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Sachsenring MotoGP: Marc Marque Wins Despite Jonas Folger’s Effort

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Sachsenring MotoGP: Marc Marque Wins Despite Jonas Folger’s Effort

With another season of Sachsenring MotoGP, we have another views which makes it very interesting and “Worth To Watch” sport game. Marc Marquez has been crowned the winner at this season in the German Grand Prix which makes his second victory but, he was overworked by another hero before he can achieve the victory.

Who Overworked Marc Marquez At The Sachsenring MotoGP?

This is the question that came from those who were Racing-Sport savy. The strong hero that overworked Marc Marquez at this season is nobody than Jonas Folger who end his efforts at the second place after Marc Marquez.

Marquez was the first athlete to leave the starting point but the game suddenly changed when Jonas Folger with his Tech 3 Yahama veered and turned Marquez to his chasing cat. This goes on untill the German racer, Marquez didn’t allowed himself to be withered off but instead, he accelerated more untill he had Jonas Folger behind him.

Another error committed by Jonas Folger at Turn 1 really made Marquez to win but before he can win, Folger have to continue more and more to lead but to no avail after Marquez started accelerating vigorously with just three laps ahead of them to finish the match.

Behind the first three champions were canny vinales which picked off Dovizioso and then, Rossi took forth position with 11 laps ahead of him to go while an Alvaro Bautista which is also known as Aspar Ducati took the 6th position from Doviziodo with just eight laps ahead of him to go.

Another racer, Aleix Espargaro also passed Dovizioso to end the match at the 7th position for Aprilia, with a vapid Johann Zarco with his Tech 3 Yamaha ended at the 9th position and finally Cal Crutchlow On his LCR Honda had no Choice than to close the match at 10th position.

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FIFA Increase World Cup Prize Money To $400million

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World Cup Prize Money to $400 million

FIFA has increased the prize money for teams participating at the FIFA World Cup in Russia to $400 million. The figure is a 12% increase from the $380 million paid in 2014 in Brazil. FIFA made the announcement after its Council meeting in Kolkata, India, where the FIFA U-17 World Cup is currently taking place.

The meeting in Kolkata covered a wide array of topics including the adoption of the FIFA Transfer System for Women’s football.

The FIFA Council also ratified the decision of the Bureau of the Council of 6 September 2017 to approve the enhanced Bidding Regulations for the 2026 FIFA World Cup, and appointed the members of the Bid Evaluation Task Force.

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Bruce Arena Resigns As U.S Men’s National Team Coach

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After the USA failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, earlier this week, Bruce Arena has stepped down as head coach of the national team. Their qualifying campaign ended in a 2-1 defeat to Trinidad and Tobago on Tuesday night.

Bruce Arena in the national team’s official website:-

    “It is the greatest privilege for any coach to manage their country’s National Team, and as I leave that role today I am honored and grateful to have had that opportunity twice in my career. When I took the job last November, I knew there was a great challenge ahead, probably more than most people could appreciate. Everyone involved in the program gave everything they had for the last 11 months and, in the end, we came up short. No excuses. We didn’t get the job done, and I accept responsibility.”
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C.Ronaldo, Messi & Neymar Nominated For Best FIFA Award

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Ronaldo, Messi & Neymar all nominated for The Best FIFA award

Lionel Messi, Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo have been named as the finalists for the FIFA Best Men’s Player award in 2017.

Real Madrid star Ronaldo won the accolade last year, which was the inaugural edition of the event.

The panel to decide the Best Men’s Player included Cafu, Landon Donovan, Enzo Francescoli, Diego Maradona, Carles Puyol, Carlos Valderrama and Edwin van der Sar.

The winner will be announced at the London Palladium on October 23.

Ronaldo, also the favourite for the Ballon d’Or, has been heavily tipped to win the FIFA award again after a 2016-17 season campaign which saw him win La Liga and the Champions League with Madrid.

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