The US has yet to set its roster for its match against Iran in the World Cup on Tuesday but the squad has yet to find significant playing time for Gio Reyna. Pat Perez, fresh off a LIV Golf team title, blasted Tiger Woods’ remarks about players leaving the PGA Tour for the Saudi-backed league. New Jersey Devils fans threw beer cans and other debris on the ice at Prudential Center on Wednesday night after a third goal was called back against their team. Michigan State men’s basketball coach Tom Izzo took issue with the punishment the Big Ten levied on the school after Spartans football players’ involvement in a melee. Kenny Pickett delivered a clutch performance to help the Pittsburgh Steelers to a victory Monday night against the Indianapolis Colts.
Now, the NHL team has hired a law firm to independently review its vetting process. Oregon University is looking into an incident following Saturday’s shocking loss to Oregon State which appeared to show linebacker DJ Johnson on video punching a fan from behind. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Quotes displayed in real-time or delayed by at least 15 minutes. We dive into the biggest story of the day and get you up to speed with everything else that’s making headlines. Check out the five talking points for day eight in Qatar.
Here Sportsmail’s Martin Keown takes a look at the ‘Battle of Britain’. Gareth Southgate must find a way to find a place for Manchester City star Phil Foden against Wales as England’s World Cup hopes lie on the line in Battle of Britain clash on Tuesday. Bruno Fernandes cut a collected figure following his two-goal World Cup performance against Uruguay as he insisted he is unbothered by furore surrounding Cristiano Ronaldo’s goal claim. Cristiano Ronaldo had his ninth World Cup goal struck off after his headed effort against Uruguay was awarded to former Man United teammate Bruno Fernandes. Fernandes’ 64th minute delivery into the box didn’t appear to deviate from it’s original path as Ronaldo leaped highest inside the Uruguay box to try and get a touch on the ball. As the sun rose on the 3rd day of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam, the heavyweights of judo were ready for action!
OLIVIER GI-FOOD Giroud reveals what’s for his lunch to fire him to World Cup Golden Boot THE AC Milan man was reinstated as Didier Deschamps’ starting No9, leading the line in Qatar. And with the Frenchman hungry to gobble up goals galore, he gave fans an insight into how he satisfies his appetite in the canteen. A total of 32 teams, split into eight groups of four, will compete for the trophy in a tournament that will soon be expanded, with 48 teams to qualify for the 2026 edition. Berhalter had suggested that Reyna didn’t feature against Wales due to an injury and the 20-year-old also didn’t make the starting XI against England, only entering the game in the 83rd minute. Jordan Henderson insists England will do their talking on the pitch rather than get into a war of words with Wales.
Cameroon and Serbia drew 3-3, while Ghana edged out South Korea 3-2. Rangers believe they have captured ‘undoubtedly one of the most sought-after young managers in British football’ after luring Michael Beale from QPR on a contract until the summer of 2026. On Tuesday night – as always – that national identity is pursued in the face of England and Englishness at this World Cup. Portugal became the third team through to the last-16 of the World Cup after seeing off Uruguay 2-0 thanks to a Bruno Fernandes double. Lineker gave a ‘virtue- signalling’ monologue ahead of the tournament’s opening match, singling out the host nation’s record on human rights and migrant workers. Another spectacular day of judo on day 2 of the Abu Dhabi Grand Slam.
UFC fighter Israel Adesanya was arrested Tuesday at JFK Airport, days after losing his middleweight title belt to Alex Pereira, after TSA found metal knuckles in his luggage. Retired Russian-born fighter Artem Lobov believes he is entitled to a share of profits from the sale of a whiskey brand co-owned by UFC star Conor McGregor. Los Angeles Lakers guard Patrick Beverley has been suspended for three games by the NBA for shoving Deandre Ayton in the back in Tuesday’s game against the Phoenix Suns.
U.S. Soccer angered Iran by posting a doctored Iranian flag on social media. The American players and their coach said they had nothing to do with it. Cameroon’s Vincent Aboubakar scored one of the most eye-catching goals of the World Cup – but only with the help of VAR. Unfortunately, Aboubakar wasn’t able to properly celebrate his glorious lob of Serbia goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic because the assistant referee raised his flag for offside straight away.
We’re now well into this year’s World Cup as we head into the final group games. Sportsmail’s MATT BARLOW pens his latest World Cup diary from Doha. Footage filmed from the team’s journey to the stadium showed traffic slowing down with the police car involved in the escort receiving a bump from behind from the Swiss team bus. England star midfielders Declan Rice and Kalvin Phillips have both issues their public backing for Phil Foden to star for the Three Lions at the World Cup ahead of Tuesday’s clash with Wales.
The t-shirt also had ‘respect for Iranian woman ‘ written on the back in reference to the anti-regime protests in Iran in recent months. Ferri, known as ‘The Falcon’ is an Italian footballer with second-division Indian side United Sports Club who has been working in Ukraine to drive refugees to safety in Poland. He has invaded pitches several times before wearing his signature superman shirt in Italy and South America to raise awareness for issues including to ‘save favela children’. Even bk8 before Casemiro scored Brazil’s match-defining goal, a goal of brutal beauty, similar to the ones he has scored for his ex-club Real Madrid and Brazil, he was the most valuable player on the pitch. Here’s a chance to catch up on everything before the 2022 world Cup begins — must-see games, betting, players to watch and more. Sergio Aguero met with an expletive rebuke after attempting to pacify Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez’s anger towards Argentina team-mate and long-time friend Lionel Messi.
The coach whipped his phone out while his colleagues consoled Son, snapped a selfie of the pair and then walked off. It came after Ghana beat South Korea in another breathless game at the World Cup, with the African side blowing a 2-0 lead and then nudging back in front in the second half. Mario Ferri wore a blue superman t-shirt with the words ‘Save Ukraine’ written on the front as he stormed onto the pitch in the second half of the group stage match on Monday night.