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1 Jun
The tournament will kick off on September 8 in Paris as France hosts three-time winners New Zealand in a match up between the teams ranked second and third in the world. Matches will be played across nine venues in France as the holders South Africa look to clinch a record fourth title. They are in the same pool as Ireland, who are currently the top ranked side.
21 Mar
How did Real Madrid suffer defeat against Barcelona who were defeated by the same United side that Liverpool humbled 7-0? It is football and we're here to review all of its weekend action for you.
18 Mar
In this episode of Nutmeg, Ayomide Sotubo, Itunu Azeez Kareem, and Abdulrazaq B2K preview the Barcelona vs Real Madrid match and more.
7 Mar
In this episode of Nutmeg, Ayomide Sotubo, and Dennis Erezi reacts to the midweek action and previews the biggest game of the weekend.
3 Mar
Some people are celebrating their GOAT’s February player of the month while other people are celebrating another FIFA Best player of the year award. In this episode, we react to the midweek action and preview the biggest game of the weekend.
28 Feb
Ayomide Sotubo reviewed Manchester United clinching her first major trophy in six years with a ruthless 2-0 win against Newcastle in the Carabao Cup final at Wembley.
7 Feb 2022
The Lions of Teranga reign supreme! Senegal have put a new name on the AFCON trophy after beating Egypt 4-2 on penalties. It was a final of the goalkeepers as Senegal's Edouard Mendy and Egypt's Mohamed Abou Gabal, aka Gabaski, made some stunning saves to keep out the opposition. Gabal in particular thwarted a 5th minute Sadio Mané penalty. But after no team could be separated after 120 minutes, Mané made amends from the penalty spot to send his team into delirium. Jean-Emile Jammine is joined by Sports Editor Simon Harding, Sports Reporter James Vasina and Eurosport's Ruben Slagter for this special edition.
12 Jul 2021
Italian fans share their joy as they celebrate in the streets of Rome after the national team's victory in Euro 2020. Italy won 3-2 on penalties against England, after drawing 1-1 in open play.
11 Jul 2021
Argentina won their first major title in 28 years on Saturday (July 10) when an Angel Di Maria goal gave them a 1-0 win over Brazil and a record-equalling 15th Copa America. Di Maria started for just the second time in the Copa and he justified his selection by scoring the opener midway through the first half. Renan Lodi failed to cut out a long ball forward from Rodrigo De Paul and Di Maria lobbed the stranded Ederson with aplomb.
24 May 2021
The new competition will be played on Thursday nights, alongside the UEFA Europa League, and aims to give more teams the chance of winning European honours
26 Apr 2021
The La Liga title race got even exciting after results from game week 30. After a long time, the title race in Spain involves all the three big teams and looks to be set for a thrilling end with a winner not in sight yet.
24 Apr 2021
What next for UEFA, fans, and clubs after ESL 'failure'? | The Nutmeg

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