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Most of the bettors chose Pacquiao at a 6-1 ratio – six bets for Pacquiao, one for Mayweather..
Sports bettors started taking their picks as soon as the match between American boxer Mayweather and Filipino Pacquiao was announced.
Mayweather’s supporters placed their bets at a later time, with some of them saying they were still not sure about the undefeated boxer’s condition.
LAS VEGAS — Sports betting in Las Vegas reaches an all-time high as sports bettors take their pick between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr., who will face each other in what has been dubbed as the “Fight of the Century.”
Race and sports books are also expected to earn more than $100 million per night on the May 2 bout.
From 6 to 1, the odds are now at 9-5.
Meanwhile, some bettors opted for preposition betting, wherein they place their bets on the knockout by round.
A few weeks before the fight, odds were at -300 for Mayweather and +250 for Pacquiao. This meant one has to bet $300 for Mayweather to earn 100 dollars, while $100 bet for Pacquiao will earn $250.
Among the celebrities who placed their bets were rapper 50 Cent, actor Mark Wahlberg, and P-Diddy.
Odds are now at -200 for Mayweather and +180 for Pacquiao, which means a $200 bet for Mayweather will earn $100, while a $100 bet for Pacquiao will earn $180.
Considered as the most lucrative in sports history, the match is expected to have a total revenue breaching the $400 million mark — all adding up to a possible $200 million payday for Mayweather and a $100 million rainfall for Pacquiao.
Despite having a higher return, this kind of betting is more difficult as one has to predict at what round the match will end.
“This will be the largest handle we’ve ever had on a boxing match. In the state of Nevada, it will surely be the biggest ticket transaction
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Everton wasted an opportunity to take the lead when Tony Hibbert’s cross was deflected invitingly into the path of Leighton Baines inside the area, but the defender miscued a tame attempt. Correction – 56:58 Tony Hibbert has an effort at goal from just inside the box that misses to the right of the goal. Live text and data provided by The Press Association.
Everton’s former Manchester United keeper Tim Howard had kept them in contention with a succession of fine saves – and the value of his contribution was underscored in that stunning finale.
The outstanding Steven Pienaar gave Everton the lead just before half-time, but Darren Fletcher equalised within four minutes and when Nemanja Vidic and Dimitar Berbatov added further goals to put United in total command they looked assured of victory. Edwin Van der Sar restarts play with the free kick. 22:00 Shot from 18 yards by Tim Cahill. Corner taken right-footed by Ryan Giggs. 46:59 The assist for the goal came from Luis Nani.
Phelan ‘stunned & annoyed’ by Everton fightback.
And again, while Everton showed great promise in possession, there was a lack of cutting edge that meant too often their approach work came to nothing in the opening stages.
Scholes’ pass dropped perfectly behind the struggling Sylvain Distin for Berbatov to control instantly before he demonstrated great confidence to steer a finish past Howard. Direct free kick taken by Tony Hibbert. 41:50 The assistant referee signals for offside against Dimitar Berbatov. 56:58 Tony Hibbert produces a right-footed shot from the edge of the box and misses to the right of the goal. Mikel Arteta produces a shot on goal direct from the free kick, blocked by Patrice Evra. 37:24 Mikel Arteta fouled by Jonathan Evans, the ref awards a free kick.
Draw feels like a win – Arteta
Cahill headed home a cross from Baines to give Goodison hope, and the Australian then headed another cross from the defender into the path of Arteta, who scored via a deflection off Scholes. 41:00 The referee blows for offside against Dimitar Berbatov. 9:38 Mikel Arteta takes a shot. 58:35 Luis Nani concedes a free kick for a foul on Leighton Baines. Everton 3-3 Man Utd.
Moyes attempted to cure Everton’s lack of goals this season by using Cahill in the unfamiliar role of striker, supported by the giant figure of Marouane Fellaini. 3:58 Tim Cahill concedes a free kick for a foul on Jonathan Evans. Free kick taken by Edwin Van der Sar. Sylvain Distin takes the free kick. Leighton Baines restarts play with the free kick. 19:16 Foul by Ryan Giggs on Leon Osman, free kick awarded. 50:36 Booking Johnny Heitinga booked. 65:35 GOAL – Dimitar Berbatov:Everton 1 – 3 Man Utd Dimitar Berbatov gets on the score sheet with a goal from just outside the area to the top left corner of the goal. 88:52 Free kick awarded for a foul by Ayegbeni Yakubu on Jonathan Evans. Full Time 90:00+3:33 Phil Jagielka takes a shot. Free kick taken by Mikel Arteta. Gary Neville takes the indirect free kick. 67:49 Leon Osman has an effort at goal. 4:41 Unfair challenge on Steven Pienaar by Gary Neville results in a free kick. Darren Fletcher takes a shot. Free kick taken by Leon Osman.
Comeback epitomises Everton character – Moyes
Howard then came to Everton’s rescue twice in swift succession with outstanding saves, first with his legs from Paul Scholes’ deflected effort and then a fine one-handed stop from Ryan Giggs as he looked poised to score. 36:56 Ryan Giggs fouled by Mikel Arteta, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by Phil Jagielka. Free kick taken by Tim Howard. 68:11 Substitution Tony Hibbert leaves the field to be replaced by Seamus Coleman. Corner taken by Luis Nani played to the near post, Leon Osman manages to make a clearance. United were left shell-shocked, and Everton boss David Moyes even ran on to remonstrate with referee Martin Atkinson at the end after he blew his whistle with Phil Jagielka closing in on goal, presumably claiming there was more time to play. 38:41 GOAL – Steven Pienaar:Everton 1 – 0 Man Utd Goal scored by Steven Pienaar from inside the penalty box to the bottom left corner of the goal. 67:16 Corner taken right-footed by Mikel Arteta, clearance by John O’Shea. 53:42 Foul by Patrice Evra on Leon Osman, free kick awarded. 16:24 Ryan Giggs is flagged offside by the assistant referee.
And Nani was the creator again as United took the lead two minutes after half-time, once more producing the perfect delivery for Vidic to steer a downward header beyond Howard. 8:37 Foul by Paul Scholes on Leon Osman, free kick awarded. 46:20 Dimitar Berbatov takes a shot. 45:00 The players leave the pitch at half time. 26:03 Marouane Fellaini produces a left-footed shot from outside the penalty area and misses left. Save made by Edwin Van der Sar. 45:01 The referee blows his whistle to start the second half.
By Phil McNulty
Chief football writer at Goodison Park
Everton staged a stunning comeback to score twice in injury-time to deprive Manchester United of victory after Sir Alex Ferguson dropped Wayne Rooney for his return to Goodison Park.
This enthralling encounter looked to be moving towards an inevitable conclusion until that dramatic late Everton surge earned a point. 50:36 Free kick taken by Gary Neville. 49:01 Inswinging corner taken right-footed by Mikel Arteta, clearance by Nemanja Vidic. Inswinging corner taken by Ryan Giggs, Tony Hibbert manages to make a clearance. 44:00 Booking Ryan Giggs receives a yellow card. Patrice Evra’s error allowed Arteta to break clear, and even though Edwin van der Sar saved his effort, Leon Osman had the presence of mind to set up Pienaar from the rebound for a comfortable finish. Everton 2-3 Man Utd. 36:03 Nemanja Vidic challenges Marouane Fellaini unfairly and gives away a free kick. 70:20 Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Seamus Coleman by Patrice Evra. 42:50 GOAL – Darren Fletcher:Everton 1 – 1 Man Utd Darren Fletcher grabs a goal from close in to the bottom left corner of the goal. 21:32 Unfair challenge on Mikel Arteta by Paul Scholes results in a free kick. Blocked by Nemanja Vidic. John O’Shea gets a block in. Edwin Van der Sar takes the free kick. 80:06 Substitution (Man Utd) makes a substitution, with Ji-Sung Park coming on for Patrice Evra. 90:00 The referee blows his whistle to end the game. Free kick crossed by Mikel Arteta, Dimitar Berbatov manages to make a clearance. Save by Edwin Van der Sar. 81:48 Paul Scholes gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Ayegbeni Yakubu. Save by Tim Howard.
Everton’s lead lasted only four minutes as United hit back in style as Fletcher timed his run perfectly to steer home Nani’s brilliant cross. Leon Osman takes the free kick. 11:45 Leon Osman challenges Edwin Van der Sar unfairly and gives away a free kick. 90:00+1:55 GOAL – Mikel Arteta:Everton 3 – 3 Man Utd Mikel Arteta grabs a goal from inside the area to the bottom left corner of the goal. Free kick taken by Phil Jagielka. 79:06 Corner taken right-footed by Mikel Arteta to the near post, Dimitar Berbatov manages to make a clearance. Tim Howard takes the free kick. Jonathan Evans gets a block in. 90:00+3:13 Luis Nani takes a inswinging corner. 43:56 Unfair challenge on Tony Hibbert by Ryan Giggs results in a free kick. 50:26 Gary Neville fouled by Johnny Heitinga, the ref awards a free kick. Shot by Paul Scholes from 25 yards. Marouane Fellaini takes the free kick. 62:25 Free kick awarded for a foul by Patrice Evra on Leon Osman.
Saturday, 11 September 2010
Home Team Score Away Team Time Everton 3-3 Man Utd FT (HT 1-1) Pienaar 39 Cahill 90+1 Arteta 90+2 Fletcher 43 Vidic 47 Berbatov 66 Final Result 96:32 The ref blows the whistle to begin the match. Save by Tim Howard. 68:56 The official flags Leighton Baines offside.
Ferguson will be left to rue United’s failure to emphasise their superiority in the second half – and perhaps the fact that Rooney was not able to influence affairs.
Everton made the early running as United adjusted to the absence of Rooney – but it was still Ferguson’s side that carved out the better chances in a pulsating first 45 minutes. 63:36 Luis Nani takes a shot from 25 yards.
Rooney did not even travel with the United squad after a week of allegations about his private life, but for so long it did not look as if Ferguson’s decision would prove costly.
Everton, who had looked neat in possession without having a cutting edge, found a foothold in the game with Tim Cahill’s header and, with United suddenly rocking, Mikel Arteta fired home a deflected equaliser to spark wild scenes of celebration. Direct free kick taken by Mikel Arteta. Free kick taken by Nemanja Vidic. 41:49 The assistant referee signals for offside against Dimitar Berbatov. Free kick taken by Mikel Arteta. Edwin Van der Sar restarts play with the free kick. Indirect free kick taken by Phil Jagielka. Paul Scholes takes the direct free kick. 84:43 Luis Nani has an effort from just inside the box that misses to the left of the target. 44:57 Unfair challenge on Luis Nani by Steven Pienaar results in a free kick. Johnny Heitinga takes the direct free kick. Save by Edwin Van der Sar. 82:42 Corner taken by Mikel Arteta. 88:00 Tim Cahill gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Paul Scholes. 59:01 Tim Cahill is caught offside. 10:11 Steven Pienaar takes a shot. Everton 3-3 Man Utd. 82:23 Phil Jagielka takes a shot.
John O’Shea almost broke the deadlock in spectacular fashion after 15 minutes with a rising drive that beat Howard but glanced off the outside of the post.
After Howard was again forced to save from Nani, United produced a masterpiece of technique to add the third after 66 minutes.
He’s been forced wide of late, but with Neymar out he may return to the centre.
Gooner, if Liverpool can get £75m for a duplicitous 27 year old who has missed/will miss almost an entire season through suspension for racial abuse and biting, then I think they’ve done very well indeed. But, honestly, if they can’t take £75m and add something to that team, they need a good talking-to.
Lovren would be a fine buy for Liverpool, and they need options – but I agree that the money could be better spent elsewhere.
I don’t believe so, Brush. It’s time to cut loose. No pressure…
Gooner, Liverpool may have issues whatever happens.
Dino, I think that’s a good point. A 400% profit and all those goals is a decent return.
Bashel, my friend got sent out of English class at school so much that one day our teacher ordered him out at the start of the lesson, using the reasonsing that she’d have to do it at some point anyway – maybe the same could be done with Fernandinho?
Faisal, you’ll find him in the Brazil starting XI…
I think Mertesacker would have been a good choice given that Brazil don’t have Neymar’s pace, but Low knows what he’s doing.
As if we need a reminder of what’s at stake… But I think Scolari is looking for more invention and flair, hence Bernard.
15 minutes till kick-off…
. Hulk actually looked more Hulk than Bruce Banner against Colombia
I think Hummels will pop up with a header for a goal at some point.
It’s worth keeping an eye on Oscar from the start. The advancing country today is the first to reach eight World Cup Finals. Raised expectations, players with inflated egos, a renewed Manchester United
Henry said the brave performance of his team mates in Wednesday’s 2-1 defeat by Barcelona in Paris, when they played most of the match with 10 men after goalkeeper Jens Lehmann was sent off, had helped to make up his mind to stay. One of the most coveted strikers in the world, Henry has kept Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger and fans on tenterhooks this season by refusing to say whether he would stay at the club. “After we lost on Wednesday, I went over to our fans and clapped them and they clapped me. He was named English Football Writers’ player of the year last month, the third time he has won the award. (Adds news conference called) LONDON, May 19 – Arsenal captain Thierry Henry said on Friday he had decided to stay at the club following their Champions League final defeat by Barcelona. “Everything was up in the air for a very long time. “Don’t get me wrong, I love Barcelona. “My team showed me I didn’t have to leave. I couldn’t leave the fans, they’re like family.” Henry hopes to sign a four-year deal, the newspaper said. Arsenal declined to comment but the club has called a news conference for 1300 GMT on Friday. They showed me they had heart,” he added. The 28-year-old France striker, who has been linked with a move to the Spanish side, told The Sun newspaper: “I hope to stay as long as I can keep running. He joined Arsenal from Juventus in 1999 and scored his 200th goal for the London club last season, making him their all-time leading scorer. But at the end of the day, the team raised their game. He scored 27 Premier League goals to again finish as the competition’s top scorer. “I hope to finalise all the details today.” If Henry does re-sign it will be a huge boost to the club ahead of their move to their new, larger Emirates stadium next season.
. But on Wednesday night, Arsenal showed me they had heart
Gary Speed was one of the nicest men in football and someone I am honoured to call a team-mate and friend. Today the world has lost a great football manager but even more sadly a great man – AARON RAMSEY
Tribute: Manchester United veteran Ryan Giggs played with Speed for Wales and against him in the Premier League
Updated: 19:03 EST, 27 November 2011
I am totally devastated. We waved at each other a couple of days ago dropping our kids off at school. A son, a father and a husband. Words cannot begin to describe how sad I feel at hearing this awful news. A hero – DAVID OLEARY
One of the best: Speed made friends wherever he played during his long career
Gary was a great friend, the ultimate professional and will be sorely missed by everyone – STEVE HARPER
Top player whose seamless move into management tells us everything you need to know about him – ALAN PARDEW
My first PL game was against him, he showed me in that game what British football is about – XABI ALONSO
The world has lost a great man. Why! Why! Why! Ill miss him so much – ROBBIE SAVAGE
So sad to lose someone so special to football, friends, fans, family. A sad day – SIMON GRAYSON
Great footballer, my condolences and sympathies to his family – ROBIN van PERSIE
Stunned: Tributes have flooded in from former team-mates for Speed
Bright future: Wales had jumped up the world rankings under Speed
People are just stunned. I can’t believe what’s happened – DEAN SAUNDERS
I am devastated. Heartbroken – JOHN HARTSON
Manchester United midfielder Ryan Giggs led the tributes to his former Wales team-mate Gary Speed, who has died at the age of 42.
United front: Speed made his name in football at Leeds in the 1990s
Champion: Speed (front of bus, second right) won the First Division title in 1992
Tragic. Rest in Peace mate – TIM CAHILL
I am totally devastated. It goes without saying my thoughts are with his family at this tremendously sad time – RYAN GIGGS
We signed on the same day and played in the same youth team. A good friend. My first day at Leeds he went out of his way to look after me and help me settle in. Ill miss you Speedo. He always had time for the young lads and helped them feel good about themselves – STEVEN TAYLOR
. We cuddled each other – BOBBY GOULD
Pride of Wales: Chris Coleman, Gary Speed and Dean Saunders watch Ryan Giggs train in 1995
Sadly missed: Speed’s playing days ended at Sheffield United before taking up the managerial role with Wales
Overwhelmed: Former Newcaslte team-mate Shay Given was in tears ahead of kick-off in the game between Swansea and Aston Villa (below)
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The reaction from all football fans has been the same – shock and sadness – SHEFF UTD FANS ALLIANCE
We have lost our manager, leader and an extremely great person whos inspired us all in the last year – ROBERT EARNSHAW
He is a legend in football and what he achieved with Bolton Wanderers was fantastic – KEVIN DAVIES
He had that aura about him. I am numb – MICHAEL OWEN
He was so fit – he was one of those players who would stay behind all day in training. I spoke to him on Saturday morning. I saw John Hartson earlier and I said “have you heard about Gary?” The big man just cried and cried
My baby, your baby, everybody’s baby could be the next Mike. The community as a whole is just tired of being harassed by the police. And making him accountable for his actions. Louis, Missouri, in 2014. Just marching and they tear gas you. There was more people in Iraq in 2010 than in St. You are subject to arrest. I’m here because I feel like the constitution doesn’t have this. ? Reporter: Including rapper j-cole who released his emotions through song, a poignant tribute to brown called “Be free.” ? ? all I want to do is break the chains off ? ? all I want to do is be free all I want to do is be free ? Reporter: He says he’s not here as a celebrity. Behind us is the result of looting last Sunday where a bunch of people were angry and upset and decided to just raid the store and then they set it on fire. Reporter: Why can’t you? Because looters do stupid stuff like blow up a gas station. Been shot at every night by the cops. Here supporters have built a makeshift memorial. What happens if something like that explodes? Reporter: Sherry says this day was bound to come. Signs calling for justice. You know, so everybody was watching. Why are you wearing a Banda bandana? Tear gas. Nobody wanted them to plant something on the young man to try to justify why they shot him. How can peace be restored? With justice. ABC news correspondent Alex Peres and “Nightline” producer Chris James spent 48 hours out on the streets with both police and protesters and here’s what they saw. In a town where 68% of the population is black, there are only three black police officers. We followed haiku as he picked up a friend fresh from the standoff with police forces. Reporter: She thinks the police have failed in their heavy-handed approach and have created more violence than they have stopped. Reporter: Sherry and Melo live across the street. Reporter: Changing perception won’t come easily. They covered him up after a while. Because we’ve been done unfair. Really like, you know, the last battle. Haiku is one of the most active on social media. Let the police know that we want justice for this trial. Gas. This is Crazy. Just kind of ran for the lights. Reporter: State senator maria chappelle-nadal knows what it feels like. I won’t be able to see what I’m doing. I won’t be able to see. We grieve with each other, hug each other, slap hands. A hand made tomb stone. They say they’re here fighting for their freedom. Reporter: And the protesters. Man. It was scary. Arresting this man. For them to see somebody lying on the street, you know, they got questions. It was an awful experience. Above all, love. Reporter: Midnight in Ferguson. He takes us to the spot where brown was shot down. Reporter: These protests have spread globally. You are violating the state-imposed curfew! Reporter: Armed to the teeth. And what is justice to you? Being fair. I don’t care if he killed somebody, you don’t kill a man like that. It’s still a struggle, it’s insane. Reporter: But reports of shooting have both police and civilians have led to a large police presence. Reporter: Their frustration led them to the streets and to social media where an explosion of tweets thrust the case to national attention. Reporter: Justice they say for 18-year-old Michael brown, the unarmed teenager fatally shot six times, twice in the head, by Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson. This is just like — this is it. We do that all the time. They’re led by the charismatic captain Ron Johnson, a native of Ferguson. You know. Reporter: He feels it’s his duty. We’ll give you an extra look at what it’s really like on the front lines in Ferguson. Louis suburb, tensions with police have long run high. I’m saying that we ask for equality. An entire city bracing for lockdown. He has not been charged with any wrongdoing. A rapper, his real name is Brian L Lowman, and he made a name for himself. Louis, Ferguson is one of her districts. Team struggling to maintain order — I want everybody behind the vehicles, they’re lighting cocktails right now. I was subjected to tear gas two of three days. You must leave immediately! Reporter: On the other side, police in full force. Everybody’s standing up. It’s not going to do anything but help me breathe. They’ve already shot people standing next to me. They executed that young man. They want to know right now, because our kids are not home, why they can’t come home. But this morning Michael brown’s mother told our robin Roberts she wants charges brought. As soon as the sun goes down, man, it’s like a third world country that’s fighting for liberation once again. Reporter: When tensions flared they sent their son and daughter too stay with grandparents out of safety concerns. We can’t allow them to come home. Over the past two days these streets looked like war Zones. This group of people represent the victims. For the protesters, it isn’t just about the right to free speech and assembly. No matter what he was or what he did. Reporter: The hopelessness she feels echoed by so many black Americans across this country. Thankful to be here to protect you. Shots fired, a man got hit in the stomach twice — Reporter: By documenting all the injustices he says he has seen. Reporter: For “Nightline” I’m Alex Peres, Ferguson, Missouri. Riot scenes play over and over like bad dreams. It burns. Reporter: Protesters gearing up for another night in his hometown, a city under siege. Tonight the National Guard has taken control of Ferguson, Missouri, a city so torn, so tense, it is now essentially militarized. The Missouri state patrol has been on watch for days. His approach is a stark contrast from the Ferguson police. You’ our cameras had access to both sides of the front. Reporter: Born and raised in St. Thanks to Alex Peres and
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Transcript for Ferguson, Missouri: Inside an American City Under Siege. With the S.W.A.T. She’s at the quick trip gas station which has become a symbol of the movement. He’s just been tear gassed. A lot of intimidation by police officers. When you hear that from the community what are your thoughts? Allow the cameras. In the past week he’s gone from having 300 instagram followers to more than 7,500. It basically is going to boil down to the police who are being excessive and they don’t care about me because they’ve already gassed me. Reporter: Her goal tonight is to keep things peaceful in a town where peace seems a long and distant hope. Prepared to do what it takes to enforce a state-mandated curfew. I’m staying with the people. Reporter: But he’s hunkering down for a fight. I was scared. Hurt my nose, my throat. So if it comes down to choosing sides I’m choosing the people. Reporter: He’s determined to change public perceptions. Because it really is like that. In this St. Look at how he died. “Nightline” producer Chris James is there on the front lines as shots ring out and tear gas rips through the air. I couldn’t really think straight. Tonight as the National Guard takes their position, haiku says until there’s an arrest, quiet will come no time soon. This is the last — this is the straw that broke the camel’s back, this is it. Because any one them could have been Michael brown depending on the day and time. They don’t want to take any more. They left his body out close to five hours. In its entirety
year’s game, it will be a great occasion.”
“Thierry Henry scored when Barca beat us 1-0 last season and I
was lucky to get his jersey.
Byline: By Euan McArthur
NOEL HUNT put his shirt on Spain to win Euro 2008 and he can’t
wait to thank Andres Iniesta for swelling his bank balance.
. “My brother and I had money on them from the very start and I
think we got 16-1 so I’ll have to thank the Barcelona boys when
they come to Tannadice.
Barca are understood to be lining up a megabucks swoop for Valencia
and Spain hitman David Villa and Hunt added: “They’re not
exactly stuck for cash so they could sign whoever they want. It will be
interesting to see who they bring in between now and the game.
PUT YOUR SHIRT ON IT: Noel Hunt, Danny Swanson and United boss
Craig Levein reckon the clash with Barca will be strictly top drawer
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“This time I will just have to wait and see who’s playing
before I go for it.”
Iniesta and his Barcelona team-mates face Dundee United in a
glamour friendly at Tannadice on July 26 and last night Hunt vowed to
seek out the Spanish superstar.
The Arabs frontman said: “I was in Spain when they won through
to the semi-finals and it was crazy because the locals were celebrating
in the street.
“Iniesta did really well for them and he’ll get a
handshake as soon as I see him.
Cristiano Ronaldo 2014: Football Star Hits 400th Career Goal in Real Madrid’s 3-0 Win over Celta Vigo
Cristiano Ronaldo, who claimed the 2013 Ballon dOr Award for the second time as a professional, was recently named the richest footballer in the Goal Rich List 2014 with an estimated wealth of 148 million. The news came just 74 days before the world’s most watched sporting event kicked off in Brazil. But the Real Madrid star has the last laugh when another passenger appears and asks him for a photo, handing his phone to Pele to do the honours. (Photo credit: Denis Doyle/Getty Images Europe)” height=”344″ src=”http://i1.ezinemark.com/imagemanager2/files/30003665/2014/03/2014-03-31-14-13-46-2-cristiano-ronaldo-was-named-as-the-latest-global-a.jpeg” width=”480″ />
Related articles:. At the start of the new advert, Cristiano Ronaldo is reading a magazine article and he is delighted when two passengers whisper about how great he is. The Brazil legend obliges and CR7 concludes the series of events with a cheeky wink.
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The former Manchester United star celebrated after scoring his team’s opening goal during the La Liga match between Real Madrid CF and Rayo Vallecano de Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu stadium. Cristiano Ronaldo starred in Emirates Airlines latest television advert alongside Brazil legend Pele, who was announced as the first global ambassador for the Dubai-based company in January 2014.
Cristiano Ronaldos new advert for Emirates Airline would air in the run-up to the World Cup finals in Brazil. The Ballon d’Or holder joined three-time World Cup winner Pele, who was named as the first global ambassador for the Dubai-based airline since the 2006 competition in Germany. The two football idols worked together to star in the new Emirates promotional video for this forthcoming FIFA World Cup. The 73-year-old Brazilian star laughs at Cristiano Ronaldo. (Photo credit: Denis Doyle/Getty Images Europe)
Cristiano Ronaldo was named as the latest global ambassador for Emirates Airline on friday (March 28, 2014). However, the Portugal captains mood darkens as he realizes the man the duo are talking about is actually Pele, who appears next to him. (Photo credit: Denis Doyle/Getty Images Europe)” height=”541″ src=”http://i1.ezinemark.com/imagemanager2/files/30003665/2014/03/2014-03-31-14-13-46-3-the-former-manchester-united-star-celebrated-after.jpeg” width=”400″ />
Cristiano Ronaldo was officially announced as the newest global ambassador for Emirates Airline on Friday (March 28, 2014). (Photo credit: Denis Doyle/Getty Images Europe)
Cristiano Ronaldo 2014: Real Madrid Star Heavily Criticises the Referee After the Clubs 4-3 Defeat by Barcelona
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers states that he and his side have a clear game plan to get a result against Arsenal. But I met Sanchez’s agent in Brazil at the World Cup, I had a few meetings with them, and I could see [there was an interest in Arsenal].
Wenger added that he will continue to look for stars such as Sanchez, who decided to leave Barca in search of regular first-team football — a decision Pedro also took this week by departing the Camp Nou for Chelsea.
“Sanchez and Suarez are at the same level,” he told reporters. He has that explosive attitude linked with his spirit and that makes him even more spectacular.”
Arsene Wenger has compared Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez to Barcelona forward Luis Suarez.
Wenger admits that he feared Liverpool would land Sanchez in an exchange deal involving Suarez — who went on to win the Treble with Barca last season — and feels fortunate that the Copa America winner was even available to sign from the Blaugrana.. “I was surprised that [Alexis] came on the market,” he added. In his final finishing there is room for improvement, in his final ball he is already much better, his vision is quite good and incisive.”
ESPN FC’s Alison Bender gives some key updates on Arsenal and their transfers ahead of their clash with Liverpool. He does not go across, he goes straight. His desire to go forward, to provoke opponents, to run at people, creates danger.
“What Sanchez has is that, in the first two yards, he is lightning-quick. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says the transfer window should close before the season starts, in the wake of big transfers by Manchester City and Chelsea this week. ESPN FC’s Gab Marcotti insists that Arsenal look more cohesive ahead of their tie with Liverpool and the crew react to Arsene Wenger’s comments regarding the transfer window. “Suarez is a central striker and Sanchez is more a wide player who likes to go up and down and is involved in dribbling, but they have similarities.
“And he plays to win in every single game. I have had players like that before, players who want to win so much, but he has the style as well.
“So after a year or two of them not playing, you can get a good deal. “Sometimes there are so many big players in the other big, big clubs who are good but do not play.
Wenger missed out on Suarez in 2013 after seeing Liverpool reject a bid — 1 over the Anfield club’s reported 40m asking price — but the Gunners boss believes he got a good deal for “spectacular” Chile international Sanchez.
“He is already better than he was when he arrived. Sanchez is a case.
Arsene Wenger believes Alexis Sanchez and Luis Suarez are of a similar quality, and says Arsenal will continue to target players who are looking to leave elite clubs such as Barcelona and Real Madrid.
“At the start, when I saw Suarez went to Barcelona, I thought that is the obvious deal, one going one way and the other, the other way,” he continued. Arjen Robben is another — he was at Real Madrid, let’s not forget.”
Sanchez, 26, left Barcelona for Arsenal in a 35 million deal on July 10 last summer, with the Spanish giants going on to sign Suarez from Liverpool for 75m a day later.
“Sanchez has that desire to go forward and provoke, he is a guy who provokes chaos in the defences because he has a go at them. “So I had not much hope. Pedro is another case