How to watch Ligue 1 in Sri Lanka and India

French Ligue 1 telecast India Sri Lanka Indian subcontinent

Football fans can potentially watch Lionel Messi live on TV after Reliance-backed Viacom 18 bagged the official broadcast rights for French Ligue 1 in Sri Lanka & India for the next 3 years. VH1 India, the flagship channel of Viacom18, will air Ligue 1 matches exclusively in the upcoming season along with select national and regional network channels. TV5 Monde also broadcasts select matches in India but they will only be telecasting only one game per week and it's not confirmed whether it will be the PSG game every week. Ligue 1 will also be available for streaming through Voot and JioTV. Listed below are the channel numbers of VH1 India in each satellite service provider in Sri Lanka, India and the Indian Subcontinent: Dialog TVChannel 44PEO TVChannel 68Videocon (D2H)Channel

PSG’s five year 49-game winning run in domestic cup matches comes to an end

PSG eliminated guingamp

Paris Saint-Germain lost a domestic cup game for the first time in five years when they went down 2-1 to top-flight's bottom side Guingamp in the Coupe de la Ligue on Wednesday night. Neymar netted for PSG in the 63rd minute, who have won the trophy in the last five seasons. Having missed one earlier, Marcus Thuram - son of France legend Lilian - scored an injury-time penalty, adding to Yeni N'Gbakoto's 83rd minute spot-kick for a 2-1 comeback win. Neymar, Edinson Cavani and Marco Veratti were all booked in the dying seconds as the PSG players protested at not being awarded their own penalty when Veratti went down in the box. Guingamp's win was the shock result of

Weekly Euro Update 13-08-2018 : Barca win Spanish Super Cup; Bayern win German Super Cup ; Ronaldo Scores for Juve

Messi Spanish super cup

Spanish Super Cup - Sevilla 1 Barcelona 2 Lionel Messi lifted his first trophy as the new Barcelona captain - his record breaking 33rd as a Barca player - as Ernesto Valverde's team won the Spanish Super Cup beating Sevilla 2-1. Pablo Machin's stint as Sevilla boss could not have started better when his namesake Pablo Sarabia gave the underdogs the lead inside 10 minutes, rounding off a slick counter attack with a right-footed strike. Pique pulled Barcelona level before the break after pouncing on the rebound from Messi’s free-kick, which hit the post. The second half threw up several chances for Sevilla to clinch a rare victory against the Catalans. Then came Ousmane Dembele with a belter of a strike from the edge of the penalty

In the City of Love, Barcelona Was Spanked. And Now, Sore

Barcelona in Parc des princes

They went in the favorites. They came out shell shocked. It’s the St. Valentine’s massacre. And how! Luis Enrique’s team had knocked Paris Saint-Germain out of the competition in 2013 and 2015. This Valentine’s day, the hunter was hunted. Quite simply, the Parisians carved out the Blaugrana and laid them out for the world to watch. The football fraternity is in shock. Not for the defeat. But how it was achieved. There is no hiding for the Catalan giants. They were humbled and humiliated. At the expense of the most glorified winners of Europe’s premier club competition in the last decade, PSG have a foot, head and both hands in the quarterfinals of UEFA Champions League. Allez! They were better than us from