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Football: Fulham also loses to Aston Villa
21.07: Fulham will not enjoy returning to the Premier League for the time being. The London club also lost the third league match with Aston Villa: 0-3
Jack Grealish, Conor Hourihane and Tyrone Mings scoring for the visitors from Birmingham. Kenny Tete fell out of Fulham with a calf injury.
After two duels, Aston Villa is still without losing points and stands fourth in the Premier League for the time being. Fulham is, after three defeats, the gate closer of the highest class of English professional football.
Football: Jong Ajax takes away from Excelsior 20.47 hours after rest
: Jong Ajax won the home duel with Excelsior (3-0). Brian Brobbey, Lassina Traoré and Kenneth Taylor scored in the second half for the home team.
Young Ajax started poorly on the new season in the Kitchen Champion Division, with three defeats in a row. Last week, Go Ahead Eagles was defeated (0-3).
Excelsior is the preliminary number 10 of the First Division. Jong Ajax stands one position lower, based on a worse goal balance.
Almost two hundred spectators watched the duel at sports park De Toekomst. From Tuesday no supporters will be welcome in the Netherlands at sports competitions of pros, amateurs and youth. The Cabinet has taken this measure because of the rapidly increasing number of coronavirus infections.
Football: Bayern against Dortmund without fans because of corona
18.09 hrs: The match between Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund for the German Supercup will be finished Wednesday without an audience. This was decided by the Munich City Council because of the growing number of corona infections in that city.
Many matches in the first two rounds of the Bundesliga were played with a limited number of fans in the grandstand. In Germany, they adhere to the rule that more than 35 infections per 100,000 inhabitants are not welcome. For less than 35 infections per 100,000 inhabitants, 20 percent of the stadium capacity can be used.
Football: Duels Kitchen Champion Division also spread in second period
17.38 hours: The matches in the Kitchen Champion Division are also in the second period always spread over five days, from Friday to Tuesday. Football Association KNVB does so at the request of the Coöperatie Eerste Division (CED) and FOX Sports. All matches from each round can then be broadcast live on television as much as possible.
In the first period, the same is happening now. Normally Friday is the fixed game night in the first division, but because of the coronavirus the clubs are only allowed to receive a reduced number of spectators in their stadiums and so many football fans are dependent on the TV. It even looks like no spectators are allowed to enter the football stadiums at all for the time being.
It was planned that in the second period, which starts at the end of October, Friday would become the regular playing day again. However, the KNVB will now also spread the matches from the tenth to the nineteenth round in five days.
Football: VVV two duels without suspended Pachonik and Janssen
16.45 hours: VVV-Venlo has to do it in the upcoming matches against ADO Den Haag and AZ without Tobias Pachonik and Simon Janssen. Both are suspended for three duels, one of which is on probation. Pachonik and Janssen were sent on Saturday by referee Kevin Blom with red in the lost away match against sc Heerenveen (1-0).
The German defender Pachonik had to leave after an hour of play after a charge on Joey Veerman, the goalscorer in the Frisians. Invaller Janssen got red in the final phase, also for a violation on Veerman. The midfielder of Heerenveen, who was hit hard on a knee, had to be replaced afterwards.
VVV says it deplores the prosecutions settlement proposal, but agrees to it.
Football: FC Utrecht captain Janssen makes his return after injury
16.19 p.m.: FC Utrecht captain Willem Janssen made his return in competition on Monday. During a training match behind closed doors with ADO Den Haag he played again. Janssen will soon be able to make playing minutes for Utrecht in the Eredivisie.
The 34-year-old Janssen tore at the end of January this year in the cup match against FCEindhoven has a cruciate ligament in the right knee. As a result, it was the immediate end of season for the defender. Janssen had to deal with an injury to his cruciate ligament earlier in his career.
Football: Lifetime suspension due to match fixing in Paraguay
16.18 p.m.: The FIFA Disciplinary Committee found Marco Antonio Trovato Villalba of Paraguay guilty of match fixing. The president of the Paraguayan football club Club Olimpia Asunción has been suspended for life for football related activities and has to pay more than 90,000 euros in fine.
According to FIFA, Trovato would have influenced a series of matches between 2018 and 2019. Moreover, the chairman of Olimpia would not have cooperated in the disciplinary procedure, which is contrary to the disciplinary code of the Football Association.
Football: Duckweed just out of circulation
15.18 hours: Toni Kroos has suffered a bilinjury from the match between his Real Madrid and Real Betis (3-2). The German midfielder is expected to rest for about two weeks.
Duckweed had to be replaced at the end of the first half. Hes probably missing the league matches against Real Valladolid and UD Levante. The international national team against Turkey, Ukraine and Switzerland were also at risk for him.
Cycling: Cyclist Stroetinga (35) ends career
14.06 hours: Cyclist Wim Stroetinga finished his career at the age of 35. Stroetinga, especially successful on the track, hopes to stay active in cycling.
“ I want to thank everyone who has assisted me over the years. After many great years on my bike, I decided to put a point behind my career,” writes Stroetinga on Twitter. “With healthy tension and open eyes, I look forward to the future, in this I hope to be able to do something for cycling.”
Starting this year, Stroetinga won the six days of Rotterdam (with Yoeri Hawk) and Berlin (with the Belgian Moreno De Pauw). De Frisian picked up three World Cup medals on the track, all on the scratch section. In 2007 and 2008 he conquered silver, in 2012 bronze. At EKs he won two bronze slices on this non-Olympic part (in 2016 and 2019).
Stroetinga was also active on the road, but especially on small shifts. He did drive for Milram in 2009 and 2010, at that time a team at the highest level.
Olympic Games: Torch relay through Japan along original route
13.39 hrs: The Olympic flame begins a journey through Japan on March 25 next year. The organisation of the Olympic Games assumes that the flame can travel the route planned for this year, through the 47 regions of the Asian country. The torch relay starts in Fukushima, the region hit by an earthquake in 2011, followed by a tsunami and a nuclear disaster. It led to at least 16,000 deaths.
The Olympic flame was traditionally ignited in Olympia Greece in March and arrived in Japan on 20 March. All those ceremonies took place soberly because of the coronavirus. A few days after the arrival of the flame, Japan decided, in consultation with the International Olympic Committee, to postpone the Tokyo Games to 2021.
The flame was shown to the public for a while in Fukushima, but at the beginning of April the doors were closed because of the virus. The lantern with the flame has recently been seen again at the Olympic Museum in Tokyo.
The relay through Japan starts on 25 March at the training complex of the national football team, J-Village. About 10,000 people will walk through Japan with the flame. The final point of the torch relay will be the opening ceremony at Tokyo Olympic Stadium on Friday 23 July.
Football: Already two trainers fired after two rounds of Bundesliga
13.36 hours: The German football league is only two rounds on its way, but already two trainers have been fired. After Schalke 04, FSV Mainz 05 decided to send away the head coach because of the disappointing start of the season. Mainz, the club of the Dutch football players Jeremiah St. Juste and Jean-Paul Boëtius, said goodbye to trainer Achim Beierlorzer.
The 52-year-old German team started the new season with a defeat at RB Leipzig (3-1) and had to bow to VfB Stuttgart in its own stadium after a 4-1 lead on Saturday. St. Juste and Boetius both had a base place.
In November last year, Beierlorzer was fired from FC Köln, but soon found a new employer in Mainz. Barely a year later, he has to leave again. Assistant Jan-Moritz Light takes over his duties for the time being.
Schalke 04 fired trainer David Wagner on Sunday, after the defeats at Bayern Munich (8-0) and against Werder Bremen (1-3).
Cycling: Alaphilippe deletes Walloon Arrow
11.56 hrs:The brand new world champion Julian Alaphilippe has opted out of the Walloon Pijl. The French cyclist, winner of the Ardennes hill classic for the past two years with the finish on the Muur van Huy, skips the race of Wednesday. His Belgian team Deceuninck – Quick-Step has appointed Tim Declercq as a replacement.
The 28-year-old Alaphilippe conquered the rainbow jersey in Italy on Sunday. The Frenchman jumped out of the group with favorites on the last climb road and solos to the finish line on the Imola race track. Presumably he will show his new sweater on Sunday in Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Alaphilippe also has the Amstel Gold Race (Saturday 10 October) on his program.
Alejandro Valverde does not participate in the Walloon Arrow either. The 40-year-old Spaniard, with five victories (2006, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017) record holder in the Belgian classic, takes a break. Valverde finished eighth at the World Championships, after becoming twelfth in the final classification of the Tour de France. The leader of Movistar wants to fire again in Liège-Bastogne-Liège on Sunday, just like Alaphilippe. Valverde won that classic four times.
Football: Flamengo plays after a remarkable turn
09:21 p.m. Flamengo, plagued by the coronavirus, has come into action in the Brazilian football league. One day before the match, the duel with Palmeiras was postponed by the judge, but ten minutes before the kick-off Flamengo was ordered to take office.
With a heavily devalued team Flamengo left a point to the duel in São Paulo: 1-1.
Flamengo has to deal with no less than 19 players who tested positive for the coronavirus. The club asked the Brazilian League to postpone the duel, but the union did not honor the request. The national sports court also rejected a request from Flamengo, after which a judge in Rio de Janeiro said Flamengo was in the right place. Shortly before the match, a court turned back the decision to postpone the duel. According to the Brazilian League, the outbreak in the reigning champion was “a stand-alone incident, which has nothing to do with the Brazilian competition.”
Both clubs had come to the stadium just to be sure.
Tennis: Australian Open wants tennis players to train during quarantine
08:50 hours Tennis players participating in the Australian Open early next year will probably be able to train during their quarantine. Thats what Tournament Director Craig Tiley said.
Players must, due to the strict coronare rules in Australia upon arrival, immediately two weeks in quarantine. Tiley is currently working to ensure players that they dont have to sit still in those two weeks. The tournament is working on so-called quarantine hubs, where players across the country – isolated from the outside world – can prepare themselves for the grandslam tournament and preparatory events.
“ Australia is a safe place and the people here have done a good job and kept the number of infections very low by wearing mouthcaps, taking social distancing seriously and adhering to hygiene regulations,” said Tiley, who hopes to be publicly welcome at Melbourne Park.
Tily advises participants to travel to Australia as early as mid-December. Normally, many players arrive around Christmas or later. Most tournaments in Australia start around New Year, but the final calendar has not yet been published.
The Australian Open starts on Monday 18 January. The state of Victoria, in which Melbourne is located, has been in lockdown since early August after a second wave of infections.
Basketball: Miami Heat wins sixth duel and takes place for NBA Finals
07.30 a.m. The basketball players of Miami Heat have secured a place in the NBA Finals. Heat won the sixth match against Boston Celtics in Orlando in the final battle of the Eastern Conference with 125-113
in the NBA Finals, the Miami team will compete against Los Angeles Lakers, which won Denver Nuggets in the final of the Western Conference.
The final starts Wednesday.