CHAMPIONS LEAGUE:FC BARCELONA VS PSG

PSG all but booked their place in the last 8 of this years champions league with an emphatic victory over Barcelona at Camp Nou. I say all but because as we have seen with the history of these two sides one can never be sure can they? Barca were fortunate to say the very leastContinue reading “CHAMPIONS LEAGUE:FC BARCELONA VS PSG”

AUSTRALIAN OPEN:HALEP VS SERENA WILLIAMS

Serena Williams is now 2 matches away from overtaking Margret Court as the greatest ever ladies tennis player of all time in the Slams. She reached the last 4 in Melbourne with an impressive straight sets victory over second seed Halep. She survived one break of serve in that all important first set. Serena gotContinue reading “AUSTRALIAN OPEN:HALEP VS SERENA WILLIAMS”

NBA:JAZZ VS 76ers

In this unofficial NBA championship match, the Jazz underlined their status as the team to beat in the post season. The East’s undisputed number one Philly took on the West’s top team at the moment Utah. After a dominant first quarter led by the irrepressible Ben Simmons(42 points),the Sixers came undone in the second. DonContinue reading “NBA:JAZZ VS 76ers”

AUSTRALIAN OPEN:KARATSEV VS DIMITROV

The surprise player of this year’s tournament has been Aslan Karatsev of Russia. He made it to his first ever grand slam semi with in my opinion a comfortable come from behind vistory over Bulgaria’s Grigor Dimitrov. Dimitrov, the Thiem slayer, won the first set 6-2 through purposeful hitting and serving.Karatsev made to pay forContinue reading “AUSTRALIAN OPEN:KARATSEV VS DIMITROV”

PREMIER LEAGUE:EVERTON VS FULHAM

Scott Parker’s Fulham are not lying down in their quest for survival. Their victory at Goodison Park yesterday meant they are now 7 points from safety. A makeshift back four of Holgate and Godfrey proved weak in preventing goals from Maja in the 48th and 65th minute. With one eye on the Merseyside derby nextContinue reading “PREMIER LEAGUE:EVERTON VS FULHAM”

AUSTRALIAN OPEN:OSAKA VS MUGURUZA

Naomi Osaka got out of jail against the fierce competitor that is Garbine Muguruza of Spain. She looked sluggish in the first set missing the target with multiple attempts at a winner. Muguruza deservedly winning it 6-4. Garbine continued her good form into the second breaking Naomi early to race to a 2-0 lead. HoweverContinue reading “AUSTRALIAN OPEN:OSAKA VS MUGURUZA”