Indian Football Updates:
Women’s grassroots leader course in Srinagar: A Women’s greassroots leaders course under the FIFA Live Your Goals Programme was conducted by the AIFF between November 24 to November 26 at Srinagar.
I-League; Young Arrows trounce Chennai City 3-0: Indian arrows registered a headline grabbing victory over Chennai city FC with a 3-0 win in their I-League encounter at the GMC Bambolim Athletic stadium on Wednesday.
ISL 2017; Pune city defeat Mumbai 2-1: FC Pune City used their South American conection to good effect to come from behind and edge Mumbai city 2-1 in their first ‘Maha’ derby of Hero ISL 2017-18 at Shree Chhatrapati sports Complex.
ISL 2017; today’s fixture: FC Goa host Bengaluru FC in their first home fixture of hero ISL 2017-18 at the Jawahar Lal Nehru stadium in Goa on Thursday.
Bengaluru FC to meet Transport United FC in AFC Qualifier: Bengaluru FC will face Bhutanese football club Transport United FC in a two-legged AFC cup South Asian Zone Preliminary round qualifier.
World Football Updates:
World Cup 2018; countdown to heat up after Kremlin draw: Given Russia has spent much of the past year denying controversial involvement in political elections it is unlikely anyone involved in organizing 2018 World Cup will be unsettled by possible corruption at Friday’s draw.
Premier League; Arsenal, Liverpool crush their opponents: Arsenal trounced Huddesfield 5-0 at the emirates in 12th straight victory and Liverpool came out with flying colours on a cold night at Stoke winning 0-3.
Premier League; City snatch late win while Chelsea notch crucial points: Manchester City left it pretty late after Sterling won the game for them in second half stoppage time while Antonio Rudiger’s first goal for Chelsea handed them win against Swansea.
Conte apologises to officials after being sent off in Chelsea win: Chelsea coach issued an apology to referee Neil Swabrick and Lee Mason after he was sent off following an outburst.
Rooney says West Ham strike could be his best goal ever: Everton captain Wayne Rooney said his third goal against West Ham could be possibly be the best he has ever scored, Rooney said after he sealed his hat-trick with an effort from inside his own half.