Over the past ten years, we have witnessed outstanding exploits and memorable defeats, just like when you spend hours and a lot of money playing CasinoChan login. Let’s start this overview with Spanish domination, at least in the early 2010s

2008-2012: 4 years of Spanish reign without a challenger

For 4 years, between 2008 and 2012, La Roja (the Red) devastated everything like a hurricane to quote Brad King of Casinoshub: it took over Euro 2008, the 2010 World Cup and the Euro 2012.

After a phase of decline, the new coach, Luis Aragones chooses to renew the workforce and asks them to give their full measure. Spain is the 2004 Junior World Champion and can rely on these new talents, with Fernando Torres and David Villa. We have to wait until 2008 to see this change being crowned with success. We owe it to the strategy of the Tiki-Taka, which, with a touch of the ball, puts pressure on the opposing defense, sending the ball into the feet of the best placed attacker, to end up in their net. We remember very good effective duos, like Xavi-Iniesta, or Villa-Torres, with an excellent defense from Puyol and Ramos, protecting the best goalkeeper of the moment: Iker Casillas. He did not concede a goal between 2008 to 2012, in a match counting for a direct elimination!

Spain recorded 70 victories for 2 defeats between the start of Euro 2008 and before the 2014 World Cup. Historically, it is tied with Brazil and the biggest nations.

2017: Barcelona’s Remontada in front of their home crowd, 6-1

Paris Saint-Germain, since 2011, owned by Qatar, literally erases Barcelona, in the first leg, by 4 to 0. The reversal of the trend seems unlikely. It would be enough for him to “limit the damage”, even if we expect to face the rage of the Catalans. The Parisian camp suddenly conceded 3 masterful goals in less than 8 minutes and can no longer recover. This match is the best comeback ever recorded in the UEFA Cup! PSG “will take revenge” by buying Neymar from him, the same year, at the Mercato!

1998 -2018: France world champion!

Should we wait 20 years, a generation of players, for the French team to bring out the best in itself? 1998 had been memorable, with crowds flooding the Champs-Élysées and pouring out into the streets of France as one. In 2018, France won 4-2 against Croatia, a day after July 14. Among the best players are: Paul Pogba, Antoine Griezmann, goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, and the youngest, Kylian MBappe. Didier Deschamps was then an essential godfather, as one of the best breeders and coaches that France had ever known.

France first benefited from a boost that cannot be refused, with an own goal from Mario Manzukic, before his compatriot Perisic equalized. Griezmann then takes the advantage on the first penalty in the history of the World Cup, assisted by video. Paul Pogba, then Mbappe then take over to confirm.

Lionel Messi, who shone in turn, as the best striker of FC Barcelona, then at PSG, won 7 golden balls, made in Paris by the jeweler Mellieros, or rather 5 craftsmen spending 100 hours of work over six months .

Nobody has done better than the Argentinian, not even his compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo, with 5 trophies.