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    Piers Morgan claimed that 'even Messi knows' that Cristiano Ronaldo is the greatest footballer in history after sharing a hilarious picture on Thursday night. Ronaldo took part in Portugal's World Cup opener with Ghana and made history by becoming the first player ever to score in five consecutive World Cup competitions. As the 37-year-old celebrated with his trademark 'SIU' celebration, he wandered in-front of a banner featuring his Argentinian counterpart and Morgan took the opportunity to share the moment with a cleverly worded caption. Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated in-front of a Lionel Messi banner after scoring against Ghana Piers Morgan (R) was quick to suggest 'Messi knows' Ronaldo is the best player of all time Taking to his social media on Thursday, Morgan wrote: 'Even Messi knows' with a goat emoji added at the end to represent the acronym; greatest of all time.  Veteran forward Ronaldo netted from the spot just after the hour mark to break the deadlock against Ghana in their first group game on Thursday evening.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Cristiano Ronaldo...
    Diego Maradona's infamous 'Hand of God' shirt sold today for a record-breaking £7.1million - making it the most expensive item of sports memorabilia ever to sell at auction.    The diminutive player's shirt, worn when he scored two momentous goals to knock England out of the 1986 World Cup, including the so-called 'Hand of God' goal, sold to an anonymous bidder at Sotheby's this afternoon.  Do YOU know the mystery buyer? Email kaya.terry@mailonline.co.uk  The late football icon swapped shirts with England midfielder Steve Hodge after full time and he has been in possession of the treasured item for the last 35 years. The shirt, which has spent the last 20 years on loan at the National Football Museum in Manchester, went under the hammer at Sotheby's on Wednesday afternoon for £7,142,500 - marking a new auction record for any item of sports memorabilia. The previous record for any sports memorabilia was the original autograph manuscript of the Olympic Manifesto from 1892, which sold at Sotheby’s for $8.8 million in December 2019.  The previous record for a game worn shirt was...
    This is the extraordinary moment a TV reporter had to cut short a live broadcast - after learning his home was being burgled as he went on air.  Argentinian Alejandro Pueblas was supposed to update a studio presenter on his search for a dog called Lucho who had disappeared in August.  But instead, viewers watched the anguished journalist telling his TV bosses he would have to drop his microphone and rush back to his house because it was being broken into.  Alejandro, who works for news channel Cronica HD and was reporting live from Florencia Varela, said: 'They've just broken into my house.  'They broke a window. Sorry but I've got to go. I've got people inside my home. They're tearing it apart.'  Argentinian reporter Alejandro Pueblas had been set to provide an update to a studio presenter on his search for a dog who had disappeared in August when he received the news that his home in the province of Buenos Aires was being burgled As studio presenter Esteban Trebucq asked if there was anything he could do to help...
    An alleged double murderer who has been dubbed as the 'Catman' was removed from a court room in Argentina after he made a meowing sound 55 times during the hearing. Israeli Nicolas Gil Pereg, who is charged with killing his mother and aunt, was taken down to the cells after answering questions from the judge by repeating 'Meow, meow' at the start of his trial in the Argentinian city of Mendoza. Pereg, who once changed his name to Floda Reltih or Adolf Hitler backwards, also used the cat noise to answer when he was asked his name and ID number.    Armed police took the dishevelled looking suspect away after he refused repeated requests to remain silent during the proceedings on Tuesday. Former soldier Pereg, 40, is accused of killing his mother Pyrhia Saroussy, 63, and aunt Lily Pereg, 54, in January 2019 and hiding their bodies on land at his run-down home in Guaymallen on the outskirts of Mendoza.  Israeli Nicolas Gil Pereg, who is charged with killing his mother and aunt, was taken down to the cells after answering questions from...
    Getty/ANP Sport A CBS Sports commentator made a racist comment during the Champions League semi-final between Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain. Jim Beglin employed a racial stereotype when talking about PSG player Angel Di Maria's red card. Beglin said it was due to Di Maria's "Latino temperament." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. During the UEFA Champions League semi-final game between Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain, CBS Sports commentator Jim Beglin employed a racial stereotype when talking about PSG player Angel Di Maria's red card in the 69th minute. As the match reached a boiling point, Di Maria and Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho scuffled on the sideline when Di Maria went to retrieve the ball for a PSG throw-in. Once Di Maria got the ball, he extended his leg and stamped Fernandinho's foot and was swiftly sent off by the referee. Di Maria walked to the dug-out and CBS Sports commentator Jim Beglin said, "it's that Latino temperament," in reference to why Di Maria reacted angrily and stamped Fernandinho's foot. —Alekzandur (@Alekzandur) May 4, 2021Minutes later, Beglin...
    One of Diego Maradona's carers crushed sleeping pills into his beer so he wasn't a nuisance at night, investigators have been told. The soccer icon was also given alcohol early in the morning if he asked for it, a woman who visited him at the homes he stayed at before and after his brain hospital op has claimed. Griselda Morel, an educational psychologist who worked with Diego's eight-year son Dieguito Fernando, told prosecutors: 'If he got up at 9am and asked for beer he was given it.' Prosecutors in Argentina are continuing their investigation into the death of Diego Maradona, here pictured with his physician Leopoldo Luque (left) and have heard about his final months Maradona passed away in November last year, sparking a wave of mourning around the world  Maradona was one of the most gifted footballers of all time, lifting the World Cup in 1986 RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Argentinian prosecutors probing whether Diego Maradona's... Diego Maradona slurs his words and tells his doctor 'I'm... The boy who...
    Diego Maradona's mobile phones will be opened up this Friday so prosecutors probing his death can obtain his last messages. A judge approved a request to access the soccer icon's two smartphones earlier this week. Investigators trying to establish if Diego's death was a manslaughter caused by medical negligence confirmed today that work on the phone would begin on February 19.  Maradona (right) underwent emergency brain surgery to remove a blood clot in November The two iPhones seized from the bedroom where he died last November will remain under lock and key at a state prosecutors' office in San Isidro near Buenos Aires until then. Sources close to the ongoing criminal probe said investigators would be seeking to discover if Diego had expressed concerns about his health and who he messaged and spoke to in the days before his death from heart failure at a rented home near the Argentinian capital. Heart surgeon Leopoldo Luque, Diego's doctor, and his psychiatrist Agustina Cosachov were already under official investigation before the 'suspect' list grew to five at the start of the...
    A boy has cheated death after his crucifix necklace stopped a stray bullet from penetrating his chest in Argentina. Tiziano, nine, was shot on the doorstep of his home in Las Talitas on New Year's Eve but was saved by what his mother described as a 'miracle'. The youngster was celebrating the end of year festivities with his family and was playing with his sister and cousin. A boy has cheated death after his crucifix necklace stopped a stray bullet from penetrating his chest in Argentina Tiziano, nine, was shot on the doorstep of his home in Las Talitas on New Year's Eve but was saved by what his mother described as a 'miracle' He felt a sudden pain in his chest and saw a bullet on the ground next to him. Tiziano was taken to hospital where doctors found only a superficial wound which was treated within an hour. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The land where you only pay back what you borrow! Danish... Wonders of the streets: Breathtaking images from...
    A 25-year-old female footballer has joined the battle to be recognised as one of Diego Maradona's growing brood of children. Argentinian Eugenia Laprovittola is said to have launched a paternity suit to try to prove the former Naples and Barcelona star is her father. Reports in Argentina say she was adopted as a child and was only told who her 'real dad' was during a reunion with her birth mum a couple of months ago. Famous Argentinian journalist Luis Ventura, who has spoken to Eugenia, insists Maradona was made aware of her intention before he died from heart failure aged 60 on November 25. Argentinian Eugenia Laprovittola, pictured above, is said to have launched a paternity suit to try to prove the former Naples and Barcelona star is her father Reports in Argentina say she was adopted as a child and was only told who her 'real dad' was during a reunion with her birth mum a couple of months ago Diego Maradona, pictured with his doctor, Leopoldo Luque (left), just days before he died in November The...
    A lawyer for Diego Maradona is calling for an investigation into the Argentinian soccer legend’s death, claiming it took too long for an ambulance to arrive. Matias Morla said it was “criminal idiocy” for it to have taken “more than half an hour” for an ambulance to arrive at Maradona’s home in Buenos Aires, where the 1986 World Cup winner died of a heart attack on Wednesday. Morla was citing a report by the San Isidro district attorney’s office, ESPN reported. “This fact cannot be overlooked and I’m going to ask for an investigation to look into it until the end,” Morla tweeted. “As Diego would say, you are my soldier, act with pity.” Maradona was 60. He recently underwent brain surgery to remove a blood clot and was released on Nov. 11. Regarded as one of the best soccer players of all time, Maradona’s legacy was also shrouded in controversy. He scored two goals in the World Cup quarterfinals against England, one of which was an uncalled handball that he punched into the net — then later attributed to...
    Diego Maradona has died from a heart attack just days after turning 60. The Argentinian football legend died at home, his lawyer said, just two weeks after having surgery on a blot clot in his brain. Widely regarded as one of the greatest players of all time on the pitch, his life off the pitch was equally notorious - amid battles with drug and alcohol addiction. Maradona won the World Cup with Argentina in 1986, having knocked England out of the tournament in a match which saw him score the famous 'Hand of God' goal. Argentine football legend Diego Maradona has died at the age of 60  Maradona's Hand of God was responsible for England's elimination from the 1986 World Cup
    An Argentinian MP has resigned his seat after being suspended for kissing a woman's breasts during an online parliamentary session. Married father-of-three Juan Emilio Ameri shocked fellow lawmakers by letting a pretty blonde sit on his knee and appear to fondle him before bending down and kissing her right nipple after pulling down her black top. Footage of the extraordinary moment led to the ruling Frente de Todos coalition in the north-west province of Salta expelling the 47-year-old pending an investigation and demanding his resignation as an MP. An Argentinian MP has resigned his seat after being suspended for kissing a woman's breasts during an online parliamentary session The blonde at the centre of the shocking episode has been named as Ameri's 'girlfriend and political advisor' Celeste Burgos (pictured) Moments after the sex scene was played out on a large screen during a debate about provincial debt, fellow MPs unanimously voted in favour of Ameri's suspension after Chamber of Deputies president Sergio Massa halted the session. A parliamentary commission was planning on determining the final sanction, with his...
    Nothing was about to keep Juan Manuel Ballestero from his family. The Argentinian man was on the island of Porto Santo in Portugal when the coronavirus outbreak prompted officials to cancel all international flights to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, according to a recent report in The New York Times. But the shutdown sparked a new idea for the 47-year-old: take an 85-day sailboat journey instead. When Ballestero, an experienced sailor, embarked on the journey alone, it wasn’t without challenges. Cape Verde authorities prevented him from docking his Ohlson 29 boat to refuel and restock on food at one point, forcing him to head West and rely mostly on the wind to move. After nearly three months on the water, Ballestero reached his destination at Mar del Plata and documented some of the trip on Instagram. Before he could reunite with his relatives, however, he had to take a COVID-19 test, which came back negative within 72 hours. He said that entering the same port where his father’s boat was docked and “where I learned how to sail and...
    Nothing was about to keep Juan Manuel Ballestero from his family. The Argentinian man was on the island of Porto Santo in Portugal when the coronavirus outbreak prompted officials to cancel all international flights to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, according to a recent report in The New York Times. CORONAVIRUS: WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW But the shutdown sparked a new idea for the 47-year-old: take an 85-day sailboat journey instead. When Ballestero, an experienced sailor, embarked on the journey alone, it wasn’t without challenges. Cape Verde authorities prevented him from docking his Ohlson 29 boat to refuel and restock on food at one point, forcing him to head West and rely mostly on the wind to move. TEXAS TOWN’S ENTIRE POLICE DEPARTMENT PLACED UNDER CORONAVIRUS QUARANTINE, REPORT SAYS After nearly three months on the water, Ballestero reached his destination at Mar del Plata and documented some of the trip on Instagram. Before he could reunite with his relatives, however, he had to take a COVID-19 test, which came back negative within 72 hours. He said that entering the...
    Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.An Argentinian sailor crossed the Atlantic by boat to reunite with his parents during the coronavirus pandemic. Setting out from Portugal, Juan Manuel Ballestero, 47, charted a three-month-long voyage. When the pandemic hit, he was in the Portuguese archipelago of Madeira, and flights to Argentina were canceled. He grabbed some 200 euros he had saved, loaded up his boat “Skua” with food and set sail. The journey was not always smooth, with storms and strong winds constantly threatening Ballestero’s life. Juan Manuel Ballestero stands on his boat in Mar del Plata, Argentina, Thursday, June 18, 2020. Ballestero crossed the Atlantic on a small sailboat, setting off from the port of Porto Santo in Portugal on March 24 and finally reaching Mar del Plata on Wednesday to be reunited with his parents after flights to Argentina were cut due to the COVID-19 lockdown. (AP) “I wanted to be with them,” Ballestero told The Associated Press on Thursday while waiting in quarantine before...
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