Free Press Journal
  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Keisuke Honda embraces ‘final’ WC with Pele memories still fresh in mind

    Kazan: Japan icon Keisuke Honda’s dream of winning the World Cup began when, as a six-year-old, his father showed him footage of Brazilian legend Pele on an old VCR. And although restricted to a substitute appearance so far in what is his third, and almost certainly final campaign, the former AC Milan star has not given up on that unlikely dream becoming reality.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: FPJ’s dream XI predictions for Belgium vs Tunisia

    Belgium and Tunisia square off in an important Group G match on Saturday at 5:30 pm (IST) in the 2018 World Cup. Belgium is the strongest team of Group G and there incredible performance against Panama proved that they mean Business, Dries Martens who scored a long distance goal against Panama will return to the stadium to show his skills, and there star player Romelu Lukaku who scored 2 goals in there

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Neymar hits back at World Cup critics

    Saint Petersburg: Neymar rounded on his critics and defended his emotional reaction to scoring in Brazil’s 2-0 World Cup win over Costa Rica after he broke down in tears at the final whistle.

  • Novak Djokovic eases into Queen’s Club semi-finals

    London: Serbia’s Novak Djokovic has advanced to the semi-finals of the Queen’s Club Championships with a routine 7-5, 6-1 victory over Frenchman Adrian Mannarino. It is just the second semi-final berth at Queen’s Club for the 12-time Grand Slam champion, who is playing this Wimbledon tune-up event for only the fourth time in his career.

  • Rafael Nadal confident ahead of Wimbledon

    Madrid: Spanish tennis great Rafael Nadal has said he was feeling confident after five days of pre-Wimbledon practice on grass at Santa Ponça Tennis Club, where WTA Tour’s Mallorca Open is being held.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Nigeria beats Iceland by 2-0

    Volgograd: Ahmed Musa struck twice to become the first Nigerian to score at two World Cups Friday as the Super Eagles secured a crucial 2-0 win over Iceland, who missed a penalty. The African side will secure a spot in the knockout stage if they beat Argentina on Tuesday in Group D’s final round of fixtures.