Soccer

U.S. defenders Matt Miazga, John Brooks 4/10s in woeful Colombia outing

[ad_1] Goals from Kellyn Acosta and Bobby Wood had the U.S. briefly in the lead before Colombia stormed back with three second-half goals to seal the win. In front of an overwhelmingly pro-Colombia crowd in Tampa, a naive but game United States team fell to the South Americans 4-2 at Raymond James Stadium on Thursday night. Interim head coach Dave Sarachan turned back to veteran Michael Bradley in midfield with
Swimming

Youth Olympic Games Night Five Recap: Tight Battles Across Four Medal Events

[ad_1] The post Youth Olympic Games Night Five Recap: Tight Battles Across Four Medal Events appeared first on Swimming World News. The fifth finals session of the 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina featured four medal events. Men’s 800 Freestyle Vietnam’s Huy Hoang Nguyen claimed his first medal of The post Youth Olympic Games Night Five Recap: Tight Battles Across Four Medal Events appeared first on Swimming World
Soccer

Nigeria must not underestimate Libya despite Amrouche exit

[ad_1] The Super Eagles have a reputation for underestimating weaker opponents and teams in crisis over the years, a trend which has seen Nigeria humbled on various occasions. Ahead of Saturday's Group E Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against table-toppers Libya, Nigeria must be warned about the consequences of handling the threat of a crisis-laden opponent lightly. Libya coach Adel Amrouche quit his job after five months with the Mediterranean