Football: Dieumerci Mbokani goes to Kuwait | DW Sport | dw

  Football: Dieumerci Mbokani goes to Kuwait |  DW Sport |  dw

Ukrainian champion with Dynamo Kiev, Anderlecht and Belgian champion with Standard, Diemersi Mobokani rounds out his European experience. Free from any contract, the Royal Antwerp striker will play alongside Nigerian John Obi Mikel at Kuwait SC from 2018 until 2023. Aged 35, the Kinshasa native has scored 14 goals in 35 appearances in all competitions during the 2020/2021 season with Belgium. Club Royal Antwerp. The Antwerp club which nevertheless pushed the Congolese striker to Soperty.

UEFA announces best Euro target

Over 800,000 Internet users took part in the vote in 24 hours and were chosen as one of ten goals chosen by the European Football Authority’s technical observers. And it was the incredible lob of Czech Patrick Schick who was voted the most beautiful goal of the tournament. Bayer Leverkusen striker Patrick Schick stunned the football world with his lob goal from midfield, especially against Scotland (over 45m) in the group stage. The record for the most goals scored in a World Cup or Euro since 1980. Also in the race were goals from Paul Pogba against Switzerland or Lorenzo Insigne against Belgium.

Olympic Games Preparation

The preparation time is a week before the start of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. Breakdance is one of the opening ceremonies. So breakdancers will take part in a competition to determine the best: “hope it will be followed by a positive result“Fabiano L√≥pez of Brazil, thinks breakdancer in competition.”As far as judging, it ain’t all about me“Added the Brazilian breakdancer who ultimately believes that the most important thing is to advance the culture and art of breakdance

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Breakdancing is a street dance style that originated among African American and Puerto Rican youth in New York City in the early 1970s. But later it spread to Europe and the world.

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