FOOTBALL – On Tuesday, Schalke equalled their biggest CL home defeat and Chelsea equalled their biggest CL away win as the London side triumphed 5-0 in Gelsenkirchen. Was the run of play representative for that outcome? Our Wave says yes, especially in the first half when it was all Chelsea.
TENNIS – The 2014 ATP World Tour officially ended with Switzerland’s first ever win in the Davis Cup final. With this win, Roger Federer added another price to his trophy case and finished his season on an incredible high. Click on continue reading to see how the big guns in tennis performed in 2014. Continue reading
FOOTBALL – At the end of the day, Manchester United walked out of the Emirates Stadium with three points. Our Wave suggests that Arsenal dominated sizeable portions of this match, especially in the first half, and may regret the outcome.
FORMULA ONE – This weekend, Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will battle for the drivers’ title in the last race of the 2014 F1 season in Abu Dhabi. Our infographic shows which finish will secure Nico Rosberg of the title as well as an overview of the 2014 season.
FORMULA ONE – How would double points in last race have influenced previous F1 seasons in outcome to the drivers’ title?
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are both in contention to win Formula One world championship. Because of the double points in the last race in Abu Dhabi, Nico Rosberg has an improved chance to win. Continue reading
FOOTBALL – Netherlands defeated Latvia 6-0 in their Euro qualifier on Sunday. The wave showed the Dutch (Orange) kept the foot on the pedal almost the entire match. Latvia (Blue) only showed some action around the 75th minute when they had a shot on goal and a shot wide. Continue reading
FOOTBALL – Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 450th official goal for club and country on Friday. Ronaldo has reached this tally in 703 official matches. It was his 52nd goal for the Portuguese national team. He is already his country’s all-time leading goalscorer. Ronaldo made his 117th appearance for Portugal and is now only 10 shy of the national team record of 127 held by Luis Figo. Ronaldo has scored his 450 goals for Real Madrid (275), Manchester United (118), Portugal (52) and Sporting CP (5).