After Argentina, it's the turn of another big nation to stumble. Germany made its debut in the competition yesterday against Japan, but it did not go as planned! And yes, it was the surprise of the day, the Nationalmannschaft fell against Japan! A 2-1 defeat that does not pass in the newspapers of the country. For Kicker, it is "a bad start", after "a strong sign" of protest. Forbidden to wear the "One Love" armband, the Germans put their hand in front of their mouth as if to show that they were prevented from speaking. And this is also what the newspaper BZ reproaches! "You like that, we like that", the newspaper headlines, showing German fans covering their eyes, as if to avoid seeing this terrible defeat! The famous newspaper Bild also had its criticism and spoke of a "disaster on the pitch"... Germany, like Argentina, is now condemned to win in their next game to remain in the competition.
8 billion pounds. That's the price it will cost to buy Manchester United. The Glazer family set the price yesterday and it is being reported in the English media today. David Beckham, owner of Inter Miami in MLS, is rumoured to be interested. So is Jim Ratcliffe, the current owner of OGC Nice.
He capped off a dazzling performance with a stunning goal. Gavi confirmed his incredible talent in Spain's 7-0 win over Costa Rica on Wednesday. The Barca midfielder, at 18 years and 110 days old, also became the youngest scorer at a World Cup since Pele in 1958.