World Cup round-up day 2: Ronaldo, Ronaldo, y mas Ronaldo (Uruguay and Iran won too)

The second day of the World Cup always feels like the real start of the tournament. You get three games on the second day and it gets into the swing of things. The game of the day was the clash between Spain and Portugal. It was a pit between one superpower in Spain and one … Continue reading World Cup round-up day 2: Ronaldo, Ronaldo, y mas Ronaldo (Uruguay and Iran won too)

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World Cup round-up: Day 1 and why not everything has to be about the U.S.

After four years of waiting the 2018 World Cup got underway with the inaugural match between the hosts, Russia, and Saudi Arabia. Despite the lack of quality among the two sides, everyone looked forward to the start of the competition. But with every sporting event, there is also the pomp and circumstance that comes with … Continue reading World Cup round-up: Day 1 and why not everything has to be about the U.S.

FOX’s World Cup coverage is lazy and may do more harm than good

It may seem hyperbolic to claim that a network's coverage of FIFA's premier tournament will harm the sport. However, FOX is doing its best to put that theory to test. FOX, alongside Telemundo, won the rights to broadcast the tournament by paying a combined sum of $1 billion taking over from ESPN and Univision, respectively. … Continue reading FOX’s World Cup coverage is lazy and may do more harm than good

Real Madrid continue historic run with third consecutive Champions League title

Mohamed Salah, in tears, forced to come off before the half-hour mark, could have summed up the night Liverpool and its fans if they lost the final. After falling to the ground, arm tangled up with Sergio Ramos, the Egyptian tried playing on but the pain was too much to bear. Now Liverpool faced an … Continue reading Real Madrid continue historic run with third consecutive Champions League title