DOHA, Qatar (AP) — Kylian Mbappé is the top scorer. Lionel Messi has been thrilling fans with his goals and dribbles. So what about Cristiano Ronaldo, one of the other superstars at the World Cup? OK, he's broken a tournament record by becoming the first player to score a goal at five World Cups, but since converting that penalty in Portugal's opening game, Ronaldo has had a rather quiet time of it. Maybe he's about to burst into life in the knockout stage — and erase a blemish in his glittering
The Three Lions play France in a World Cup quarter-final next Saturday, but Sterling’s future involvement in Qatar is now in doubt
According to The Sun, the Red Devils view the 23-year-old as an ideal replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo.