The event involving Danish player, Christian Eriksen, who fell on the field while playing against Finland in Euro 2020, brings to mind previous incidents involving African sportsmen or those with African heritage. Footballers like Fabrice Muamba, who, like Eriksen, was fortunate enough to survive after collapsing, are examples of similar occurrences.
According to reports, Paris Saint-Germain forward Kylian Mbappe has left the French squad and returned to Paris following a calf injury he sustained in Wednesday's 1-1 draw with Bosnia & Herzegovina. This means that he will miss their World Cup qualifiers against Finland and Ukraine. Corentin Tolisso of Bayern Munich and N'Golo Kante of Chelsea have already been omitted from the France squad owing to injury concerns.
A 22-year-old technical college graduate, Ignatius Asabor, has narrated his ordeal and how relocating to Finland to work for a company has impacted him. The drone-maker shared some of his experiences during an interview with Toluwalope Kareem. You may recall the story of a Nigerian man that left the country after his talent was discovered on Facebook and employed by a company in Finland.
With many European topflight leagues off actions at the weekend owing to the International break, some topflight and lower division sides in big leagues were in action. Below are Nigerian stars who were on parade for their various clubsides at the weekend. 1. Macaulay Chrisantus (Jaro, Finland)qq
2023 Polls: Buhari tasks foreign envoys on neutrality PHOTO CREDIT: Leadership News Nigeria ln the build-up to the 2023 general elections, President Muhammadu Buhari, on Monday, in Abuja urged foreign envoys in Nigeria to be guided by diplomatic practices to ensure that their activities remain within the limits of their profession.
A young Nigerian drone pilot, Ignatius Asabor finally got the help he has been seeking for, but only that this help didn’t come from his people. It was a white man who saw what the boy was doing and realized that his talent was of great use, before sponsoring him to go work in Finland.
1. Jussi Jääskeläinen Jussi Jääskeläinen is first on this list he is a former Finnish player, and he performed as a goalkeeper during his time. Jussi was very talented, he made appearances for Bolton Wanderers, West Harm United, and also the Finland national team.
Yesterday another interesting round of UEFA world cup qualifying games were played, the games were packed with loads of goals and two players were able to score hat tricks for their teams. There were 13 fixtures on Tuesday and 10 of those games ended in a win situation while 3 ended in a draw, France won Finland 2-0, Norway secured a huge 5-1 victory over Gibraltar, Denmark also put five goals past Israel to secure a 5-0 win, another huge victory saw Netherlands beat Turkey 6-1.
France are going through a difficult time; they haven't won in their previous five matches, and they've had to fight back from behind to draw in each of them. They led Group D with nine points from five games going into their sixth match against Finland in World Cup qualification.
The World Champions France would be hoping to end their two matches winless run in the World Cup Qualifiers when they face Finland at Parc Des Prince. The France National Team would be hoping to get all the maximum three points in order to maintain their position on top of the group standings.
Finding a boyfriend is not stressful. But finding a soul mate requires analysis and observations. To make this simple, I've compiled a list of real husbands' attributes that have been proven by some scientists. Those facts are discussed below. 1. Intelligence. As we all know, everyone cannot be smarter, some will surely be smarter and more intelligent than others.
The thought that places in the world where the sun never sets exist may sound absurd or something off the plot of a movie. But shockingly, they do. There are places where the sun doesn't go down for up to 70 days. Visitors and even locals usually get confused because of this phenomenon.
Tana is a name of a long river in Norway and Kenya. In Norway, the river is located in the North of "Karigasniemi" along the Finnish-Norwegian border and between the municipalities of "Utsjoki", Finland and "Karasjok" and Tana, Norway. It is the fifth-longest river in Norway, and discharges into one of the largest river deltas in Europe known as "Tanafjorden".
Regardless the international break that had less actions across top European topflight leagues, Nigerian born and eligible players made the headlines as their efforts propelled their sides to big wins at the weekend. Here are the outstanding Nigerian born and eligible players who were on the score sheet for their various foreign clubs.
Since last week, football fans have been watching international football. Many countries from different countries are battling with each other for a spot in the upcoming World Cup in Qatar next year. Every team and player wants to appear in the most prestigious tournament in the world of sports, and that's why they are giving their best in the qualifiers.
France have struggled so far in the international break as. Their poor form goes back to the Euros. After failure to win 5 straight matches, France finally won match as they best Finland 2:0. The two goals were scored by Antoinne Griezmann and none of them were easy in any way.
This year's Uefa President's Award will go to Denmark captain Simon Kjaer and the medical staff that saved Christian Eriksen's life. Eriksen, collapsed during Denmark's Euro 2020 loss to Finland in Copenhagen on June 12. In his approach to the incident, Kjaer was praised for displaying "excellent leadership characteristics."
A Finnish Company has flown a 22-year-Old Nigerian drone maker to Finland. They say when God makes an opportunity for you, He makes it big. Nigerians are very talented and blessed with young inventors and innovators. There is nothing impossible for youths in Nigeria to achieve, moreover, the sky is their goal.
Football lovers have been following international football since last week. Many countries from all around the world are competing for a spot in the forthcoming World Cup in Qatar next year. Every team and athlete in the world of sports wants to compete in the most prestigious tournament in the world, which is why they are giving it their all in the qualifiers.
France was in action against Finland yesternight and they put up one hell of a performance. In the beginning stages, they were unsteady and had little confidence but after the 1st goals, they controlled the whole game till the end. The match ended 2-0 in favor of France.