Ronaldo hat-trick leads Portugal to a big win over Luxembourg

Cristiano Ronaldo scored three goals in one match for the 58th time in his career, to lead Portugal to a 5-0 victory over Luxembourg, in the first European group in the World Cup qualifiers, on Tuesday. This triple means that Ronaldo became the first man to score three goals in one match for the tenth … Read more

Middle East Airlines launches trial live TV service from Panasonic Avionics

Middle East Airlines – Air Lebanon launched a two-month trial live TV service of Panasonic Avionics on board its fleet of nine Airbus A321neoLR aircraft on 10-1-2021, allowing the passenger to watch a wide range of news and live sporting events. Panasonic Avionics Live TV will allow the passenger to watch the unmissable in the … Read more

Egypt is close to the final round of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup

Egypt put forward the final round of the African qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.Egypt defeated its Libyan host, Libya, with three goals without return, in the match that was held at the Benina Martyrs Stadium in Benghazi, as part of the fourth round of the World Cup Group F qualifiers. Egypt advanced with a … Read more

A gas crisis rears its head.. This is the price of a bottle in dollars

johnny sands The citizen was missing nothing but a gas crisis, and the most dangerous thing was that it was resolved only by the price of a jar of 11 dollars, which means that the disaster occurred. So, $11 is the new price for a bottle of gas, a price that will inevitably affect the … Read more

Benzema aims to win the World Cup with France

Karim Benzema has waited more than five years to return to the French national football team and now he will want to win his first major title with the team. Benzema led France to the Nations League title after scoring in the semi-finals and final on Sunday, but unlike his teammates Kylian Mbappe and Antoine … Read more

Russia’s Medvedev qualifies easily to the third round in Indian Wells

Russian Daniil Medvedev, the US Open champion, qualified for the third round of the Indian Wells Championships after his easy victory over American MacKenzie MacDonald 6-4, 6-2 last night. The Russian player, ranked first in the tournament, maintained his perfect record against his American counterpart in five matches. Medvedev, 25, broke McDonald’s serve in the … Read more

A painful blow to the French national team before the European Nations League final

The French Football Federation announced on Saturday that midfielder Adrien Rabiot will miss the France squad for the European Nations League final against Spain on Sunday. The French Federation added that the Italian Juventus player, Rabio, is currently subject to quarantine in Turin, after he was confirmed to be infected with the new, rapidly contagious … Read more

Formula 1. Bottas takes pole position in the Turkish Grand Prix, taking advantage of Hamilton’s penalty

Finnish Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas will take pole position in the Turkish Grand Prix, round 16 of the Formula One World Championship on Sunday. Although his British teammate Lewis Hamilton was fastest in the official qualifying session at Istanbul Park Circuit on Saturday. As a result of a 10-place penalty imposed for an out-of-bounds engine … Read more

The Pharaohs in Benghazi… Tight security measures and special guards for Salah

The Egyptian national team is preparing to travel quickly to Benghazi, to play an important match against Libya in the African qualifiers for the World Cup, on Monday, amid strict security measures and a special guard for the star of the “Pharaohs”, Mohamed Salah. The Egyptian team is expected to arrive in Benghazi on Sunday, … Read more

A new discovery that contradicts what is known scientifically about the inner core of our planet

Located 3,200 miles below the Earth’s surface, our planet’s inner core is a ball-shaped mass composed mostly of iron responsible for the Earth’s magnetic field. No human or machine has ever traveled this distance under the earth’s surface because the depth, pressure and temperature make it inaccessible. In the 1950s, researchers suggested that the inner … Read more