According France Football, that Zidane goal, marked just before the break (and that blew up the final) gathers “balance, delicacy, power … It has everything”. But not only Zidane’s goal appears within the top ten. The third on the list is theformidable Chilean that Cristiano Ronaldo scored in Turin for Juventus. It happened in the spring of 2018, when a Carvajal center It was topped acrobatic by the Portuguese striker. For France Football, Christian reached “his moment of maximum glory: the one to see a stadium and rival supporters bowing to such a genius “. Between the volley of Zidane and the Chilean of Cristiano, the pyrotechnic auction with which Mauro Bressan (Fiorentina) scored against Barcelona in November 1999.Too the Chilean appears with which Gareth Bale on track last conquest of the Real Madrid Champions League. The formidable hit of the Welsh in the Kiev final against Liverpool it occupies the sixth position, behind the Stankovic goal (Inter Milan) from midfield to Schalke in April 2011, fourth place, and from the Mexes semi-volley (Milan) to Anderlecht in November 2012, fifth. Curiously, in the position 35 appears the Raúl’s second goal to Manchester United in 2000, but it does not appear for the same in itself, but for the play of Redondo, in which, with a heel, he got rid of the Norwegian defender Henning Berg before attending Madrid so that beat Van der Gouw. France Football has elaborated a ranking to choose the best goal that has been scored at the time of the Champions League, that is, from 1992 to 2020. In this way, the prestigious French magazine has indicated the top 50 goals of the competition that have been marked so far. And for said medium, the best goal which has been marked on these almost 30 years competition is the volley with which Zidane made Madrid win the Ninth European Cup in its history. Something that is about to reach coming of age (It will meet them next Friday, May 15), and that it served for the current coach Real Madrid inscribed his name in gold letters on the record of the highest European competition, after missing two finals (against Borussia Dortmund in 1997 and against Real Madrid himself a year later, in 1998.
Australian Federation of Travel Agents (AFTA) Travel Accredition Scheme (ATAS) has revealed that 98 percent of respondents are satisfied with its online process and a further 93 percent are likely to recommend ATAS to others.Travel agents applying for ATAS accreditation were asked to complete an online satisfaction survey as part of the application process.AFTA general manager, Gary O’Riordan has said that the industry is backing ATAS and participants have described the process of becoming accredited as seamless.“We implemented the satisfaction survey to capture industry feedback and ensure we are delivering a solution which is relevant to the needs of those applying for accreditation,” Mr O’Riordan said.ATAS has already gained traction across the industry with well over 2,000 locations now accredited and applications continuing to flow as all of the plans and marketing start to have a solid impact on both the industry and consumers.According to ATAS, common reasons agents are becoming accredited are to differentiate themselves from competitors and to be recognised as professional and credible.Furthermore, the feedback and response to the “Pack Some Peace of Mind” campaign being rolled out across print and radio by the consumer affairs agencies, has also been successful with a wide range of positive comments being fed back into AFTA from across the industry and consumers.Source = ETB News: Lewis Wiseman