Birds come in different sizes and instincts. Just like the mammals and insects in the animal kingdom, birds have their hierarchical level from the lowest to the highest. The lowest of these birds feed on insects and flowers. However, the highest rank birds are carnivorous in nature; they are birds of prey which feed on small animals.
1. Daniel Passarella Daniel Alberto Passarella is a 68-year-old Argentine retired professional soccer player who played as a centre back for River Plate and the Argentina national team. Widely considered as the greatest South American defender of all time and one of the greatest Argentina players of all time, Passarella was also a proficient goalscorer.
Lionel Messi, the Paris Saint-Germain and Argentina striker, was in action for Argentina yesterday night against Uruguay in their World Cup qualifying match, which they won 3-0. Messi fluttered a 35-meter ball into the area eight minutes before the interval, but it was missed by both approaching attackers, Nicolas Gonzalez and Fernando Muslera, and somehow crept into the net to give Argentina a 1-0 lead.
Europe and South America are undoubtedly the two continents that have produced the most stars in world football. In this article, we'll be comparing Europe's best XI of current players with South America's best XI of current players. Check it out below: Image via Tribuna.
Lionel Messi is not just a word class footballer, he is also a player who always love to prove his critics wrong by performing brilliantly on the field of play especially when he has been written off. Messi once again put up a great display as he features for Argentina in the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 Qualifying matches.
Brazilian great, Pele has apologized to Lionel Messi for congratulating him late after breaking his record of most goals by a South American player in men's international history. You will recall on the 9th of September, Lionel Messi made history with his home Country, Argentina after scoring an hat-trick against Bolivia to surpass Brazilian legend, Pele for the most goal scored by a South American player.
The record for the most international goals scored by a South American player was before now held by Pele. The Brazilian scored a total of 77 international goals for Brazil during his playing career. This record was seen to be beyond the reach of another South American player owing to how tough it is to score against South American teams.
The questions in everybody's mind presently is who is the best player in the world at the moment? Maybe it is time we start appreciating what Liverpool's Mohammed Salah represent in the game and what he does. Undoubtedly, if he had been a European or a South American, maybe he would have been mentioned for the Ballon D'or award.
There is just two types of football managers: those that have been sacked and those that will be sacked later on. The football manager’s job has been hailed as the loneliest on earth — a terrible, unpleasant job that pushes its experts extremely close to frenzy.
Money can buy you almost anything in sports, as Chelsea, Manchester City, and Real Madrid fans know all too well. But there's one thing it can't buy you: loyalty. The great irony of assembling a team of the best players money can buy is that if someone offers them more money, they'll leave.
The week 8 of the 2021/22 English premier league season will start immediately after the International break ends on the 15th of October. Players representing their countries will return back to their clubs in other to prepare for their next match. Chelsea remains the league leaders after week 7 fixtures and with their nest 4 fixtures, the blues might extend their lead throughout the October.
The World Cup Qualifiers between South American teams Argentina and Uruguay ended up to be a very entertaining and fluid match. Argentina claimed victory with a comfortable 3-0 win against Uruguay at home. Goals were scored by Lionel Messi who opened the scoreline, Rodrigo De Paul and Martinez.
The premier league is set to resume on Saturday after the international break and some South American players are going to be absent in the premier league matches this weekend. The South American players that might be absent are; Ederson, Gabriel Jesus, Fabinho, Allison, Fred, Thiago Silva, Emerson Royal, Yeri Mina, Romero, Almiron, Edison Cavani, Lol Celso, Sanchez, Raphinha, Martinez.
Manchester united continued their poor run of form in the English Premier league when they hosted Everton at Old trafford on Saturday afternoon. The red devils took the lead in the game through Anthony Martial's first half strike but had to settle for a point after the final whistle as Andros Townsend struck in the second half to earn his side a point in the game.
The Premier League returns this weekend after what seemed like an unbearably long two weeks. This Saturday and Sunday, the competition has some exciting matches planned up. During the upcoming matchday, however, not every club will be at full strength. Players that competed in the South American qualifiers on Thursday are unable to play this Gameweek due to COVID-19 laws in the United Kingdom.
Argentina great, Lionel Messi became the first South American player to score 80 goals for his country on Monday morning. Lionel Messi opened the scoring for Argentina against Uruguay in the 38th minutes with brilliant fluke from 35 metres in their World Cup qualifier match in Buenos Aires.
The conmebol 2022 World Cup Qualifiers are back for the October international window. Brazil continue atop the standings, Argentina dropped two points, and Ecuador shone again. Here, check out the results, next round games, and how things stand after marchday11. Nearly a month, the South American 2022 World Cup Qualifier returned with a new triple - fixture, just like in September.
Liverpool, Man City, Man Utd and Aston Villa most affected; some players will kick off for their country just 35 hours before their club games kick off, as the Premier League returns from the international fortnight. Up to 16 South American Premier League players could be sidelined this weekend due to the scheduling of CONMEBOL World Cup qualifiers.
Checkout The Gift Argentina Federation Gave Messi For Becoming The Top Scorer in CONMEBOL In History
It was a memorable day for Lionel Messi yesterday as he was honoured by the Argentine federation for becoming the top goalscorer in the CONMBOL history. The CONMBOL is known to be the continental governing body of football in South America. They are responsible for the organization and governance of South American football's major international tournaments like FIFA World Cup.
Since making his international debut for Argentina in 2005, Messi has set unrivaled standards of performance, becoming the country's all-time leading scorer in the process. When he scored a hat-trick in a World Cup qualifying win over Bolivia at the start of September, the 34-year-old broke Pele's South American scoring record of 77, and he has now surpassed it after adding to his total against Uruguay.