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How South American football is helping battle the coronavirus

Lionel Messi, Carli Lloyd and more join in a message to the world to advise on Coronavirus and how best to beat it.

The South American confederation has found a new reason to celebrate the best goal scored the last time the World Cup was staged on the continent. One of the great moments of Brazil 2014 was the strike by Colombia's James Rodriguez against Uruguay, taking the ball down on his chest and unleashing a magnificent volley hit on the swivel that clipped the underside of the crossbar on its unstoppable path into the goal.

Rodriguez received the ball between the lines of the opposing team -- and it has...

Bernabeu, Maracana stadiums being used to combat coronavirus

Michael Owen and Carli Lloyd team with WHO and FIFA to give safety instructions on how to prevent COVID-19 from spreading.
An Italian doctor believes the Champions League match was a pivotal moment in the coronavirus outbreak in Italy.

Madrid's Santiago Bernabeu stadium and Rio de Janeiro's Maracana sports complex are being used to their respective countries' efforts to stem the coronavirus crisis.

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Real Madrid's home stadium will be utilized as a makeshift storage facility as Spain faces an uphill battle against the pandemic, the club announced on Thursday in conjunction with the country's Superior Sports Council.

Following confirmation that Real Madrid will...

Brazil greats wish jailed Ronaldinho happy 40th birthday

ESPN FC's Julien Laurens explains the incredible circumstances that landed Ronaldinho in jail in Paraguay.

Several Brazilian football greats took to social media to wish Ronaldinho a happy 40th birthday as the former Ballon d'Or winner remains behind bars at a maximum security prison in Paraguay.

Among the legends who wished Ronaldinho a happy birthday were Ronaldo, Rivaldo, and Roberto Carlos -- all players who formed part of the Brazil squad that won the 2002 World Cup, the country's last of its five championships. 

"Congratulations, fellow. May you overcome this difficult moment in your life...

How Ronaldinho is spending his time in prison: Futsal, BBQ and carpentry, but no music

For Ronaldinho, what was supposed to be a quick jaunt to Paraguay for a charity event has turned into an extended stay at a maximum-security prison.

The Brazilian legend and his brother, Roberto Assis (who is also his business manager), entered the country on March 4 with falsified passports, even though residents of Brazil do not need passports to enter their landlocked neighbour. Although not initially arrested, they were told to remain in their hotel suite in Asuncion while authorities investigated...