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Portuguese striker Andre Silva, who nike soccer cleats was unacceptable in Serie A last season, played a hat trick in his first La Liga match.

Last summer, AC Milan spent 38 million euros to sign Andre Silva, but the Portuguese striker suffered a long ball in the Serie A match, the league played 24 games, only scored 2 goals. I have been playing in the 28th round of the league before I won the first goal of my Serie A.

This summer, Nike Phantom VSN Andrei Silva joined Sevilla as a loaner. After only a week of training with the team, he quickly gained a foothold and became the team’s starting forward.

In the first game of Sevilla and Vallecano, Andrei Silva scored in the 32nd, 46th and 80th minutes respectively, and he scored a single hat trick. The number of goals scored in the game exceeded the number of goals scored in the league last season.

The last player who staged the high top soccer cleats hat-trick in the first show of La Liga was Romaño, which dates back to 1993. Andre Silva also became the fourth player in the history of the Sevilla team, the first show of La Liga hat-trick players.

No suspense, “Marca” after the game players score, Andre Silva scored the team’s highest score.

messi football boots According to Argentine media reports, Argentine star Messi once again showed kindness

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According to Argentine media reports, Argentine star Messi once again showed kindness. Recently, he donated a huge sum to UNICEF to help children and young children in need.

Through his own foundation, Messi donated 4.21 million pesos to the UNICEF Argentina branch. Converted into RMB about 1 million yuan.

In the program on Channel 13 in Argentina, the host Katsska announced the news, he disclosed: “Another year, the Messi Foundation joined the ‘Promoting the Sun for Children’ event, the Messi Foundation donated 421 Wansuo. We want to pay tribute to Messi and pay tribute to his family.”

In 2010, Messi soccer cleats was invited to be a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF. So far, he has been a goodwill ambassador for 8 years. Messi is the first player in the Barcelona team to be a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador. But this is not the first cooperation between Barcelona and UNICEF. As early as July 2006, Barcelona signed a contract with UNICEF and printed the UNICEF name and emblem on the chest of the player’s shirt. Previously in the world of football, Beckham also held this position.

Messi, who is full of love, adidas soccer cleats often participates in charity and charity activities after becoming famous. He has his own foundation and often participates in some charity friendly matches. During his time, he also made donations to UNICEF and the United Nations Food Program. Messi has never hesitated in the interests of poor children in his hometown and around the world. In 2017, Messi and his girlfriend Antonella married in their hometown of Rosario, after which Messi donated the remaining food and drink to charity.

Before the World Cup, Messi soccer cleats announced that he would donate 10,000 school meals to poor children in Latin America and the Caribbean for every 1 ball in the official FIFA event.

Barcelona officially announced that adidas soccer cleats midfielder Andre Gomez was loaned to join Premier League Everton

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Barcelona officially announced that adidas soccer cleats midfielder Andre Gomez was loaned to join Premier League Everton.

Barcelona announced that adidas nemeziz 18.1 soccer cleats Ann Gomez had leased to join Everton. In the announcement, Barcelona said that Gomez would be leased to Everton for one year, while the rental fee was 2.25 million euros.

Gomez moved from Valencia to Adidas Predator 18+ FG Barcelona in the 2016-17 season, when the transfer fee was 35 million euros and there was a floating prize of 20 million euros. In the two seasons for Barcelona, Gomez played 78 times and scored 3 goals.

players the opportunity to trial the adidas X 18+, Predator 18+ and Nemeziz 18+ in the electric Energy Mode Pack

The #CreatorExperience by adidas made its way to Blaine, MN for the 2018 Schwan’s USA Cup. Featuring over 500 youth clubs, the USA Cup is one of the largest youth soccer tournaments in the Western Hemisphere, bringing in teams from all over the world including California, Belgium, and Brazil. The #CreatorExperience allowed players the opportunity to trial the adidas X 18+, Predator 18+ and Nemeziz 18+ in the electric Energy Mode Pack.

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In between matches, players tested the adidas soccer cleats on the 2 v 2 stage and through agility course challenges. Lance, from Futboleros, stated his favorite cleat from the new adidas pack is the adidas X 18+ because it combined speed and vibrancy through the colorway. This revolutionary, laceless boot comes in bold, bright blue and fluorescent yellow, a first in the X silo. adidas soccer technology also added the speedmesh upper to the X18 offering a controlled and padded touch on the boot without restricting movement of the player.

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The vibrant Energy Mode pack excited players and created a buzz around the tournament. USA Cup director Jen Een stated the #CreatorExperience was amazing opportunity for the players in attendance.

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The ‘Just Do It’ pack is set to take centre stage at this years Fifa World Cup, with the Hypervenom Phantom 3 getting a stunning Volt infused overhaul

The ‘Just Do It’ pack is set to take centre stage at this years Fifa World Cup, with the Hypervenom Phantom 3 getting a stunning Volt infused overhaul.

The footballing world comes together in little over two weeks to scream at the tv, sing till their voices have gone and to urge their national side to victory. Each side will be preparing to compete for the most prestigious trophy in football and Nike have made sure the boots are up for the challenge.


With their recent release of the ground breaking Next Gen boot sending fans into meltdown, Nike have once again proved top dogs in the market with their new ‘Just Do It’ pack. Leading with their strong Mercurial 360, the packs also features the other fan favourites, such as the Magista’s, Tiempo’s and of course, the Nike Hypervenom Phantom III Elite FG.

The striking Volt infused silo has a lot more to it than just a simple colour update. The pure white construction features 3m of Flyknit cables, packing 3 times as much as their previous releases, turning those hard to take chances into unstoppable finishes. Speed, comfort and control are part of every footballers game, which is why the new Hypervenom Phantom’s come built with multi-layerd Poron foam pads that turn rigid when impact is made, creating a fast acting strike zone and unbelievable comfort.


Creating style like no other, Nike have re-designed and re-shaped the plate. The stunning Chrome Volt colours now sits on a Hybrid Plate, enabling ultimate response for the forefoot and allowing you to play to your highest level. The fit comes in the shape of a Dynamic fit collar, technology engineered by Nike that brings the boot and leg together as one, almost like they are part of your leg forever.


Featured on every heel counter is a triangle with 32 lines, each line representing the 32 countries taking part in the tournament. All Nike players will have the option of populating that triangle with a graphic representing their country’s flag is a bold display of national pride. A nice touch from Nike. Finishing off the excellent product is a very nice, unique packaging design. The shoebox has the word ‘Nike Football’ printed in different languages, representing each country taking part in this years tournament.


I for one cannot wait to see these nike football boots in action, especially if it results in a goal for England..or two. The Just Do It pack is available now.

2018 World Cup Adidas Telstar Predator 18+ fg football boots hot sale online shop

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Inspired by the adidas Telstar Mechta Match Ball, which will be used for the knockout stages of the 2018 World Cup. The Adidas Telstar Predator 18+ replicates the same colour palette seen on the football to pay tribute to the tournament’s host nation. Delivering a 360 engineered fit from heel to toe, these adidas Predator 18+ FG football boots utilise lightweight Primeknit material in the upper for enhanced touch and feel.

Primeknit is also used in the stretchy Sockfit collar to expand with the shape of your foot and allow easy entry while an anatomical curve mimics the heel shape for total lockdown.

The Purecut laceless forefoot removes any unnecessary layers for the closest touch and the Controlskin vamp keeps the ball glued to your feet in all conditions.

Support zones have been integrated into the forged knit midfoot to create stability on the lateral and medial side without an external cage or internal tongue.

Boost cushioning returns energy with every step you take and the Controlframe outsole with high performance polyamide injected layers provides high speed stability.

Designed for optimal performance on firm ground, the configuration of hybrid stud tips amplify rotation and traction.

Please note: The chrome coating on the bottom of this shoe will wear off during play, but will not affect the performance of this product.

The Pack will give us the first ever blackout Superfly 6 and Vapor 12 boots and the new nike PhantomVSN football boots

One of the toughest times in football is the summer break. It’s not only hard for the fans, because there isn’t any football, but it’s hard for the players as well. However, the summer break is equal to pre-season, and the mission to get ready for a new season of challenges.

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The summer break is here and it’s time to choose your weapon for the pre-season mission. The Stealth Ops Pack is all about giving the players the boots they need, to get ready for a new series of challenges and trophies. Made in a classic blackout colourway, with silver-ish details that gives the boots a lethal touch. This pack is more than just blackout. The Pack will give us the first ever blackout Superfly 6 and Vapor 12 boots and the new nike PhantomVSN boots.

The Mercurial Superfly and Vapor are made with metallic details which gives the boots a stealthy look. Made for the players who use their speed to strike and end everything before anyone noticed it. Furthermore, an iridescent effect is added to the Swoosh and the ‘M’ on the heel, to finish the simple design.

Moving on to the Hypervenom and Tiempo. The Tiempo is, as per usual, kept simple to maintain the classy tone of the leather boot. Besides completely black, the boot also features a metallic iridescent look. The Hypervenom is a bit more detailed than the other boots due to the pod structure on the forefoot. The metallic or silver-ish tone is placed between the pods, which gives us a look of a silver net, which is placed over the boot. The heel of the Hypervenom also features the metallic branding.

Lastly, we mustn’t forget the newly added weapon to your loadout. The black football boots which is made for The General of the mission, the player who orchestrates the attacks with his deadly vision. The Nike PhantomVSN is made with different shades of black due to the different textured Flyknit areas of the boot, while the metallic brands finishes the look.

Have you found your weapon for the pre-season? Then gear up, brief the tactics and work hard for the new season! The Stealth Ops Pack is made for you who wants to change the game.

South America’s Teams Face Tough Challenge On The Road To 2022

A fourth consecutive European win, three of those triumphs emerging from all European finals, no South American interest beyond the quarter final. There is no doubt that this is a disappointment.

But, on the other hand, eventual 2018 champions France were made to work for a narrow group phase win against Peru, who until comparatively recently had become whipping boys in their own continent, especially away from home. Peru performed with credit, and gave another indication of South America’s strength in depth. They deserved better fortune, becoming one of just two of the continent’s sides who failed to make the group phase in the last three tournaments. And with a young side, they can hope to be back and better in 2022.


First, of course, they will have to qualify. It may not be easy. Altitude aside, Bolivia would not seem to have a great deal to contribute to the next qualification campaign. Ecuador were the early leaders in the race to Russia, only to fall away alarmingly. They are currently negotiating with Hernan Dario Gomez, the Colombian who took them to their World Cup Football Boots debut in 2002 (and who was in charge of Panama this time). Venezuela hope to make it to their first ever World Cup, building their hopes around the group of players who reached the final of last year’s Under-20 tournament. Chile have already began their rebuilding process, while Paraguay have some interesting attacking midfielders to add to their customary resilience.

None of these sides, though, are likely to be serious challengers to win the World Cup in 2022. Four nations are entitled to the faith that, with a break or two along the way, they might have enough to put in a challenge.

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One is Colombia, who let themselves down in their defeat to England. Their 2018 tragedy was that the combined playmaking talents of James Rodriguez and Juan Fernando Quintero were only really available for one game – the 3-0 win over Poland, one of the finest displays of the competition. On the plus side, they would seem to have recuperated Quintero after his wilderness years, and he and James could hit a peak together in Qatar.

This type of midfield quality is vital – because one area in which South America has clearly fallen behind the best Europeans is the production of midfielders capable of running the game from box to box; we can cite Luca Modric, Kevin De Bruyne or even Paul Pogba as examples.

Uruguay look best equipped to meet this challenge; Rodrigo Bentacur was not always at his best in Russia, but showed flashes of genuine quality Lucas Torreira has emerged as an all-pitch problem solver and they also have Federico Valverde to slot back once he has fully recovered from the injury problems that cost him momentum earlier in the year. The strike pairing of Luis Suarez and Edinson Cavani will surely be past their best in 2022, so much may depend on the development of Maxi Gomez as a replacement. But in terms of midfield resources, Uruguay should be stronger in Qatar than they were in Russia.

Brazil must envy Uruguay’s strength in this area. Part of the story of their Russian experience lies in an ultimately unsuccessful attempt to shoehorn Phillippe Coutinho into operating as an all round midfielder. Some midfield hopes have disappointed on contact with top class European football. Perhaps the story of Arthur, the Iniesta-lookalike just signed by Barcelona, will be different. If so, then Brazil become candidates to win the second Asian World Cup, just as they went home from the first in 2002.

And then there is Argentina. Maybe their 2022 side will be built around the talents of Giovane Lo Celso, a playmaker in Argentine football who with PSG has been learning, and not always the easy way, the defensive demands of the all round midfielder’s role. Lo Celso was one of just 3 members of the Argentina squad who saw no action in Russia – curious, since he looked impressive in their only warm up friendly, against Haiti. Lo Celso could be an important player in Qatar. But first Argentina have to get there. And as it stands, they have no coach and no clear plan. Fifteen of the squad who went to Russia are over 30. A complete rebuilding process is needed, and there is a dearth of outstanding young players in many positions. Things could get worse before they get better.

With the end of the World Cup 2018 we turn our attention to domestic football. Stay up to date with all the news and transfers by clicking on the highlighted links.

Do you like the blue and white Adidas Nemeziz football boots from the Team Mode pack

Following its debut in late May, the Adidas Nemeziz 18.1 cleats will receive a cool, predominantly blue update to kick off the 2018-2019 season in August.


This is the ‘Team Mode’ Adidas Nemeziz 18.1 boots in ‘Football Blue’ and white.

Another clean, almost one-colored effort, the Team Mode Adidas Nemeziz 18-19 cleats are all-blue with white 3 Stripes on the outstep and a monochrome inside. A subtle zig-zag knit pattern is visible all over the upper of the Adidas Nemeziz Team Mode boots.


The blue Adidas Nemeziz 2018-19 boots still come with the silo’s trademark tape-inspired design, with the most obvious difference that the upper is a bit thicker to offer more comfort and better ball control than the first generation. The collar around the ankle is more narrow for better lockdown. The sole plate hasn’t undergone any changes at all from Adidas Nemeziz 17 to 18.


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World Cup 2018: The Winners and Losers , France vs Croatia 4:2,France won the World Cup

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France won the World Cup, but that is far from the whole story. So many players and teams came out of the tournament on towering highs or devastating lows. Here are some of the winners and losers of the 2018 World Cup.


Croatia It’s odd to call a team that just lost the biggest game in its history a winner, but Croatia did everything but lift the Cup in a month to remember. Six straight wins over Nigeria, Argentina, Iceland, Denmark, host Russia, and England was one of the most impressive ever World Cup runs by any nation, much less one with only four million people. Luka Modric won the most valuable player award, but if one Croatia player came out with the biggest boost to his stock it was midfielder Ivan Perisic, despite his disputed handball in the final. A fine player for Inter Milan, he may now be in for a big money move to Manchester United, which has wanted him for some time.

Belgium Everyone expected Belgium to one day break through, and this was the tournament, with a run to the semifinals that including a signature quarterfinal win over Brazil. Some nations’ Golden Generations are busts; though it did not win the tournament, this one lived up to expectations.

Japan Drawn into a tough group, it beat Colombia and sneaked through on a tiebreaker, then went up 2-0 on Belgium before running out of gas. Still, it was the only Asian team to advance.

Kylian Mbappé He was certainly well known to soccer fans, but the World Cup was his coming out party. He had four goals, lifted the trophy at age 19 and is set to become the heir to the aging superstars Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. Transfermarkt rates him as the sixth most valuable player in the world at $140 million dollars; P.S.G. would certainly want significantly more than that to part with him.

Russia Ranked as one of the weakest teams in the tournament coming in, Russia parlayed home field advantage into a quarterfinal berth, its finest finish since the Soviet days. Despite some pretournament misgivings from some commentators, it won mostly positive reviews as a host nation, as well, as the Cup was peaceful, smoothly run and entertaining.

Denis Cheryshev A surprise late selection for Russia, he was barely expected to play until Alan Dzagoev was injured. He capitalized to score four goals in the tournament. The downside: His father, apparently misquoted, said Cheryshev had taken growth hormone.

Sergej Milinkovic-Savic Maybe you didn’t notice this guy in Serbia’s midfield, but a lot of Europe’s big clubs did. Manchester United and Chelsea are rumored to want to grab him from Lazio.

V.A.R. Not every decision was unanimously praised. But the system was fast, and righted a good number of wrongs. We’ll be seeing more of it to come.

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Africa No one expected an African winner, but surely one or two of its five entrants would make the knockout round. Instead, the continent was 3-10-2. The bright spot was Senegal, which beat Poland and was eliminated on the sixth tiebreaker. The poor showing is a bad omen for the future: When the Cup expands to 48 teams in 2022 or 2026, there will be nine African teams. How will Burkina Faso (currently ranked ninth in Africa) fare?

Germany The team that demolished Brazil 7-1 and won the 2014 World Cup was a bust four years later. It dominated much of the play and got off more shots per game than any other team. The shots just didn’t go in; it scored two goals. Germany was 1-2, including an embarrassing loss to South Korea, which had lost its first two games.

Mexico Drawn into a tough group, Mexico played well to advance. And its knockout opponent was Brazil, so a loss hardly seemed like a disgrace. But it was the seventh straight round of 16 loss for Mexico, a streak its fans are desperate to break. Maybe in 2022.

Panama 0-3. 1-6. 1-2. Panama was delighted to qualify for its first World Cup, ahead of the United States. But its performances were uniformly poor, and it wound up 32nd of 32 teams.

Lionel Messi His legacy as an all-time great is secure, but there are plenty of people who say that to be considered the greatest ever he needs to win a World Cup. Argentina never looked like a threat, drawing Iceland, losing to Croatia, and finally being eliminated in a rollicking 4-3 game with France. Messi will be 35 in 2022.

Neymar No one’s crying for Neymar, one of the world’s most valuable (and richest) players. But Brazil underachieved in the World Cup, and Neymar’s two goals and one assist did not impress. Worse, he was frequently cited as one of the tournament’s most egregious divers, not something to polish a legacy.

Fox It’s a quadrennial ritual to bash the English language coverage of the Cup in the U.S. And yes, it happened again. In particular, fans complained that Fox sent only two of its announcing teams to Russia, calling the rest of the games off television from Los Angeles (they sent a third midway through the tournament). And the ratings were down, in part because the United States tea