Liverpool make history in being crowned Club World Cup winners Flamengo stand tall to make for enthralling final Monterrey bag bronze to match their all-time best The confetti has been swept up, the floodlights switched out and the victory chants have left the bowels of the Khalifa International Stadium. As the dust settles on the
Roberto Firmino reflects on secure Liverpool’s first world tile Virgil van Dijk talks writing history Trent Alexander-Arnold talks on a unique achievement for his hometown club English champions: 18 times. European champions: six times. World champions: never… at least not until today. Liverpool, one of football’s most historical and successful clubs, finally have no more
Mohamed Salah won the adidas Golden Ball and Alibaba Cloud Player of the Tournament awards Bruno Henrique claimed the adidas Silver Ball, while Carlos Eduardo won the adidas Bronze Ball Esperance won the Fair Play Award After Liverpool won the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019™ title, the FIFA Technical Study Group chose Mohamed Salah
Luis Cardenas was all smiles at the final whistle, and not without good reason. After all, it is not every day that you save two penalties in a shootout and score the fifth and decisive penalty to secure third place for your team at the FIFA Club World Cup™. The keeper fully deserved his Alibaba
Stepping out at a world final is a memory cherished for a lifetime by any player lucky enough to do so. But they’re not the only ones who leave the stadium having experienced something they’ll never forget. Before the teams take to the field, the stage is set as the flags are brought onto the
Roberto Firmino sees Liverpool crowned at Qatar 2019 Reds edge Flamengo 1-0 to lift Club World Cup European champions become world champions for first time in their history Roberto Firmino was the hero as his extra-time goal saw Liverpool crowned FIFA Club World Cup winners for the first time, defeating Flamengo 1-0 in a nail-biting
Goalkeeper Cardenas hits winning penalty Strike sees Monterrey leave with bronze medal Slow-burn clash burst into life in second half Goalkeeper Luis Cardenas was the hero for Monterrey as he saved two and then scored the winning shootout spot-kick to clinch bronze for Monterrey at the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019, following a 2-2
Monterrey take on Al Hilal in match for third place at Qatar 2019 Los Rayados hoping to cap historic year by winning bronze and Liga MX title “We want to go back to Mexico with an even bigger smile” Monterrey’s top scorer in the CONCACAF Champions League with four goals, Nico Sanchez did as much
Jordan Henderson hoping to captain Liverpool to a first global title Reds will meet Flamengo in Saturday’s Club World Cup final Huge 2019 comes off the back of a long road to glory The story arc of Jordan Henderson’s eight-year Liverpool career has been playing out like an epic, slow-burning, sporting ‘box set’ television drama.
Liverpool and Flamengo face off in Saturday’s FIFA Club World Cup™ final The two sides contested the 1981 Intercontinental Cup, with Fla winning 3-0 Diego Ribas, the Brazilian side’s captain, is just back from serious injury Diego Ribas has had an emotional rollercoaster of a year, one in which he suffered the worst injury of
Qatar 2019 coming to a conclusion Liverpool face Flamengo in eagerly-awaited decider Monterrey and Al Hilal vying for third place The FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019™ reaches its climax this Saturday with the meeting of UEFA Champions League winners Liverpool, who booked their place at the expense of Monterrey in a hard-fought semi-final, and
Al Hilal preparing for third-place game against Monterrey Carlos Eduardo analyses his side’s loss to Flamengo Asian champions now aiming for podium finish Despite their semi-final defeat to Flamengo, Saudi Arabia’s Al Hilal have impressed so far at the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019™. After an emphatic win over Esperance de Tunis in their
Alisson relishing chance to fulfil childhood dream Andy Robertson sets eyes on “fantastic” Flamengo Crucial pair kept Monterrey at bay in makeshift defence Liverpool stood firm in Doha against a lively Monterrey to tee up a FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 final against Flamengo. It was one step closer to completing a dream for
Roberto Firmino’s late goal lifts Liverpool past Monterrey 2-1 The Reds advance to face Flamengo in the final on Saturday Rayados will meet Al Hilal to contest third place It took substitute Roberto Firmino only six minutes of game time to strike the winning goal for Liverpool, who edged Monterrey 2-1 and advanced to the
Esperance finished Qatar 2019 in fifth position They beat Al Sadd 6-2 with a hat-trick from Elhouni The Libyan forward won the Alibaba Cloud Match Award For the players of Esperance Sportive de Tunis, the feelings at the conclusion of their game against Al Sadd were undoubtedly mixed. There was contentment at comprehensively beating the
The dictionary defines ‘resilience’ as “the capacity to recover from or adjust easily to misfortune or change”, and this sums up perfectly what it means to support Flamengo at this moment in time. Because while it is true that the Brazilian side are enjoying a historic season, their matches have certainly put their fans through
Flamengo into Club World Cup final South American champions needed second-half comeback They will face Monterrey or Liverpool A Bruno Henrique-inspired second-half fightback saw Flamengo book their place in the FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 final with a 3-1 win over Al Hilal. The rangy forward scored one and set up two after Salem
Hamdou Elhouni’s hat-trick seals ES Tunis victory Six-goal haul sees them equal best-ever finish Eight total goals equal most in a Club World Cup game Esperance Sportive de Tunis ended their FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019 on a high, coming out on top in a 6-2 record-equalling goalfest with Al Sadd. Hamdou Elhouni’s hat-trick
Liverpool enter the arena with eyes trained on glory Monterrey out to finally earn their shot at the title Victor will earn a place in Saturday’s final When it comes to both Monterrey and Liverpool, their semi-final has a little more depth than just the game itself in terms of FIFA Club World Cup baggage.
Michael Owen helped kick off first Generation Amazing Festival Former England star took part in a Q&A with the participants Programme aims to promote social inclusion and development through football FIFA Legend Michael Owen dropped in to help inspire young people from across the world as the first Generation Amazing Festival kicked off in Qatar.