Didier Drogba

Erling Haaland fulfills promise and does Didier Drogba’s celebration after goal

MANCHESTER — Erling Haaland scored twice as holders Manchester City cruised into the last 16 of the Champions League with two group games remaining after a 3-0 victory over Swiss side Young Boys on Tuesday.

Pep Guardiola's side maintained their 100% record and lead Group G with 12 points from four games. Young Boys, who were reduced to 10 men when Sandro Lauper was shown a red card in the 53rd minute, are fourth in the group with one point.

Didier Drogba, 43, Stars In Charity Match Alongside Samir Nasri, 34

If he were American, Didier Drogba would probably still be the starting striker for the USMNT. Instead, the 43-year-old former Chelsea star is spending this international break holding a charity match with his former club, Marseille. Even three years after he retired as a member of Phoenix Rising in the USL Championship, the Ivory Coast international’s still got it.

Samir Nasri, on the other hand, has been enjoying his retirement quite a bit, the 34-year-old having only announced he’s leaving the game a few weeks ago.

¿Se Unirá Cristiano Ronaldo A La Lista De Jugadores Que Han Vuelto A Sus Antiguos Clubes?

Ante las incesantes especulaciones sobre un posible regreso de Cristiano Ronaldo al Real Madrid, es interesante saber cómo les ha ido a los jugadores de élite que han retornado a sus antiguos clubes.

José Mourinho's Statistics Rant Includes An Outrageously Incorrect Claim

Tottenham manager José Mourinho was less than pleased when asked about Sky Sports pundit and former Arsenal player Paul Merson’s comments on Harry Kane not being able to score 25-30 goals a season under Mourinho's style of play. Rather than talking about Kane’s ability, Mourinho took a trip down memory lane to remind everyone of the strikers he's managed in the past.

Brace yourself for a tidal wave of numbers and averages, and pay close attention to Didier Drogba’s stats.

The 10 Greatest Africans To Play In The Premier League, Ranked

The English Premier League has been blessed with some of Africa’s best talent since the league's inception in 1992. Over the past decades, players from all over the continent have shown their skills and dazzled English fans. This list contains some of the greatest players to ever play in England’s top flight. Here are the ten best African players to play in the Premier League.

Ligue 1 Selected League's Best Striker Since 2000 And It's Not Who You Think

Ligue 1 had a difficult time remaining relevant even before the season was canceled and PSG was awarded the title for the seventh time in the last eight years. France’s top flight is often considered the weakest of the big five leagues in Europe or left out all-together. 

8 Years Ago Today, Drake Had His Greatest Night At Stamford Bridge

One of the most iconic friendships between icons in the football and music industry is Didier Drogba and Drake. The two superstars in their respective industries have had a long friendship and was best exemplified on April 4, 2012, when Drake watched Chelsea play at Stamford Bridge.

Drogba, Eto’o Slam French Doctors For Being Racist F*cks During The Pandemic

Two of the most iconic African footballers of all time took to social media to denounce disgustingly racist comments made on French television on Thursday. Former Barcelona, Inter Milan and Chelsea striker Samuel Eto’o quite rightly called them “sons of bitches.”

Professors Jean-Paul Mira and Camille Locht were discussing possible COVID-19 cures on French TV channel La Chaine Info on Thursday. Mira suggested to Locht the studies should be done in Africa.

Pulisic Passed Up For No. 10 Jersey As If He’s Not The Greatest Player To Ever Wear Chelsea Blue

Chelsea star winger Willian announced Monday that the club offered him Eden Hazard’s former number. The prized Chelsea No. 10 jersey goes to the Brazilian who is entering his seventh season with the Blues.

The Brazilian made 32 appearances last year and netted three goals, which concluded his second consecutive season with declining scores.

Didier Drogba Returns To Stamford Bridge, And It's For A Great Cause

For the first time in four years, one of Chelsea’s biggest stars will return to play at Stamford Bridge. On June 16, Didier Drogba will headline the 2019 Soccer Aid for Unicef, hosted at Stamford Bridge.

He will also be joined by England’s own Jamie and Harry Redknapp as well as Olympic legend Usain Bolt. This will be Drogba’s first appearance back home at the Bridge since 2015.