The 2019 Intercontinental Cup (known as the 2019 Hero Intercontinental Cup for sponsorship reasons) was the second edition of Hero Intercontinental Cup, a 4-team association football tournament held at TransStadia Arena in the Indian city of Ahmedabad between the 7th and 19th of July 2019.
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DPR Korea were crowned the Hero Intercontinental Cup 2019 winners as they completed a 1-0 victory over Tajikistan in the final on Friday (July 19, 2019) at the EKA Arena, Ahmedabad. It was a second-half strike from substitute Pak Hyon Il that made the difference on the night and sealed the win for his team.
Maradona is the hero of this story, a one-man World Cup winning machine. In 1982, hundreds of young men had died in a pointless battle for the Falkland Isles; now the British press yearned for a rematch (with the same result) in Mexico City.
The 2018 Intercontinental Cup (known as the 2018 Hero Intercontinental Cup for sponsorship reasons) was a 4-team association football tournament held at the Mumbai Football Arena in the Indian city of Mumbai between 1 and 10 June 2018.
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Hero unveils a new home gadget to help you track and dispense pills.” “Users can load it with up to 10 different types of pills, which the machine dispenses into a cup automatically in the right combinations at the right times.”
World Cup Football Heroes. Beckham: Classic Football Heroes - Limited International Edition (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 31 mayo 2018 - Complete your collection with these limited Classic Football Heroes International editions - now with a bonus World Cup chapter! In 2002, during the final moments of injury time, David Beckham scored an incredible free-kick, securing England a place in the World Cup.