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Real Madrid edge Borussia Dortmund 2-0 to win Champions League



By Ojomah Austin.

Emre Can was handed the job of shackling the Madrid danger-man and he did so by utilising a mix of brutish force – the former Liverpool man twice catching the England international in the first 30 minutes – and clever positioning, denying Bellingham the space in which he likes to operate.

With Madrid’s much vaunted front three of Bellingham, Vinicius Jnr and Rodrygo offering little, Dortmund started to believe and they ought to have gone into the break at least one goal ahead.

Adeyemi saw another effort saved by Courtois while the Belgium goalkeeper also did well to palm clear a Marcel Sabitzer drive.

At the second half, Real Madrid began to find their feet in front of goal which later paid of at the 74th Minutes with a 2-0 win at Wembley on Saturday.

Defender Carvajal headed in from Toni Kroos’ corner on 74 minutes before Vinicius fired home to extend Madrid’s record as the most successful club in the competition’s history…

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Heavily drunk Tyson Fury escorted by bouncers from pub before collapsing on the floor just weeks after losing to Usyk (photos/video)



British boxer, Tyson Fury has been photographed being escorted out of a pub before collapsing on the floor outside after he got heavily drunk.

The British former world champion – who lost his title to Oleksandr Usyk last month was led out by two security staff on Friday evening after enjoying one drink too many in Nowhere bar in Morecambe, Lancashire, UK.

Tyson, 35, worth an estimated £300m from his hugely successful boxing career, partied with friends and fans at the venue, which offers drinks for just £2.50 until 11pm..

But his night at the pub came to an end when club staff seeing that he was too intoxicated, gently persuaded the boxer to head back to his £1.7m mansion which he shares with wife Paris and their seven children.

Another video taken by a motorist while waiting to collect her son showed Fury crawling on his hands and knees outside the bar with his head on the pavement.

The woman said: “I heard a lot of shouting and commotion and then I saw Tyson crawling on his hands and knees in the street. He looked in a bad way. Hopefully it was just a one-off blow out for him.”

Tyson Fury not taking his first ever loss well. Former Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury is kicked out of bar in Morecambe for being too drunk pic.

Tyson Fury having one too many at Nowhere pub in Morecambe this past Friday night. He could barely walk and had to be escorted by bouncers falling to his knees once he reached outside this pub. Where’s the Fury Family when you need them? At least he’s not doing this during

DJ Scott Shearing, a popular Dj in Tyson’s vicinity, defended Fury saying how he happily posed for pictures with dozens of fans and even gave one young girl £20.

Posting a picture of Fury online, he added: “I’m sure you’ve all seen the video of Tyson Fury being escorted out of Nowhere on FB. Lots of people with plenty to say.

“The man is a bl**dy legend, multi millionaire and yet he is still just like you or me. He goes out shopping, just like you.

Had friends over from America and they couldn’t believe how down to earth and friendly he was. Win or lose the guys a legend in my eyes

“Goes to the pub just like you, maybe gets drunk just like you too. I get he is a public figure but he is only human.

“I take my hat off to him as everywhere he goes people ask him for photos when he’s just out like everyone else to relax and unwind he always obliges.

“He was in the Strawbs Fri for a good few hours and they were all singing and keeping to themselves.

“Lots of people asked to have their picture taken with him. He took the time to do this in fact a young girl I know had her picture with him and he gave her £20.

“The man has a heart and feelings for god sake. In boxing he is a legend regardless of his last fight however he is proud to live in Morecambe and always mentions us.

“Money and fame can bring its own problems when the temptation for excess of anything is there and available, be it buying fancy cars, houses or going out drinking it must be hard to cope with mentally.

“Don’t get me wrong I wouldn’t turn it down but your every move is in the spotlight.

“He has his own demons with mental health and all that goes along with it but let’s show the man some respect for his achievements and love of Morecambe.

“We should have a statue on the prom celebrating him not putting him down at every opportunity!!!”

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Video Of Super Eagles Reciting ‘Arise O’ Compatriot’ Instead Of “Nigeria, We Hail Thee” In Benin Clash



Video has emerged showing Super Eagles of Nigeria on Monday before the 2026 World Cup qualifier match against Benin Republic reciting the old national anthem, ‘Arise O’ Compatriot’.

Video Of Super Eagles Reciting ‘Arise O’ Compatriot’ Instead Of “Nigeria, We Hail Thee” In Benin Clash

The host had the old national anthem played for the Nigerian team with some social media users insinuating that Benin Republic is unaware that the country has had a change of national anthem.

Recall that President Bola Tinubu on May 29, signed the National Anthem Bill 2024 into law.

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WCQ 2024: Hope of Super Eagles qualifying dims, loses to Benin Republic 2-1



The Super Eagles of Nigeria hopes of qualifying for the 2026 FIFA World Cup is in tatters as they lost 2-1 to Republique du Benin in Abidjan.

Nigerian midfielder, Raphael Onyedika drew the first blood inside 29th minute but the Beninoise equalized few minutes after a player with the Nigerian blood running through his veins, Harold Oluwafemi Dossou capitalized on a defensive error to slot the ball past goalie Stanley Nwabali for the hosts equalizer.

In the closing minutes of the first half, Brest of France forward and captain, Steve Bounie latched on to a loose ball from a corner kick to put the hosts in the lead.

The Eagles tried all they could but lack of clinical finishing ensured the score line remain the same.

The result meant that Super Eagles remain fifth on Group C after playing draw three times and losing the fourth to Benin Republic.

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