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Brondby retain their title – FIFA on GBP Sports

  • *Brondby win the FIFA eClub World Cup *
  • The Danish side won the inaugural edition last year
  • Four players qualify for the EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series Playoffs

Brondby are celebrating again after retaining their crown in the second edition of the FIFA eClub World Cup in Paris. The tournament offered up four qualifying spots for the EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series Playoffs, which will be held between 28 and 30 May and then from 1 to 3 June in Amsterdam – where 32 places will be up for grabs at the FIFA eWorld Cup 2018.

After a thrilling and spectacular opening day in the French capital, Sunday’s action kicked off with the last two rounds of games in groups A and B, which brought the group stage to a close. It was then time for the knockout phase, and Brondby ultimately came out on top despite a shaky start.

The champions

Having finished third in Group B, TEAM ENVY began to find form in the quarter-finals. ‘Aero’ (Xbox) from France and Germany’s ‘Eisvogel’ (PS4) impressed by carving out a path to the final, where they finished runners-up to Brondby.

The decider was an exciting affair, however, with ‘Eisvogel’ handing his team-mate a superb opportunity by clinching a 4-1 win against ‘Fredberg’. ‘Aero’ was unable to capitalise on that advantage, succumbing 6-0 to ‘Fifaustun’ as the Danish team prevailed 7-4 on aggregate.

“My team-mate’s goal gave me hope,” said ‘Fifaustun’ after the final. “I played very aggressively with the goal of scoring as much as possible, and everything ended up in the net.”


Through to Amsterdam

With half the players in the semi-finals already qualified for the EA SPORTS FIFA 18 Global Series Playoffs, the four tickets to Amsterdam were automatically handed to the four other players in the last four:

  • Khalid ‚The royal‘ Aloufi, Saudi Arabia, Falcons eSport (Xbox)
  • Marvyn ‚Aero‘ Robert, France, TEAM ENVY (Xbox)
  • Frederik ‚Fredberg‘ Fredberg, Denmark, Brøndby IF, (PS4)
  • Daniele ‚IcePrinsipe‘ Paolucci, Italy, Mkers, (PS4)

The other contenders

After a difficult first day, UNILAD and PSG eSports *were unable to recover and qualify for the quarter-finals. The English side, represented by reigning world champion ‘Gorilla’ (Xbox) and by ‘SHELLZZ’ (PS4), had no room for error but were eliminated after falling short against *FC Schalke 04 Esports.

As for the French team, they faced heartbreak after another tough day. ‘Daxe’ (Xbox) and ‘Maniika’ (PS4) failed to pull off a comeback and exited following a draw and a defeat.

There was frustration too for Hashtag Academy, who topped Group A but fell to Mkers in the last eight. With ‘TheStrxngeR’ in scintillating form, FC Basel 1893 also had hopes of reaching the semi-finals, only to be knocked out by TEAM ENVY.

Lastly, Falcons eSport‘s Saudi Arabian duo looked to be genuine candidates for the title thanks to their blistering attacking quality, but ‘The Royal’ and ‘Msdossary7’ had no answer to *TEAM ENVY *in the last four.

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– FIFA on GBP Sports

  • A number of U-20 World Cup stars have won the senior edition
  • We look at quartet from 2015 and 2017 editions who could feature in Russia
  • Jesus, Silva, Bentancur and Alvarez profiled

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The FIFA U-20 World Cup can act as a launchpad for a successful career, or at the very least a positive learning experience for any young player. If the senior FIFA World Cup™ is used as a barometer, then the evidence of the importance of its ‘little brother’ is clear.

Ten of Spain’s successful 2010 World Cup squad gained a grounding at the U-20 World Cup, while fabled World Cup winners Diego Maradona, Thierry Henry and Ronaldinho all featured at an U-20 World Cup before leading their country to glory at the senior edition.

With Russia 2018 approaching, FIFA.com looks at stars of the most recent editions of the U-20 World Cup who could feature at the senior finals this year.

DOB: 3/4/97 (age 21)

At the 2015 U-20 World Cup:
  • Scored in opener against Nigeria
  • Laid on three assists for team-mates
  • Led side to final against Serbia

Their talisman Neymar aside, Gabriel Jesus is the Brazilian everybody is talking about heading into Russia 2018. Three years ago, Jesus was already turning heads – having featured for Palmeiras in the Brazilian top flight aged 18. The youngster would go on to impress at New Zealand 2015, helping his side to the final.

Since then, Jesus’ stock has only risen. His precocious performances caught the eye of Manchester City, who signed him in the summer of 2016 for arrival in January 2017, and he duly helped City break Premier League records on their way to the 2017/18 title. The forward has also become an integral part of the senior A Seleção side, scoring six goals in ten World Cup qualifying matches, after he scored three in six games on the way to Men’s Olympic Football Tournament gold with the hosts at Rio 2016.

DOB: 6/11/95 (age 22)

At the 2015 U-20 World Cup:
  • Scored four in five games
  • Provided two assists
  • Helped his side reach last eight

It will not be easy for Portugal to move on from the Cristiano Ronaldo era, but the Real Madrid man has identified his heir in the Seleccion das quinas side: Andre Silva. This heavy responsibility has been put on the forward’s broad shoulders, after his impressive performances so far for youth and senior sides. He impressed at New Zealand 2015 with four goals at a reasonably impressive rate of one every 114 minutes.

He went on to make his senior debut after the victorious UEFA EURO 2016 campaign and has scored 11 goals in 20 appearances – including nine in ten World Cup qualifying games. His move to Italian giants AC Milan in June 2017 has not been a resounding success, but he remains a key part of Fernando Santos’s plans for Russia 2018.

DOB: 25/6/97 (age 20)

At the 2017 U-20 World Cup:
  • Made six appearances
  • Scored penalty in semi-final shootout
  • Finished fourth

It is safe to say that Rodrigo Bentancur’s trajectory since the Korea Republic 2017 has been upward. The Uruguayan youngster played a crucial role in La Celeste’s midfield at last year’s U-20 World Cup, helping the side to fourth. He had already agreed to sign for Italian giants Juventus the month prior to the finals, and formally joined them from Boca Juniors in July 2017.

Bentancur was often used from the bench by coach Massimiliano Allegri during another successful Serie A campaign for Juventus. He made his senior international debut in October 2017 off the bench against Venezuela in qualifying for Russia 2018 and has started every game for Los Charruas since.


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DOB: 24/10/97 (age 20)

At the 2017 U-20 World Cup:
  • Scored in opener versus Vanuatu
  • Helped keep clean sheets against Germany and Senegal
  • Reached quarter-finals

To say the U-20 World Cup was key in helping Edson Alvarez get senior international recognition would be a little far from the truth, as the Club America man actually made his senior debut for El Tri ten days before he made his first appearance for the U-20 side. However, Juan Carlos Osorio certainly took note of Alvarez’s performances at Korea Republic 2017 and has utilised the young defender since.

After helping Mexico to the last eight at the U-20 finals, Alvarez went on to feature prominently at the 2017 Gold Cup, and played twice during World Cup qualifying. He has since been named in successive Osorio squads for the friendlies directly after Mexico sealed their ticket to Russia 2018.

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Team Wellington crowned continental kings, earn Club World Cup berth – FIFA on GBP Sports

New Zealand’s Team Wellington are the new OFC Champions League holders thanks to a comfortable aggregate victory over Fiji’s Lautoka in the final, which has earned them a ticket to this year’s FIFA Club World Cup in the United Arab Emirates.

Team Wellington held a massive 6-0 lead after the one-sided first leg at home, and there was little doubt to the final outcome on Sunday after the visitors held a two-goal lead at the break thanks to a double from Mario Ilich. 

Solomon Islander Benjamin Totori scored a second-half double for Lautoka, but Team Wellington grabbed a late winner from Angus Kilkolly for a 4-3 win on the day and a massive 10-3 aggregate scoreline.

It is a long-awaited breakthrough for Team Wellington after they finished runners-up to compatriots Auckland City in each of the past three seasons.  

The capital club ended the seven-year reign of Auckland City in the semi-final with an away goals win after a 2-2 aggregate scoreline.

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The Best Sports Vines May 2018 (Part 3)

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