90 in 90: Brazil vs. Belgium | 2018 FIFA World Cup Highlights
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Imminent transfers will not only provide a boost to the current team strength of the clubs but will be an upgrade on the depth of a team. Chelsea are already desperately working on the new signings. They have sealed the deal of a talented forward in Christian Pulisic earlier this week which shows their urgency. It is expected to be a busy transfer window for the club as coach Maurizio Sarri will want his side to challenge for the title as soon as possible. Chelsea are currently 4th in the English Premier League with 44 points, 10 points behind leaders Liverpool. After the departure of Antonio Conte, it is evident that Chelsea looks like a different team under the tutelage of Maurizio Sarri with their fluid movements and powerful performances. Despite a strong start to the season, Chelsea still need to improve in some key areas to challenge the top two consistently and everyone associated with the club recognizes that. Without further ado, let us take a look at three players who can fit easily into Sarri's Chelsea and have an imminent impact on the team. Red Star Belgrade v Paris Saint-Germain - UEFA Champions League Group C The major cause of concern at the Stamford Bridge is the poor performances of the sharpshooters in the squad. The continuous failures of Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata in front of goal has been holding Chelsea back in this current 2018/19 season and there is no doubt that they desperately need reinforcements. On the other hand, Uruguayan veteran talisman Edinson Cavani has been in a great form since the start of the season. He scored three goals in his four appearances at the World Cup and impressed as the target man of the Paris Saint-Germain with 10 goals in Ligue 1.
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The stories, profiles and data you need throughout the tournament Inside the stadiums, Russia 2018 felt like a triumph. But what will it mean for Putin? Pogba and Kanté v Modric and Rakitic: the midfield duel that will decide a tantalising showdown Sons of immigrants in national team are products of France — in ways good and bad Southgate’s team return to bad old long-ball ways on a disappointing night Samuel Umtiti header sets up final clash against Croatia or England Enlightened employers have encouraged staff to take in every match Which football ดู บอล สด ผ่าน เน็ต ฟรี ลิเวอร์พูล team should an American in London support? Tottenham wing-back delivers the crosses that drive the team’s progress World Cup semi-finalists combine best of British and continental traditions Why France are likely to create chances and Raheem Sterling is key to England’s success One of the world’s least nationalist nations finds someone worth cheering on Suddenly the young team find themselves unstoppable in the air ‘I can write about the genius of French forward Kylian Mbappé, knowing the FT is also covering Russian elite corruption’ This set of players is not significantly better than the maligned teams of the past The manager has shaped a young squad and broken old dogmas to make history The football team’s diversity makes us realise there is an England that we can share The Red Devils’ best team since 1986 must outwit the South Americans’ best since 2002 Passing prowess or counter-attacking flair: which style has been the most productive? Daily reports from across Russia as ดู บอล สด ออนไลน์ มาดริด part of the FT’s coverage of the tournament Get ready for the next act in the Uruguayan’s World Cup drama Penalty unpredictability deemed crucial to tournament success The French teenage star’s early goalscoring exploits outshine most of the game’s greats Gareth Southgate’s team through to World Cup quarter-final with nail-biting win Lambasted side hopes self belief and belated support will see them through Listen in on the characters who populate modern offices Control measures kick in to damp hooliganism and release novel spirit of respect Southgate must ensure his players are positive, patient and ready for penalties Where did reigning champions Germany go wrong — and who are best placed to take their crown? A gifted and cosmopolitan generation is having fun as they reach their peak Victory shortens Red Devils’ odds of facing impressive Brazil in the quarter-finals But the forward might yet prove a uniquely Brazilian saviour as his team meets Serbia The White Stripes’ guitar riff went from the charts to the supporters of Jeremy Corbyn — and beyond But under Deschamps, Les Bleus have so far played sterile football Neil O’Sullivan on the strange case of Germany’s playmaker Will Argentina finally stop asking their superstar to win the World Cup single-handed? ‘It’s a rare luxury – a constant supply of games you don’t care about’ Disastrous result proves no one can defy football’s eternal need for renewal Smartphone betting apps are used by millions — and for some it’s a dangerous addiction As previous champions battled to stay in, Group G rivals face a different challenge Captain’s World Cup hat-trick in 6-1 thrashing confirms arrival of an in-form team ‘The idea of the president as a puppeteer manipulating his people gives him too much credit’ We examine the tactics that may help nations progress further than expected England sees itself reflected in a young and diverse group of football players South Americans struggle to find formation that allows their matchwinner to thrive We crunch the numbers to see which nation has the most creative players Barcelona veteran, now full of stress and flashes of anger, should rediscover the kid Goalscorers born weeks apart in same city can propel La Celeste into second round As fans fret about the hosts’ performances, Sergei Galitsky believes he can transform the sport We’ve crunched the data to find out who comes out on top in terms of quality and experience The Leicester City striker’s unselfish, unflashy style has endeared him to his country’s fans Two goals for captain cannot hide flawed performance Supplies of gas run dry in Europe as plants close for maintenance Youth teams used as pipeline for tournament in effort to offset inexperience Ex-communist nation benefit from proximity to game’s western Europe stronghold The team stands for an idea: that nationhood can be something subtler than the blood-and-soil kind Fans in Egypt, Iceland, Panama, Peru and Senegal tell FT correspondents how it feels Manager Gareth Southgate is copying methods that have helped other European teams win Plus: an interview with dancer-choreographer Akram Khan Simon Kuper on the footballers choosing between two homelands Gideon Rachman, Murad Ahmed and Simon Kuper in Paris join Jonathan Derbyshire to discuss the World Cup. Produced by Murray Withers Iberian World Cup clash pits the Portuguese captain against his Real Madrid clubmates We’ve got the data to answer the question in our new tournament briefing President Vladimir Putin handed opportunity to show attempts to isolate country have failed The way the game is experienced away from the pitch is the latest powerful example of digital disruption Do switch off Twitter, don’t make predictions: lessons from a tournament veteran France will beat Spain in the final, with Brazil in third place . . . maybe World Cup comes at nadir for national side that reflects problems in domestic game Opening match between Russia and Saudi Arabia gives ordinary players chance to shine But trying to take advantage of sporting success can be a risky game Today’s footballing heroes are rich, fit and fashion-mad.
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