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Euro 2024: Lampard reveals England player are missing



Chelsea legend Frank Lampard has suggested that the Three Lions of England are missing the presence of left-back Luke Shaw at the Euro 2024.

England manager Gareth Southgate had picked Shaw for The Three Lions’ squad, but the Manchester United star is yet to feature for the team at Euro 2024.

Shaw has been nursing a hamstring injury that kept him out of action for the Red Devils since February.

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard has suggested that the Three Lions of England are missing the presence of left-back Luke Shaw at the Euro 2024.

England manager Gareth Southgate had picked Shaw for The Three Lions’ squad, but the Manchester United star is yet to feature for the team at Euro 2024.

Shaw has been nursing a hamstring injury that kept him out of action for the Red Devils since February.

The injury has also led to him remaining absent for England’s first two matches at Euro 2024.

“Not having a natural left-sided left-back has been a big deal for him [Southgate] because that felt really good to me watching the last tournament when Luke Shaw was there,” Lampard told BBC Radio 5 (via Metro).

“Luke Shaw was much more offensive on that side of the pitch and we could have a balance where Kyle Walker could stay more and create this three at the back.

“And then you would have the two and get the offensive players between the lines with the threat on the left-hand side. We have lacked that and that is a problem that he [Southgate] is going to want to solve.”

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Erik ten Hag: Man United Supervisor Ends Quietness on Future In the wake of Embarrassing 4:0 Misfortune to Crystal Palace



Manchester United manager, Erik ten Hag, has ended his quietness about his future right after his group’s embarrassing loss against Crystal Palace on Monday night.

The Dutchman’s crew plunged to new profundities in what has been a dull season, experiencing a 4-0 bombshell against the Eagles at Selhurst Park on May 6.

The Red Devils wound up following 2-0 at half-time after goals from Michael Olise and Jean-Philippe Mateta, before Olise struck again following Tyrick Mitchell’s goal after the break.

The resonating triumph for the Eagles denotes whenever they first have gotten a league twofold throughout the 20-time Premier League champions.

Featuring the distinct downfall at Old Trafford under ten Hag, Man United has now conceded a sum of 81 goals in all contests this season, their most noteworthy count in a solitary mission starting around 1977, per Sky Sports.

They are in eighth spot with 54 points from 35 games, two points behind 6th set Newcastle United, and level on points with Chelsea in seventh.

In the mean time, Uniteds’s aspiration for European football next season are lessening quickly.

In the interim, United’s yearnings for European football next season are decreasing quickly.

Erik ten Hag addresses sack rumours

Regardless of mounting analysis and calls for ten Hag’s dismissal in the midst of steady underperformance and an absence of energy from the group, the 54-year-old remaining parts fearless about his situation.

He declared that he doesn’t harp on tales encompassing his possible firing in the midst of the group’s unfortunate outcomes.

“I don’t think about this,” he said when asked about his future at Man United, as quoted by Fabrizio Romano.

The ex-Ajax Amsterdam director likewise communicated dissatisfaction with his group, which is wrestling with various wounds that have sidelined a few vital participants.

“We have many problems, so I prepare the team in the best way I can. The only focus I have is to perform better with my team.”

Sports Brief likewise detailed that Manchester United have hit two disheartening club achievements after their embarrassing 4-0 misfortune to Crystal Palace.

This season denotes the initial time beginning around 1977 that the Red Devils have yielded 81 goals, denoting the side’s most elevated count in more than forty years.

Besides, this is the primary example in the club’s rich history that Man United have experienced 13 misfortunes in a solitary Premier League campaign.

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‘We Were the Better Group’: PSG Boss Mourns After Agonizing Champions Defeat to Dortmund



Paris Saint-Germain president, Nasser Al-Khelaifi, stays unyielding that his side ought to have gotten a spot in the current year’s UEFA Champions League final after their exit on Tuesday, May 7.

PSG entered the semi-finals as the unmistakable top picks to progress to their second-ever European final.


Dortmund punish wasteful PSG

Notwithstanding, Borussia Dortmund’s disciplined and determined execution guaranteed that the Parisians’ Champions League yearnings were broken.

A singular goal from Niclas Fullkrug in the first leg left the French heroes confronting a 1-0 shortage, convincing them to upset the scoreline at the Parc des Princes in the return fixture.

Regardless of various endeavors on goal and highlighting an impressive and formidable attacking lineup drove by Kylian Mbappe, PSG floundered at home.

Mats Hummels’ second-half header fixed a 2-0 aggregate triumph for the Bundesliga side.


Profligacy or ill luck? PSG’s bane against Dortmund

Opta Statistics uncover that PSG sent off a stunning 30 shots on goal yet failed to track down the rear of the net against their German rivals.

This failure to change over possibilities assisted PSG with establishing an unwanted record as the group with the most shots without scoring in a Champions League match in something like twenty years.

Moreover, Luis Enrique’s men hit the woodwork four times all through the tie, establishing another standard for a Champions League knockout fixture, per GOAL.


PSG president laments after UCL exit

Considering PSG’s excruciating way out from Europe, President Al-Khelaifi lamented the missed open doors that eventually prompted their destruction.

“We are very disappointed and sad about the result. I think we deserve better. In total, we hit the post on four occasions tonight and twice last week—the ball didn’t want to go in. It’s difficult,” he told Canal Plus, as cited by GFFN.

Regardless of saluting Dortmund, he focused on his side was the better of the different sides and merited a spot in the final.

“We wanted to win, but congratulations to Dortmund. We really thought we could get to the final.


“We were the better team. I am proud of our team, which is the youngest in Europe. It’s the third time in five years that we’ve made the semi-finals. Of course, this wasn’t our objective, but it’s football – sometimes it isn’t fair.”

Mbappe assumes fault for PSG’s exit

In a past distribution, Sports Brief covered Mbappe’s affirmation of PSG’s exit from the Champions League on May 7.

Notwithstanding his endeavors across the two legs of the semi-last, the German group effectively invalidated Mbappe’s scoring open doors, protecting their spot in the last with a 2-0 total.

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Davido, Adekunle Gold, others cheers Tunde Onakoya as he breaks World Record for the longest chess marathon



Nigerian chess ace Tunde Onakoya has had an unexpected visit from performer Davido while endeavoring to break the Guinness World Record for the longest chess long distance race of 58 hours.

Tunde has crushed north of 90 rivals and has crossed the 39 hour blemish on course to break the record while raising a large number of dollars for kids.

Various Nigerians encompass Tunde and are supporting him to arrive at his objective. Davido like other came over to offer help, getting an embrace from the chess expert and afterward remaining on to root for him.

Several  celebrities, politician, and Nigerians in the diaspora, have drummed support for Tunde with their  presence at Times Square, social media reach out, and lots more.

’Adekunle Gold just donated thousands of dollars to Tunde Onakoya and gifted him brand new iPads and equipment needed for live stream. Big fish o Kere’’

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