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Pizzi vows players 'will make Saudi Arabia proud' in World Cup dead-rubber against Egypt - Dotemirates
21/06/2018

Pizzi vows players 'will make Saudi Arabia proud' in World Cup dead-rubber against Egypt

Juan Antonio Pizzi says his Saudi Arabia side will do everything to make the country proud in their final 2018 World Cup match against Egypt next week, after confirming their exit with the narrow defeat to Uruguay on Wednesday. Beaten 5-0 in the tournament opener by hosts Russia, the Saudis rebounded with a much-improved performance in Rostov-on-Don. , they enjoyed the greater share of the possession against the much-fancied South Americans. Rated 14th in the world, Uruguay sit 53 places higher than Saudi Arabia, who are the tournament’s second-lowest ranked side. Saudi Arabia were outdone only by Suarez’s effort, an...


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12/07/2019

Tottenham try to hijack Arsenal’s deal for St-Étienne defender William Saliba

Tottenham are trying to hijack Arsenal’s deal to sign the St-Étienne centre-back William Saliba. The 18-year-old has agreed a five-year deal with the Gunners and the two clubs were . However, Tottenham have made a last-ditch attempt to secure the services of the France Under-20 international by offering a marginally better deal. Transfer window 2019 – every summer deal from Europe's top five leagues Read more Spurs have offered the same amount as Arsenal – €30m – but with better add-ons. , however, are still confident that the player will keep his word and join the club. Both clubs are...
12/07/2019

Peter Crouch, the affable beanpole who won over fans everywhere

With the possible exception of Brent Sancho, the Trinidad and Tobago defender when leaping to score a header for England in the 2006 World Cup, no one in football can have anything but happy memories of the remarkable career of Peter Crouch. The 38-year-old striker who on Friday announced his retirement played for a lot of Premier League clubs – Tottenham, Portsmouth, Aston Villa, Liverpool, Stoke and Burnley among them – and managed the not inconsiderable feat of remaining popular wherever he went. Partly this was due to his affable disposition, partly to his distinctive physique and partly to his...
12/07/2019

Megan Rapinoe takes the game to her rightwing critics

stood on a parade float on a sun-splashed morning in lower Manhattan, the World Cup trophy in one hand and a bottle of Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame in the other. “I deserve this!” howled the purple-haired co-captain of the US women’s national team. Rapinoe, 33, had overcome a somewhat ragged performance in the group stage to score the deciding goals in three of her side’s final four matches in France, earning the Golden Boot as the tournament’s top scorer and the Golden Ball as the best overall player, helping the US become only the third country to successfully defend...

12/07/2019

England striker Crouch announces retirement

Former England striker Peter Crouch on Friday announced his retirement from football at the age of 38 after two decades as a professional. The much-travelled Crouch, who spent the second half of last season at Burnley, made his English league debut in 2000 at QPR and also played for Liverpool, Tottenham and Stoke. He made his England debut against Colombia in May 2005 and went on to play 42 times for the Three Lions, scoring 22 goals.  The forward, who is a towering 2.01 metres tall, confirmed his retirement on Twitter.   Click/tap here to subscribe to Khaleej Times news alerts...
12/07/2019

Djokovic sees off Bautista challenge to reach final

Top seed and defending champion Novak Djokovic held off a spirited challenge from Spanish outsider Roberto Bautista Agut on Friday to triumph in four sets and advance to Sunday's Wimbledon final against either Roger Federer or Rafa Nadal.Remarkably the 6-2 4-6 6-3 6-2 success was the Serb's 12th victory in his last 13 Grand Slam semifinals and he is now one win away from his fifth title at Wimbledon and 16th Grand Slam singles crown.The match turned on an amazing 45-shot rally in the seventh game of the third set, which Djokovic won to hold serve and stay a break...
12/07/2019

After 11 years, Federer and Nadal renew Wimbledon rivalry

It has been a long wait but the most captivating modern rivalry in men's tennis returns to the scene of its most dramatic episode on Friday when Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal meet for a place in the Wimbledon final. Much has changed since that epic Sunday night in 2008 when, as the last strands of daylight ebbed away, Nadal dethroned the king of Centre Court in a rain-hit final that will forever be part of Wimbledon folklore. Centre Court now has a retractable roof as does Court One, for a start, and Federer has two sets of twins. Nadal's...