2018 has been one of a superb year for the sports lover. From a classic World Cup to a Champions League final, the Ballon d’Or to the commonwealth games that had everything and We came up with a list of our most memorable moments of the year .
1. Kylian Mbappe Lottin the 20 years old sensation became the first player after Pele to score in the world cup final.
Mbappé is a forward who has appeared in 12 matches this season in Ligue 1, playing a total of 926 minutes. Mbappé Lottin scores an average of 1.26 goals for every 90 minutes that he’s on the pitch. This attacking performance currently places him at 1st out of 354 players in Ligue 1 who’ve played at least 3 matches.
In the current season, Kylian Mbappe Lottin scored 25 goals.9 goals in the national team( Nations League Division A, World cup, Friendlies).In the club, he scored 16 goals( Ligue 1, League Cup, Champions League). Kylian Mbappe Lottin this seasons has also noted 6 assists, played 1723 minutes, with 15 times he played the game in the first line.
Kylian Mbappe Lottin shots an average of 0.84 goals per game in club competitions.Last season his average was 0.43 goals per game, he scored 21 goals in 49 club matches.
In the current season for PSG Kylian Mbappe Lottin gave a total of 46 shots, of which 23 were shots on goal.
2. Luka Modric has won everything possible at club level for Real Madrid, including the FIFA Club World Cup, but many believe Russia 2018 is his last chance to deliver on the international stage.
Although he had some joy at UEFA EURO 2008, when he was included in the team of the tournament, he has so far had no such luck at the FIFA World Cup. Two substitute appearances at Germany 2006 and three matches without distinction at Brazil 2014 are hardly fitting for such a sublime playmaker.
There is no question this unassuming star can deliver for his country when it matters though: over both legs in the World Cup play-off against Greece, Modric was the heart and brains of the team. In 2018 modric displayed tremendous skills during his play at the world cup, He drove Croatia to the finals of the world cup, where they lost to France. The Croatia captain lost world just by a step, but managed to win champions league third time in a row and FIFA club world cup second time in a row.
3. North and South Korea marched together under one flag at the Olympics
North and South Korea marched under a united flag at the 2018 Winter Olympics opening ceremony in Pyeongchang on Friday in a symbolic break in tensions between the two nations over North Korea’s nuclear program.
Athletes from the two countries entered the Pyeongchang Olympic stadium together, joined hands, and marched under the Korean Unification flag, which displays the entire Korean peninsula in blue against a white backdrop.
4. The Copa Libertadores final got postponed after River Plate fans attacked Boca Juniors team bus. The second leg was eventually played at Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu
This two-legged final has been denied its second game in Buenos Aires due to the bad behaviour of a few and the incompetence of the Argentine authorities in protecting the Boca bus on its way to the stadium for the return leg (after the two teams drew 2-2 at La Bombonera), which was eventually suspended and later rearranged to take place in Madrid. From one corner of the world to another. This event went on to become second most important event after the world cup.
5. Belgium won the Men’s Hockey World Cup, the first time the team had won a world-level event
Belgium won a tense penalty shootout 3-2 against three-times champions the Netherlands to win their first men’s hockey World Cup title at Bhubaneswar’s Kalinga Stadium.
Olympic silver medallist Belgium created history by eking out a 3-2 win in the penalty shoot-out after the final match of the game’s showpiece event ended in a goalless draw.
It was a great day for Belgium hockey as the country registered its second biggest international title after the Olympics silver in Rio in 2016.