Month: October 2018

FIFA – HOW THEY CHANGED THE WORLD

FIFA is undoubtedly one of the biggest and most popular sports competitions in the entire world with millions of viewers from all around the world and thousands of different players from different cultures and countries one must wonder how did FIFA begin in the
FIFA season but with that in mind this is actually a new series that we’re working on where we’re actually talking about how people countries and organizations change the world so if you guys really like this video give this a big thumbs up and if you guys want to know more how they change the world whether it be about countries or people do give these a big thumbs up because then we will do more how they change the world but either way today we are gonna look at FIFA and how this organization has changed things for the good but before we get into that guys I just want to remind you guys because this is all FIFA I wanna let you guys know about our sponsor and this is a sponsor that I’m like really happy that we have behind our backs because if you guys are FIFA people you guys will really benefit from this so this is one football this is a football app dedicated to providing the latest news transfer statistics and in match updates from over 160 leagues in16 languages to fans all around the world now one football it’s gonna be the only soccer app that you or football app that you will need because it’s got everything this app not only gives you updates during the games but it lets you read player profiles for each team and for this app it will allow you to follow expert analysis on major soccer matches including the MLS the FA Cup and the Champions League 
now at the time there was no standard form of the game in fact each school developed their own playing style depending on the type of ground and field that was available to them it’s kind of like when you play a game of pool at the bar you know how you’re always changing the rules yeah to benefit you trust me I know I do it all the time mm-hmm now it was these different circumstances that emerged a type of game that depended more on the players dribbling skills rather than the kind of robust energy in a rugby scrum and where that basically meant was some schools favoured that there was a more rugged sort of game where you could like grab the ball and run with it that sort of thing but as the game progressed into the 19th century people noticed a new attitude towards football and this attitude encouraged find qualities among men like loyalty and cooperation games during this time became an integral part of school curriculum and finally in 1863 things took a turn where there was an initiative that was began by the Cambridge University to lay down some standard uniforms and rules for the game that was to become football 

9 Best FIFA World Cup Matches

the FIFA World Cup over the decades has given us some great games it’s one of the biggest sporting events in the world so here’s a look at nine of the best FIFA World Cup matches everybody.
Brazil Thomas Muller opened the scoring after 11 minutes then Germany scored for gold in the space of six minutes and that was that in the end Germany beat Brazil 7 to 1 all right so let’s take a look at Chile versus Italy in 1962 this match was a simple group stage match between Chile and Italy and it went into one of the most infamous and controversial games of World Cup history the game set a record for an unprecedented amount of foul play players were punched and spat on and like the police had to come and intervene on three occasions to stop the violence Chile actually ended up winning to nil but many call the victory super disgraceful and they’re like yeah now this is completely ruining the name of football at number 6 we have Netherlands vs. West Germany in the Year 1974.
Dutch national team rules regarded as one of the best teams to ever win a World Cup many call the Dutch as football’s eternal nearly men their record stands at three finals three defeats now it’s said that when the Dutch had their best team they lost out to a combination of infighting as well as bad luck and the year 1974 in the finals the Netherlands and West Germany set the trend the next match to look at is a 1970s match between Brazil and England Brazil went on to beat England 1 nil but the match will be remembered for two moments the first of which was the save so the England star player Gordon banks was able to produce one of the greatest saves of all time stopping Kelly’s shot now the second moment was the handshake that followed the match as Pele and more exchanged their football jerseys as a sign of respect between the two of them yeah one of the finest moments in football sportsmanship that you’ll ever see okay so let’s go a bit further back in the year 1950 we have
Brazil and Uruguay many people predicted that the World Cup final of the 1950 between Brazil and Uruguay would be the moment that would be Brazil’s first World Cup victory but Uruguay’s national team had different plans you see not only did they buy two copies of the newspapers that predicted brazil’s assumed victory and pissed all over them but also in front of the world record crowd of 200,000 people Uruguay defeated Brazil two-to-one in what became known as the Marikana disaster here we have Brazil again but this time vs. Sweden in the 1958 World Cup now they don’t call
Pele the greatest football player of all time for nothing you see not only did he score more than ones in the World Cup finals in the 1958 but he also managed  to make it one of the greatest goals of all time at the age of just 17 years old