France beat Nigeria by 2-0 to book their way into the quarter-finals of the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Les Bleus did not put in a convincing performance and were matched the defending Africa Cup of Nations champions. A lapse in concentration in the final 15 minutes was enough to grant France two opportunities on which they capitalised on. (more…)
All 32 participating nations at 2014 FIFA World Cup have announced their final squads. With unfortunate pre-tournament causalities ruling out the likes of Italy’s Riccardo Montolivo not everyone’s place was safe. Final squad announcements have come with their surprises, disappointments and some seemingly never ageing veterans. Below is a complete group-by-group guide of the final FIFA World Cup squads. Let´s see who will make it to this years final and win the glory World Cup. (more…)
With just over a fortnight to go, final squads for the 2014 FIFA World Cup are been slowly announced. With some surprise exclusions already and more to come, there are some very young and very talented players who have nothing to fear about. Of these, potentially world-class players we have narrowed it down to the top 5 youngest player you should watch out for at the World Cup in Brazil.
The 5 youngest player at the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil
Paul Pogba – having barely featured at Manchester United under Sir Alex Fergusson the 21-year-old Frenchman grew increasing frustrated and called time on his career at the Theatre of Dreams, opting for a move to Italian giants Juventus. Having joined Juventus in 2012 Pogba has been sensational and has displayed immense displays of skill, athleticism and the ability to hit surface-to-air missiles. Pogba’s efforts in Italy have not gone unnoticed, as he has helped Juventus to two consecutive league titles since his arrival. Moreover, Pogba is now regarded as one of France’s key players. (more…)