Play-off Winner A Portugal France Germany