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Cristiano Ronaldo Announces When He Will Be Retiring From Football

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Juventus talisman and captain for the Portuguese national team, Cristiano Ronaldo has finally revealed when he will be hanging his boots.

Ronaldo will go down in the history books of soccer as one of the best players ever in the game for his skill and his achievements.

Many have been asking when the 35 years old footballer will be saying goodbye to the field of play despite being in shape.

If Portugal qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which they are likely to, the Juventus footballer will be 37 years old.

Speaking to the press ahead of Portugal’s UEFA Nations League game against France which ended in a goalless draw, Cristiano Ronaldo was asked about his future and the FIFA 2022 World Cup.

The Portuguese’s reply must have broken a lot of hearts around the world. Cristiano Ronaldo seemed to hint that he was not thinking of retirement any time soon, stating that he was still fit to continue, but he did go on to mention that the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be his last.

“The World Cup 2022 will be my last,” Ronaldo said.

 

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Jordan Ayew Tests Positive Coronavirus

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Black Stars and Crystal Palace striker, Jordan Ayew, tests positive for the deadly Coronavirus.

Jordan Ayew took to his Instagram page to share this news with his fans and followers.

According to him, he is fine and not showing symptoms of the deadly virus.

He added that he is in quarantine which is mandatory measure after one contracts the deadly Coronavirus.

Unfortunately, Jordan Ayew will miss Crystal Palace game against Brighton and Hove Albion and some other games.

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Virgil Van Djik Has Suffered ACL Injury And Could Be Sidelined For Seven To Eight Months

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Reports have emerged that Liverpool’s most valued defender, Virgil Van Djik  has raptured his Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) and could stay off the pitch for a lengthy period of time.

The 2019 FIFA Men’s Player winner sustained the injury after clashing with Everton’s goalkeeper, Jordan Pickford  during the Merseyside Derby on October 17,2020.

The wild scissor tackle from Pickford went unpunished after Van Dijk was deemed to be offside but VAR also decided that it was not worthy of a red card despite its reckless nature.

As it stands, it is said that Van Djik may be out for close to seven or eight months.

 

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Getafe 1- 0 Barcelona: Koeman’s Title Hopefuls Fall To Shock Defeat Of Their Own

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Barcelona joined rivals Real Madrid in suffering a shock defeat just one week before the first Clasico of the season, with Ronald Koeman’s men going down 1-0 to Getafe.

The Catalans came into the match knowing a win would see them draw level on points with Real Madrid following their defeat to Cadiz earlier in the day, but they spurned that opportunity with a loss of their own.

Koeman handed Sergino Dest and Pedri their first competitive starts as Barcelona players with Ansu Fati only on the bench. The visitors enjoyed the better of the first half and could have taken the lead had Antoine Griezmann or Lionel Messi converted one of their chances.

Barca were made to rue these misses as Jaime Mata gave Getafe the lead after 56 minutes, rolling home a penalty kick after the referee had pointed to the spot for a foul by Frenkie de Jong on Djene Dakonam.

Ansu Fati, Philippe Coutinho, Martin Braithwaite, Francisco Trincao and Riqui Puig were all introduced off the bench to try and turn the game in Barcelona’s favour, but they failed to break down a stubborn Getafe side.

 

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