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APRNEWS : Qatar World Cup had 'best group stage ever', FIFA boss

APRNEWS - FIFA president Infantino praised the group and historic knock-out phase: "Put very simply and very clearly, this has been the best group stage of a World Cup, ever. So it's very promising for the remainder of the World Cup. But the matches have been of great, great quality in beautiful stadiums - we knew that already - however, as well, the public who was there was incredible", he said joyrfully.

"Over 51,000 on average. Record-breaking figures on TV - we already had over two billion viewers, which is really incredible. The level is very, very equal." 


APRNEWS - World cup: Senegal beat Ecuador 2-1 to qualify for knockout stage

APRNEWSCette victoire importante a permis au Sénégal d'obtenir six points, suffisamment pour occuper la deuxième place du groupe A où les Pays-Bas menaient avec sept, après avoir facilement dépassé le Qatar lors d'une victoire 2-0, - un match joué simultanément avec celui du Sénégal contre l'Éq


APRNEWS - Qatar 2022 : Senegal get ready to play the Netherlands without Mané

APRNEWS - The squad and the coach of Africa’s reigning champions had to come to terms with the absence of star winger Sadio Mané and find a new strategy to realize their ambitions and advance in the competition.

"It's not easy to win the World Cup. We know that all of the games are going to be difficult. We're going to have to take them one by one," Aliou Cissé told journalists.


Liverpool’s Keita out for the season

APRNEWS - Liverpool midfielder Naby Keita will miss the rest of the season with an adductor injury that is set to sideline the Guinea international for two months, manager Jurgen Klopp said Friday.

Keita limped off midway through the first half of Liverpool’s 3-0 loss to Barcelona at the Camp Nou during Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final first leg.


Stones says Man City experience key in Premier League race

APRNEWS - John Stones says the experience in the Manchester City dressing room will be vital as they aim to finish ahead of Liverpool in the thrilling race for the Premier League title.

City will retain the Premier League crown if they win their final two games against Leicester at home and Brighton away, but with Liverpool just a point behind there is no room for error.


Barcelona relaxed and fresh ahead of final La Liga push – Valverde

APRNEWS - Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde has said his players are not feeling the pressure as they close in on a fourth Liga title in five years.

Barca will lift the trophy if they beat Alaves on Tuesday night and Levante on Saturday, although they could wrap up the title on Wednesday if Atletico Madrid lose at home to Valencia.



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