Bradley Beal reacts to dropping 43 points against Washington Wizards.
Three time NBA All-star player, Bradley has struggled with recurrent injuries and still figuring out the team’s rhythm since his move to the Phoenix Suns in the postseason. With consistent playtime this past month, he is again showing glimpses of the scoring abilities he is reputed for. I’m his first game back In Washington, he dropped an efficient 43 points in the Suns’ 140-112 win against his former team, Washington Wizards where he played for 11 years. Reacting to his performance, Beal joked about knowing the gym a bit more now, whilst also praising his teammates for their constant encouragement.
"I guess I know this gym a little bit."
– Bradley Beal on dropping 43 PTS against his former team 🗣️ pic.twitter.com/Pfa4cFiNav
— NBA (@NBA) February 4, 2024
Envisaging some of Ronaldo’s biggest records as he turns 39.
Unarguably one of the greatest football players of all time, Cristiano Ronaldo has done it all. From Sporting Lisbon, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Juventus and now Al Nassr, he has etched his name in the history books and while he says that he does not follow records, records definitely follows him. As he turns 39 years old today, here are some of the biggest football records created. With 873 career goals, Cristiano has scored the most goals in football history. The Champions League’s top scorer is the only player to have scored in three CL finals, once with Manchester United (2008) and twice with Real Madrid (2014, 2017). Also, he remains the player with the most international goals with 128. As his incredible career edged closer, we must continue to enjoy every bit of magic that he continues to offer.
🏆🏆🏆 x Premier League
🏆🏆 x La Liga
🏆🏆 x Serie A
🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 x Domestic Super Cups
🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 x Domestic Cups
🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆 x UCL
🏆🏆🏆🏆 x Club World Cup
🏆🏆🏆 x UEFA Super Cup
🏆 x UEFA Euro
🏆 x UEFA Nations League
🏆 x Arab Champs Cup
🐐 Cristiano Ronaldo turns 39 pic.twitter.com/8yeFuBRVeO
— Madrid Zone (@theMadridZone) February 4, 2024
Garnacho shines as Manchester United hit third straight win.
After a rough start to the season, Manchester United seem to be finding their groove back. After the FA cup victory against Newport County and late win against Wolves at the Molineux Stadium, Eric ten Hag’s side have secured their third straight win, beating West Ham 3-0. Rasmus Højlund increased his PL goal tally with a beautiful shot in the 23rd minute, scoring four in his last four games. Alejandro Garnacho’s second half brace was however crucial in helping United secure a much needed win which now puts them in 6th place, eight points outside of the top four.
Real Madrid advancing with confidence in Kylian Mbappé deal.
The unending transfer saga between Real Madrid and Kylian Mbappé looks to be on again. Despite both parties denying existential rumours of any ongoing contacts, sources are again reporting that Real Madrid are in a confident place in regards to advancing their bid for the French star. Whilst he agreed to stay with with PSG after last summer’s transfer indications, rumours are suggesting that a formal decision regarding Mbappé’s next destination will be announced soon. PSG are however, yet to receive any formal communication from Real Madrid.
🚨 Real Madrid keep advancing on Kylian Mbappé deal with confidence — but nothing has been signed yet.
Formal decision on player side expected soon.
↪️ Nasser Al Khelaifi & PSG have not received any formal communication yet.
It’s a crucial step, part of the pact with Kylian. pic.twitter.com/lzts0ta5wZ
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) February 5, 2024
Izzy Christiansen tips Lampard to lead Chelsea women next season.
Emma Hayes is set to depart from the Chelsea Women’s team for a new adventure as new USWNT manager after a hugely successful tenure after leading the team to 15 trophies in 11 years. Ahead of this potential move, former Everton midfielder , Izzy Christiansen has tipped Chelsea legend, Frank Lampard to take over as the women’s team new manager. Izzy noted that Lampard possesses great credentials that can lead the team into an new era.
Former Everton midfielder Izzy Christiansen says Lampard has the ideal credentials to lead Chelsea Women into a new era of profound success:
"I do have a name in mind but I've never heard anyone throw it out there… Frank Lampard." pic.twitter.com/66JmE1OTKV
— Vince™ (@Blue_Footy) February 5, 2024