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Brazil and Argentina To Face Off At The 46th Copa América Final

Argentina is through to the 2021 Copa América final following a dramatic semifinal clash at the Estadio Nacional de Brasilia which saw La Albiceleste beat Colombia 3-2 on penalties a day after host Brazil sneaked past a durable Peru side 1-0, courtesy of a goal from Lucas Paqueta in the first half.

Rafael Benitez Appointed As Everton New Manager

Former Liverpool, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Newcastle, and Dalian Yifang Manager, Rafael Benitez has returned to the Premier League having been appointed as the new Everton boss on a three-year deal, replacing Carlo Ancelotti who left Goodison Park to return to Real Madrid earlier this month.

UEFA Abolishes Away Goals Rule In UEFA Club Competitions

UEFA has confirmed the away goals rule will be abolished from European competitions, with the change being put into place in time for the 2021-22 season. The away goals rule has been in place since 1965 but will now no longer be used to decide knockout matches in UEFA club competitions, including the Champions League and Europa League.

Toni Kroos Retires From International Football

Germany and Real Madrid midfielder, Toni Kroos has announced his retirement from the German national team after 11 years at a relatively young age of 31. The former German Footballer of the Year has achieved both individually and with the team. 

Frank Onyeka To Become Brentford First Premier League Signing

Premier League newcomers Brentford is in the final stage of concluding a deal to sign Nigeria's and FC Midtjylland's midfielder, Frank Onyeka as they seek to strengthen their ranks and also to have a successful first top-flight campaign.

Cristiano Ronaldo Becomes Joint All-time International Goalscorer

Cristiano Ronaldo double against world champion France on Wednesday has made him the tournament's highest goal scorer with five goals, 14 European Championship goals, 6 world cups goal, amounting to 20 - more than anyone else, and 109 international goals in 178 appearances for Portugal to match that of former Iranian striker, Ali Daei's tally.

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