Watch: Cristiano Ronaldo wins matches, Koke warns Spain ahead of Portugal clash

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Spain midfielder Koke has warned his team to be careful against forward Cristiano Ronaldo, when they face Portugal in their first group stage game of the 2018 World Cup.

Koke believes “Ronaldo wins matches” and could pose a threat for Spain when the two sides meet.

Find out what the Atletico Madrid star had to say, below, when he addressed the media!

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Watch: FIFA referees chairman Pierluigi Collina explains how VAR will be communicated to fans at the World Cup

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Pierluigi Collina will be eager to avoid any VAR controversy at the World Cup.

Veteran referee Pierluigi Collina has explained FIFA’s guidelines regarding VAR and how the use of the technology at the World Cup will be communicated to fans.

The system has come under scrutiny for leaving fans clueless and in the lurch while the referee views the screen.

Collina, the chairman of FIFA’s referees committee, says fans will get a message once the match referee’s final decision is made, and a clip of the incident will be replayed on the stadium’s screen.

Watch Collina’s full explanation of how VAR will be applied in Russia.

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Watch: Cyclist pedals from Saudi Arabia to Moscow in 75 days for World Cup 2018 opener

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Intrepid cyclist Fahed Ibrahim Al Yehia completed an epic journey from his home in Saudi Arabia to Moscow on Tuesday June 12.

Al Yehia arrives in the Russian capital ahead of Saudi Arabia’s World Cup opener against the host nation on Thursday.

“I’ve covered a distance of approximately 5,145 kms over 75 days with a pace of 100 kms per day and changing gear ratio 50 thousand times a day,” he said.

Watch the video below as Al Yehia’s recounts his journey including an accident he faced 500kms outside of Moscow.

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