Mont-de-Marsan brings down Vannes, Rouen sweeps Montauban

Mont-de-Marsan brings down Vannes, Rouen sweeps Montauban

The big hit of this 13th day is to be credited to Mont-de-Marsan. The Montois went to win (12-17) this Friday on the lawn of Vannes, 4th in Pro D2 at kick-off and undefeated at home until then. Aurillac managed to defend his stronghold where he remains undefeated (6 wins in 6 matches) by winning against Colomiers (15-10) at the...

Breel Embolo (Switzerland), after qualifying in the round of 16: “We had to calm the stadium down”

Breel Embolo (Switzerland), after qualifying in the round of 16: “We had to calm the stadium down”

“How do you get out of this success that qualifies you?With positive emotions. It was a tough game. I get the first chance after ten minutes and I have to score it. I waited for the guard to come forward. Congratulations to the team. I’m happy for Shaq (Shaqiri) which achieves a great performance. And Djibi (Sow) too. We conceded...

Montpellier wins and puts pressure on Paris-SG

Montpellier wins and puts pressure on Paris-SG

Montpellier continue to hold their own against PSG at the top of the LiquiMoly StarLigue. Thanks to the slap inflicted on Dunkirk (43-28), the Héraultais have an 11th consecutive victory in the Championship. Carried by a great Kyllian Villeminot (11 goals) and a good performance from their goalkeeper Charles Bolzinger (14 saves), the Montpellier players, however, without their serial marker...

John Stones (England) sees Belgium exit as ‘motivation’

John Stones (England) sees Belgium exit as ‘motivation’

Two days before the round of 16 of the England-Senegal World Cup, the defender of the Three Lions John Stones went to a press conference this Friday. On this occasion, the Citizen was asked about the surprise elimination of Belgium in the first roundintervened the day before, which he considers as a call to order: “It’s always difficult when you...

Danish cheat sheet benefits Australia, through to round of 16

Danish cheat sheet benefits Australia, through to round of 16

The scene first went unnoticed, in the 70th minute of the decisive match between Australia and Denmark (1-0, November 30). It has caused a stir since the broadcast of images from an isolated camera showing Mitchell Duke, the Australian striker, picking up a piece of paper lost in the central circle by a Dane before immediately running to the edge...