Anthony Joshua knocked out Klitchko


British boxer Anthony Joshua has kicked out Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko to win the World Heavyweight title.

Joshua needed to hold up till the eleventh round to procure triumph in what was an exceptionally aggressive battle.

With one moment left to the finish of the cycle, a whirlwind of punches from the youthful British boxer, including an enormous upper chop sent Klitschko down.

In spite of the fact that he wobbled to his feet, it wasn’t well before a privilege from Joshua removed the battle from him.



My surgery was successful -Mikel Obi


Former Chelsea football player Mikel Obi had a successful surgery today as posted on his Instagram page. The Tiajin TED football club midfielder said he will be going for rehab. The purpose for his surgery was not stated.

Manchester United football club Mourns there fans who died in calabar.


Manchester United mourns the death of there fans who died in the unfortunate event of electrocution in calabar yesterday while watching there game against Anderlecht.

Below is the twitt from from Manchester twitter handle.

Our thoughts go out to the United fans, their friends and families affected by the tragedy in Calabar, Nigeria, yesterday,

Olubayo one of Naija finest footballer passed on,on this day in 2011.


The Nigeria Football Federation has paid tribute to late Nigeria international, Olubayo Adefemi who died in the northern part of Greece on this day in 2011.

The former Skoda Xanthi defender was reported to be driving from Xanthi to Salonika in the Kavala region of northern Greece when he lost control of his car while on his way to finalize details of his wedding.

Adebayo was part of Nigeria’s squad that won silver in the 2005 Fifa u20 World Cup in Netherlands and 2008 Olympics Games in Beijing, with ten games and two goals in both tournaments.

The NFF took to Twitter to remember the late centre-back who made five apperances for the Super Eagles.

Chelsea beats Man City 2-1


Eden Hazard scored either side of Sergio Aguero’s equaliser at Stamford Bridge to secure a vital three points for the Premier League leaders.

The Belgium international was picked out by Cesar Azpilicueta on 10 minutes and swept the ball past goalkeeper Willy Caballero, who really should have done better.

Hazard was on top form today as he scored the two goals to keep Chealsea as the leader of the premiership table.

Arsenal secure 3 points against West Ham


Arsenal secured 3 points against West Ham to remain on the fifth sport of the premiership table.

After a quiet first half, Mesut Ozil, on his 150th appearance for the Gunners, fired home from the edge of the box after being gifted possession by Jose Fonte.

And the German, after playing a one-two with Alexis Sanchez, crossed for Theo Walcott – captain for the day in the absence of the injured Laurent Koscielny – to turn home from eight yards out.

And substitute Olivier Giroud curled in a fantastic third after being picked out by fellow substitute Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Arsenal rediscover form at crucial time

The Gunners had only won one and drawn another in their past six Premier League games, to leave their hopes of Champions League qualification – having reached the last 17 tournaments – in real jeopardy.

There were more protests against long-serving manager Arsene Wenger – with some Gunners fans not taking their seats until the 13th minute. It has been 13 years since they last won the league.

But it did not distract the team too much, admittedly against opposition in even worse form than themselves.

Arsenal had the best of the first half, but it was after the break they took control of the game.

Hammers keeper Darren Randolph was unhappy with Ozil’s opener as he felt Sanchez was offside and blocking his view, but referee Martin Atkinson did not care for his appeals.

The two Gunners stars both linked up to set up Walcott’s second, and then Giroud scored the game’s outstanding goal to clinch the match. The French striker, who replaced Danny Welbeck, has scored more Premier League goals as a substitute than anyone else this season – five.

Arsenal should have had a penalty in injury time when Sam Byram brought down Nacho Monreal.