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Barca Bayern book knockout berths in Womens ChampionLeague

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Barca, Bayern book knockout berths in Womens Champions League

Barca, Bayern book knockout berths in Womens Champions League

Barca, Bayern book knockout berths in Womens Champions League

Bayern Munichs Georgia Stanway scores their third goal during the Womens Champions League Group D match against FC Rosengard. (FILE/Reuters)

Barca, Bayern book knockout berths in Womens Champions League

Arsenal made the last eight from Group C on a better head-to-head record despite being beaten 1-0 at home by reigning champions Lyon

PARIS: Barcelona and Bayern Munich both cruised to comfortable wins on Thursday to book their tickets for the knockout stage of the Womens Champions League.

Bayern Munich overcame some stubborn early resistance at Swedish side Rosengard to ease to a comprehensive 4-0 win.

A looping header from Brazilian defender Tainara gave them the lead in the 38th minute.

Sydney Lohmann doubled the lead in the 66th minute with Georgia Stanway and Julia Landenberger following up to complete a comfortable win.

Irene Paredes gave Barcelona an early lead in Lisbon before Claudia Pina doubled it just before the break.

Aitana Bonmati and Ana-Maria Crnogorcevic put Barca 4-0 up but Benfica finally began to bare their teeth when Jessica Silva and Cloe Lacasse both scored.

But an own goal from Ana Seica and a fiery finish from Mariona Caldentey completed the 6-2 rout which enabled Barca to join Bayern on 12 points in Group D and ensure that both progress alongside Wolfsburg who are already through.

Arsenal also moved into the last eight from Group C on a better head-to-head record despite being beaten 1-0 at home by reigning champions Lyon, Frida Maanums own goal just before the break the difference between the teams.

The win means Lyon are now level with Arsenal on 10 points, two ahead of Juventus for whom Cristiana Girelli scored four, including two penalties, as they hammered Zurich 5-0 in Turin.

The Italy forward notched her first after two minutes but had to wait to the cusp of halftime, by which time Lineth Beerensteyn had already put Juve 2-0 up, before striking in her second from the spot.

The 32-year-old completed her hat trick in the 57th minute after some fine link-up play from Beerensteyn and Barbara Bonansea before adding her fourth from the penalty spot two minutes later.

Zurich had Irina Pando sent off six minutes from time for a late tackle on Beerensteyn that earned her a second yellow card.

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Sheikh Messi leads Argentina to World Cup win in Doha

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Captain scored twice, France striker Kylian Mbappe hit hattrick as thrilling World Cup final finished 3-3

Tens of thousands of Argentina fans rose to salute Messi as he told them were champions of the world!

DOHA: Lionel Messi led Argentina to World Cup glory on Sunday, scoring twice against France in one of the all-time great finals with the South Americans holding their nerve to triumph in a penalty shootout.

Messi finally crowned his record-breaking career by claiming footballs biggest prize with a performance that will go down in World Cup history, scoring a first-half penalty and netting again in extra time.

France had fought back from 2-0 down in the last 10 minutes as Kylian Mbappe scored twice to equalize and force extra time in a pulsating match watched by an 89,000 crowd in Lusail Stadium.

Messi seemed to have decided the match in extra time with his second goal of the game before his Paris Saint-Germain teammate Mbappe completed only the second World Cup final hat-trick to bring the score to 3-3 and force penalties.

Gonzalo Montiel swept home the decisive spot kick to win the shootout 4-2 for Argentina but this was Messis moment.

He had tasted bitter defeat in the 2014 final against Germany but in his fifth and final World Cup, the 35-year-old finally emulated Argentina idol Diego Maradona by leading his nation to World Cup glory for the first time since Maradonas victory in Mexico City in 1986.

Tens of thousands of blue and white-shirted Argentina fans rose to salute Messi as he told them were champions of the world! on the stadium microphone.

Later he told Argentine television: Obviously I wanted to finish my career with this. I cant ask for any more.

My career is coming to end because these are my final years. What more could there be after this?

But he said he would continue with the Argentina squad. I want to keep experiencing a few more matches as world champion, he added.

FIFA will be delighted with a pulsating final that capped one of the most controversial World Cups in history, with the Qatari organizers having to face persistent questions about the countrys treatment of migrant workers and its laws on homosexuality.

Neutrals will be happy that Messi has finally won a World Cup. However, with his hat-trick and the Golden Boot for top scorer at the tournament with eight goals Mbappe surely showed he is ready to inherit the mantle of the worlds best player.

Argentina, now three-time world champions, dominated the first half of the final as Messi scored a 23rd minute penalty after Ousmane Dembele tripped Angel Di Maria.

The mercurial Messi was then part of a superb move that led to Di Maria sweeping home Argentinas second goal after 36 minutes.

They appeared to be cruising to a straightforward victory as France, who had battled a virus in their camp in the past few days, were completely overrun.

But the defending champions finally got back into the game in the second half as Randal Kolo Muani was dragged down by Nicolas Otamendi in the penalty area and Mbappe converted from the spot with only 10 minutes left.

A minute later, Mbappe scored a superb volley to bring France level.

In extra time, Messi forced a diving save from French keeper Hugo Lloris in the final minutes and Lautaro Martinez could have put Argentina ahead but Dayot Upamecano superbly intervened to snuff out the danger.

Messi knocked in the rebound when Lloris parried Martinezs saved shot in the 108th minute to give Argentina the lead once again.

But when Mbappes shot hit Montiels outstretched arm, the referee pointed to the penalty spot to the Argentinians disgust and Mbappe stroked it home to become the first player to score a World Cup hat-trick since Englands Geoff Hurst in 1966.

A superb match went to penalties and Montiel scored the decisive spot kick to win the shootout 4-2.

Argentina goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez, who saved Kingsley Comans attempt in the shootout, said the victory was destiny.

All that I have dreamed of has been achieved. I have no words for it. I was calm during the penalty shoot-out, and everything went as we wanted.

France coach Didier Deschamps rued the failure to become the first team in 60 years to retain the trophy.

I dont want to take any merit away from Argentina but there were lots and lots of emotions and it was cruel at the end because we were so close, he said.

James Doyle lands Crown Prince Cup on Saudi return

James Doyle lands Crown Prince Cup on Saudi return

James Doyle lands Crown Prince Cup on Saudi return

Jockey steers My Frankel to victory on first ride in Kingdom since February

The race worked out beautifully, Englishman says

RIYADH: James Doyle partnered My Frankel to a comfortable success in the Crown Prince Cup (Domestic Group 1) at theKing Abdulaziz Racecourse in Riyadh on Saturday.

The Godolphin-retained jockey was having his first rides in Saudi Arabia since the Saudi Cup meeting in February and struck on the former Sir Michael Stoute-trained five-year-old to land the feature SAR1 million ($266,000) contest.

Doyle first rode in Saudi Arabia in the 2013-14 season and before Saturday his last winner was in the 2019-20 season. My Frankel was his seventh winner from 63 rides in the country.

Speaking after the ride, Doyle said: My Frankel was brilliant. They had said he would rate the highest of the runners, so he was pretty well fancied.

The race worked out beautifully. Hes a horse that can lead, but we were a little unsure on how the race would set up, with pacemakers from other stables. We ignored the pacemakers and just rode our own race.

He was stepping up in trip for the first time in Saudi, but hed seen the mile and a half out quite well from his time in England, so I knew hed stay. It was just a case of trying to keep the fractions as smooth as possible as hes a relentless galloper, rather than a real quickener.

The straight in Saudi is quite long, so when youre in front for the whole way, it does seem a long way, but he had plenty left and was a ready winner.

I think the penciled in plans for him are to drop back to 2,000 meters and be targeted at the Kings Cups (on Jan. 14.) The drop back in trip wouldnt be a worry, he added.

Doyle also mentioned the special atmosphere on the day and his hopes of returning to ride in Saudi Arabia.

From spending a lot of time in Saudi over the years, it was nice to see such a big crowd there. The reception My Frankel got was pretty incredible, he said.

Its a huge team HRH Prince Faisal Bin Khaled Bin Abdulaziz has and theyre very passionate about their horse and the racing, so it was great to see.

I look forward to hopefully coming back here again soon.

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Brazils forward Richarlison eyes the ball during the Qatar 2022 World Cup quarter-final match against Croatia. AFP

Five most memorable goals of 2022 World Cup

A stunning goal to produce the most stunning result as Saudi Arabia upset the South American giants 2-1 in their opening game

Portugal coach Fernando Santos had made the big decision to leave Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench and in his place start the 21-year-old Benfica forward who had only made his debut in a pre-tournament friendly

DOHA: Acrobatic volleys, long-range piledrivers and sweeping team goals: AFP looks at some of the most memorable goals of the 2022 World Cup:

Without doubt the most acrobatic goal of the tournament came after the Brazilian striker had already made his mark in Qatar by putting his team 1-0 up in their opening group game.

A Vinicius cross with the outside of his right boot was controlled by Richarlison with his left foot, before he spun around and leapt to score with an outrageous mid-air volley with his right.

It was a goal which led one commentator to declare Thats Brazil and it suggested they could be about to light up the tournament with flair, technique and improvization but despite some more moments of magic they were eliminated in the last eight by Croatia.

A stunning goal to produce the most stunning result as Saudi Arabia upset the South American giants 2-1 in their opening game.

Al-Dawsari turned sharply in the box, beating two defenders in the process, before he shifted the ball past a third and then, with Leandro Paredes lunging at him, drilled an unstoppable shot into the top far corner.

It was a goal that sent Arabic language commentators wild with delight and will ensure the 31-year-old Al-Dawsari lifelong fame but Argentina were able to recover from the shock it caused and go on to reach the final.

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It wasnt spectacular and it didnt take extraordinary technique but Wout Weghorsts equalizer in the 11th minute of injury time was a moment of sheer impudence and high drama.

2-1 down and with nothing left on the clock, the Dutch got a free-kick five meters outside the penalty area. Argentina, lined up a five-man defensive wall and the Dutch placed a three-man wall of their own alongside them.

But instead of the expected last-gasp shot on goal, Teun Koopmeiners slipped a pass to Weghorst, who moved out of the Dutch wall and turned to poked the ball in and force extra-time. It was a classic training ground routine, executed to perfection, but the dazed Argentines recovered to win the shoot-out and progress.

Portugal coach Fernando Santos had made the big decision to leave Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench and in his place start the 21-year-old Benfica forward who had only made his debut in a pre-tournament friendly.

But Santos selection choice proved inspired with Ramos putting Portugal ahead in the 17th minute with a blistering left-foot strike on the turn from the tightest of angles.

The ball whistled past helpless Swiss keeper Yann Sommer, who had barely moved and Ramos went on to score a hattrick in a 6-1 win.

There have been very few long-range goals at this World Cup and not many from free-kicks either but Luis Chavez showed how both are done with a wonderful strike.

Over 25 meters out, Chavez struck his direct free-kick to perfection, curling the ball high over the wall but with speed and whip that sent it beyond the reach of the diving Mohammed Al-Owais.

It proved to be in vain, as Mexico were eliminated despite beating the Saudis 2-1 in their final group game, but Chavez had shown that while the data-crunchers may discourage it, there is something wonderful about a perfectly struck free-kick goal.

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FIFAs Gianni Infantino arrives for medal ceremony after World Cup third place play-off match between Croatia and Morocco. AFP

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Take your phone and take a picture with him if you want! Saudi Arabia coach Herve Renard suggests a novel approach to dealing with Argentinas Lionel Messi in his half-time team-talk. Renards words did the trick as Saudi Arabia upset the South Americans 2-1.

People say the favorites are France. But we have the greatest player of all time. Argentina goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez on his teams not-so-secret weapon, Lionel Messi.

Its high time we stop with this conversation, stop the controversies. Its high time for you to leave (Cristiano) Ronaldo alone, in acknowledgement for what hes done for Portuguese football. Portugal coach Fernando Santos tries to shift the focus from his superstar.

When you watch Rocky, you want to support Rocky Balboa because of his hard work and commitment and I think were the Rocky Balboa of this World Cup. Morocco coach Walid Regragui sums up his teams underdog spirit.

Its not my fault because I didnt miss the penalty. Uruguay veteran Luis Suarez is unrepentant about his infamous 2010 World Cup handball against Ghana.

No chance, were too old. I think our chance was 2018. We have a good team, but it is aging. Belgium talisman Kevin De Bruyne dismisses the Red Devils chances of winning the World Cup.

Where did it go wrong? We probably also attack badly because we are too old, that must be it now, surely? Belgiums veteran defender Jan Vertonghen hits back at De Bruyne after defeat to Morocco.

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I am psychologically destroyed. It is definitely the defeat which has hurt me the most, which left me paralyzed for 10 minutes after the match, after which I burst into tears without being able to stop. Distraught Brazil star Neymar after his teams shock exit to Croatia.

As the captain, Ill take that on the chin and that responsibility. England captain Harry Kane after a missed penalty proves crucial in a 2-1 quarter-final loss to France.

Theres nobody I would have rather had in that situation and if we had one tomorrow Id feel exactly the same way. England manager Gareth Southgate rallies to Kanes defense.

When it happens this way, it feels like watching like a horror movie. Kai Havertz after Germanys stunning first-round exit.

Im going to go home and hug my kids, maybe find a camel and go and ride in the desert for a couple of days and get my head straight. Canada coach John Herdman after his teams elimination.

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DOHA: Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe have dazzled at the World Cup in Qatar, while Morocco caught the imagination of a continent on their run to the semifinals.

But the host nation flopped badly, Germany made a swift exit and Cristiano Ronaldo discovered he was no longer an automatic pick for Portugal.

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Morocco became the first African side and the first Arab team to reach the semifinals of a World Cup. And it was no fluke.

Walid Regraguis men, ranked 22nd in the world, beat Belgium and drew with Croatia on the way to topping their group before dumping 2010 champions Spain and Portugal out of the tournament.

Roared on by tens of thousands of fans and supported across Africa and the Arab world, they came up short in the semifinals, losing 2-0 to France, but they have broken new ground.

Japan shocked Germany and Spain to top their group before losing on penalties to Croatia in the round of 16.

South Korea underlined the progress Asian football is making by beating Portugal to qualify from their group but came unstuck against Brazil in the first knockout round.

Lionel Messi and Kylian Mbappe, who will go head to head in Sundays final, have certainly lived up to their stellar billing.

The forward have five goals apiece as they vie for the Golden Boot.

Messi, 35, though lacking his former pace, has shown an uncanny knack to turn on the style at key moments, highlighted by his dazzling run to set up Julian Alvarez for the third goal against Croatia in the semifinals.

Mbappe, 23, is ready to take on his Paris Saint-Germain teammates mantle as the best player in the world, looking unstoppable at times for defending champions France.

A clutch of young players have announced themselves on footballs biggest stage in Qatar, and already look like they belong.

Manchester City forward Julian Alvarez has already scored four goals while Portugals Goncalo Ramos smashed a hat-trick in a 6-1 win against Switzerland after being brought in to replace Cristiano Ronaldo.

England pair Bukayo Saka and Jude Bellingham caught the eye along with Dutch forward Cody Gakpo, while Croatia defender Josko Gvardiol enjoyed an outstanding tournament.

Cristiano Ronaldo left the pitch in tears after Morocco ended his World Cup dream.

The superstar forward, without a club after his painful divorce from Manchester United, scored Portugals first goal of the World Cup from the penalty spot in their win against Ghana.

But he was left out of the starting line-up for their last-16 clash and watched from the sidelines as Portugal ripped Switzerland apart.

Neymar equalled Peles record haul of 77 goals for Brazil but watched in agony as his side lost to Croatia on penalties in the quarter-finals.

The Brazil great announced after his sides exit that he might have played his final match for his country, saying he was psychologically destroyed.

Qatar came into the World Cup with high hopes as reigning Asian champions but left their own party embarrassingly early.

They became only the second home team to crash out of a World Cup in the group stage after South Africa in 2010, losing all three of their matches and scoring just once.

Four-time winners Germany were also humiliated, exiting at the group stage for the second straight World Cup.

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