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Barcelona dazes PSG in a dramatic comeback

Barcelona made Champions League history by becoming the first team to overturn a first-leg 4-0 deficit and knock out Paris St-Germain to reach the quarter-finals for the 10th successive season.

Barcelona looks up to Messi for a miracle against PSG

It will be dial ‘M for Miracle’ tonight at the Camp Nou. ‘M’ meaning Messi, he’s the only reason why anyone in Barcelona still believes their team can reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League after the 4-0 first-leg result against Paris Saint-Germain.

Alexis Sanchez threatens to leave Arsenal

Alexis Sanchez wants to quit Arsenal at the end of the season after the humiliation of being dropped by Arsene Wenger for Saturday’s 3-1 defeat by Liverpool.

Bellew beat me fair and square-Haye admits

David Haye admitted he was beaten 'fair and square' by rival Tony Bellew despite seemingly suffering an injury in the sixth round of their epic contest at the O2 Arena.

Cycling President set to contest for GOC position

President of the Ghana Cycling Federation(GCF) Mohammed Sahnoon has picked his form to contest for the position of the General Secretary of the Ghana Olympic Committee when the elections come off on March 15 in Accra.

FIFA to increase slots for African teams at the World Cup

Africa is now in the right position to win its first ever World Cup at the senior level after visiting FIFA President, Gianni Infantino has announced that Africa will get more than seven slots when the World Cup is expanded in 2026.

Decathlon set to open West Africa’s largest sports store in Accra

Decathlon, the leading French sports equipment and Sportswear Company is set to open West Africa’s largest sports store in Accra, come April 2017. Selling from an impressive 1,245 square meter area, the Decathlon Store will be located at the Junction Mall in Nungua, Accra.

FIFA President’s grand entry into Ghana

Smartly dressed executives of the Ghana Football Association(GFA) and hundreds of football lovers stormed the Kotoka International Airport to welcome President of FIFA, Gianni Infantino into the country.