• The Canadian Press

    Canada women remain unchanged at No. 6 in latest FIFA world rankings

    Canada remains unchanged at No. 6 in the latest FIFA women's rankings that see Cabo Verde and Saudi Arabia included for the first time. The top five is also the same with the U.S. on top, ahead of Germany, Sweden, England and France. Some 112 international matches were played, including the playoff tournament for this summer's FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, since the last rankings were released in December. The new rankings features 188 teams, which is 10 more than at the s

  • Planet Sport

    Andriy Shevchenko: Mykhailo Mudryk in good hands at Chelsea but have patience

    Mudryk, who joined from Shakhtar Donetsk in January for £88million, has so far had a limited impact at Stamford Bridge, with manager Graham Potter preferring Raheem Sterling and fellow new signing Joao Felix in the 22-year-old's favoured position on the outside of a forward three. The Ukraine winger has started just four out of 10 games, and despite a promising debut in the Premier League as a second-half substitute against Liverpool he has taken time to adjust to his first experience of football outside of his home country. The war in Ukraine as well as the domestic league's scheduled winter break had meant a disrupted 12 months, and he had not played competitively since November when he arrived in England.

  • Planet Sport

    Wayne Rooney not bitter about losing England goalscoring record to Harry Kane

    The current DC United manager had held the record since 2015, but Kane, who was making his 81st international appearance, surpassed his milestone from the spot in Thursday's 2-1 win in Naples. Rooney, who retired from international football in 2017, played alongside Kane in the early years of the Tottenham striker's career and anticipated big things from a player he likens to Cristiano Ronaldo.