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FIFA U-17 Womens World Cup To Be Held In India In Oct 22: FIFA

  • May 21, 2021
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FIFA on Thursday affirmed the dates for the FIFA Women's U17 World Cup to be held in India in 2022. The administering group of global football said the competition will be held from October 11 to 30.India had the facilitating rights for the 2020 FIFA U17 Women's World Cup however the competition was deferred because of Covid-19. The release which was planned to be held in 2021 was dropped and FIFA granted the facilitating rights to India in 2022. Quite, India had facilitated the FIFA U17 World Cup in 2017 across 6 urban communities, including Kolkata, Kochi, and New Delhi.Meeting by video gathering just before the 71st FIFA Congress, the FIFA Council additionally endorsed the dates for the Women's World Cup in 2023. The competition will be held from July 20 to August 20 in Australia and New Zealand. The end of the season games will be held from 17 to 23 February 2023.It additionally supported the dates for FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup Costa Rica 2022 (10-28 August 2022), just as a 14-joint effort off for the FIFA Arab Cup 2021, occurring somewhere in the range of 19 and 25 June this year.Also, the Council supported the foundation of separate FIFA auxiliaries to deal with the association of the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023 in Australia and New Zealand and the FIFA World Cup 2026 in Canada, Mexico, and the USA.Also Read: FIFA Club World Cup 2020-21: Teams, fixtures, dates & where will it take place

Man United

Villarreal Edge Manchester United In Epic Penalty Shootout To Win Maiden Europa League Title

  • May 27, 2021
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Villarreal beat Manchester United 11-10 on penalties to win their first major title after tying 1-1 in the Europa League final when goalkeeper David De Gea missed the decisive shot with a superb penalty shootout. Gerrard Moreno put Villarreal ahead in the 29th minute of the Spanish club's first European final, but Edinson Cavani equalized early in the second half before Unai Emery's side won with a penalty kick, prolonging the drought. Injured Eric Bailey replaced Harry Maguire at the center of defense, and the United captain was surprisingly among the substitutes despite suffering an ankle ligament injury two weeks ago.De Gea started to lead ahead of Dean Henderson on goal, while Paul Pogba played a more traditional role in midfield as Fred was deemed fit enough to have a seat on the bench.An early collision between Juan Foyth and Pogba caused a bloodshot injury to the former Tottenham defender, but both sides were slow to press ahead on a cold, wet night on the Baltic coast.Rapona's brilliant cross by Carlos Bacca created an opportunity for Pau Torres, the center back with a linked summer pass to Man United, while Marcus Rashford Jeronimo Rulli tested with immersion effort from a distance.Jeremy Pino, who broke Iker Casillas' record as the youngest Spanish player to start a major European final, at 18 years and 218 days, veered against him, but Villarreal quickly got ahead of him.Danny Parejo hit a free-kick from the left flank and Moreno ran away from Luke Shaw and Victor Lindelof, bypassing De Gea while the Swede tightened his shirt tight.Moreno equalized the 82nd goal in Villarreal, the club's record for ex-Manchester United striker Giuseppe Rossi.But it also sparked a reaction from United, as fighter Scott McTominay saw his shot derailed before Mason Greenwood stormed the area and sent a powerful cross that Raul Albiol almost hit his net.Another free-kick from Parejo caused panic in the United area just after the break, with Mano Trejoeros sending a cross into the goal before clearing the ball with Moreno and Carlos Bacca in dangerously lurking.Maybe Alfonso Pedraza was lucky because no further action was taken when he appeared to be hunting Greenwood in the Villarreal area, even though United took advantage of a stroke of luck.And a header fell from a corner kick in front of Rashford, whose air volley slipped through Cavani went into the net with Rowley unable to recover after anticipating the first shot.It was Uruguay's sixth goal in the competition this season, and all of that in their last four matches, one that gave United the momentum.Bruno Fernandez hit the ball wide while Cavani tried unsuccessfully to quickly reset the ball, then the striker headed straight for Torres with a missed shot from Shaw.United continued to control the ball as Villarreal absorbed the pressure, but the Spaniards remained a threat as Torres gathered at the end of organizational time.Alberto Moreno cut wide as United got tired, prompting Solskjaer to make his first changeover 100 minutes later when Fred replaced Greenwood.The first 21 penalties were converted successfully before Rolle refused De Gea's bid as United lost for the sixth time in seven sets, giving Emery their fourth European League title.Also read: FIFA Club World Cup 2020-21: Teams, fixtures, dates & where will it take place                 FIFA U-17 Womens World Cup To Be Held In India In Oct 22: FIFA

FIFA World cup

Ten Man India Lose 0-1 To Qatar In FIFA World Cup Qualifying Round Match

  • Jun 04, 2021
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India made up of 10 players, defended credibly as they lost 1-0 to Asian champions Qatar in the World Cup qualifying round match here on Thursday.Abdel Aziz scored in the 33rd minute in a match completely dominated by the Qataris. The two teams played a goalless draw in the first leg here in September 2019.Group leaders Qatar, who has not lost a match so far, has seen waves of attacks with eight to nine players in the Indian half most of the time. Goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu had to save a series of balls to keep the margin of loss small.But India played with ten men from the 17th minute onwards after defender Rahul Pique was sent off after a second booking. He had previously received a yellow card in the ninth minute.India had two good matches in their counterattack match with Manveer Singh in the midst of everything both times.India captain Sunil Chhetri, who returned to the team after recovering from the COVID-19 infection, was replaced by Udanta Singh at the start of the second half.India, which has not achieved any victory, remained in fourth place in Group E with three points from six matches.Igor Stimak's men are two points behind Afghanistan (third by five), who drew 1-1 with Bangladesh earlier in the day.India will play Bangladesh on June 7 in their next match.Also Read: World Test Championship Will Be Played On "Equal Terms": Virat Kohli

Football

Football (Soccer) Rules & Regulations- Pitch High

  • Jun 07, 2021
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Football (soccer) is one of the oldest sports in the world, however; It is also one of the most famous. The pinnacle of international play comes in the form of the FIFA World Cup. There are also tournaments such as the European Championship, America's Cup, and the African Cup of Nations. At the national level, the strongest leagues come from England (Premier League), Spain (La Liga), Italy (Serie A), and Germany (Bundesliga). The sport is also known as soccer in some parts of the world.The objective of the gameThe goal of soccer is to score more goals than your opponent in a 90-minute period of play. The game is divided into two halves of 45 minutes each. After the first 45 minutes, players will take a 15-minute rest period called the first half. The 45-second minutes will be resumed and the time the referee deems appropriate to add (over time) will be the corresponding time.Players and equipmentEach team consists of 11 players. They are made up of a goalkeeper and ten field players. The dimensions of the field vary from field to field, but it is about 120 yards long and 75 yards wide. On each field, you will have a 6-yard square next to the mouth of the goalie, an 18-yard square surrounding a 6-yard square, and a center circle. Each half of the field should be a mirror image of the other in terms of dimensions.Basically, the equipment you need for a soccer match is a soccer field and a soccer field. Additionally, you can find players wearing matching studded soccer boots, shin guards, and belts. Goalkeepers will also wear padded gloves, as they are the only players authorized to catch the ball. Each team will have a designated leader.ScoringTo score, the ball must enter your opponent's goal. The entire ball must be at stake in order to be a legitimate target. The target can be scored with any part of the body except the hand or arm up to the shoulder. The target itself consists of a tire that is 8 feet high and 8 yards wide.Winning the gameTo win, you have to score more goals than your opponents. If the results are equal after 90 minutes, the match will end in a draw, with the exception of cup matches, where the game can go into extra time and even penalties to determine the winner. Players must use their feet to kick the ball and are prohibited from using their hands other than goalkeepers who can use any part of their body within the 18-yard area (more of which can be found in the next section).Football Rules (Football)A match consists of two 45-minute halves with a 15-minute rest period in between.Each team can have a minimum of 11 players (including one goalkeeper who is the only player authorized to handle the ball within the 18-yard area) and it takes at least 7 players to make up a game.The field should be made of natural or artificial grass. Playgrounds can vary in size but should be 100-130 meters long and 50-100 meters wide. The court should also be marked with a rectangle around the outside showing off-limits, two six-yard boxes, two 18-yard boxes, and a center circle. The point of a penalty kick is placed 12 yards from the two goals and the center circle must also be visible.The ball should have a circumference of 58-61 cm and be circular in shape.Each team can name up to 7 substitute players. Substitutions can be made at any time during the match, each team can make a maximum of 3 substitutions per team. If all three substitutions are made and a player has to leave the field due to injury, the team will be forced to play without a replacement for that player.Each game must include a referee and two assistant referees (line referees). The referee's job is to act as a timekeeper and take any decisions that need to be made, such as fouls, free kicks, throw-ins, and penalties, and add them on time at the end of each run. The referee may consult the assistant referees at any time during the match regarding the decision. The assistant referee's job is to detect offside in the match (see below), take throw-ins for either team, and also assist the referee in all decision-making as appropriate.If the game requires extra time as a result of the two teams being tied in the match, 30 minutes will be added in the form of 15-minute halves after the allocated 90 minutes.If the teams are still tied after extra time, then penalties must be taken.The entire ball must cross the goal line to become a goal.For fouls committed, the player can get a yellow or red card depending on the severity of the foul; This is up to the judge's discretion. Yellow is a warning and a red card is sent off for that player. Two yellow cards equal one red. Once a player has been ejected, he cannot be replaced.If the ball goes out of play from an opponent on either side of the line, it is awarded as a throw-in. If an attacking player goes out of play at the baseline, this is a goal kick. If you come out of the defender it is a corner kick.Offside rule in footballIt can be called offside when the attacking player is in front of the last defender when passing the pass. The offside zone is designed to discourage players from just hanging around the opponent's goal waiting for a pass. To be offside, they must be behind the last defender when the ball is played to them. If the player is in front of the last defender, he will be considered offside and a free kick will be awarded to the defending team.A player may not fall offside in his own half. A goalkeeper is not considered a defense. If the ball is played backward and the player is in front of the last defender, it is not considered an offside.Also Read: Roger Federer chooses rest, withdraws from French Open