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  • I will return to Belgium to execute political activities, says deposed Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont

    Berlin: Catalonia’s deposed president Carles Puigdemont, who has been in Germany for four months, said today he will return to Belgium after a Spanish judge dropped a European arrest warrant for him. “This weekend I will return to Belgium,” the separatist leader told a news conference in Berlin, adding his “political activity will be based in Belgium”.

  • Indian junior women’s hockey team beats Belgium in U-23 Six Nations Tournament

    Antwerp (Belgium): The Indian junior women’s hockey Team defeated Belgium 2-0 to clinch its third consecutive victory at the Under-23 Six Nations Tournament here. Sangita Kumari (36th minute) and Salima Tete (42nd minute) scored to give India the win, Hockey India stated today.

  • redemption TIME

    Dejected England, Belgium aim to leave on a high

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Deflated England, Belgium get ready for third place clash

    St. Petersburg: A match that no team wants to be part of playoff for the third place. Deflated England and Belgium will nonetheless want to end their FIFA World Cup campaign somewhat on a high on Saturday. England were left in the lurch after a gut-wrenching 1-2 defeat at the hands of Croatia after extra-time.

  • Ready for France, says coach Dalic 

    Moscow : Ecstatic Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic is confident tiredness will not be an issue for his side when they face France in the World Cup final despite once again coming through extra time to beat England on Wednesday.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Four things we learned from semi-final matches

    Moscow: The semi-finals of the 2018 FIFA World Cup have left us with two finalists and two teams who have tasted the bitterness of falling at the last hurdle. Here are some things we learned over the past two days, reports Xinhua news agency:

  • Deschamps lives in the present

    St Petersburg : France coach Didier Deschamps went down his memory lane, marked by happy and sad moments, after his team’s 1-0 win over Belgium in the FIFA  World Cup semi-final.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018 Semi-Finals: FPJ’s dream XI predictions for Belgium vs France

    After both beating their opponents in the quarter finals, France and Belgium now meet in the World Cup 2018 semi-finals. It is the furthest Belgium have got since 1986, they have never reached the final while France last played a semi-final in 2006. France and Belgium play their semi-final in St Petersburg on Tuesday July 10, with the match kicking off at 11:30 pm (IST).

  • Brazil ‘haven’t learnt anything’ from 2014: Local media

    Rio de Janeiro : Brazil’s media has directed sharp criticism at the national football team after their 1-2 quarter-final defeat by Belgium, a result that dumped the World Cup favourites out of the sport’s showpiece event in Russia.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018: Brazil seek to temper winning hopes of Belgium’s ‘Golden Generation’   

    Kazan: Belgium coach Roberto Martinez has admitted he has no secrets as he plots to end Brazil’s bid for a record-extending sixth World Cup ahead of their “dream” quarter-final in Kazan tomorrow. But the nation’s “Golden Generation” have been reminded that the match against the favourites could represent the last chance for them to shine on the world stage.

  • FIFA World Cup 2018, Quarter Final: FPJ’s dream XI predictions for Brazil vs Belgium

    Belgium are now one of just two teams remaining in Russia who have won every game they have played so far, along with Uruguay. They face five-time world champions Brazil, the tournament favourites, in the World Cup 2018 quarter-finals. Brazil beat Mexico 2-0 to reach this stage, while Belgium win 3-2 against Japan. They now meet at the Kazan Arena on Friday July 6, with kick-off at11:30 pm (IST).

  • Brazil living up to billing as favourites

    History shows that the team with the best defence tends to win the trophy. And while Brazil have always possessed brilliant individuals, they have also long since been pragmatists above all else.

  • Coach Martinez hails  Belgium ‘character’

    Rostov : Belgium coach Roberto Martinez said he was deeply proud after his team hit back from 2-0 down to beat Japan and claim a place in the quarter-finals.

  • Japan stunned by manner of defeat, admits coach Nishino

    Rostov : Japan coach Akira Nishino admitted his desperate disappointment after seeing the Blue Samurai bow out of the World Cup in an agonising 3-2 defeat against Belgium on Monday in the last 16.

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