FOOTBALL – Tottenham Hotspur came roaring back from an early deficit to deal Chelsea their first defeat in a London Derby this season. Chelsea mounted a furious comeback in the second half, but the hosts circled the wagons before their five-goal effort could go to waste.
FOOTBALL – The Premier League will kick-off the new year with an action packed day of football on 1 January. Click on the ‘Continue reading’ button to check out our infographic on New Year’s Day in numbers.
FOOTBALL – Southampton drew 1-1 with Chelsea in the Premier League on Sunday. The wave shows a dominating first half by Southampton (red) until a couple of minutes before half time, when Chelsea ( blue) scored the equaliser. In the second half it was all Chelsea, but they failed to score the winning goal, which they might have deserved. Continue reading
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Here’s our infographic with some of the most memorable achievements of 2014. Click on the image for a larger version.
FOOTBALL – After trailing in the 64th minute, Liverpool (in red) were pushing hard for the equaliser against Arsenal (in blue) on Sunday. Even after playing with 10 men, Liverpool kept pushing hard and eventually might have deserved more than one point. Continue reading
FOOTBALL – By scoring a brace late in a 5-0 victory over Córdoba CF, Lionel Messi raised his total of official goals for FC Barcelona in the 2014 calendar year to 50. At club level, Messi has now cracked the half century in four of the last five calendar years. The only exception in that span was last seasson, when he finished with 39 goals for the blaugranas.
When counting his goals for Argentina, Messi finishes the 2014 calendar year on 58 official goals for club and country
ALPINE SKIING – This weekend, Lindsey Vonn will be vying to equal the all-time record for World Cup race victories in ladies’ alpine skiing. The American comes into the weekend in Val d’Isère as one of the favourites for both the Downhill and the Super G. Her 60 career World Cup race wins are two shy of the record by Austria’s Annemarie Moser-Pröll. Click on the picture to see the FULL SIZE Ingographic.