🇧🇷 The next Brazilian superstar? 🤔
Real Madrid C.F. unveil their new wonderkid Vinicius Jr 👌 #UCL
🇧🇷 The next Brazilian superstar? 🤔
Real Madrid C.F. unveil their new wonderkid Vinicius Jr 👌 #UCL
The LPWA, or Ladies Professional Wrestling Association, was a wrestling promotion that featured women wrestlers with an emphasis on athleticism rather than beauty. The association was started by ex-wrestler Tor Berg in 1989 and lasted until 1992. Berg attempted to begin the promotion again in the beginning of 1999, joining forces with the NWA and changing the name to form the WNWA (Womens National Wrestling Alliance), but this venture was also short-lived as the promotion only lasted until 2000.
Before closing up shop in 1992, the LPWA held its one and only pay-per-view event, which was known as the “Super Ladies Showdown”. The event took place on February 23, 1992 in Rochester, Minnesota at the Mayo Civic Center. The main events of the pay-per-view showing were the LPWA Singles Championship and the LPWA Japanese Championship. There were 12 matches televised for the event, with four of them being first round match-ups for the Japanese Championship, two semi-final matches for the Japanese Championship, and then the actual championship match.
The LPWA Japanese Championship was won by Harley Saito, who defeated Denise Storm to win the belt. The LPWA Singles Championship was won by Terri Power, better known as Tori from the WWF, who defeated Lady X. Lady X had previously won the championship over Susan Sexton on January 31, 1991. Lady X was also known as Peggy Lee Leather of the WWF, who formed a tag team partnership with Wendi Richter. Richter later became the WWF singles champion and defeated Leather in her quest for the belt. These two went on to battle each other in POWW(Powerful Women of Wrestling) as well. Lady X was also known for her performance in the lingerie battle royal for the AWA SuperClash III pay-per-view event and also appeared in WOW (Women of Wrestling) as Thug from 2000 to 2001.
The Tag Team Championship was also part of the LPWA’s only pay-per-view event and featured Leilani Kai and Judy Martin beating Bambi and Malia Hosaka for the championship. Kai was part of the WWF in the 1980’s and at one time was the champion after defeating Wendi Richter. She also paired with Judy Martin to form the Glamour Girls, who became both WWF and LPWA Tag Team Champions at different times in their careers. Kai also held the NWA World Womens Championship and wrestled for the WCW under the name of Patty Stonegrinder.
One of the most famous woman wrestlers of all-time, Madusa Miceli, who wrestled for the LPWA, WWF, and also for All Japan Women’s Pro Wrestling. She was the first non-Japanese wrestler to compete in the All-Japan league of women wrestlers.
Following is a synopsis of the list of the LPWA’s championship holders.
LPWA Tag Team Championship
With the closing of the LPWA in 1992, all of these womens wrestling titles were abandoned.
What does predicting the economy got to do with predicting the World Cup winner? A lot if you listen to Swiss Bank UBS.
In the World Cup 2006, the economists and analysts at the Wealth Management Research at UBS used the statistical model that enabled them to predict market trends and investment decisions and applied it to predict the World Cup winner.
They correctly predicted that Italy would be the champion. They also succeeded in getting six of the eight quarter-finalists correct. Their track record also included correctly forecasting three of the four semi-finalists.
UBS’s model is a purely quantitative analysis and the criteria used are past performance, home advantage and teams’ strength. Now let’s discuss the model:
For past performance, so far seven nations have won the championship. (Brazil five times, Italy four times, Germany three times, Argentina and Uruguay two times, France and England one time each). So according to UBS, if you pick one of these seven teams, it appears to be a safe bet.
As for the home advantage, a third of the past world cups was won by the host country. Now:
# The weather is mild winter in South Africa and it appears that the host nation may not have the climate advantage. This applies similarly to the African nations in the finals.
# Some matches will be played at venues at high altitude. This is a clear advantage to the host and the South American teams like Brazil.
# In every tournament, there is speculation of referees favoring the Home team. Will there be many controversial calls helping the host?
# This being Africa’s World Cup, there are many who wonder if an African nation will advance past the group stage into the quarter-finals for the first time. In every tournament, there will always be a team which will be the surprise package. Will this team come from Africa?
# And lastly, there is this “outside-of-Europe” syndrome. So far every World Cup had been won by either an European team or a South American side. No European team has won outside the comfort of their own continent. Now in South Africa, many pundits believe that the South American teams will have so-called ground advantage.
Regarding the strength of the teams, UBS took into consideration the FIFA ranking and the bookmakers’ odds.
So which team has UBS picked to be WC 2010 champion? Brazil.
Well, your guess is as good as mine on which team will win. My trusted crystal ball tells me it is Spain.
In every World Cup, betting wise, it is a true challenge. The tournament is held every four years and qualification ends months before the ball is kicked in the first game of the finals. During this time, a lot can change in the football world.
World Cup means patriotic fervor comes into play. We all have passionate feelings for a certain team or a certain player which will determine our decision.
There are 32 teams in the finals so technically there are 32 potential winners. It is interesting to note some characteristics of these teams:
* Some teams have a good striking department with tons of firepower, but lacking everywhere else.
* Some teams have great talented players but have insane coaches.
* Some are perceived as perennial underachievers like Spain and England who seem to choke on the big stage.
* Some are tournament teams like Germany and Italy who may be underrated before the finals, but know how to grind out the results. Well this is according to past performances.
* Experts have expected Spain to win the last two World Cups – but they never have.
* England are going to win it every time according to the English – but they never do.
And there are some interesting statistics:
# No team has successfully defended the WC for a long while. Would the 2006 winner Italy be the exception? But Italy has an aging squad and may not be expected to last all the way. It is easier to reach the top, but much harder to stay there!
# Only once in the last 21 group games has the WC host lost, so would South Africa be the surprise package?
Why Spain will Win
With one loss in their last 46 matches, Spain arrived at South Africa as one of the best teams. They are the favorites to lift the World Cup on July 11. They are ahead of Brazil in the eyes of the bookmakers and pundits.
Spain (Rank 1) play in Group H against Chile (Rank 17), Switzerland (Rank 18) and Honduras (Rank 38).
They have been dubbed by the media in the past as “perennial underachiever”. But the faith of their fans may be justified this time as they have completely turned the corner after winning Euro 2008. They had built on this success and thereafter had won all of their qualifying games for WC 2010, the first team to achieve such a record.
Spain is a team with polished gems. They boast the talents of Fernando Torres and David Villa up front, Xavi and Andres Iniesta, Xabi Alonso and Cesc Fabregas in the middle, Carles Puyol and Gerrard Pique at the back, and Iker Casillas in goal. The reigning European champion look a formidable bunch.
They are stacked with players from the elite leagues in Europe like Barcelona and Real Madrid. The squad has so much depth that even the impressive Arsenal captain Fabregas, whom many consider as one of the best midfielders around, has to warm the bench as a substitute.
A well balanced team is needed to have the consistency to get through such a high level tournament. Look at Argentina. The hope of the entire nation rests on the shoulders of young Messi. But Messi does not perform for his country like he does for Barcelona because he does not have the midfield marshals like Xavi and Iniesta behind him to pull the strings. And I shall leave the Argentina manager alone.
The Spanish squad has been largely unchanged from the team that won Euro 2008. Playing together for years can only foster better understanding on the pitch. The Spain of today exude calm and confidence. Wearing the European crown does such things to you.
Of course injury is a concern but this is the same for every team. Torres and Fabregas missed playing the tail end of the league due to injuries. To look on the bright side, this could actually be a blessing in disguise as they are totally rested for the World Cup.
Spain has a deep squad with comparatively able replacements. They are not a one or two men team like Ivory Coast relying on Drogba.
If injuries are inflicted on play-makers, any team will suffer like Rooney for England, Lucio and Kaka for Brazil, Messi for Argentina, Sneijder for Holland, etc. Serious injuries are a disaster for every team.
Being ranked No. 1 and as hot favorites, expectations are high. Will Spain crack under the pressure?
Much was made out of their 2-0 defeat in the Confederations Cup semi-final to USA last June. This ended their 35 match streak without a loss. Some said Spain buckled under the pressure in that match because they wanted so much to break Brazil’s 35 match streak of not suffering a loss. To many this is considered a great weakness to cave in to pressure.
A lot of teams lose matches that they should win. Most important is to learn a lesson from the loss. I believe the Spanish had indeed learned a valuable lesson. From then on, they had not lost again.
Psychologists often stress that half of the battle is won in the head. Unfortunately, Spain have the unwanted tag of perennial choker on the big stage. In the past when the going gets tough, they have gone missing.
But now all the players pledged that they know their biggest enemy is themselves and they have developed greater self belief.
There is a great threat of complacency when facing the likes of Honduras, Chile and Switzerland. I am confident that with an experienced coach in del Bosque, the players will know in no uncertain terms that a place in the second round is not a formality.
Assurance and over-confidence is divided by a very fine line. The last thing they will think is they have already won the match even before the ball is kicked.
How To Beat Spain
Some said the way to beat Spain is to follow the tactics of Jose Mourinho whose Inter Milan succeeded where virtually everybody failed by knocking Barcelona out of the Champions League. The tactic is to have the players defend deep in their own half, soaking up the pressure thrown at them and rely on swift counter-attack to score. Well, I am not sure whether there could be another “Special One’ around.
If Spain keep their heads they will win World Cup 2010. If they don’t, they are simply beaten by themselves.
Two European giants go head-to-head.
Who will win the #UCLfinal?
The earlybird supposedly gets the worm and BetUS.com already is angling for wagers on which players will make the main event final table at the 2007 World Series of Poker.
By this time next month, offshore betting sites are expected to be awash with odds-to-win on poker’s most prestigious event, as officials at sponsoring Harrah’s Entertainment, Inc., are set to launch this year’s WSOP June 1, with the $10,000 No-Limit Texas Hold’em Championship slated to run July 6-17.
Last year’s WSOP attracted 8,773 attendees, but many observers predict this season’s tournament may draw only one-fourth as many entrants because Harrah’s has severed ties with offshore books that aren’t official co-sponsors.
Las Vegas pro Phil Ivey, often referred to as the Tiger Woods of poker, leads BetUs.com’s final table roster at plus $14.00, with Canadian native Daniel Negreanu the second choice at plus $18.00.
Multi-gold bracelet winner and 1989 champion Phil Hellmuth, 2000 winner Chris “Jesus” Ferguson and Allen Cunningham, fourth place finisher in 2006, are plus $25.00.
“Great Dane” Gus Hansen and 1987-88 winner Johnny Chan check in at plus $30.00 and are followed by a group at plus $40.00 that includes 1998 champ Scotty Nguyen, 1995 winner Dan Harrington, Erik Seidel, Howard Lederer, Dave “Devilfish” Ulliott, John Juanda, Michael “The Grinder” Mizrachi and Antonio “The Magician” Esfandiari.
Among a group posted at plus $50.00 are former champions Carlos “The Matador” Mortonson and Greg “Fossilman” Raymer.
The highly popular World Poker Tour has yet to produce a female champion and BetUS.com’s opening WSOP list includes just three women: longtime poker pros Annie Duke (plus $65.00) and Jennifer Harman (plus $80.00), along with actress and former Oscar nominee Jennifer Tilley, who won a gold bracelet in the 2005 ladies event.
Jamie Gold, the Hollywood talent agent who dominated last year’s main-event action, is plus $65.00, along with a lengthy list of others that includes former champions Huck Seed and Chris Moneymaker, veteran T.J. Cloutier, WPT TV host and 2006 Tournament of Champions winner Mike Sexton, Josh Arieh, David Williams, Chip Reese and Barry Greenstein.
Joe Hachem, the 2005 champion, and poker legend Doyle Brunson are both plus $80.00.
Movie stars and poker aficianados Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, who won Academy Awards for their “Good Will Hunting” screenwriting efforts, opened at plus $150.00.
Longest shots of the more than six dozen listed players are Tim Zalac, Chris Fuller and Grant Robinson at plus $1000.00.
The Rio Suite Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas again will host the event.
Former host Binion’s Horseshoe at one time offered WSOP odds, but Nevada gamers nixed the practice.
A million bucks doesn’t buy what it once did, so BoDog.com founder Calvin Ayre is offering a record-breaking $2 million grand prize to the winner of his Wild Card Poker II.
Response to Ayre’s submitted video casting call has been so overwhelming that BoDog.com has extended the call to May 6 and expanded ways users can enter.
By visiting http://www.bodog.tv/audition, potential contestants can choose between submitting an online audition video or a photo to earn a shot at the grand prize.
Eleven of the 12 spots are available to users submitting audition videos and photos online, which means competition to appear on the show is fierce.
Eleven lucky online contestants will be whisked away on an all expenses paid trip to beautiful British Columbia, Canada, where they will join the rest of the crew for a 30-day video shoot.
Filming for Wild Card Poker II begins this summer and will air on a major television network in the fall.
“Season II is already shaping up to be bigger and better than ever before,” said Ayre, the show’s host and creator.
“The new direction we’re taking with the second season of the show — integrating the social networking and user generated content world by casting 11 of the contestants online — is guaranteed to have an interesting effect on the dynamics.
“One thing is for sure, with a $2 million grand prize up for grabs, the competition is going to be intense.”
Calvin Ayre Wild Card Poker II is a reality TV lifestyle show combining aspects of Texas Hold’em poker with everyday life.
Season II pits 12 contestants against one another in a number of poker infused lifestyle challenges.
Poker’s leading players will gather April 21-27 at Bellagio in Las Vegas for the Season V-ending $25,000 buy-in WPT Championship.
Live from Kyiv as the trophy sets off for the NSC Olimpiyskiy Stadium! 🏆
League of Legends Guide Tip #1. Map Awareness
All great players have great map awareness. They always know where enemy champions are by frequently glancing at the minimap. You should ALWAYS have a count in your head of where enemy champions are. For example, if you see 1 champion in each lane on Summoner’s Rift, then you know that there are 2 champions MIA (Missing in Action) – usually the jungler and one other. By knowing the enemy’s whereabouts, it will determine your gameplay and how aggressive or cautious you want to play. If all 5 are MIA, then you should be cautious. If you see all 5 on the map, then you can play aggressive (assuming they’re far enough away not to interfere)
League of Legends Guide Tip #2. Wards
Wards are crucial and go hand-in-hand with map awareness. Let’s talk about Gold for a second here.. it costs 75g for a green ward. That means 4 of them costs 300g – the same amount of Gold given for a champion kill. So if you buy four wards and one of them saves you from a gank, it was MORE than worth it! Because when you die, you have to take into account all the costs involved – 300g for the enemy killer, plus any gold from assists they get, plus you will miss out on 2-3 minion waves of experience, plus you miss out on 10-18 last hits. That’s a huge cost of dying. So buying wards, even if all they do is keep you from getting ganked 25% of the time, is more than worth it.
When you watch the Season One Championships, you will see how many wards these great players buy. They buy wards almost EVERY SINGLE TIME THEY SHOP. That’s how you should play too! No excuses that “I’m a carry, it’s not my job.” It’s everyone’s job to provide sufficient ward coverage in game. Wards win games. Period.
I know it sucks not to finish your big item because you had to buy a few wards, but wards will make a much bigger impact in the game than your big item – because they will allow you to pick the RIGHT FIGHTS at the RIGHT TIME.
League of Legends Guide Tip #3. Learn from Every Game and Every Mistake
Great players learn from every game and every mistake. They always ask themselves these two questions at the end of a game.
Question 1. “What mistakes were made in this game?”
This question applies to every player in the game – teammates, and enemies. Did the enemy team get Baron because no one on your team warded it? Did an enemy walk into 5 of you and die? Every little mistake should be noted so that you can learn NOT TO DO that.
This is how you become a great player – by analyzing mistakes and patterns and not making them.
Question 2. “What could I have done better?”
This is THE MOST IMPORTANT question and strategy for becoming a great League of Legends player. What could you have done better? Did you miss some last hits? Why? Figure it out, and get better! Did you get ganked early on? Why? Figure it out and get better! Get wards next time instead of getting ganked. Did you target the wrong enemy champion in a team fight? Why? Figure it out and get better!
There’s only one way to become a 2000+ rated player in League of Legends – get better! And you do that by analyzing your own and others’ gameplay and learning from mistakes and successes.
League of Legends Guide Tip #4. Learn from Great Players
Anytime you see a player kick ass in a game, add them to your friends list and chat with them. Ask them about their runes, their masteries, and any other tips or advice they may have for you. Great players hang out with other great players and learn from each other.
Are you learning from great players?
Gareth Bale v Sadio Mané 💪
Who will have the biggest #UCLfinal impact? 🤔
Today I would like to introduce to you one of the most successful free to play – games: the double Golden Joystick – winner “League of Legends” by Riot Games!
League of Legends is a MOBA-Game (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena), which is oriented towards the famous Warcraft 3 – Map “Defense of the Ancients”.
For those who never played DotA (are there any?) and who don’t know the game concept I will explain it in detail:
League of Legends doesn’t put high requirements on your PCs. You need at least:
– processor with 2 GHz – 1 GB RAM, – DirectX 9.0 capable video card, – 750 MB free hard disk space, – DSL or similar
Create an account either on the server EU West, EU Nordic/East or US, depending on where you live. You can also create an account on US while living in Europe but you will experience higher pings then. I give you a link to create an account in my author’s bio. Choose a name (always the hardest part) and a nice picture and off you go!
There are 2 teams 5 players (there are more game modes, but they are not important in the beginning because as a newbie you should start with 5vs5 to learn the gameplay). Before every match you all choose a “champion” who is the character you want to use in battle. Dependant on your personal preferendes it can be e.g. an undead mage, a giant granite golem, a little boy riding on a Yeti, a brave knight and many more.All in all there are more than 80 (!) different champions and every second week one is added.
Every champions has 4 different abilities (3 normal and one extra strong, the “Ultimate”) and a passive, which he has since the beginning. You learn the abilities by leveling up ingame and your max champion level is 18 which means that you have 5 points in every normal ability and 3 in your ultimate.
You receive experience for levelling up by:
1. Being near when enemy minions or neutral monsters are killed by your troops (it’s not necessary to kill them yourself!)
2. killing or assisting to kill enemy champions
In the beginning you generally play whatever you like, later it’s useful to communicate with your teammembers before the match begins so that you have a balanced setup and not 5 champions of the same kind.
The different kinds of champions are roughly:
1. Mages (“AP Carries”: AP means ability power, they mainly deal magical damage with their abilities)
2. Fighters (“AD Carries”: AD means Attack Damage, they mainly deal physical damage with their autoattacks)
3. Tanks (They are hard to kill and protect their own carries, for example by stunning or taunting the enemies)
4. Supports (They have either buffs or heals to support their carries and keep them alive)
5. Junglers (They don’t start in the lane but in the jungle and support their teammates by ganking and ambushing the enemies)
The interesting point is: Depending on the items you equip on your champions they are often able to fulfill different roles!
In the beginning you don’t have own champions, but every week there are 10 free ones which everyone can use. After some matches you can buy more champions with influence points (IP) in the shop. I will come to this later.
The map has 3 different lanes, which lead from your own to the enemy base. On these lanes there are several Towers which you must destroy before you can attack the base itself. As a support your main building (“Nexus”) spawns minion waves in short intervals which help you in fights. Between the lanes there is the “jungle”, where neutral monsters are located. If you kill those you receive gold and/or temporary buffs.
As soon as the match begins everyone has about a minute to spend his starting capital on items in the shop.
This doesn’t take long since you don’t have much gold in the beginning. There are different ways to earn gold in the game:
1. Everyone receives gold over time
2. Killing enemy minions or neutral monsters (here it is important to give them the final blow, the so called “lasthitting”)
3. Killing or assisting to kill enemy champions
4. Destroying enemy buildings (towers and inhibitors -> destroying them makes your minions stronger)
5. There are several items which grant you additional income (the so called gold/5 items -> they give you 1 gold every 5 seconds)
If you destroy the enemy main building (Nexus) your team wins. For being able to attack the Nexus, however, you have to destroy all 3 towers and the inhibitor on at least one lane and the two towers which protect the Nexus. So it’s not the best idea to hunt the enemy champions 24/7 if you don’t push the lanes at the same time. An average match takes 30-45 minutes, rarely more than an hour. As soon as the match reaches minute 20 it is also possible to surrender.
More game modes are a 3vs3 and a pretty new domination map (“Dominion”) where you have to capture and defend certain points. In addition there are ranked modes for players with summoner level 30 (explanation follows) in which you receive an Elo count depending on your wins and losses. For beginners I highly recommend the normal 5vs5 map!
League of Legends also has an RPG part. You do not only choose a name and a picture for yourself (you are a so called “summoner”, don’t mix it up with the “champions”) but you are also able to level up yourself and buy small buffs with Influence Points (IP).
Every match you receive Experience Points (XP) and Influence Points (IP), the amount is depending on how long the match lasted, if you won or lost and if you had an active IP/XP boost. As soon as you have enough XP you level up and receive a mastery point and an additional rune space. With IP you can buy new runes and champions in the shop.
You start at level 1, the maximum summoner level is 30. Every level up you receive a mastery point which is used for buffing your champion ingame (like additional attack damage or armor). Furthermore you can buy runes with IP which have a similar effect. In one match you can use up to 30 runes (at level 30) but you can also change the runes after the match if you want to play another champion.
The last way how you as summoner have influence on your champion are the 2 summoner spells everyone chooses before the match. Those are abilities which are not connected to the champion you play and can be used at any time, for example a teleport or a heal.
To clarify this issue: Summoner = your account, Champion = the character you choose for the battle
The buffs don’t make that much of a difference but they add up and it would be pretty unfair if a player with level 30, 30 mastery points and runes would play against a beginner with level 1, no runes and 1 mastery point (not to mention the difference concerning gaming skills). That’s the reason why the system puts preferably players of a similar level together in one match. Unfortunately you can’t be sure about that because if a high level player starts a game together with a low level friend the system averages out. In this case it can happen that you have to play versus enemies with a much higher level. That’s uncool but can’t be avoided.
Riot Points (real money) Somehow Riot Games has to make money. Because of that you can buy so called “Riot Points” with real money. Those you can spend in the shop for champions, skins and other fancy stuff. Pretty much the only things you can EXCLUSIVELY buy with Riot Points and not also with Influence Points are skins (alternative looks for your champions). This means that someone who spends money for Riot Points doesn’t have the slightest advantage over someone who plays LoL for free!
To clarify again: Riot Points = bought with real money, can be spent in the shop, Influence Points = gained by playing, can be spent in the shop (not for Skins or IP/XP boosts)
LoL vs. DotA
Now that I have explained the game concept I will point out the differences between LoL and DotA:
1. There is NO “denying” (killing own minions so that the enemy can’t get gold or experience for them). This is a real change but I actually like it because it makes the game less passive (and to be honest how sick do you have to be to kill yur own soldiers?!)
2. Like already mentioned above the player himself (summoner) can also level up and get different buffs for his champions. Nice gimmick.
3. In my opinion cooldowns and manacosts are shorter/cheaper than in DotA which also leads to a more aggressive playstyle, especially in the early phase of the match.
Overall I still like to play DotA now and then because it’s just awesome but I have to say that LoL is a worthy successor, doing several things better. This is no surprise since DotA is limited to the WC 3 engine.
Advices gained in practice
I am no “pro gamer” but I play for nearly 2 years so here are some advices which shall make the start easier for you:
1. There are three tiers of runes. The first one is available right from the start, the seconds one as soon as you reach level 10 and the third one when you reach level 20. It’s pretty much waste to buy tier 1 or 2 runes since you will reach level 20 fast and there is no way to sell runes. So better only play the free champions in the beginning and save your IP for runes. If you have enough IP for buying at least one complete tier 3 rune page you can go on and buy some more champions you would like to play. You should keep in mind that it is not possible to sell champions so it would be better if you tested the champion first (e.g. when he is among the weekly free champions) to avoid disappointments.
2. Since LoL is free to play there are also some annoying fellows around. Fortunately there is a “mute”-function which makes them shut up. So don’t join their flame war if you encounter them – just mute them and go on playing in peace and harmony! The best option is to play with friends but that’s not always possible. /mute saved my life a Thousand times!
3. As long as you are new it is good to buy the recommended items for every champion. Later when you are more experienced and want to test new item builds or tactics you can find very good guides to every champion on MOBAFIRE.COM and LEAGUECRAFT.COM. I always visit them before I try out a new champion. As soon as you feel comfortable and self assured you can also visit the numerous streamers and watch how the pros are playing. I wouldn’t do it before level 30 though.
4. Nowadays many experienced players have smurf accounts. This means that you often meet enemies at your level who are far more experienced than you and kill you with ease. That is very annoying but once you are past level 5 the smurfs become less. And remember: if someone flames you, mute him, don’t give a **** and move along.
5. I strongly suggest playing the tutorial and the battle training to everybody since the basic tactics are explained there pretty well (even DotA veterans should play the battle training).
Hit by a Cristiano Ronaldo shot… But the four-time #UCLfinal winner makes up for it! 👏👏👏