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The most popular with fans from around the world are the competitions of the European championships, including matches of the Champions League and the Europa League.

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The intense football season has already gained momentum, and you can follow all the results at the website of sports statistics. It offers a detailed line of events, as well as the latest information from around the world.

We traditionally pay attention not only to key competitions of the major leagues of the Old Continent, but also to many other championships. This allows our users to enjoy maximal coverage of events from around the world. For example, recently the fans are more and more interested in games of the MLS.

Overseas league has a whole bunch of top players, many of who have not yet said their last word:

  • Schweinsteiger;
  • Villa;
  • Vela;
  • Dos Santos.

This summer, they were joined by Wayne Rooney, who has already managed to score several goals and provided several assists. At 777score, you will always be up to date and will not miss anything important from the world of your favorite sport. Here, you will always find both top confrontations featuring top stars and soccernet in full.

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You can follow all the results at the website of sports statistics. Image: 777Score

It is convenient to work with this website both via a PC and a mobile device.

Main Intrigues of Season In Europe

However, the most popular with fans from around the world are the competitions of the European championships, including matches of the Champions League and the Europa League. At this site, all tournaments are presented in special sections, where you can find out not only the latest results, but also important statistical information.

This year, the Champions League expects a particularly tense battle for the title. Considering the thin results of Real Madrid, a whole bunch of pursuers of the Royal Club have a chance to compete for the most prestigious club trophy of the Old Continent. Already at the first rounds of the new season, Barcelona and Juventus confirmed their intentions with confident wins on the football fields.

These teams are the main favorites of the season in the Champions League. They can compete against Liverpool, PSG, Manchester City, Bayern, and Atletico. In the long tournament run, surprises are quite possible, so it is even more interesting to follow the confrontations of the strongest teams. In the near future, we will find out whether competitors will dethrone Real from its champions throne or, despite significant losses, the Royal Club will remain the favorite of the Champions League. Join 777score, and you will be the first to learn about all the twists and turns in football arenas.

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Parliament In Sri Lanka Gets Dissolved, President Calls For Election

The U.S. State Department tweeted that it is deeply concerned by news the Sri Lanka Parliament will be dissolved

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Sri Lankan President Maithripala Sirisena waves to supporters during a rally outside the parliamentary complex in Colombo, Sri Lanka. VOA

ri Lanka’s president dissolved Parliament and called for elections on Jan. 5 in a bid to stave off a deepening political crisis over his dismissal of the prime minister that opponents say is unconstitutional.

An official notification signed by President Maithripala Sirisena announced the dissolution of Parliament effective midnight Friday. It said the names of candidates will be called before Nov. 26 and the new Parliament is to convene Jan. 17.

Sri Lanka has been in a crisis since Oct. 26, when Sirisena fired his prime minister, Ranil Wickremesinghe, and replaced him with former strongman Mahinda Rajapaksa. Both say they command a majority in Parliament and had been expected to face the 225-member house Wednesday after it was suspended for about 19 days.

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Sri Lanka’s sacked prime minister Ranil Wickremesinghe holds a copy of the constitution of Sri Lanka as he attends a media briefing at his official residence in Colombo, Sri Lanka. VOA

Foreign Minister Sarath Amunugama told The Associated Press Saturday that the reason for the president to dissolve Parliament was the need to go to the people to find a resolution to the crisis.

“On the 14th there was to be a lot of commotion and unparliamentary activities sponsored by the speaker,” Amunugama said. “The speaker was not planning to act according to the constitution and standing orders of Parliament.”

Sirisena’s supporters had been irked by Speaker Karu Jayasuriya’s announcement that he was going to call for a vote for either party to prove their support.

Miscalculation

“The dissolution clearly indicates that Mr. Sirisena has grossly misjudged and miscalculated the support that he might or could secure to demonstrate support in the Parliament,” said Bharath Gopalaswamy, director at U.S.-based analyst group Atlantic Council’s South Asia Center. “At the end of the day, he is a victim of his own homegrown crisis.”

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Sri Lankan civil rights activists hold placards during a demonstration outside the official residence of ousted Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe in Colombo, Sri Lanka. VOA

Wickremesinghe has insisted his firing is unconstitutional. He has refused to vacate his official residence and demanded that Parliament be summoned immediately to prove he had support among its members.

Tensions had been building between Sirisena and Wickremesinghe for some time, as the president did not approve of economic reforms introduced by the prime minister. Sirisena has also accused Wickremesinghe and another Cabinet member of plotting to assassinate him, a charge Wickremesinghe repeatedly denied.

Sirisena was critical of investigations into military personnel accused of human rights violations during Sri Lanka’s long civil war against a Tamil separatist group, which ended in 2009. Rajapaksa, who ruled as president from 2005 to 2015, is credited as a hero by the ethnic Sinhalese majority for winning the conflict. But he lost a re-election bid in 2015 amid accusations of nepotism, corruption and wartime atrocities.

Constitutional question

Wickremesinghe’s camp is likely to contest Sirisena’s move because of constitutional provisions stating a Parliament can’t be dissolved until 4 ½ years after its election. The current Parliament was elected in August 2015.

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Sri Lankan former President Mahinda Rajapakse addresses journalists at his residence in Colombo, Sept. 22, 2018. Rajapakse has been appointed the Sri Lanka’s new prime minister. VOA

“It’s totally unconstitutional,” said Harsha de Silva, a member of Wickremesinghe’s United National Party and a former minister. “Sirisena has relegated the constitution to toilet paper. We will fight this dictator to the end.”

The party said in a Twitter message that it will meet the elections commissioner to discuss the constitutionality of Sirisena’s move.

US urges caution

The U.S. State Department tweeted that it is deeply concerned by news the Sri Lanka Parliament will be dissolved, “further deepening the political crisis.”

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“As a committed partner of Sri Lanka, we believe democratic institutions and processes need to be respected to ensure stability and prosperity,” the statement said.

Earlier, U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel, the top-ranking Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and two other lawmakers wrote to Sirisena warning that actions circumventing the democratic process could impact U.S. assistance, including a planned five-year aid package from the Millennium Challenge Corporation worth hundreds of millions of dollars. (VOA)