On the eve of the 2016 European Championship in France, we look back at five of the greatest clashes in the history of the competition.
Atletico Madrid's 1-0 win in the semi final of the 1958-59 European Cup remains their only triumph over cross city rivals Real Madrid in European competitions.
Spanish powerhouses Real Madrid and Barcelona are set to renew their explosive rivalry when they clash in the first Clasico of the season at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday.
Juventus vs Barcelona has been a rare fixture as of late, the two sides haven’t faced each other in a competitive fixture in over 12 years, but the battle between the black and white vs the red and blue will remerge once more, this time in the Champions League Final in Berlin this week. THT reviews a classic game between these two iconic clubs one day before the big final in Berlin. So it’s April 22nd, 2003 at the Camp Nou for the second leg following a 1-1 draw two weeks prior at the Stadio delle Alpi. Both sides were having contrasting fortunes in their respective domestic campaigns, Juve were sitting top of the Serie A table, six points ahead of Inter and had beaten Roma the previous weekend. Having earned a morale-boosting but energy-sapping 1-1 draw at Real Madrid CF on Saturday, Barcelona were feeling the strain; but their Serbian coach was adamant that his side’s busy schedule should […]
Usually the closest countries share the most intense rivalries- India, Pakistan; Chile-Peru. Denmark and Sweden is another example that fits very well in this category.
Was the Brazilian drugged or mere;y suffered an over-dose? Here's a look at what happened on that fateful night as France won its maiden World Cup
Liverpool and Leeds United played out an epic match at Elland Road, two years before football was "invented" in 1992.
The zenith of Sir Stanley Matthews' remarkable three and half decade long career came in 1953 FA Cup final for Blackpool. A match which is now simply known as the "Matthews Final".
Colombia's incredible 5-0 away win over Argentina is quite possibly the greatest shock in the history of World Cup qualifiers.
Valeriy Lobanovskyi was a pioneer in his own rights and the 1986 UEFA Cup Winners Cup thrashing his Dynamo Kyiv side gave to Atletico Madrid remains one of the highest points of his legendary coaching career.