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Funny Moments On The Bench • Marcelo, Messi, Ronaldo, Ibra

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Crazy & Funny Headshot Knockouts in FOOTBALL

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Relive a dramatic classic from Germany 2006 – FIFA on GBP Sports

Fans voted for their favourite FIFA World Cup™ game from the past nine editions, and the seventh of those winning matches – Italy-France from Germany 2006 – will be streamed ‘live’ in its entirety on Friday 4 May at 16:00 CET.

Having locked horns at France 1998 and in the UEFA EURO 2000 final, Italy and France had plenty of recent history to ponder when they came together in Berlin’s Olympiastadion following a thrilling passage to the final.

You will be able to watch the whole match above, or by heading to the World Cup Facebook page, or FIFA TV on YouTube.

As with any big World Cup game, fans will be kept up to date with major updates of the ‘live’ action on Twitter on @FIFAWorldCup too, with plenty of pre-match stats, figures and videos that whetted fans’ appetite for the main event.

‘Matchday Live’ is the finale to a week of superb video content on the official World Cup Facebook page, with Lukas Podoloski, Gianlugi Buffon and Zinedine Zidane among the stars from 2006 featured.

Make sure you don’t miss out on this unique experience to share and talk about a remarkable World Cup game with fans from across the globe. What are you waiting for? Hit like, and join us to discuss the big game!

Fans also voted to see the following games in the coming weeks:_
South Africa 2010: Uruguay-Ghana
Brazil 2014: Brazil-Germany_

Keep your eyes peeled and join 40 millions fans on our official World Cup Facebook page for more chances to have your say: as we’ll also be asking you to vote for your greatest World Cup player and the greatest World Cup team.

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Presidents pick up their FAN IDs – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • Gianni Infantino & Vladimir Putin collected FAN IDs in Sochi​
  • FAN ID offers Visa-free entry and travel benefits in Russia
  • Russia declared “absolutely ready” to host the FIFA World Cup™

FIFA President Gianni Infantino and Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia, collected their 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ FAN IDs in Sochi yesterday.

FAN IDs, which will be required along with match tickets at all Russia 2018 matches, will provide fans with Visa-free entry to Russia along with free use of public transport between and within the World Cup Host Cities. 

Infantino and Putin picked up theirs ahead of participating in a meeting of the Supervisory Board of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Organising Committee, and they joined in declaring Russia’s readiness to host the upcoming global showpiece. The pair also visited Sochi’s Fisht Stadium, which will host four group-stage matches, a Round of 16 tie and a quarter-final.

“Russia is absolutely ready to host the world, to celebrate a summer of festivities here in this beautiful country,” said the FIFA President. “The feedback from all our experts at FIFA are extremely positive.”

Infantino did add that there remains “some work to be done”, and Putin acknowledged this, saying: “We know how important of course the last weeks are to finalise the little elements which are still missing. A lot has been completed, and now begins the most demanding stage – putting the finishing touches on all the infrastructure required to host an international tournament.”

Russia 2018 kicks off on 14 June. For more information on FAN IDs, please visit www.fan-id.ru.

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Son: I’m enjoying every moment – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • ​Son Heungmin speaks exclusively with FIFA.com
  • Reminisces about his boyhood hero Park Jisung
  • *Talks 2002 World Cup memories, Russia 2018 ambitions  *

Son Heungmin was a month short of his tenth birthday when Korea Republic made history at the 2002 FIFA World Cup™. At the first global finals held in Asia, the Taeguk Warriors defied expectations by overcoming giants Italy and Spain in the knockout stages before bowing out against Germany in the semi-finals.

Son, along with the rest of his compatriots, was captivated as Korean stars such as Hong Myungbo, Ahn Junghwan and Seol Kihyeon fired Guus Hiddink’s side to unprecedented heights and propelled a nation into dreamland. But of those 2002 heroes, there was one that stood out for Son: Park Jisung.

“He’s still Korea’s top player. He’s still my idol,” smiled the Tottenham Hotspur forward, speaking exclusively to FIFA.com.

Nine years after watching his boyhood hero at Korea/Japan 2002, Son was sharing a pitch with him at senior international level. He would also go on to follow in the former Manchester United star’s footsteps by plying his trade in the English Premier League.

Now firmly established as the Taeguk Warriors star player, Son sat down with FIFA.com to talk London life at Spurs, his memories of the 2002 World Cup and Korea Republic’s ambitions having been drawn in a tough group at Russia 2018.

FIFA.com: It’s been 16 years since Korea Republic hosted the 2002 FIFA World Cup, where the Taeguk Warriors reached the semi-finals. What are your memories of that tournament and how inspiring was that for you at the time?
Son Heungmin
: I have a lot of good memories of that tournament. I watched the games on TV and I remember after the penalty shoot-out against Spain in the quarter-final, everyone was going crazy. We couldn’t believe it. We were excited to see South Korea at the World Cup. Everyone was wearing red shirts in 2002, including myself!



What’s your favourite memory of Korea Republic at that tournament?
When you play against Italy, Spain and beat them – that’s not an easy thing to do. Of course, there was home advantage, but we did extremely well. I can’t choose one moment from that World Cup. Every moment in 2002 was fantastic.

Who was your footballing hero growing up?
There were many players but, for me, it was Park Jisung. Many Premier League games were shown in Korea when I was young, especially Manchester United because he played there. During that time, he won many trophies. He’s still Korea’s top player. He’s still my idol.

What was it like to eventually play alongside him at senior international level?
I couldn’t believe it. I was 18-years-old when I played with him at the [2011] Asian Cup in Qatar. Growing up, I was watching him on TV and right then, I was training alongside him. There were so many things you could learn from him. He was so professional. I was watching everything he was doing; what he ate, how long he slept. He was my room-mate and I couldn’t speak to him because I was too shy! It’s something I’ll never forget, it’s such an unbelievable memory. We still keep in contact. He’s not just a great player, he’s an amazing person as well.



You were at Brazil 2014. What was it like playing in your first World Cup?
I was very proud to represent my country [at the World Cup]. Everyone waits four years to play in the World Cup but not many get the chance to do so because qualification is so tough. Now that I have experience playing at Brazil 2014, I know how tough it is. We need to be ready. In 2014, we had a lot of young players and there weren’t too many who had that World Cup experience. Playing in your [domestic] league or World Cup qualification is completely different. As a team, we have to be ready.

Sweden, Mexico, Germany: what do you make of Korea Republic’s group at Russia 2018?
It’s a tough group. Every group is tough. Sweden are better than us, Mexico are better than us and Germany, of course, are better than us. But we want to win when we play, nobody wants to lose. Football is 11 versus 11. Of course, the quality makes a difference but mentally we need to be more ready than anyone else.

Is the aim for Korea Republic to progress from the group to the knockout stages?
Of course I want to say yes, but football is not just about ‘yes’ or ‘no’. If we perform well and everyone plays for each other, then why not? I hope we can go through. Of course, it’s a tough group but I still believe in my country. I’m proud of my country, I’m proud of my team-mates. I think we can do it but we need to be ready.



How are you enjoying life in England playing in the Premier League with Tottenham Hotspur?
It was always my dream to play in the Premier League and, still, it’s my dream. I can’t believe I’m playing there. I’m really enjoying London, it’s the greatest city in the world. I’m enjoying going to the training ground and training with unbelievable players. I enjoy playing at Wembley and travelling to away games. I’m enjoying every single moment. Before I go to sleep, I sometimes think this is all a dream. Playing in the Premier League is what I dreamed of when I was a boy. It’s unbelievable.

How has playing in the Premier League helped you improve as a player?
I’ve improved on a lot of things, both physically and mentally. How I play has changed a lot. I’m thankful to the management at Tottenham – they’ve made me one step better than when I was playing in the Bundesliga. The training sessions are really tough but they have helped me improve a lot as a player when I’m on the pitch playing for Spurs or my country.

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Solano: I want to write a World Cup revenge story – FIFA on GBP Sports

Nolberto Solano believes helping Peru prosper at Russia 2018 can make up for the nag of never having played in the FIFA World Cup™. The former winger never made it to the sport’s biggest stage, despite a 15-year international career from 1994.

“Unfortunately that’s football,” rued the 43-year-old on El Enganche. “There are superstars who never made it to the World Cup.

“But there are always revenge stories, and being part of this coaching staff in Russia gives me this possibility.”

Solano was appointed assistant to new Blanquirroja head coach Ricardo Gareca in 2015. The pair guided Peru to a fifth-placed finish in the South American preliminaries – ahead of the likes of Chile, Paraguay and Ecuador – and they subsequently defeated New Zealand to reach their first global finals since Spain 1982.

“The main thing was not to burden the players with something that was not their responsibility,” said Solano in relation to Peru failing to qualify for eight straight World Cups, which he attributes, in part, to them playing as individuals rather than as a team.

“If you don’t form a group, when individually you don’t have a large pool of players, it’s impossible to qualify,” said the former Newcastle United man. “Ricardo Gareca was able to achieve that and convince the Peruvian players that they had potential.

“If there’s no team you don’t get anywhere. Having a team is how we achieved the feat of qualifying.”

Despite having exceeded expectations in reaching Russia 2018, Solano is aware that the supporters are now targeting getting through a Group C also featuring France, Australia and Denmark.

“Now people ask us to get through the first round,” said the man who scored 20 goals in 95 internationals. “That’s football – the fans will always demand more.”

Peru appeared at three of four World Cups between 1970 and ’82, with Teofilo Cubillas becoming the first man to score five or more goals in multiple tournaments – a feat that has since been emulated by Miroslav Klose and Thomas Muller.

The only edition Solano came close to reaching was France 1998, when Ivan Zamorano and Marcelo Salas – the two leading marksmen in CONMEBOL qualifying – ensured Chile beat Peru to a place on goal difference.

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ATL3TICO MADR1D Vs ARSENAL 1–0 – All Goals & Highlights – Resumen y Goles 03/05/2018 HD

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