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Football fans always follow the results of matches. The best helper in this is the football fixtures table. Fans can watch the Africa Cup, championships among Brazilian and German teams, the Premier League, and many other matches in real time. The qualifying match for the African Nations Cup is the game between “Nigeria” and “Benin”. The first team – three-time winner, who won 82nd place in the FIFA rating. The “Benin” coach Michel Dussoyer is proud of his team – in the current season, players have suffered only two defeats. “Nigeria” will try its best to defeat a sufficiently strong team from Morocco.

For fans of English football, they are invited to view the fight between the Shoreham and Chichester City teams. Each team spends a vast amount of time training – there is a problematic duel ahead. Not so long ago, a match between the English teams took place, in which:

  • the first half was a draw;
  • the second half has become more intense – the players exchanged four goals, scored alternately at each other’s goal.

“Shoreham” every year pleases fans with an ever stronger game. The current season should be decisive for the players because they decided to carry out the fight for the European Cup. The championships away, as seen from football fixtures results, do not end well for the team, and home matches bring victory.

The latest news on La Liga and Super Cup

Despite a short break between tours, there is a lot of news in the Primera. For example, David Villa announced his retirement after the season 2019/2020. The champion of both Europe and la liga spent 19 years in professional football and is now ready to leave.

David Villa is one of the top scorers. He scored 59 goals in 98 matches. He won many awards, including the champion title of the Spanish Cup, was the winner of the Champions League and the UEFA Super Cup. Now the athlete plays in Vissel Kobe club. This La Liga season will be the last for Villa.

As for the Super Cup, there were problems with the distribution of prize money. It happened that Valencia expressed its dissatisfaction with the ratio of funds allocated. Barcelona and Madrid will receive 9 million euros each, and the rest of the four large clubs in Spain will get 3 million each. The club president intends to appeal this decision of the Spanish Football Federation.

Don’t forget that already on January 8th the semi-finals of the Super Cup will be held, in which Real Madrid will meet Valencia.

Carl Potter
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