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Southgate for Three Lions triumph in Spain

Gareth Southgate congratulated England’s national team players for the courage shown in a 3: 2 victory against Spain in a match of UEFA Nations League on Monday. He added that such a success as a guest against one of the leading football nations can serve his team invaluable experience that will help in the next games.

He told BBC radio 5 live:

“We really showed some quality and a good mentality to play out of their pressing. Spain are very aggressive in the way they press. All our players, right through the team, were brave enough to play the way we wanted to play.

“It’s fine to have an idea of how you want to play but to do it is a huge credit to them.”

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Charity organisation is worried about the rape charges against Cristiano Ronaldo

“Save the Children” admitted that they are worried about rape charges against their “ambassador,” Cristiano Ronaldo. The scandal with Portuguese star is escalating. The case is about the claims of Catherine Mayorga that Ronaldo raped her.

The case appeared late last week in the German newspaper Der Spiegel, which published a document that Ronaldo had paid Mayorga $375,000 as an out-of-court settlement to sign a confidentiality agreement. But the 34-year-old woman asked the Nevada police to reopen the case and declare the contract invalid, claiming she was “cheated” by Ronaldo’s representatives to sign the document.

The Juventus striker named Der Spiegel’s “fake news” and accused Catherine Mayorga of wanting to take advantage of his popularity, but authorities in the US have confirmed that they will look again at the case.

“Mr. Ronaldo vehemently denies all of the allegations in the complaint and has consistently maintained that denial for the last nine years,” said Ronaldo’s lawyer.

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Germany with historic failure against Netherlands

Germany lost from Netherlands (0: 3) in a UEFA Nations League game. This way they recorded a huge disappointment in their history. The team led by Joachim Löw has already played three consecutive games, without a goal scored.

Germany lost from South Korea (0: 2) in the last match of the group stage of the World Championship, after which they dropped out of the race.

Germany then finished 0-0 in a home match against France in the first game at home.

The loss from the Netherlands is also the biggest defeat for Germany historically against this rival.