5 Defining Sports Moments From 2022

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COVID-19 had disrupted the sporting scene across the world, but it didn't take long for the gaming to return to their previous glory when things started getting normal in 2022. We take a look at five of the biggest sporting moments from 2022.

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Real Madrid Winning 14th Champions League TitleReal Madrid defeated Liverpool via a lone strike by Vinicius Jr to claim a record 14th Champions League title. Their campaign was built on the comebacks, as they came from behind to beat Man City, PSG, and Chelsea. 

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Roger Federer RetirementRoger Federer brought the curtain down on his glorious career earlier year. Federer, one of the greatest players of Open Era, and retired with 20 grand slams. His last game came in a men's double with Rafael Nadal.

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Argentina Winning World Cup 2022Lionel Messi's long quest to win the World Cup was fulfilled this year, when Argentina beat France in a shootout. This was also the third World Cup title for Argentina, and only the second international trophy since 1993.

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England Winning T20 World CupEngland continued with their white-ball domination, beating Pakistan in a rather one-sided final to win their second T20 World Cup, in Australia. This was Jos Buttler's first major achievement as a captain.

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Rafael Nadal Winning 22nd Major TitleRafael Nadal not only surpassed Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer after winning his 21st Grand Slam at the Australian Open, but he also extended his lead by following up with French Open triumph a few months later. 

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