Less than a year after a shocking 7-1 defeat to Germany in the World Cup semi-finals, Brazil seem to be finding their feet once more. Playing at the Stade de France in Paris, a stadium where they had famously succumbed to a 3-0 defeat in the final of a World Cup back in 1998, Dungaa s side were in no mood to fall flat, coming from a goal down to register a superb 3-1 win. Dunga, who was the Brazila s coach back at the 2010 FIFA World Cup but was sacked before being reappointed in 2014, was beaming following the win. He hailed his teama s performance and applauded the good work put in by the players behind the scenes. “These good results are the fruits of work and determination you put into everyday life,” the 51-year-old said at his post-match press conference. “We must continue. Since the World Cup, I have tried to give confidence to the players […]

Despite being on the receiving end for some criticism after gesturing to the Barcelona fans after scoring a goal at the Camp Nou on Sunday, Cristiano Ronaldo remains an idol for certain Real Madrid fans and players. One of those players is French International Raphael Varane who has hailed the former Manchester United winger as an a example to followa Not only does Varane believe that Ronaldo is an example on the pitch, but also as a human being. Varanea s praise for the three-time Ballon da Or winner comes right after current LFP chief Javier Tebas said that Ronaldo should be banned or fined for that disrespectful celebration. Speaking to La Voix du Nord, he said: “This is a superstar. But also a very professional guy; always listen to your body to be on top physically. “This is an outstanding competitor, always 200 per cent, an example to follow in everyday life.” Rated as one of the best young […]