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Cristiano Ronaldo Livid After Lack Of VAR Denies Him Last-Minute Winner

BELGRADE — Serbia striker Aleksandar Mitrovic became his country's all-time top scorer on 39 goals from 63 international appearances after he netted in a 2-2 home draw with Portugal in a thrilling 2022 World Cup Group A qualifier on Saturday.

The Serbians fought back from two goals down to earn a share of the spoils as Fulham striker Mitrovic pulled one back in the 46th minute and Filip Kostic levelled after a Diogo Jota double had given Portugal a 2-0 lead in the first half.

Everton Gets Approval For Stunning Dock-Side Stadium

Everton's planning application for a 52,888-capacity stadium at Bramley-Moore Dock in the north of Liverpool has been approved by the government, the Premier League club said on Friday.

The Merseyside club have played at Goodison Park since 1892, but with a capacity of only 40,000 the team has struggled to compete with the match-day income of their rivals.

Stéphanie Frappart Makes History Again As First Woman To Officiate Men’s World Cup Qualifier

Add yet another first to Stéphanie Frappart’s impressive resumé. The French referee became the first woman to officiate a men’s World Cup qualifier, taking charge of the Netherlands’ 2-0 win over Latvia on Saturday.

Watch: Arsenal Keeper Pulls Off Unbelievable Triple Save To Preserve Clean Sheet vs. Spurs

Arsenal, for all its history, had never before won four straight in league play without conceding a goal. With 15 league titles, 14 FA Women’s Cups and a Champions League, but never four consecutive shutout wins in the FA WSL. Manuela Zinsberger made sure it finally happened. 

Christen Press Celebrates Man United Women’s First Game At Old Trafford With Lovely Strike

The Manchester United Women finally got a chance to play at Old Trafford, and Christen Press took full advantage of the opportunity to become one of the few Americans to have scored at the iconic stadium. Press netted the second goal in a 2-0 win over West Ham on Saturday. 

Thierry Henry Quitting Social Media To Protest Facebook, Twitter Not Giving A Damn About Racist Abuse

Former France international Thierry Henry said on Friday he will be disabling his social media accounts to protest against the platforms for not taking action over anonymous account holders who are guilty of racism and bullying online.

Former Arsenal and Barcelona striker henry, who has 15 million followers across Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, said the platforms needed to tackle these issues with the same effort they put into taking down material that infringes copyright.

What The Heck Is Northern Ireland? Answering All Your Questions About USMNT's Next Opponent

Following the victory over Jamaica, USMNT's next opponent is Northern Ireland on Sunday. The two sides will meet in Belfast for just their second matchup ever — the first being a 5-0 friendly victory for Northern Ireland in a 1948 friendly.

A Tribute To Scott Brown's Hard-Tackling, 14-Year Spell At Celtic

After 14 long years, Scottish football legend Scott brown is leaving Celtic. The 35-year-old midfielder announced Thursday that he is joining Aberdeen at the end of the season on a free transfer, where he will act as a player-coach.

Serie A Moves To CBS Sports After $221 Million Deal

MILAN - CBS Sports has secured exclusive rights to screen Serie A matches in the United States for the next three seasons, Italy's top flight soccer league and the U.S. TV group said in a joint statement on Thursday.

Besides 380 league matches per season, the deal also includes some Italian Cup matches and the one-off national Super Cup Final, they added.

A source familiar with the matter said CBS Sports will pay some $200 million to screen the Serie A games over the 2021-2024 period, and $21 million for the Italian Cup.

¿Se Unirá Cristiano Ronaldo A La Lista De Jugadores Que Han Vuelto A Sus Antiguos Clubes?

Ante las incesantes especulaciones sobre un posible regreso de Cristiano Ronaldo al Real Madrid, es interesante saber cómo les ha ido a los jugadores de élite que han retornado a sus antiguos clubes.

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