Neymar’s World Cup is in danger after Serbia’s nine mistakes

It’s that picture. Neymar with his head in his hands on the bench after being called for a substitution 13 minutes before normal playing time. Injury to Brazil’s first World Cup match and its star player. “Neymar has a sprain in his right ankle,” said the Brazilian doctor. “We started treatment right away but need to wait 24 hours for a better evaluation. We don’t have anything else scheduled. Right now we need to wait and can’t give any premature feedback.” But how was the ankle sprained? Was it just…

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The result of the Brazil-Serbia match: Richarlison scored the goal of the tournament’s opponent in winning the World Cup

Richarlison scored early in the tournament as Brazil ended stubborn Serbia’s resistance to win their opening match of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Serbia defended strongly in the first half, but fell behind when Richarlison hit a rebound after Vinicius Junior’s shot was saved in the face of the goal. But the best is yet to come from the Tottenham Hotspur striker. Once again, it was Vinicius Junior who was the creator, with the Real Madrid man volleying a cross into the box with the outside of his boot.…

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Gianni Infantino receives CONMEBOL support for a third term as FIFA President

FIFA President Gianni Infantino has received the support of the South American Football Confederation, CONMEBOL, as he seeks re-election in March. CONMEBOL’s member associations have united unanimously behind Infantino, who will be nominated for a third term as FIFA President next spring. This will be interpreted as an attempt by CONMEBOL to gain FIFA’s support for its bid to host the 2030 World Cup, which goes against one of UEFA. And maybe one from Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Greece. CONMEBOL’s support for Infantino follows that of the Confederation of African…

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World Cup 2022 survey: How do you feel about the Qatar Championship?

Unprecedented and controversial – for reasons explained here by The Athletic – and now only 50 days away. Football’s greatest award – the world’s most celebrated sporting event and show of commercial power as well as a showcase for the world’s most talented players – kicks off on November 20 and will spur scrutiny and excitement until the final on December 18. The first Winter World Cup in the Northern Hemisphere made the local calendar as flexible as never before. This prompted players such as Erling Haaland to announce their…

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Brazil condemns Richarlison banana incident

Brazil has condemned the incident in which a banana was thrown at Richarlison during his country’s match against Tunisia. The banana was thrown after he scored his team’s second goal in the friendly match and celebrated by running towards the corner flag at the Parc des Princes stadium in Paris Saint-Germain. A statement from Brazil read: “After Brazil’s second goal, a banana was thrown at Richarlison. The Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) reinforces its anti-discrimination stance and strongly repudiates another episode of racism in football.” “Whether on the field or off…

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Atletico condemns racist chants towards Real Madrid’s Vinicius and vows to prevent those who are identified

Atletico Madrid “strongly” condemned the chants directed at Real Madrid’s winger Vinicius Junior before and during Sunday’s derby. Real Madrid striker Vinicius was subjected to racist abuse before the match, which Real Madrid won 2-1. Hundreds of Atletico fans were photographed outside the Civitas Metropolitano stadium chanting, “Iris en mono, Vinicius Iris en mono (You’re a monkey, Vinicius you’re a monkey)”. Similar chants to Vinicius were heard inside the stadium as soon as the match started. Before the match, an Atlético fan Filmed with what appears to be a toy…

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Apple appeals Brazil’s decision to ban iPhone sales without a charger

Apple said on Tuesday it would appeal a Brazilian order that prevented it from selling iPhones without a battery charger, in response to allegations that the company offers an incomplete product to consumers. The Ministry of Justice fined Apple 12.275 million riyals ($2.38 million) and ordered the company to cancel sales of iPhone 12 and later models, in addition to suspending the sale of any iPhone model that does not come with a charger. In the order, published Tuesday in the country’s Official Gazette, the ministry argued that the iPhone…

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Manchester United complete Anthony deal

Manchester United have completed the signing of Brazilian winger Anthony from Ajax. The 22-year-old has signed a deal until 2027, with an option for another year. United confirmed a €100m transfer agreement, subject to medical, personal and international clearance terms, on Tuesday. Anthony will not be available to face Leicester on Thursday, but he could make his first match against Arsenal on Sunday. United are set to pay the Dutch club a guaranteed €95m (£81.3m), plus €5m (£4.2m) in add-ons. Erik ten Hag has been keen to be reunited with…

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Anthony left the Ajax squad while Manchester United were considering a new attempt

Anthony was left out of Ajax’s squad on Sunday to face Sparta Rotterdam in the Eredivisie on Sunday, with Manchester United considering a new bid for the 22-year-old. It is understood that the Ajax board of directors is discussing a possible fee for Anthony but the expectation is that they will demand €100m (£84.8m) for the Brazilian winger. the athlete It was reported on Thursday that United had revived their interest in Anthony but saw a €80m (£67.6m) bid rejected on Wednesday. United are also considering a move to Cody…

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Brazil lifts ban on Telegram after two days

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Brazil’s Congress, Supreme Court, election officials and federal police have been trying to get a response from Telegram, the fast-growing messaging app, for months. It turns out that all they had to do was block it. On Friday, Brazil’s Supreme Court banned Telegram in the country because the company behind the app was ignoring court orders. Then suddenly, the CEO of Telegram responded – with a pedestrian argument: His company had missed court emails. “I apologize to the Brazilian Supreme Court for our negligence,” said CEO Pavel Durov. Telegram worked…

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