Is “Sun Yat-Sen of Asia” underestimated?

This morning, the second match of the Champions League 1/8 finals, the most popular match between Tottenham and Dortmund, after the double play of last season’s group match, it turned into a sling, and this game is the main team. The first record is still the unstoppable Sun Xingyu in the near future. Under the alternative 352 formation with no typical center in Pochettino, the squad-like volley hit at the beginning of the “Sun Ball King” at the forefront of the formation, which made the game situation fall. North London team.

Counting this ball, Dortmund became the team that Sun Xingyu debuted so far, and he was the most attacked by the team (11 games and 9 goals). In the last 12 official games, Sun Xingyu participated in the team’s 16 goals (11 goals and 5 assists). In the 13 games that Sun Xingyu scored, Tottenham scored a complete victory, saying that Sun Xingyu is Tottenham’s “can opener” + “Fuxing”, which is not an exaggeration.

However, despite being invincible in the Premier League, there are also high-profile performances that have lasted for many seasons. However, in the eyes of many fans, Sun Xingyu is still “a star is more than a superpower,” he has just passed the Asian Cup, as an Asian brother. The granules are not harvested, and the popular “Tai Chi Tiger” is the best in the quarterfinals. The state and performance of the national team and the club are too sharp, and Sun Xingyu has always traveled between the overestimated or underrated peaks. In the final analysis, what is the true strength of “Sun Ball King”? What is the root cause of the bias? The current environment of Tottenham is the perfect platform for Sun Xingyu’s career height, or has it reached the bottleneck?

When the thigh returns, I am the “one brother”!
“You are coming back, I can’t bear it without you” – During the Asian Cup, Tottenham’s eyes on Sun Xingyu are like the lyrics of Sun Nan. During the absence of Sun Xingyu, Tottenham first lost to Chelsea in the London Derby, and lost two goals in the FA Cup to the “King of London” Crystal Palace. The negative impact of the absence of “Sun Ball King” is visible to the naked eye. When Tottenham 7 refused to wash away the dust and returned to the game, Tottenham returned to the usual rhythm: winning Waterford, Newcastle and Leicester City in succession, the three rounds still maintained the top spot. The pressure of the two males, the number one hero? All three rounds of the game have scored, twice named by the Whoscored website, the best Sun Xingzhen, has reached the position of who I am.

It is true that in the eyes of most fans, in the front quartet of Tottenham, Sun Xingyu’s priority is not in front, and does not mention Kane’s youth training, Ali’s “hukou” natural addition, and control of Eric’s overall situation. Sen, obviously not necessary. But compared to the three who served as “conventional weapons,” Sun Xingyu is precisely the biggest variable in Tottenham’s frontcourt. So far this season, sticking to the “most out” Tottenham, the routine has been gradually penetrated by opponents, and now it is facing an unprecedented injury, after Kane and Ali retreat, Pochettino is even difficult to get a set of starting The trio of the field, Sun Xingyu’s value of the heroic hero is undoubtedly more prominent.

As of the 23rd round, the Korean winger played 1357 minutes, contributed 11 goals and 5 assists, and directly participated in 1 goal every 84.8 minutes, second only to Aguero in the All-English Super League (averaging 1 goal per 73 minutes), Lista Inside (85 minutes) and Salah (92 minutes), considering that Tottenham’s team scored 20 goals and 5 goals less than Manchester City and Liverpool respectively, the team added less Sun Xingyu, and also faced such as the Asian Cup. Such as the additional physical energy consumption, the actual contribution beyond the data, the amount of gold can be imagined.

In addition, “Asian Brother” can score 16 goals at the Wembley Stadium, which is often beaten by Tottenham. The team is second only to Kane’s 20 goals, and the adversity is equally reliable.

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Leaving Liverpool, Moreno wants to return to Sevi


According to Spanish media, Liverpool defender Moreno hopes to return to Sevilla.

The 26-year-old Moreno is from Seville youth training. He played for Seve’s first team from 2012 to 2014. He played 62 times in various events and scored 3 goals.

Moreno joined Liverpool from Seville in the summer of 2014. His transfer fee was £12 million, but he hasn’t gotten too many appearances in the last three seasons.

Moreno’s contract with Liverpool will expire at the end of the season and the parties are not expected to renew their contract.

According to the “Marca” news, Moreno hopes to return to Seville, and his old club seems to be interested in signing him for free.

Liverpool hopes to sell Moreno cash in the next winter’s transfer window, but the players are more eager to wait for the old club to sign themselves.

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World Cup pitches at risk of locust attacks, says official

FIFA World Cup pitches are at risk from attacks by swarms of locusts, an agricultural official in Russia has warned.

Pyotr Chekmarev, head of the agriculture ministry’s crop farming department, is concerned there could be “a global scandal” if the insects strike during the finals.

“One way or another, we have learnt how to deal with locusts, but how do we not fall into a global scandal with locusts this year?” he said at an agricultural event in Moscow.

“The whole world is coming here. Football fields are green. Locusts love it where there is lots of green. How would they not come to the place where football is being played?”

Eleven host cities will stage matches at 12 venues in June and July this year, including the capital Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Volgograd, Nizhny Novgorod, Sochi and Kazan.

It is claimed close to a million hectares of land in southern Russia, including areas near Volgograd, are infested with locusts.

The warning comes after several of the World Cup venues were praised for their status as eco-friendly sites.

“Stadiums today are not just squares for games of football. They are huge entertainment and sport centres, which attract a huge number of people,” Milan Verkhunov, director of the tournament organising committee’s Sustainable Development Department, said, as quoted by RT.

“Thanks to the fact that the stadiums of the FIFA 2018 World Cup are being constructed with ecological and social criteria in mind, they will also have an influence on the improvement of quality of life for the townspeople.

“Such practice is not just an important element of the legacy of World Cup 2018, but also allows us to move to a new level of ecological culture in the country as a whole.”

The tournament begins on June 15 (AEDT).


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Arsenal increase bid for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ‘with 48 hours to seal deal’

Borussia Dortmund are said to have dug their heels in

Arsenal have upped the ante in their bid for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after increasing their offer to a potential club record of £50million while setting the clock ticking with a 48-hour deal deadline – The Times reports.

Borussia Dortmund are said to have dug their heels in, hoping to make £60million from the wantaway Gabonese forward, 28.

Even at £10million less than the asking price a deal would surpass the reported £44million the Gunners paid Lyon for Alexandre Lacazette in July.

Meanwhile Aubameyang sent Arsenal fans into a spin with a tweet on Tuesday that was perceived to hint at a deal.

Along with a waving emoji the post was signed off “xxxxxxL” – suspected by some to say Arsenal with most of the letters removed.

The Daily Mail says Gunners forward Olivier Giroud, 31, has also been part of the negotiations as part of a potential player swap.

According to the Daily Telegraph Arsenal are now frontrunners to snatch West Brom skipper Jonny Evans, 30, after Manchester City grew disinterested.

The Gunners are seeking a deal of around £20million, which would swell the total spent on talent in the window to £70million if Aubameyang ends up at the Emirates.

Albion are said to be keen to raise funds so new boss Alan Pardew can bolster the side’s attacking capability before the transfer window ends.

Now Jose Mourinho has bagged Alexis Sanchez he is considering Manchester United’s next acquisition – with three names coming to the surface, according to The Independent.

Nice’s Ivory Coast midfielder Jean-Michael Seri, 26, is said to be the United boss’ top pick, while Shakhtar Donetsk’s Brazilian playmaker Fred, 24, is also a candidate.

Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil, 29, completes the trio, although the German World Cup winner is reported to be after more than £300,000-a-week wherever he moves to once his contract expires this summer.

Further talks have taken place between West Ham and Inter Milan over midfielder Joao Mario, the Daily Mail reports, as the Irons look for emergency replacements for injured Marko Arnautovic and Manuel Lanzini.

Inter are reportedly demanding a loan fee and obligation to buy at the end of the loan, while West Ham will also have to pay the 25-year-old’s wages in full.


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Diego Costa out for 10 days

Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa has been ruled out for 10 days after picking up a hamstring injury in Saturday’s draw with Girona.

The Spain international is set to miss the midweek Copa del Rey return match against Sevilla while also sitting out the forthcoming La Liga match against Las Palmas.

Tests were carried out on the 29-year-old after he was forced off during the clash with Girona, having scored three goals in five appearances for Atleti.

Costa has already sat out one match since his debut after he was dismissed in the 2-0 win at home to Getafe earlier this month.


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Juventus chief reveals how Paulo Dybala could join Alexis Sanchez at Man Utd

MANCHESTER UNITED target Paulo Dybala could be allowed to leave Juventus.

The Argentinian has been linked with a move to the Premier League in recent months after proving his worth at the top of Serie A.

Dybala has been touted as a potential signing for Barcelona and Manchester City, where he could link up with international team-mates Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero.

But United still remain in pole position to land the forward, despite nearing a deal for Arsenal wantaway Alexis Sanchez.

And they have been given some good news by Juventus chief Beppe Marotta.

Speaking to Gazzetta dello Sport, the Italian admitted the club would let Dybala join Sanchez at United, if he submitted a transfer request.

“It’s a very strong player, on which we aim a lot,” he said.

“Just play at a normal level to talk about crisis, but Dybala will undoubtedly remain at Juve, also because we do not need to sell anyone.

“Unless the same player asks.”

Marotta also delivered an update on Liverpool star Emre Can.

The German has been heavily linked with a move to Turin this month.

“For sure it is a great player and the fact that in June can come to zero cost is a great opportunity for Juventus,” Marotta continued.

“Still nothing, we have linked contacts that will intensify in the coming weeks, but I exclude that it arrives in January.”

The Liverpool midfielder has six months to run on his contract.


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Ronaldinho: the born entertainer who brought joy to football

Brazilian World Cup winner and former Barcelona forward Ronaldinho has retired from football at the age of 37. Here Joel Sked pays homage to one of the game’s great entertainers… Football is largely about endurance, about suffering. Because otherwise, what’s the point? But every so often a player comes along radiating joy. A player who makes everything entertaining. Lionel Messi currently provides that. He has done ever since 1 May 2005 when he netted his first ever goal for Barcelona, indifferently lobbing the ball over a stranded Albacete goalkeeper. The moment was akin to the succession of a king. The then 17-year-old heir to the throne had been played through by a cunning lofted pass from the reigning king, Ronaldinho. For a time in the Noughties, the buck-toothed Brazilian wasn’t only the greatest player in the world but arguably the most entertaining sportsman on the planet. This week the 37-year-old announced that he will finally retire in 2018. For many he had all but retired in 2015 when he left Brazilian giants Fluminense after nine matches,

while his commitment was questioned as early as 2006. In the last three years he has been linked with all manner of clubs, including one where there would be a no-training clause in his contract, if reports are to be believed. Even in the final, dying embers of his career he continues to perform. Whether he was at the peak of his powers or distracted by off-field frivolities, it is an affection which has never left him. From the streets of Porto Alegre through boyhood club Gremio to Paris, Barcelona, Milan and back to Brazil. Like so many Brazilian youngsters, Ronaldinho learned his craft on the futsalcourts. The shimmies, feints, lollipops and elasticos were all perfected, before he followed in the footsteps of his brother, who played for Gremio. There were question marks over whether he could live up to his sibling’s ability. Channeling Brazilian great Rivellino and Diego Maradona, who he looked up to as a child, Ronaldinho took no time at all to exceed his brother. He came to the nation’s attention as a nimble, lightweight, dribbling machine when he continuously embarrassed Brazil’s 1994 World Cup winning captain Dunga during a captivating performance in the Grenal,

Brazil’s most heated derby match between Gremio and Internacional. By 21 he was a World Cup winner and on the move to Paris Saint-Germain, after a protracted and controversial deal which saw the club receive no fee, and Ronaldinho without a club due to a quirk in the contract ahead of his move. The loophole saw Scottish side St Mirren offer the Brazilian an opportunity to keep fit by signing for them for a few months. Alas, the bizarre transfer did not come to pass and Paris was his home for two seasons. His time in the French capital was a portent for off-field activities and a perceived poor attitude. But it provided a suitable grounding in Europe and he offered enough for Manchester United and Barcelona to tussle over the player. Manchester United had to settle for Cristiano Ronaldo as David Beckham moved to Real Madrid, and Barcelona got their Brazilian star. Few could have predicted the impact he would have at the club. Barca had not won the Spanish league since 1999. Ronaldinho’s effect was transformative. In five seasons he helped Barca to two league titles, two Supercopa de Espana and the club’s first Champions League since 1992. More than the tangible medals, it was they way the team played with Ronaldinho. Pace and power. Poise and panache. Visceral and cerebral. The Brazilian had added strength to his frame but was a constant threat when he rampaged gracefully, and there were few sights more thrilling than Ronaldinho slaloming in and out of challenges as if skiing the slopes of Whistler. A born performer, he offered substance. There were the rockets against Sevilla and AC Milan, the acrobatics against Villarral and Atletico Madrid, and then there were those individual dribbles against Real Madrid which earned him a standing ovation at the Bernabeu. Missing something? Champions League. Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea. No player has made a toe poke look so beautiful. By the time he had left Barcelona the club were transformed, the Brazilian having left an indelible mark. Having conquered Spain, Italy was the next destination. At AC Milan his productivity fell sharply, and he was perhaps remembered more for a glorious piece of control and nutmeg on one of his coaches than anything on the field. There was a real fear of a career petering out far too soon, especially as he moved back to Brazil aged just 30. But there would be a renaissance. A player who epitomised his love for the carnival through the way he played had to have at least one last party. He brought joy to unheralded Atletico Mineiro. Their first and only Copa Libertadores was claimed, Ronaldinho playing a pivotal role as the club won South America’s version of the Champions League in 2013. It increased calls for Ronaldinho to be chosen for the 2014 World Cup squad. But much to the disappointment of world football he finished his career on 97 caps and there was no appearance at the tournament. On his Football’s Greatest episode, the narrator states: “Ronaldinho. Perhaps the most gifted player of his generation.” There is no perhaps. For a couple of years at most he was the world’s greatest. Football will lose a little bit of joy when he finally hangs up his boots.

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Arsenal make offer for Barcelona midfielder as long-term Mesut Ozil replacement

ARSENAL have made an offer for Barcelona midfielder Rafinha, according to reports in Spain.

Rafinha has struggled to make an impact at Barcelona after falling out of favour with previous managers and struggling with injuries.

The 24-year-old is yet to make a single appearance for the Catalan side this season due to an ongoing knee problem.

However, the Brazilian is said to be on the mend and attracting interest from a host of Europe’s top clubs who are keen to offer him a lifeline in January.

Spanish outlet Don Balon claim Arsenal are among the suitors and have approached the midfielder with an offer.

The report says the Gunners are looking at Rafinha as a potential replacement for Mesut Ozil who is yet to sign a new deal and could leave Arsenal in the summer for free.

However, the Premier League side will reportedly face stiff competition for the Brazilian’s signature.

Despite not featuring for Barca, Celta Vigo and Inter Milan are also said to be running the rule over Rafinha.

And they are both said to have approached the midfielder with offers to leave the Nou Camp in January.

Rafinha is said to be keen to leave Barcelona, where his career has stagnated, in order to find success elsewhere like his elder brother Thiago.

However, Ernesto Valverde suggested this week he would not allow the Brazilian to leave and had plans for him once he is fully fit.

“In the case of Rafinha, he has not been able to do a workout,” Valverde said

“Yesterday was the first time he went out to work with the group, I’m looking forward to seeing him train, I’ve only seen him as an opponent, we want him to help us.”

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Cristiano Ronaldo robbed me: Frank Ribery makes bizarre claim about Real Madrid star

BAYERN MUNICH star Frank Ribery has made a bizarre claim that he was robbed by Cristiano Ronaldo.

The two attackers were lighting up world football back in 2013 and both had a chance to win the Ballon d’Or come the end of the year.

Real Madrid’s Ronaldo scooped the award for only his second time to stop four years of Lionel Messi dominance.

But Ribery thinks that the Golden Ball should have been his and he is still sour about it to this day.

The French international won five trophies including the Champions League and Bundesliga title during the calendar year.

Meanwhile, Ronaldo won zero awards over the 12-month period, besides the Ballon d’Or.

And Ribery thinks that he was even betrayed by his own country during the selection process.

“2013 Balon d’Or? They robbed me,” Ribery told Mundo Deportivo.

“It’s incredible since I had a big year and won a ton of trophies.

“I gave it my all and I think that I deserved that Ballon d’Or.

“It wasn’t fair. France Football? I did not have my own country behind me.

“I saw it with my own eyes as the French said that Cristiano Ronaldo had to win after his performance against Sweden.

“Did anyone want me or Messi to win the award? Of course not….”


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Jamie Carragher: Why I’d be sad if Antonio Conte quit Chelsea

he Liverpool FC legend doesn’t want to see Antonio Conte leave Chelsea at the end of the season

Jamie Carragher has admitted that Antonio Conte would be a big loss to the Premier League if the Italian leaves Stamford Bridge at the end of the season.

The Blues squandered a lead to draw 2-2 with top-six rivals Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday night after Hector Bellerin’s added-time equaliser cancelled out Marcos Alonso.

Chelsea are in third place in the Premier League table and a point adrift of Manchester United in the runners-up spot.

The Premier League title holders are a long way off current leaders Manchester City, with competition for a top-four spot hotting up.

Conte was frustrated in the summer when Chelsea missed out on some of his top targets after Romelu Lukaku moved to their title rivals Manchester United and Juventus refused to sell Brazil international Alex Sandro.

Chelsea saw their departure of six squad players in the summer to leave the Italian coach somewhat lightweight in terms of depth.

However, former Liverpool FC defender Carragher is hopeful that Conte will remain at Stamford Bridge to avoid the Premier League losing a world-class coach.

“I think he’s brilliant for the Premier League, Conte,” Carragher told Sky Sports.

“He’s different, in that maybe he’s not as much on the front foot as certain managers like Arsene Wenger, Pep Guardiola or Jurgen Klopp.

“I think City are going to win the league and Chelsea will come second or third. Normally [if that happens] a Chelsea manager loses his job. I think it would be a shame if that happens. He’s a top manager and he’s great for the Premier League.

“He’s doing a brilliant job and I’d be sad to see him go at the end of the season.”

Chelsea won the Premier League title with two games to spare last season after finishing seven points clear of second-placed Tottenham Hotspur.



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