My dear experts of Soccerpet Union, it’s been a month since we pushed the supportive activities. And many experts are already enjoying the benefits of the activities. However, there are still some questioned us: Nobody knows it’s true. We need lists of the experts who enjoyed benefits. Okay, in this case, we decide to satisfy your demands. In the following weeks, we will publish the lists of experts who get the rewards of the activities here, through which, you will feel the sincerity of Soccerpet so that we can achieve our goal together.We have sent the rewarded coins to the expert’s account.
And today, we will publish the list of last week, I mean, the list of experts from August 9th to August 15th.
Francesca, who is now on level 4, wins this chance to be in the list. 2388% of profit rate gives his confidence to stand out among those experts. Messi is his idol and the one who guides him into the betting area. “I like predicting his matches before, but now, I think I’ve been professional to predict all the matches, not only matches with Messi.”
Deanna Trey 100% win rate in the last 7 days
He must be very careful judging from the amount of his picks per week. 7 picks per week, what does that mean? Every of his pick was carefully considered before posting. Careful and responsible man is always attracting, so does Deanna. Followers of his is increasing, but I wonder if there are any female followers? After all, Deanna is still single now.
Erich Clarke 10 win streak
That’s always cool to get win streak, especially when the number is over 10. Erich is the cool man this time. Besides, his profit rate is up to 689%, which is also a fatal attraction to the users of Soccerpet. “Making money is the only thing I want now,” said Erich. So following him must be a right choice.
It’s the first time for Sean Watson to be here because of his high profit rate in the last 7 days. 1652% profit rate, the high number shows that he has brought his followers a big surprise in the last few days. However, it’s not his final goal. “I will be the frequenter of the list!” Said he with a proud face and tone. Hope to see him in the list next time.
Kyle Edwards 11 win streak
“It’s always eyeable to see the red in my personal page.” Kyle Edwards was very happy when he knew he got the chance to be here. Pursuing win streak is always his aim, which can bring him great satisfaction. I believe he must be as ecstatic as his image now. You can be glad for your grade, but modesty is the only law to get to a higher level.
Soccercups 100% win rate in the last 3 days
Soccercups is very hardworking and modest which comes from what we have been talking. He said it has been a habit for him to learn from other professional experts. “That’s indeed works. Look, I’m here now.” Yes, hard working and efforts will be rewarded one day. Guys, come and supports the hard boy!
Roxana Rod 100% win rate in last 3 days Saskia Nikolas 2013% profit Olive Kade 100% in last 7 days
A new star, Roxana Rod, is rising. It’s the first time for him to be in the list with a grade of 100% win rate in the last 3 days. Actually, it’s also a breakthrough for himself, which based on his hard working and serious attitude. Roxana Rod expressed his love to the betting area more than once. The chance of being in the list gives him more confidence to advance in this path. Therefore, we give him the first place this time.
Saskia Nikolas, who ranks second this time, has a profit rate of 2113%. As a new member of Soccerpet, Saskia shows his extraordinary talent in predicting. He is now Level 3 and I believe he will get to the top level and bring his followers more earnings soon.
Olive Kade, the third one in the list, is actually the most excellent one. 13 win streak and 100% win rate in the last seven days both shows his perfect condition. He is a careful and conscientious man, which can be shown from the amount and the win rate of his picks. He must have done a lot of work before posting those picks. Being his follower is originally very lucky.
Matthew Melanie is the first one in the list. 1068% profit gives him a place in the list; however, besides this, 14 of 15 win and over 80% win rate are also the symbols of his strength. Matthew has been an tipster for at least 5 years with over 500 followers. “I love predicting,” “I’m so addict to the feeling of creating fortune.” What an eager punter!
With a 100% win rate in the last 3 days, Bernard Suzie ranks second in the list. Also, his great performance—-8 win streak, solidifies his position. Bernard is a person with childlike innocence, which can be shown from his image. “Positive attitude towards life is the secret weapon I win,” Bernard said, “I’m very glad to see my name in the list.”
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The UEFA EURO 2020 final is taking place at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday 11 July at 21:00 CET.
England have joined Italy in the UEFA EURO 2020 final, which will be played at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday 11 July.
Italy vs England
• The teams have faced each other 27 times, the Azzurri winning 11 to England’s eight, with eight draws.
• Italy failed to win any of the sides’ first eight meetings; England have managed a solitary win in the last seven.
• England suffered tournament-ending losses in both the teams’ previous EURO encounters. Marco Tardelli’s late goal earned the Azzurri hosts a 1-0 win in the 1980 group stage while Italy prevailed on penalties (remember Andrea Pirlo’s Panenka!) in the 2012 quarter-finals.
• Italy have never lost to England at a major finals, with 2-1 FIFA World Cup victories in 1990 (third-place play-off) and 2014 (group stage) on top of those EURO triumphs.
Gareth Southgate has challenged his England players to make history by beating Denmark to reach the European Championship final for the first time.
England are one win away from a first major tournament final since 1966 after reaching the semi-finals of Euro 2020.
They face Denmark in front of a 60,000 crowd at Wembley on Wednesday.
“We don’t have as good a football history as we like to believe sometimes,” said Southgate. “These players are making massive strides.”
The last time England reached a major tournament final was when they lifted the World Cup 55 years ago. They have never got further than the semi-final stage in a European Championship.
However, there is mounting excitement – and hope has turned to expectation – that Southgate’s side can finally triumph.
England, who also ended a 55-year wait for a knockout tie victory over Germany with their last-16 success, are the highest-ranked side still left in the tournament.
“We’ve broken down barriers in this tournament and we have another opportunity to do that tomorrow,” added Southgate.
“We have never been to a European Championship final so we can be the first England team to do that which is really exciting.”
Southgate said knowing the country was behind the team is a “great feeling for us”.
Cars and homes are decked out with England flags while pubs have been given permission to stay open an extra 45 minutes until 23:15 BST on Sunday, in case the final at Wembley – which kicks-off at 20:00 – goes to extra time and penalties.
“We are ready for the game, the players are ready, they have got tremendous experience themselves having been in this situation before,” added Southgate, who led England to the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup.
“Our preparations have been calm and we know we are playing a very good opponent. It’s going to be a really tight game and an exciting game for everybody.”
Southgate is confident his players can handle the pressure against Denmark, who won the European Championship in 1992.
“We have had expectation during the whole tournament and I think we dealt with that really well in the opening game, for example, and the game with Germany,” he said.
“But we have never been to a final so the pressure is whatever you choose it to be really. It’s a motivating thing, a challenge for us.
“If we were a country that had won five titles and had to match what had gone before then I might feel differently. But we’re not. Denmark have won it so maybe there is more pressure on them to replicate that.”
England supporters have been serenading their team through the tournament with chants of ‘Football’s Coming Home’, the anthem that first became popular when the Three Lions reached the last four of Euro 96.
Asked what it would mean to ruin England’s dreams of Euro glory on home soil, Denmark keeper Kasper Schmeichel said: “Has it ever been home? I don’t know. Have you ever won it?”
But England captain Harry Kane said the team was in a strong position to put that right.
“He’s right in terms it hasn’t ‘come home’ in this competition for us, but we’re in a great position in that we are two games away,” added Kane.
“It’s important our focus is on Wednesday night and is about us and what we can do. We know if we can get it right then it should be enough to get us over the line.”
List of superstar experts last week Atticus Adrian 11 winning streaks and 100% win rate
Atticus Adrian, one of the best experts in our app, had an amazing performance last week. 11 winning streaks, 100% win rate in the last 7 days and 976% profit rate, all of which could shock us. Atticus said he had the confidence to always keep the superstar of our app and keep his winning streaks. But words are too unpersuasive than results.
Wilda Murray 1054% profit rate
Wilda Murray had an excellent performance recently. He got 8 hits in 10 matches in his last 10 picks. What’s more even noteworthy is that his profit in the last 7 days has been up to 1054%! Followers of him must have won a lot, don’t you guys? However, what we need to pay attention is his following performance. After all, we need an eternal superstar!
Where could the game be won and lost? Our team reporters analyse the first semi-final.
Italy take on Spain in the opening UEFA EURO 2020 semi-final, having scored 23 goals between them in getting this far.
Neither side have lost a game at the finals yet; could these head-to-head contests decide whose unbeaten run will end at Wembley?
Jorginho vs Sergio Busquets
Paolo Menicucci, Italy reporter Team-mates call Jorginho ‘Il Professore’ or ‘Radio Jorginho’ because of the continuous instructions the 29-year-old gives during games, nicknames that would probably suit Busquets too. Watch closely and you can see all the tiny but crucial contributions Chelsea’s deep-lying playmaker makes. “He lets us all play better,” said team-mate Manuel Locatelli. When it comes to footballing IQ, Busquets is also at genius level, so both teams will have a great orchestra conductor on the pitch.
Graham Hunter, Spain reporter Jorginho possesses loads of skills which are akin to those of Sergio Busquets. Just take note of the fact that Pep Guardiola, at Manchester City, wanted to take on the Italian midfield organiser before Chelsea beat him to the deal.
Guardiola was the man who ‘discovered’ Busquets; the midfielder was about to be ushered out when the coach took over at Barcelona and he has been looking for a younger replica of the 32-year-old ever since he left the club. Busquets has revitalised Spain since returning for the Slovakia game, but will Jorginho’s greater athleticism and mobility give him the edge in midfield?
Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci vs Álvaro Morata
Paolo Menicucci, Italy reporter
Up against Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku in the last round, Italy’s veteran centre-backs (combined age: 70) came out with their usual masterclass in the art of defending. That was a physical duel, something Chiellini and Bonucci love, but their Juventus team-mate Morata presents a very different challenge. Spain’s No7 knows everything about Italy’s centre-backs, and can also cause plenty of problems with his constant movement. It will be a different kind of contest to the one with Lukaku, and not necessarily an easier one for Azzurri’s two defensive lions.
Graham Hunter, Spain reporter At Juventus, Morata took regular chiding from Chiellini and Bonucci about the toughness of his character because they wanted him to realise his full potential. Morata is still happy-go-lucky, but the striker has matured since EURO 2016, when he was taken off with 20 minutes left of Spain’s 2-0 defeat against the Azzurri. He had a soupçon of revenge, scoring in a 3-0 European Qualifiers success a year later, but this is the test of tests. How ironic if it’s here, against his ‘maestri’, that Morata starts scoring freely again.
Gianluigi Donnarumma vs Unai Simón
Paolo Menicucci, Italy reporter Donnarumma and Unai Simón have both showed two great qualities in goalkeepers during EURO 2020. For Simón, it was the ability to shake off mistakes; he needed a strong character to deal with his blunder from Pedri’s back pass against Croatia, but made heroic saves in that game before starring in the quarter-final shoot-out against Switzerland.
Donnarumma, meanwhile, has mastered maintaining focus after games when he may have felt like a non-paying spectator. Underemployed in the group stage (“I could have played those games,” said ex-Azzurri No1 Walter Zenga, now 61), he has stepped up since; Kevin De Bruyne may still be having nightmares about that save the Italy goalkeeper made against Belgium. “Gigio gives everyone security,” Zenga continued. “He can become the number one in the world.”
Graham Hunter, Spain reporter At 24, Unai Simón is a couple of years older than Donnarumma, but he is way, way behind in terms of both club and international experience. When the Italian was making his AC Milan debut in Serie A – aged 16, in a 2-1 win over Sassuolo Calcio – Unai was still playing for Athletic’s feeder club, Basconia, in Spain’s fourth tier. Yet here they are today: two exceptional talents.
The Basque has more trophy wins: three to Donnarumma’s one, but the Italian has the higher profile by far. Where will he play his club football next season, after his contract with AC Milan expired? And will he, or Unai, have finished the summer by playing in a EURO final?