Copa America 2019: Brazil coach Tite tells Lionel Messi to show some respect following his rant against CONMEBOL
Brazil coach Tite told Lionel Messi to show some respect following claims from the Argentina captain that the Copa America had been fixed so the hosts would win.
Ten-man Brazil held on to win the Copa America on home soil despite Gabriel Jesus's dismissal with a 3-1 victory over Peru on Sunday.
Copa America 2019: 'It's an ideal time to play Brazil,' says Peru coach Ricardo Gareca ahead of continental final
While he said he'd analyzed all of Brazil's matches, Gareca insisted he'd taken no hints from Venezuela and Paraguay, two sides who kept a clean sheet against the hosts
Cesar kept a clean sheet on Saturday night at the historic Maracana stadium as his team beat America 2-0 in the second round of the Brazilian championship.
Wrestler Sakshi Malik, who won India's first medal in the Rio Olympics, was on Sunday announced as the country's flagbearer at the Summer Games Closing Ceremony.
More than 41,000 tickets have been sold for the closing ceremony of the 2016 Olympic Games, spokesman for the RIO-2016 organising committee Mario Andrada has said.
The world was enthralled by the vibrant Rio Olympics 2016 ceremony in Rio and here how top personalities reacted at the ceremony
There's nothing like the unique Brazilian vibe — and the opening ceremony for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro will see no shortage of samba, culture, diversity and history as the South American nation proudly showcases its traditions and environmental wonders.
Focused on winning their first ever Olympic medal, the Indian archers will give tomorrow's much-awaited opening ceremony of the Rio Games a miss.
The race for the medal will take place across 32 venues in Rio de Janeiro, apart from five football co-host cities
FIFA has acknowledged being embarrassed by a security lapse that let ticketless Chile fans rampage into the Maracana Stadium.
Here is each and every detail you need to know about every stadium which will be used for Brazil 2014.
A report stated the organisation had 30 days to provide a satisfactory response. Failure to do so could result in the stadium's closure.
Amidst protests against the 2014 World Cup and the spending of incredible amounts of money on the building of stadium the real question to football fans from Rio de Janeiro is – was it all worth it?
Soccer's world governing body FIFA already prohibits flags and instruments at its matches such as World Cup games.