ahead of the final ten games in the league. Serbia striker Aleksandar Mitrovic played his part as his Fulham side secured a big result against Liverpool in the race to survive relegation at the end of the present Premier League campaign. Fulham gave their chances of surviving relegation a big boost with the win over Liverpool.Fulham midfielder Mario Lemina scored to hand the Cottagers a priceless 1-0 away win over Liverpool. Mario Lemina is on a season-long loan at Fulham from Southampton and he scored the game’s only goal just before the half-time break. Gabonese international Lemina pounced on a loose ball ahead of Liverpool attacker Mohamed Salah before unleashing an unstoppable shot that found the back of the net. It was well deserved for Fulham at that point as they had been the better team. Liverpool were second best in the first half and were good value for trailing at the break. The Reds suffered predictably after manager JurgenKlopp made a lot of changes to his usual starting line-up. The introduction of important players like Sadio Mane, Fabinho and Trent Alexander-Arnold ensured that Liverpool improved significantly from the first half display but they still struggled to create opportunities. In the end, Fulham were able to keep the clean sheet needed to win the game. The Fulhamcentre back duo of TosinAdarabioyo and Joachim Andersen were in inspired form for the Cottagers at the back as they helped the West London outfit to an impressive victory. Serbia national team player Mitrovic played his part in the win by coming off the bench for the final five minutes. The Serbia player was subbed on for Ivan Cavaleiro on 85 minutes. Serbia international Mitrovic made his presence felt by collecting a yellow card in added time for dissent.



Sheffield United centre back John Egan is on course to miss the Serbia game for the Republic of Ireland after he was stretchered off during the Premier League trip to West Ham United earlier this week.John Egan suffered a leg injury in a collision with Jesse Lingard and he had to receive treatment on the pitch before the defender was taken off the field for further treatment. Republic of Ireland player John Egan is now expected to miss the 2022 FIFA World Cup tournament qualifier with Serbia next month.

The Republic of Ireland start their qualifying campaign with an away trip to Serbia in Group A on March 24. Apart from Serbia and the Republic of Ireland, Azerbaijan, Luxembourg and reigning European champions Portugal are also in Group A. Continue reading “EGAN SET TO MISS SERBIA CLASH”


Young Serbia striker Dusan Vlahovic produced his best game in a Fiorentina shirt as he helped stun champions Juventus at home in their league meeting earlier this week. Serbia national team player DusanVlahovic was one of the goalscorers as Fiorentina recorded a famous 3-0 win over Juventus in Turin to inflict a first league defeat on new manager Andrea Pirlo who took charge of the Italian Serie A holders in the summer. Juventus sacked former manager Maurizio Sarri and he was replaced by former player Andrea Pirlo.

Serbia national team striker Vlahovic stunned Juventus with the opening goal on three minutes before the big talking point of the game. Hosts Juventus were reduced to ten men after Colombian player Juan Cuadrado was penalised with a red card for dangerous play. Fiorentina didn’t capitalise on that red card to Cuadrado on 18 minutes until the last minutes of the week 14 league encounter.



Serbia have a very difficult task on their hands after they were drawn with European champions Portugal at the end of the draw for the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in the European section. Portugal are the reigning European champions after they needed extra time to beat France by a lone goal in the final of the 2016 European Championship. Portugal beat the French team on home soil with former Swansea City attacker Eder getting the only goal of the game. Portugal also went on to add the inaugural UEFA Nations League crown to their European Championship crown. Portugal beat the Netherlands 1-0 on home soil in the UEFA Nations League final to take the title. Portugal are a formidable team and Serbia will have to produce the campaign of their lives to finish ahead of a Portugal team with Cristiano Ronaldo as the skipper.

Apart from Portugal and Serbia, the other countries that have been drawn into Group A are the Republic of Ireland, Azerbaijan and Luxembourg. It was also announced by UEFA that World Cup hosts Qatar will be joining this group and their games with the other teams will serve as friendlies as the Asian nation continues to prepare for the tournament scheduled to take place at the end of 2022. The tournament is scheduled to start on November 21, 2022 through to December 18, 2022. Continue reading “WORLD CUP: SERBIA TO FACE PORTUGAL”

Serbia Humiliated the Russian Team with 5 Goals


Russia had to take on Serbia in a very crucial game of UEFA Nations League on Wednesday and the match ended with an unexpected 5-0 in favor of Serbia. The Serbian team has broken their record zero wins against Russia and has made their victory a comprehensive one. On the other hand, for Russia, this result is actually humiliating and the goals are actually unanswerable for them.

Four of the goals were scored in the first half and the last one was put into the net in the second half. The Flurry of goals started from the 10 minutes of the match and ended at the 64th minute. Though Russia tried to have 20 shots towards the goal, none of them were good enough to penetrate the goal line. On the other hand, Serbia hit 12 shots towards the goal out of which 5 went in the net. Russia tried to slow down the game after they conceded two goals but the Serbians drew the match towards their way. Russia kept 57% of the ball possession while Serbia only managed to keep 43% of it. The passing accuracy also was much lower in numbers than that of Russia. But still, the Serbians managed to win the match emphatically.
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Serbia and Croatia are Set to Resume the Football League


Corona virus pandemic has badly heated the football game. Serbia and Croatia have agreed to resume their football league which was postponed due to this pandemic officials said on Wednesday. As there is a fear of community transmission of corona virus, it is possible to start the game with certain guidelines.

Serbia and Croatia agreed to start the match behind closed doors to avoid large gatherings. However, the broadcasters are allowed to air the matches like before. Publishing a statement on the Serbian Football Federation website, it is clearly mentioned, it has been decided that the four rounds of the year 2019 and 2020 will be played.

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Mikel Arteta has revealed he is feeling positive about the prospect of club captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang extending his contract with the club. The Gabonese international has been on the spotlight over his contract situation with the club.

Aubameyang, 30, has 12 months left on his current deal, which is due to expire at the end 2020-2021 season. Reports surrounding the Gabon international star have been rife, with reports suggesting he could be set to depart the Emirates this summer.


Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos has revealed that Liverpool tried to sign him in 2014. Back then, the German midfielder was in line to leave Bayern Munich after leading them to consecutive Bundesliga titles, and both United and Liverpool were heavily linked with a transfer. The midfielder had a year left on his contract with Bayern Munich and it was evident the World Cup winner will not renew with the Bavarian. Top clubs around Europe were interested in signing Kroos, before he eventually moved to the Santiago Bernabeu in 2014.

Manchester United, Juventus and Chelsea were all credited with an interest in the player. Kroos admitted Liverpool stars, Steven Garrard and Luiz Suarez tried to convince him to choose the Reds over other suitors. He stated that captain Steven Gerrard told him everything about Liverpool and how beautiful it is to play at Anfield.


Goalkeepers are the last line of defense on a football field. They are the custodian of the goal post, and they are charged with the responsibility of preventing opposition attacking from scoring goals at all cost, as much as they can.

To check the importance of their influence, you need to look at the performance of top goalkeepers in defining moment in tough matches. Liverpool were undone by their goalkeeper when they faced Real Madrid in the final of the UCL in 2018, their goalkeeper Karius gave two goals away to Madrid.

Skomina from Slovenia Declared the Best Referee

Damir Skomina of Slovenia has been acknowledged as the best referee in football in the world this year. The recognition has been given by the International Federation that records history and statistics in football. He got selected by a team of experts from 90 nations across the world. The referee from Slovenia who is currently 43 years of age has scored 136 points during the vote. The second place was secured by Felix Brych who is from Germany. He managed to receive the same title in the year 2017. He got a score of 129 points at the vote. It is the first title for Skomina.

Damir Skomina is also the first referee from Slovenia who has carried out the official duties of the final match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur of the UEFA Champions League held in Madrid on 1st June. He is the 19th holder of the title. It is being presented since the year 1987.

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