Sports Khabib defeats McGregor by comparing him to Real Madrid
Carvajal joins Ramos & Hazard on Real Madrid injury list as defender sees thigh problem confirmed
The Blancos full-back picked up a knock in a La Liga meeting with Valencia and is now facing up to several weeks on the sidelinesThe 29-year-old full-back lasted less than 28 minutes against Los Che at Santiago Bernabeu on Sunday before being forced from the field.
The Russian MMA champion smashes his biggest rival by comparing him to Real Madrid.Recently, Khabib Nurmagomedov was arrested by FC Barcelona on social networks, he who is a big football fan and notorious supporter of Real Madrid. Asked to change his mind and pledge allegiance to Barça, Khabib politely refused, arguing that he has been a Real fan since 1998. So much a fan that he uses the Merengue club as a measure of greatness ... "McGregor is not Real Madrid "Asked about a possible return to form of his big MMA rival Conor McGregor, Khabib believes that the Irishman cannot hope to return to his best level, since he is not Real Madrid . “No man can ever have two peaks in his career,” he said in an interview with Magomed Ismailov. "It's not specifically about McGregor. I'm telling you that in general a man can't peak twice in his life. A team can do it. Real Madrid can peak in 2000 and then at new with wins in 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018. A team can do this because they have players and a rotation. But speaking of boxers, wrestlers and MMA fighters, you can never reach twice your summit. ", thundered the Russian champion, referring to the titles of Real in the Champions League. A beautiful metaphor ...
Navas prefers PSG to Real Madrid .
Keylor Navas spoke about his relationship with Paris Saint-Germain in an interview for the club's official magazine. © Supplied by Football 365 Keylor Navas Arrived in the summer of 2019 from Real Madrid, Keylor Navas continues to amaze the followers of Paris Saint-Germain with his consistency and his leadership. And the least we can say is the Costa Rican goalkeeper has flourished in Paris. Even more than in Madrid.