Easiest way to stream Live Football on your mobile phones

Football is a game which is loved and watched by just about anyone. People are more fond of Football because it gives great sensations, entertainment, passion, and emotions. Most importantly, it is a decision-making game, just like chess. Football and chess are very similar, and some techniques can fit easily into practice with the other. You may have known Simen Agdestein, who is the best chess coach and by profession, he is a footballer. So we have learned that the players are improving their decisions and reading games, which attracts people more to this sport.

The last World Cup was in 2018, and the competition takes place every four years, with fans desperately waiting for it. To watch high-quality football shows, you don’t need to wait for the World Cup. Competitive matches take place almost every week. There are elite competitions such as the English Premier League, the Champions League, and a few other major European Leagues. Now the sports lovers can enjoy watching their favourite teams on the live football streaming apps quickly.

The streaming apps on the list below provide the easiest way to stream live football matches on your mobile phones:

#1. Mobdro App

It is one of the best mobile streaming Andriod, iphone, and PC apps. It allows you to watch your favourite Live TV shows and lives sports like Football, cricket, and many more. It contains high-quality video ranging from 720p to 1080p. Mabdro is among the ten best popular live-streaming apps, where you can watch a football match without any interruption of ads.

#2. Star Times, Live TV, and Football

It is another easy way for football fans to get a chance to watch football matches from different leagues. Adding more to it, it also allows you to watch 400 plus channels and doesn’t restrict you in anything. Besides the live broadcast, there is the best latest news from the world of Football. If you are planning to watch a football match and are afraid to forget it, you can set a reminder, and the app will send you the notification when the game starts. Wherever you are can always have this little TV on your mobile.

#3. Fubotv, Stream Live Sports

This app gives the live streaming of different kinds of sports. But here, if we talk about Football only, this app has some decent features That make it stand out from the crowd. You will be able to access more than 65 channels. The most popular ones are CBS, CBS sports network, FOX, NBC, NFL Network, and many more. It highlights every critical event from the sports. The app has 30 hours of DVR space so that if you miss any show, you can watch it later.

#4. Live Sports TV, Football HD Stream

This app allows all the TV channels from all around the world to be on your mobile phone. This mobile app has Live streaming from UK, USA, Italy, and Asia. You can watch all the sports events live. And if you are a football fan, this app will not let you miss any show related to Football because it allows setting notifications to remind you about the new matches.

#5. ESPN

If you are looking for the best live streaming app to watch Football live matches, then ESPN that will allow you to watch the live games is one of the most popular live-streaming apps. The app has many well-built channels such as ESPN, ESPN2, and ESPN classic. The app remains active 24 hours and gives updates about the matches every time. You can use this app on Android, iphone, or even on PC.

#6 Socal Media app Live

Adding more to the live streaming, now you can also use the social apps to watch the Football matches Live, such as on Facebook Live, Instagram Live stories. These apps also have features to notify you about the live show when it starts, and you can also watch the live recordings later. Today, almost everyone used social apps, which can be the easiest way to watch live football matches.

Wrapping Up!

A special thanks to mobile devices technology, the mobile live-streaming apps allow everyone to enjoy watching their show anywhere if you are outside, you can sit anywhere and watch the show. Several live-streaming apps are introduced, which will enable you to watch your favourite shows on your mobile devices. These apps have different features like a reminder notification, giving match results, and many more. The apps are being used in both Android and iphones and even on PC too.

How have Bayern Munich performed in the Champions League against English teams?

As one of Europe’s biggest clubs and the current holders of the Champions League, it’s no real surprise that Bayern Munich have had their fair share of games against English clubs in what is Europe’s premier club competition.

Here’s how they’ve fared in those ties. One of the most infamous clashes that Bayern have had with an English club in recent years has to be their four games over a period of a few years against Arsenal in Champions League Round of 16. In one of those ties, Arsenal actually beat Bayern in the home league by two goals to nil thanks to an effort from Olivier Giroud as well as a last-gap goal from Mesut Ozil.

Despite that high point, things haven’t gone well for Arsenal since then, which is
reflected by the Premier League odds online as they aren’t one of the favourites to finish in the top six.

Considering where the Gunners used to be by way of their consecutive qualification for the Champions League under Arsene Wenger despite calls from rival fans that Arsenal were boring as a result, it has been a rather notable fall from grace. A catalyst for such has to be the thrashing that Bayern gave the Gunners in 2017 when the Germans beat the red side of London 10-2 over the Round of 16 stage, winning 5-1 in both legs; this was despite the fact Arsenal took the lead in the home leg through Theo Walcott before Bayern scored five in the last thirty-five minutes of the game.

Bayern have faced an English club in a Champions League final, although they did rather famously lose to a Chelsea side featuring the likes of Didier Drogba and Frank Lampard. The final has gone down in history as one of the more intense and interesting of recent years, going right down to the wire with late goals from Thomas Muller and Didier Drogba sending the game into extra time and eventually into a penalty shootout. It would also be the Ivorian who converted the all-important fifth penalty that gave Chelsea the win.

However, their own victory was short-lived as during the competitions it allowed them to
gain to, namely the Club World Cup and the UEFA Super Cup, Chelsea lost both of those ties, against Corinthians in the Club World Cup and Atletico Madrid in the Super Cup.

Intriguingly, Bayern have tasted Champions League success on English soil, beating a
Borussia Dortmund side then managed by Jurgen Klopp in a 2-1 win at the home of English football.

It’s definitely fair to say that much like any club involved in European football, Bayern’s
results have been rather mixed on the continental stage. However, considering that they did win the 2020 edition of the tournament, there doesn’t look to be many clubs in Europe better than Bayern, although they have a tough task on their hands if they want to hold on to the trophy.

£150m? Why wonderkid Haaland isn’t even worth £70m

Move over Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo- Erling Haaland is the new kid in town and soon every kid in the playground will be donning his shirt. Which new club that will be is still anyone’s guess but Haaland has taken the headlines by storm and it seems that over the past two weeks everyone has been talking about the Norwegian player who is still only 20.

The hype seems genuine enough, Haaland scores goals, but he is tall, huge in fact, and is quite a presence and his speed is lightning quick, his current club Borussia Dortmund seem to have found a gem of a player.

Haaland has already scored 124 goals in all competitions in his career and this season alone has 33 goals from 33 games. It is stunning and certainly reminds one of Messi and Ronaldo’s records. In short Dortmund are not going to keep him and he is certainly going to be transferred this summer.

In truth at 20 he could probably do with another season in the Bundesliga, but here’s the catch- he can leave next summer for £68m, that is stipulated in his buyout contract. Now that would still be a tidy profit for Dortmund of almost £50m, but of course they want more.

If Haaland was to leave this summer it is possible that he could go for upwards of £150m, that’s the figure that has been talked about. The likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester City and PSG may just be able to convince their purse strings and in some cases their banks to hand over that kind of money for a player who may well light up world football for the next 15 years.

But let’s face it, it is a gamble.

The Bundesliga with all due respect isn’t the highest bar to judge oneself. True the current European champions are Bayern Munich, but they are almost a one off. Like PSG who reached last year’s final too- it doesn’t mean that particular league is strong. That isn’t to say German football isn’t strong, but currently one would have to question.

Take Timo Werner at Chelsea who was scoring goals for fun in the Bundesliga, when Chelsea were able to snap up the German international for around £60m it looked like a bargain. However Werner has had a poor debut season with the Blues, and quite frankly his confidence looks shot. He may improve next season, then again…. The Premier League, La Liga and Serie A are simply at a higher level, and you can get found out.

It doesn’t seem like Haaland will have any troubles adjusting to a different league but when prices of £150m are being quoted doesn’t someone have to say, well, hang on a second?

What has Haaland proved so far, yes he looks good, yes he can score goals, but he hasn’t done anything significant yet. True he’s young but how about make a mark- because all of the other greats have done so.

Imagine for example in the 2nd leg of Dortmund’s quarter final Champions League tie against Manchester City Haaland makes the difference and helps knock City out of the competition. That would be quite a marker to lay down. No one is expecting Haaland to join his new club loaded with trophies in his resume just yet, but perhaps one would like to see some showing in a big match first.

It is why in reality Haaland is only worth his buyout clause he hasn’t really been able to make that difference not to a team yet, not like Kylian Mbappe for example, although of course Mbappe is in a better team.

Dortmund of course will understand that if they sold Haaland for £70m one day he could be sold on for £200m plus and they don’t want to miss out, that is the business of football. Some players simply are not worth what clubs are prepared to offer.

Ideally everyone should be happy with a smaller fee, it’s still profit for his original club but Dortmund will go for the top price, and honestly you can’t blame them for that. As for Haaland the truth of how great he will be is only going to be revealed next season at his new club.

 

Can Erling Braut Haaland go on to become the Champions League’s all-time top scorer?

Erling Braut Håland has made the headlines for all the right reasons since he broke on to the scene at Red Bull Salzburg in 2019. Now at German Bundesliga side Borussia Dortmund, of course, he is continuing to steal the spotlight and is more often than not a nightmare to tame for the opposition defenders.

His two most recent goals in the Champions League helped Dortmund progress to the quarter-final stages of the tournament against a dogged Sevilla and took his overall record for BVB to 47 goals in 47 games since he signed for the club last January.

It’s an incredible goal tally, and rightfully, he is being tipped to be the next big thing in European football. He is scoring goals with such ease and the fact that he is only 20 years of age makes it all the more mind-boggling for the average onlooker.

His two goals in the Champions League against the La Liga outfit took his tally in Europe’s elite competition to 20 goals in just 14 games. That in itself is an incredible feat. In fact, he is the fastest and youngest player in the history of the competition to reach the impressive landmark. So, it’s no wonder he alone can make Dortmund all the more favourable in the 2021 Champions League odds.

Håland broke the previous record set by Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane in 10 fewer games, and he is already just two goals away from breaking into the top 50 all-time scorers in the tournament.

In comparison with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, who are first and second in the all-time scorers chart with 134 and 120 goals respectively, it took Ronaldo until he was 24 and 56 games to notch up 20 strikes and Messi, who was 22, 40 games. So, that puts in perspective just how amazing Håland’s feat is.

The question now is whether the Norwegian international can keep up his goal-scoring prowess in the long run and bag as many goals in the competition as the two aforementioned stars? There’s no doubt that it’s going to be a tough task for Håland. He would need to score 10 goals a season in the Champions League for the next 10 years to match Messi’s current tally and even more to surpass Ronaldo’s.

Of course, he is just 20 and as a striker he could play well into his 30s, so it is doable. However, he must keep fit and would need to play for a club getting far in the Champions League’s knockout stages year-after-year for the remainder of his career if he wants to truly get within touching distance of the Barcelona and Juventus forwards.

Nonetheless, German journalist Raphael Honigstein is confident that is the 20-year-old can keep scoring in the same fashion, then he’ll outscore both Ronald and Messi by the time he hangs up his boots.

“He’s only played 30 months at this level, and he’s only going to get better. If you put him in a better team… I don’t know where this could stop,” Honigstein told talkSPORT.

“The stats are crazy, if he continues scoring at the same level, he will outscore both Ronaldo and Messi, which seems absolutely crazy to contemplate, but he could do it!”

As Håland continues to steal the headlines in the UEFA Champions League news, all of the remaining teams in the competition, along with those still fighting for a place in the quarter-finals, will dread facing the 20-year-old in the next round.

AC Milan 0-1 Man Utd (1-2 agg.): Rossoneri punished by defensive mistake and missed chances

Milan managed to get a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford last week and their chances of going through to the next round very decent ahead of tonight’s game. However, Man Utd scored the only goal at San Siro after a mistake at the back by the Rossoneri, who have themselves to blame. 

Much like the first leg, the performance was far from terrible by Stefano Pioli’s side and you could even argue that they were the better side overall. Having said that, when it came to the ever-so-important final touch, it’s clear that Man Utd edged Milan in both of the games.  Continue reading

Man Utd 1-1 AC Milan: Top three Rossoneri performers as Kjaer clinches important away goal

Milan were heading towards a decent result – albeit a disappointing one considering the events of the game – as Man Utd had a one-goal with just minutes to go of second half. However, then Simon Kjaer stepped up and scored a crucial away goal for the Rossoneri, who are now in a very good position. 

Stefano Pioli’s men did very well despite the injury crisis, playing without the likes of Ismael Bennacer, Hakan Calhanoglu, Theo Hernandez, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ante Rebic. The alternatives stepped up, just as we saw against Hellas Verona, and with a bit more luck they could have won the game.  Continue reading

UEFA need to say no to the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Liverpool for a super league

In this past week a story has emerged yet again of the proposal of a super league which would replace the Champions League and would not be a part of a UEFA competition.

Super Leagues have been touted seriously since the early 1990s and UEFA already had to react to the threat and created the Champions League in the 1992/93 season. Before that the European Cup was of course only open to the winners of each European league. The Champions League used an expansion that went from 2 clubs with some of the top leagues in Europe having four clubs that can qualify for each season.

Now the elite teams are flexing their muscles again and UEFA’s Champions League is under threat once more. There is more money to be made and more exposure to be had with an independent super league and the richest and most successful clubs want as much as they can get. Instead of rejecting any ideas UEFA have tried to react again, and if these new proposals go through then if you support a mid table club this has far reaching implications and you will want to read on.

The controversial move would be backing the bigger clubs even if they are having, by their standards, a poor season. Take Arsenal who are in 10th place currently in the English Premier League. UEFA are proposing that if the league was to end today that Arsenal would qualify for the Champions League not based on their league position of course but based on their co-efficient points. In other words the last 5 seasons would count. It would mean that if, say Manchester City had a poor couple of seasons coming up, it wouldn’t matter their qualification for the Champions League would be secured anyway.

This is a slap in the face of course to the integrity of the sport and gamesmanship. What about the ‘surprise’ teams of the season, do they not count? Do we not reward the hard effort of for example West Ham and Everton who have punched above their weight this season? Do they just get disregarded? What do real fans think about this?

Once we make a mockery of a sport there seems no going back and UEFA have bent over once to create the Champions League for the elite teams, why would they feel they have to bend over again, why be put to ransom? Well the answer of course is not losing your product which brings in tens of millions of euros per year. But at the same time you are the governing body, does that not count for something?

It is easy to blame UEFA for changes in the rules, but in truth they are being held to ransom and panicking about losing their competition. Clubs like Real Madrid, Barcelona and Liverpool need to stop throwing their tantrums and demands about. They are involved in competition that is what sport is all about, if you have a bad season you can get punished, accept it and move on and work harder.

The irony of course is the fear that the elite teams have of not qualifying for a competition where only one team can win it. But the owners do not care as much as the fans for trophies, it’s the money involved that reigns supreme in their minds and the added sponsorship on top- related of course to money.

The big clubs are at fault here. New ideas should always be welcomed in football, but not to the point that it destroys the very fabric of the sport and the people within it.

 

 

Why this seasons Champions League has been tarnished

The Coronavirus pandemic has affected the world like something we could never have imagined and of course this means that football has suffered as a result too. Players being tested twice a week and no fans at grounds for almost a year bar in very rare instances it has been an odd time for the game we all love.

The biggest European competitions have been affected too, especially the Champions League. And this season the most elite club competition of them all feels like it has been tarnished, and simply feels very unfair.

Let’s explain.

The games affected have all involved English teams, Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City. Some EU countries have said that persons from England cannot travel to Germany and Spain because of the new variant, which means in effect that the football clubs cannot travel to these countries to play their first legs.

This in itself is a real head scratcher given that players and coaches are tested twice a week and they will be the only personnel entering the countries. We are not talking about fans being present, so one has to wonder where the problem lies? Of course the other side of the argument would be, why would football players be given special access and not members of the public?

So for English clubs playing in Europe their first leg matches were directed to Budapest, Hungary. But this is wholly unfair on the likes of Atletico Madrid, RB Leipzig and Borussia Monchengladbach. It is unfair because the 2nd legs will all take place in England at the respective clubs grounds. What happens in that instant is the most elite competition loses its integrity and gamesmanship- and no sport should be losing either of those.

Of course there will be arguments against and that at the end of the day it is not the clubs fault that England are allowing German and Spanish nationals into the country and it isn’t like this in the opposite direction. But it is unfair on the clubs.

Some will say that Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City will give up their home advantage anyway because the 12th man- the fans- will not be allowed to attend the games. But hang on one second. What about the extra travel time for the away sides having to arrange drives to the airport and planes, hotels etc. What about the familiarity of the home teams ground, players have a connection to that even without the fans. When Atletico visit Chelsea they are not in Madrid anymore.

It is odd to think that UEFA have not stepped in. If English based players cannot play in Germany and Spain then there is nothing wrong with playing in Budapest as a neutral venue. But why not also have the 2nd legs take place in the country too. Why change and have one team have an advantage by playing in their backyard so to speak, even if the advantage is decreased by a lack of fans, there is still some there.

Fans of the clubs will care little of course, and probably won’t see the argument either. But surely if you’re in love with the game and value fairness within it, this way of playing this seasons Champions League could feel like the soul just got ripped out of it.

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How football fans can get more Instagram followers for free in 2021

Football’s popularity was never question. It is the word’s most popular sport. And football’s rise has also seen it combined with various internet sensations including the very popular platform Instagram.

Do you want to gain free Instagram followers? We tell you the simplest and most effective way to get more people to follow you. In the way we will explain in this article, you will be able to get unlimited real followers and likes. Curious? Keep reading!

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Many people use Instagram simply as a tool to share photos with friends. But others have the goal of using the social network to promote their work or even with the idea of ​​becoming an influencer. And in the latter cases it is advisable to have a large number of followers, so that more people can access our content. More followers means more popular. More popular means more visitors. As simple as that!

The best way to get a large following is to offer them interesting content. But the truth is that many times it is interesting to have a large number of grassroots followers to try to attract the attention of our public. And for that reason we can take a shortcut that allows us to have a much larger number of followers. The following tool will allow you to increase your number of followers quickly and without having to do too much effort.

Followers Gallery

This is a magical app that will give you tons of Instagram followers and likes for FREE. The way it works is very simple. This Instagram followers mod apk applies the concept of following and liking each other with a coin giving mechanism. These coins can later be exchanged for followers and likes. In other words, this application is a completely free application because it only requires each user to actively follow and like each other.

Followers Gallery can be downloaded on Android and iOS devices. So whatever your smartphone is, it can run this great application. Very simple and effective, with this application you can get unlimited Instagram auto liker without login and followers. Why unlimited? Because the number of coins you can get is unlimited, it really depends on how much you follow and like the Instagram accounts of other Followers Gallery users. The more you follow and like, the more coins you get and the more followers and likes that are directed to your account. Very simple right?

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Is Followers Gallery safe?

Of course! This application is very safe because you don’t need to tell your email or Instagram password. There is no chance for anyone to hijack your account. This application is also virus free so it will not negatively affect after installation.

Basically every follower and like you get comes from real activities carried out by other people (other users). They follow and like your account because they expect coins, just like you. Now you have the point! After all, this is the application you need to get an unlimited number of Instagram followers and likes. And most importantly you don’t need to spend a penny! Hopefully this article can be useful for you. Thank you and good luck!

 

What muscles to strengthen to become a better football player?

In order to become a better football player, it is not enough to improve the technique and combinations of the game alone. This is also greatly influenced by the athletes’ physical fitness. The better are targeted workouts for body strengthening, the better are the results on the football field. So, what muscles need to be strengthened in order you could become a better football player?

Leg strengthening is extremely important

It should come as no surprise, after all, that the legs are probably the most stressful part of the body when playing football. So, having weak leg muscles will not be able to run around the field. You may do squats using weights. Just be careful as improper exercise can negatively affect your knee joints. Running with weights is also very useful. This is how almost all the leg muscles including the glutes, hamstrings, and squads, work. Stretching exercises using elastic bands can also be a big help for those who want to see the results as soon as possible.

Hip muscles: improving mobility and avoiding injuries

If we had to rank body muscles from those that are the most important in playing football, hip muscles would get second place. Strengthening hip muscles is important for increasing stability and flexibility, so you can avoid injuries as well as move with ease. These muscles are seemingly imperceptible, that is why they are often forgotten to be included in the training plan. Then, as a result, having weak hip muscles may cause injuries that may take more than a month to heal. When looking for suitable exercises to strengthen the hip muscles, note that those exercises have to include strengthening of the gluteus maximus as well as the gluteus medius muscles (the main extensor muscle and the main muscle on the side of the hip).

What is the role of abdominal muscles?

Strengthening your leg muscles alone will not help you to become a better footballer. This requires training the whole body and abdominal muscles are no exception. The question may be – why is it necessary to strengthen the abdominal muscles to become a better football player? Those who think that the six-pack is only for aesthetics are wrong. Actually, abdominal muscles play a big role when running or strengthening your kick. You may make your abdominal muscles stronger by doing bridge, crunches, “mountain climber” and other exercises.

Increase the strength of your upper body

Just as it is important to strengthen abdominal muscles, it is also important to invest time and increase upper body strength. Various techniques can be used for this: weight lifting, balance exercises, stretching exercises using rubber, and so on. One of the most rewarding exercises that work a large portion of your back muscles is pull-ups. If you want to strengthen your upper body in a faster way, use these exercise bands for pull-ups. This way, your body will adapt to the load faster and after a few series of pull-ups during your workout will be done without much effort.