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Napoli Begins Serie A Season with a 3-1 Victory Against Frosinone
Frosinone, Napoli

Napoli Begins Serie A Season with a 3-1 Victory Against Frosinone

By Scoring More Napoli, the current Italian champion, kicked off the season with a 3-1 victory at home against the newly promoted Frosinone on Saturday (19th), in a match from the first round of Serie A. At the start of their campaign to defend the title, Napoli was led by their new coach Rudi Garcia, who returned to the Italian league over seven years after leaving Roma (2013-16). The initial minutes of the match were challenging for the reigning champion, who conceded a goal just 7 minutes in after a penalty committed by the Swedish player Jens Cajuste, signed this August. The Moroccan Abdou Harroui converted the penalty. Matteo Politano leveled the score by capitalizing on a poorly cleared shot by the Frosinone defense (24'). Then it was the turn of the Nigerian star Victor Osimh...
Nottingham Forest Urgently Seeks New Center-Back Ahead of Transfer Window Closure, Says Karen Carney
Nottingham Forest, Premier League

Nottingham Forest Urgently Seeks New Center-Back Ahead of Transfer Window Closure, Says Karen Carney

By Score More Karen Carney insists that Nottingham Forest must secure at least one more center-back before the summer transfer window concludes. Reds' defender Felipe is sidelined due to an ongoing knee issue, although Moussa Niakhate returned to the first team after recovering from a dislocated elbow sustained during the pre-season. Under Steve Cooper's management, the team has utilized a formation with three central defenders in their two league matches this season. Scott McKenna, Joe Worrall, and Willy Boly have formed the trio that started against both Arsenal and Sheffield United. Despite their strengths, none of them possess natural speed. While Forest is still in the market for a new central defender, they have yet to make significant progress in securing reinforcements for...
Women’s World Cup: Sweden Repeats Third Place, Australia Misses Podium
Football

Women’s World Cup: Sweden Repeats Third Place, Australia Misses Podium

By Score More Sweden defeated Australia 2-0 in Brisbane in a match to determine the 3rd and 4th places in the Women's World Cup. Fridolina Rolfo (30') scored from a penalty kick, putting the Nordic team in the lead, while Kosovare Asllani (62') sealed the final result in the second half. Thus, Sweden repeats the same ranking achieved in the previous edition in 2019, following their 3rd place finishes in 2011 and 1991. Their best performance was in 2003 when they reached the final but were defeated by Germany. As for Australia, who hosted this edition in partnership with New Zealand, achieved their best-ever placement, surpassing their quarter-final appearances in 2011 and 2007.
Premier League: Nottingham Forest Starts Premier League’s 2nd Round with a Win
Nottingham Forest, Sheffield United FC

Premier League: Nottingham Forest Starts Premier League’s 2nd Round with a Win

By Score More In the opening match of the Premier League's 2nd round, Nottingham Forest hosted and defeated newly promoted Sheffield United 2-1 in front of their home crowd. The first goal at the City Ground stadium was scored by Nigerian forward Taiwo Awoniyi, just three minutes into the game, assisted by Ivorian international Serge Aurier, a play infused with distinct African flair, undoubtedly. Also three minutes into the second half, Dutchman Gustavo Hamer equalized, but Nottingham Forest secured victory near the end of the match, with Chris Wood's goal in the 89th minute, once again assisted by right-back Aurier. Having lost in the 1st round, Nottingham Forest secured their first victory in the Premier League, while Sheffield United suffered their second defeat in two games at...
Moto GP : Miguel Oliveira starts from 8th for the Austrian GP
MotoGP, Racing

Moto GP : Miguel Oliveira starts from 8th for the Austrian GP

By Score More Miguel Oliveira (RNF Aprilia) achieved the 8th best time in qualifying for the Austrian GP, which takes place this Sunday at the Red Bull Ring circuit in Spielberg. The Portuguese rider had secured a direct passage to the second phase of qualifying (Q2) yesterday, following his 10th combined time in the practice sessions, with a time of 1.29.160 minutes. On this Saturday, he improved his time to 1:28.966, starting from the 8th position for the sprint race on Saturday and the main race on Sunday. Italian Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati), the current leader in the standings, was the fastest and secured the pole position with a time of 1.28.539 minutes, ahead of Spanish Maverik Vinales (Aprilia, 1:28.576) and South African Brad Binder (KTM, 1:28.653).
Bundesliga: Kane Nets Debut Goal as Bayern Launches Bundesliga Campaign with Dominant Win
Bayern Munich, Werder Bremen

Bundesliga: Kane Nets Debut Goal as Bayern Launches Bundesliga Campaign with Dominant Win

By Score More Bayern Munich - following a heavy defeat against Leipzig in the Supercup - responded emphatically with a thumping victory away at Werder Bremen (0-4), a match highlighted by Harry Kane's first goal for the German champions. In the first half, Bayern started with hunger, and as early as the fourth minute, Leroy Sané combined with Kane for the opener, in a swift move that left Bremen's defense in disarray. The home team tried to respond - they even put Bayern in some tight spots during the second half - but then... Kane emerged. The Englishman, assisted by Davies on the left, eliminated a defender and, facing Pavlenka, made no mistake. Towards the end, Bayern extended the lead, with Sané and Mathys Tel shining. Sané, firstly, concluded a brilliant team move from Bayern,...
Red Bull Shuts Down Lewis Hamilton as Max Verstappen’s Teammate Option
F1

Red Bull Shuts Down Lewis Hamilton as Max Verstappen’s Teammate Option

By Score More Despite rumors circulating about Lewis Hamilton potentially leaving Mercedes to join Red Bull for the upcoming F1 season, the prospect of him becoming Max Verstappen's teammate has been categorically dismissed. Red Bull's F1 advisor, Helmut Marko, firmly stated that the team would never entertain the idea of signing Lewis Hamilton to challenge Max Verstappen. Marko emphasized that the team's goal is success and championship victories, making it important to maintain a clear driver hierarchy. While the idea of Hamilton and Verstappen teaming up might appeal to fans and media, Marko stressed that having two strong-willed drivers competing for the number one position could disrupt the team's dynamics and performance. Marko shared his perspective with Motorsport Magazin, p...
Ferrari’s Strategic Moves: Aiming to Strengthen Team with Key Additions from Mercedes and Red Bull
F1

Ferrari’s Strategic Moves: Aiming to Strengthen Team with Key Additions from Mercedes and Red Bull

By Score More Ferrari is strategically maneuvering to enhance their team's prowess by securing crucial figures from both Mercedes and Red Bull. Having successfully lured Loic Serra from Mercedes last month, the Italian powerhouse is now eyeing another significant recruitment from Red Bull's ranks. The acquisition of Loic Serra, Mercedes' performance director and a reported ally of seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton, marked a significant coup for Ferrari. However, due to contractual obligations, Serra won't be able to start his role until 2025, as he remains bound to Toto Wolff's team for an additional 16 months. Serra's impending arrival at Ferrari is anticipated to create an opportunity for Fred Vasseur, Ferrari Team Principal, to strengthen his team further. Vasseur had prev...
Novak Djokovic Overcomes Challenges to Secure Victory Against Davidovich Fokina in Cincinnati
Tennis

Novak Djokovic Overcomes Challenges to Secure Victory Against Davidovich Fokina in Cincinnati

By Score More In a match marked by shifts in momentum, Djokovic displayed his resilience and powerful serves as he faced challenges from Davidovich Fokina. Djokovic's serve percentage stood at 41%, and he encountered four break point opportunities from his opponent. Despite an early forehand error in the third game that led to two break points against him, Djokovic showcased his prowess by saving them with his formidable serves and ultimately securing the hold with an ace, bringing the score to 2-1. Davidovich Fokina, demonstrating his own capabilities, held his serve at 30 in the fourth game, leveling the set at 2-2 with an ace. Djokovic continued his strong performance, holding serve at love in the seventh game. As the match progressed, Davidovich Fokina took a medical timeout befo...
Alexander Zverev beats Danil Medvedev to reach the quarter final in Cincinnati
Tennis

Alexander Zverev beats Danil Medvedev to reach the quarter final in Cincinnati

By Score More Alexander Zverev battled through windy conditions to overcome Danil Medvedev with a score of 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 in a match lasting 2 hours and 32 minutes, securing his spot in the quarter-finals of the Western and Southern Open in Cincinnati. During this hard-fought encounter, Zverev clinched his first top 10 victory of the season and managed to break a four-match losing streak against Medvedev. Despite facing windy challenges, both players displayed impressive performances. Medvedev, while committing seven double faults and capitalizing on two out of eight break opportunities, showcased his competitive spirit. On the other hand, Zverev's performance was characterized by three double faults and a conversion of three out of eight break chances. Zverev also outshone Medvedev ...