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Football: Coach Van den Brom loses at home from Anderlecht
20.11 hrs with Genk: John van den Brom has taken a home defeat against Anderlecht with KRC Genk. The duel between the two subtoppers ended in 1-2, and the three hits fell at the initial stage. Theo Bongonda quickly delivered 1-0 after which Danny Vukovic (own goal) and Anouar Ait El Hadj signed the hits of the visitors. After that, the production fell silent on both sides.
Bart Verbruggen and Warner Hahn stayed on the bench with Anderlecht. The club from Brussels is fourth, now with 2 points less than number 3 Genk. The Van den Brom team has 17 points less than the leader Club Brugge, which won 2-0 at Waasland-Beveren on Saturday.
Football: Dave Bulthuis ends with Ulsan Hyundai 6th at World Cup clubs
18.30: Defender Dave Bulthuis and his South Korean club Ulsan Hyundai finished sixth in the World Cup for clubs in Qatar. The fifth place duel with Al Duhail, the champion of the host country, was lost: 3-1. Bulthuis played the whole game again with the Asian champion. The former defender also did this Thursday in the first World Cup match against Tigres from Mexico (1-2).
The Al Rayyan duel was led by Brazilian referee Edina Alves Batista. She is the first female arbitrator to be active in a senior match in a FIFA World Football League mens tournament.
The Mexican football club Tigres has settled for the finals. The Champion of North and Central America defeated Palmeiras from Brazil with 1-0. André-Pierre Gignac scored in Al Rayyan against the champion of South America from a penalty kick awarded shortly after the rest by arbitrator Danny Weijie. In the quarter-finals against the South Korean Ulsan Hyundai (2-1), the French former international was also very important with two goals.
Tigres plays on Thursday in the final against the winner of the duel between Bayern Munich and Al Ahly SC from Egypt. That semifinals will be played in Al Rayyan on Monday. The loser of that game will fight Palmeiras for third place on Thursday.
Football: European Championships in danger for Swiss defender Schär
18.19: The Swiss international Fabian Schär may have to miss the European Championships this summer. The 29-year-old defender of Newcastle United has suffered a severe knee injury. Schär went on Saturday by stretcher from the field in the 3-2 won home game against Southampton. Medical research showed that he ruptured a knee ligament.
“ This is hard to accept,” writes the 58-fold international (eight goals) on Twitter. “Im out of it for a few months, but Im going to do everything I can to get back to the field as soon as possible. My goal is to be ready for the European Championship.” Switzerland plays in group A against Wales, Italy and Turkey.
Since trainer Steve Bruce of Newcastle had already changed three times and Jeff Hendrick had been sent off with red, Newcastle had to play the last quarter with nine men after Schärs failure. Despite this, the team held up and took a little distance from the demotion zone in the Premier League.
Cycling: Filippo Ganna wins again in Star of Bessèges, final victory Tim Wellens
16.25 p.m.: Cyclist Filippo Ganna also wrote the final fifth stage in the Star of Bessèges to his name after the fourth stage. The Italian World Time Trial Champion was the best in the 11 km individual time trial with start and finish in Alès. The final victory in the French stage race went to the Belgian Tim Wellens.
In the time trial, Wellens defended a gap of 44 seconds on his compatriot Edward Theuns and 46 seconds on the Dane Mads Würtz Schmidt. The Belgian of Lotto Soudal finished fourth in the race against the clock at 29 seconds from Ganna and remained so well ahead of his competitors in the ranking. Wellens had taken the lead by winning the third stage after a solo.
Ganna traveled the 11 kilometers in 15 minutes. He was 10 seconds faster than Frenchman Benjamin Thomas and 21 seconds faster than his British teammate Ethan Hayter at Ineos Grandiers.
Bobsleigh: Ivo de Bruin at World Championships upside down in two-man bob
15.50: For bobsleigh player Ivo de Bruin, Germany, the bobsleigh World Championships in Altenberg ended in a disappointment. TheBrown and his inhibitor Janko Franjic went in the third run with their bobsled over the head.
The Dutch duo went down hard with the release of the Kreisl, the long turn on the track in Altenberg. The two Dutch people were unharmed at first sight in the crash. De Bruin started with a 21st place after two difficult runs on Saturday.
“ Yesterday was already disappointing with the 21st place after two runs, but that was surpassed in terms of disappointment today”, De Bruin responded to his crash, which ended up 23rd. “Were okay, thats the most important thing. We know it belongs to this sport, but of course it is not a goal.”
The world title again went to the German Francesco Friedrich. The German surpasses Eugenio Monti with his seventh world title in a row in the two-man bob and his tenth in total. In the 1950s and 1960s, the Italian also captured seven world titles in the two-man bob and two in the four-man bob.
Football: Bayern trainer Hansi Flick sees no excuse in messy run-up World Championships
14.50: Bayern Munich experienced a far from smooth preparation for the World Cup for clubs in Qatar, but trainer Hansi Flick doesnt want to hide behind it. “Without a doubt, it was not an ideal run-up. But we arrived safely, there are no excuses,” said Flick at the Al-Rayyan stadium, where the winner of the Champions League takes on Monday against the African club champion Al Ahly from Egypt.
Bayern wanted to fly directly towards Qatar after the 1-0 away match against Hertha BSC in Berlin on Friday night. Due to a night flight ban at the airport in the German capital, the aircraft containing Flicks selection was not allowed to leave around midnight. It was only after hours of waiting that Bayern Munich could finally fly to Qatar. “Those responsible do not realize what they did to our team,” complained Bayern President Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
Flick didnt want to worry about it. “Thats past tense. We are here now and we are going to prepare for Mondays contest.” Under the leadership of 55-year-old Flick, Bayern took the double in his own country (title and cup) and won the Champions League last season. The Rekord also captured the German and European Supercup at the beginning of this season. “We have won five prizes together, but as a top athlete you always set new goals. Now we want to win this World Cup too.”
Golf: Joost Luiten concludes Saudi International positively
14.00 hours: Golfer Joost Luiten concluded the Saudi International with a reasonable round of 69 strokes (-1). The Dutch pro climbed a bit in the ranking and ended as shared 41st with a total score of 3 under par.
After two laps Luiten stood well at the tournament of the European Tour and evoked for a high ranking, but in the third round he grossed in error and plunged through a round of 75 strokes (+5) into the stand.
Also in the fourth and last round Luiten started moderately. After five holes he stood at +3 for the day, but then followed a cover and he beat four more birdies together.
King Abdullah Economic Citys Royal Greens tournament won an appealing winner. The American Dustin Johnson, leader of the world ranking, won after a final round of 68 strokes with a total of 15 under par. He had two strokes less than his compatriot Tony Finau and the British Justin Rose, who shared second place with -13.
Football: West Ham United appealed against nonsensical red card
13.55 p.m.: The English football club West Ham United appealed against the red card that Tomás Soucek received Saturday in the injury time of the match against Fulham (0-0). The Czech had to leave the field because with his arm, apparently by accident, he hit opponent Aleksandar Mitrovic in the face at a resumption of play. Referee Mike Dean, on the advice of the VAR, went to look at the images and decided to turn red, to the bewilderment of almost everyone.
“ Youre kidding me?” , wrote former striker and TV presenter Gary Lineker on Twitter. “In a million years, this is not a red card. This clearly happened by accident. What nonsense.”
During a game resumption, Soucek wanted to put his arms in the air, so that his opponent could not hold him to it. The Czech grazed Mitrovic, who dropped himself to the ground. Soucek immediately apologized and showed that it happened by accident. By appealing, West Ham hopes the midfielder wont get a suspension from the Disciplinary Board.
Football: Leipzig – Liverpool in Champions League in Budapest
13.52 hrs: The first duel between RB Leipzig and Liverpool in the eighth finals of the Champions League is played in Budapest, Hungary.
The clubs meetbecause of the travel restrictions due to the coronavirus on Tuesday 16 February not in Germany, but in the Puskás Arena in Budapest.
Leipzig, Justin Kluiverts club, had to look for a different location because it cannot host Liverpool at its own stadium. The German government is currently not letting aircraft land from Britain because of the contagious British variant of the coronavirus. In order to avoid a regulatory defeat, Leipzig had to come up with an alternative. London was also an option, but the choice fell on Budapest.
The return to Anfield, Liverpool Stadium, is on Wednesday, March 10th.
Football: Bielefeld – Bremen in Bundesliga canceled because of snow
13.22 hrs: The match in the Bundesliga between Arminia Bielefeld and Werder Bremen does not take place. Also in Germany a large layer of snow has fallen and it turned out impossible to make the field snow free. The duel would start at 18.00, but around noon the organisation of the German football league decided to cancel.
Earlier this day, Arminia Bielefeld, in consultation with the DFL, the German football league, had agreed to do everything possible to prepare the field for the match. However, it turned out to be unstarted work.
With Bielefeld, Michel Vlap, who was rented from Anderlecht this week, could have made his debut against Werder Bremen. At the number 16 of the Bundesliga also plays defender Mike van der Hoorn.
The match between TSG 1899 Hoffenheim and Eintracht Frankfurt is scheduled for Sunday afternoon 15.30 hrs. In the Dutch football competition the KNVB decided on Saturday to cancel all matches for Sunday because of the winter weather.
Cyclist Meyer prolongs Australian road title
12.36 hrs: Cyclist Cameron Meyer has prolonged his Australian title on the road on Sunday. The 33-year-old rider from the World Tour Team BikeExchange won the sprint of a small breakaway after a race over 185.6 km with start and finish in Buninyong. Kelland OBrien finished second and Scott Bowden became third.
“ No one felt his legs anymore. I probably never sprinted with lower wattages,” said Meyer after the tough championship. “But I just picked the right wheels and turned on at the right time. I cant believe I can keep this sweater for another year.”
Tennis: Liberating victory for Dan Evans
10.57 a.m.: Dan Evans had a very happy day in his tennis career on Sunday. The 30-year-old Brit won a tournament on the ATP tour for the first time in his professional career. He had to wait 14 years for that success, namely the final victory at the Murray River Open, a prep tournament at the Australian Open.
In the final, Evans finished convincingly with Canadian talent Felix Auger-Aliassime: 6-2 6-3, and for 20-year-old Auger-Aliassime it was already the seventh time he lost a final. Evans only played his third ATP final.
“ Of course I really wanted the title, but I did not approach the game differently than usual, and that worked well,” said the British. “Its a wonderful feeling, I must say. Its also nice that it finally succeeded, but I want to do it well this year in the big tournaments.”
Evans did not lose any set in the Murray River Open and can confidently enter the Australian Open. The number 33 of the world hits Tuesday in the first round his compatriot Cameron Norrie.
Tennis: Ashleigh Barty makes Aussies happy
10.15 am: Australian tennis player Ashleigh Barty can confidently embark on the Australian Open. The leader of the world rankings wrote the Yarra Valley Classic on Sunday, one of the preparatory tournaments in Melbourne. Barty won the final of the Spanish Garbiñe Muguruza with 7-6 (3) 6-4
was the ninth tournament victory for 24-year-old Barty, who played her first tournament in 11 months. Because of the coronapandemic, she did not dare to travel and lacked last year at the tournaments that were finished after the long coronapauze.
Barty starts as one of the favorites for the final victory at the grand slam in her homeland. “I dont feel any extra pressure, it makes no difference to me whether its a grand slam or a regular tournament. I love to play in Australia and am well prepared,” says Barty. She plays her first round game against Danka Kovinic from Montenegro on Tuesday.
Basketball: Painstaking victory champion Lakers at Pistons in NBA
10.01 hrs: The basketball players of Los Angeles Lakers have won a difficult victory in the American NBA. The reigning champion needed a double extension in his own home to win Detroit Pistons: 135-129. Vedette LeBron James played a decisive role in the second extension. He brought the Lakers to the lead with a lay-up and set 33 seconds for the final signal with a 3-pointprofit safe.
James made a total of 33 points and recorded 11 assists. His teammate Anthony Davis was good for 30 points. Jerami Grant was the best shooter in the Pistons with 32 points. The Lakers ranks second in the western division of the NBA behind the surprisingly strong Utah Jazz. The Pistons are less rosy; the Detroit team lost for the eighteenth time this season and dangling at the bottom of the eastern division.
Tennis: Russia defeats Italy in final ATP Cup
06.42 hours: The tennis players of Russia have won the final of the ATP Cup battle.
Daniil Medvedev finished 6-4 6-2 with Italian Matteo Berrettini in Melbourne, giving the Russians an unbridgeable lead of 2-0. Previously, Andrey Rublev was far too strong for his Italian opponent Fabio Fognini, it became 6-1 6-2. the successor of Serbia, which won the first edition of the national tournament a year ago on the eve of the Australian Open. The matches consist of three games, two single games and a double.