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Football: Strootman joins at winning Marseille
23.21 hrs: Olympique Marseille has won Girondins Bordeaux in the French football league.
Florian Thauvin opened the score in the 5th minute. After fifteen minutes of play, the attacker could have increased the lead, but goalkeeper Benoît Costil stopped his penalty.
In the second half Marseille continued through Jordan Amavi and a Brazilian Pablo‘s own goal. Bordeaux scored in the 83rd minute via Josh Maja against.
Orange-international Kevin Strootman entered the field near Marseille in the 86th minute, which after seven matches has twelve points.
Football: Bruges lost points at Standard due to late penalty
23:20 p.m.: Club Brugge has lost two points in the Belgian football league at Standard Liège. The home team saved a point by cashing a penalty deep in injury time: 1-1. Bruges gets nineteen points due to the draw, as much as Charleroi, which will take action on Sunday at Racing Genk.
Bruges, with captain Ruud Vormer, came ahead in the first half by a hit by Krépin Diatta. In the second half, the visitors, with Noa Lang making his debut as a substitute, defended that stand. Long headed even on the pole at a free kick of Vormer. A penalty kick from Standard couldn’t take care of the equalization. Goalkeeper Simon Mignolet took the stakes of Maxime Lestienne.
A equalizer by Lestienne was then rejected for offside play, but a second penalty in injury time was still fatal to Bruges. Mats Rits got the ball against the elbow in the penalty area and after consultation with the VAR arbitrator Nicolas Laforge whistled for a second penalty kick. He still shot Nicolas Gavory.
Golf: Van Meijel best Dutchman on day three in Scotland
22.17 pm: Golfer Matt Wallace took the lead on the third day of the Scottish Championship in St. Andrews. The Englishman needed 66 strokes on Saturday and, with 198 strokes, 18 below the average, has a three-stroke head start over his compatriot Garrick Porteous. Golfer Lars van Meijel is the best ranked Dutchman in Scotland.
Van Meijel went around on Saturday in 70 strokes, bringing his total to 212. He hit an eagle on the sixth hole and then two birdies, but also two bogeys. He then rose to the shared 35th place. Wil Besseling just fell back in the general classification. He needed 73 strokes and descended to the shared 43rd spot, where also compatriot Darius van Driel, with 72 strokes, stands. Both golfers have a total of 213
Daan Huizing did not make the ‘cut’ on Friday. With a score of 151 strokes, after a round of 75, he stayed in the rear.
Football: AZ starts against VVV-Venlo with defender Martins Indi
19.20 hours: AZ starts against VVV-Venlo with defender Bruno Martins Indi in the base. The 28-year-old footballer was taken over from Stoke City just before the transfer market was closed.
Coach Arne Slot said Friday to be very satisfied with Martins Indi. “Bruno is fit and has left a very good impression last week,” he said.
Attacker Calvin Stengs returned to AZ after a suspension. Hobie Verhulst replaces goalkeeper Marco Bizot, who has been suspended.
AZ is still looking for the first victory in the first division.
Motorsport: World Champion Jeffrey Buis in footsteps Van der Mark 19.17 pm: Jeffrey Buis
has become world champion in the Supersport 300 at the Estoril circuit. The 18-year-old Kawasaki Ninja 400 driver followed in the footsteps of super bike driver Michael van der Mark, who won the 2014 Supersport 600 World Championship. The great talent from Steenwijkerwold is the fourth solo rider in the Dutch racing history of motorroad racing sport to claim the global title. In a distant past he was Jan de Vries (50cc in 1971 and 1973) and Henk van Kessel (50cc in 1974). In the siding class, father Egbert and son Bennie Streuer conquered world titles.
In the final weekend on the Portuguese circuit, Buis had to deal with his more experienced 24-year-old teammate and only remaining title candidate Scott Deroue who once came out in the grandprix‘s. He had tolead of 28 points defending and did so with paints, despite that after a moderate qualification he had to come from P19. Deroue from Nijkerkerveen didn’t do much better with an eighteenth starting place. In the big field, however, both managed to work forward. In the final phase, Buis remained just ahead of his rival (sixth and eighth) and thus secured himself of the world title.
“ I have no words for it. It‘s incredible,” stamped the brand-new champion who was shrouded by his accompanying team in specially designed t-shirt and adorned with a golden helmet. After his honor round he was congratulated by Van der Mark, after which both took pictures with the Dutch flag. In the euphoria it was almost forgotten that 16-year-old Koen Meuffels from Someren won a nice second place behind the Spanish winner Mika Perez. Both on Kawasaki.
Motorsport: Motorbike driver Rea takes title for sixth time in a row in Superbike
19.01 hours: Jonathan Rea has become World Champion Superbike for the sixth time in a row. The Northern Irishman finished fourth in the first race in Estoril, Portugal, and that was enough to secure the title.
After 22 out of 23 races, Rea has 353 points, more than competitor Scott Redding (281) who had to give up in Estoril. Michael van der Mark didn’t make it to the finish line on his Yamaha either.
The victory in Estoril went to the Turkish driver Toprak Razgatlioglu, who was ahead of Chaz Davies from Great Britain and Garret Gerloff from the USA.
Football: Attacker Mulenga scores on debut for winning Go Ahead
18.41 hrs: Jacob Mulenga has successfully been debuted with Go Ahead Eagles. The 36-year-old striker from Zambia met FC Eindhoven in the 69th minute in the field and in the 83th minute he made the 2-0.
Go Ahead Eagles finally won the duel with 3-0, and the first and third hit came to the name of Sam Beukema and Bas Kuipers.
Go Ahead won seven points out of the last three duels and is now in sixth place. FC Eindhoven is the number thirteen for now.
Tennis: Zverev to final in Cologne
18.31 pm: Alexander Zverev can win an ATP tournament on Sunday for the twelfth time. The 23-year-old German reached the final in Cologne on Saturday. Zverev, who was placed first, won in two sets of the Spaniard Alejandro Davidovich: 7-5 7-6 (3).
Zverev won a tournament seventeen months ago in Geneva for the last time. A month ago, the current number seven of the world was close to the final victory in the US Open. The Austrian Dominic Thiem just ran him in a grueling game of five sets. “That game is haunting my head 20 to 25 times a day. I even dream of it,” says Zverev Saturday.
In the final in Cologne, the Canadian Félix Auger-Aliassime is his opponent.
Tennis: Rublev and Coric reach final battle in St. Petersburg
18.30: Andrei Rublev has entered the final of the St. Petersburg tennis tournament. The third placed Russian won in three sets of Canadian Denis Shapovalov, who was scaled as number two: 4-6 6-3 6-4.
Rublev is also closer to participating in the ATP Finals, the end-of-year tournament with the best players of 2020.Petersburg, Rublev, Croat Borna Coric.
In Pula in Italy there is also a home player in the final. Marco Cecchinato plays for the tournament win against the Serb Laslo Djere.
Cyclocross: Aerts and Betsema win cross in Beringen
18.30 hrs: Toon Aerts and Denise Betsema have won the Ethias Cross in Beringen. For Betsema, it‘s the first win in this season.
Aerts arrived solo after ten rounds. He stayed 23 seconds ahead of his compatriot Eli Iserbyt on the difficult course in Beringen. The Dutchman Lars van der Haar came in third at 34 seconds.
Betsema only entered the riders for World Champion Ceylin del Carmen Alvarado and Italian Eva Lechner. Annemarie Worst lost a second place by a trap. She finally came in seventh.
“ For a change, I had a good start now,” said 27-year-old Betsema. “I got into second position, immediately went to the lead and suddenly struck a gap. Then I drove my own pace. During the descents I built up some margin, because when I was climbing, my lead was getting bigger.”
Betsema looked back on the previous season of which she missed a large part due to a suspension. “It is important, such a first victory of the season, it gives me peace of mind. Last year was very difficult, this victory makes up for so much.”
Baseball: Baseball League KNBSB after shutting down competition: no one champion
18.02 hours: In the main class at baseball this year no champion will come. Base- and softball bondKNBSB decided that after the competition due to the coronavirus has been shut down for at least a month.
After two matches, L&D Amsterdam stood a 2-0 lead in the Holland Series. The board of the KNBSB does not think that this lead is sufficient to appoint a champion for this season. “Although it is a good lead, the Amsterdammers have proven themselves a year earlier that a team can come back from beaten position and still pull the best-of-seven towards themselves”, the union says.
L&D Amsterdam won the title in 2019 by turning a 3-0 gap in the series into a 4-3 victory
. In consultation with the participating associations it was decided to only play a regular competition in this season, which was shortened by corona. – Robin! and Sparks Haarlem are at the top with 34 points from 22 matches. According to the competition rules of the KNBSB, a decision match would have to be played to determine a champion. Because this game cannot be played now, the board of the KNBSB has decided not to proclaim a champion in this class.
Motorsport: Quartararo grabs pole 17.33 hours after heavy fall in training
: Motorbike driver Fabio Quartararo starts the Grand Prix of Aragón Sunday from pole position. The Frenchman had fallen heavily earlier in the day during the free training, but that did not hinder him in the qualifying race.
For Quartararo it is the tenth time in his career that he achieved pole position in the MotoGP and the fourth time this year. Behind Quartararo, the Spaniard Maverick Vinales put down the second time.
Quartararo (Yamaha-SRT) has a 10-point head start over the Spaniard Joan Mir, who finished sixth in the qualification.
“ Frankly, shortly after I fell, I did not expect to be able to participate in the qualification,” said Quartararo, who, after his fall, spent tens of meters on the asphalt and seemed to suffer from his shoulder.
Mountain biking:Swiss Schurter wins European title mountain biking in his own country
17.32 hours: Swiss mountain biker Nino Schurter has won the European title at the Olympic cross-country in his own country. The Frenchman Titouan Carod became second and Schurter’s compatriot Mathias Flückiger took the bronze. The Dutchman Milan Vader ended in thirteenth place.
Nino Schurter also won the world title over the past five years, but disappointed ninth place in Austrian Leogang during the world championship last week. The Swiss, also the reigning Olympic champion, made up for that disappointment somewhat with the victory over the European Championships.
Father (24) did 2.30 minutes longer over the seven laps in Monte Tamaro than Schurter. De Zeeuw became third and second in the World Cup matches of Nove Mesto in early October, but there was no use on Saturday afternoon, just like during the world championship last week.
Terpstra takes silver at European mountain bike
16.09 hours: Anne Terpstra won the silver medal at the European mountain bike in Monte Tamaro, Switzerland. After five rounds, she finished 41 seconds behind the French World Champion Pauline Ferrand-Prévot, who drove away from everyone in the first round. The Ukrainian Yana Belomoina became third.
Ferrand-Prévot, with the victory in Switzerland one week after her world title, also has the European title. The Dutch Sophie von Bersis finished seventeenth in the final at more than 5 minutes from Ferrand-Prévot, and Anne Tauber broke off her ride prematurely.
The Zeeland Terpstra (29) has rebuilt its second place for the disappointing World Cup last week in Austria. There she was also one of the favorites for the final victory, but she dropped off in the second round.
Later today, the Dutchman Milan Vader will ride the final with the men.
Football: Waasland-Beveren-KV Oostende postponed due to corona infections
16.07 hours: The duel between Waasland-Beveren and KV Oostende in the Belgian competition on Monday has been postponed after a series of corona infections. That‘s what the organizer, the Jupiler Pro League announced.
The duel is the final match of the ninth day in the Jupiler Pro League. It is the first time that a match in the highest class of Belgian football has to be postponed because too many infections have been detected in a team.
Motorsport: Frijns second in first DTM race
14.51 hrs: Robin Frijns came second in the first of two races in the DTM this weekend. At the Zolder circuit, the Limburger only had to tolerate the reigning champion René Rast. The German, started from pole position, is therefore the new leader in the championship. Rast now has tenpoints more than Frijns’ teammate Nico Müller, who finished sixth.
The Dutch driver himself started from third place, quickly set up a position and put in another final sprint, but could not place a real attack on Rast. Frijns remains third in the championship. His backlog on the new leader Rast amounts to fifteen points. Sunday there‘s another race at Zolder. In November there will be one weekend at the Hockenheimring.
Marathon runs: Jepchirchir wins world title at half marathon
12.37 hours: Kenyan athlete Peres Jepchirchir has won the half marathon world title. She finished in Gdynia, Poland with a world record of 1,05.16.
The German Melat Yisak Kejeta finished second in 2 seconds. Yalemzerf Yehualaw from Ethiopia finished third at 3 seconds of the winner. Sifan Hassan did not participate. Last week, in consultation with her coach Tim Rowberry, the Dutch athlete decided to end her short but intensive season.
Last weekend in Hengelo, the reigning world champion at 1500 and 10,000 metres, improved the European record in the 10,000 metres to 29,36,67. 27-year-old Hassan crushed the world record in Brussels on 4 September and brought it to 18 kilometres and 930 metres. In between she won the 5000 metres at the Golden Spike in Ostrava.
Susan Krumins did not travel to Poland either. At the Nijmegen athlete, seventh in the 10,000 meter at the World Cup in Doha last year, played an injury this week and she doesn’t want to take any chances. Krumins acted as a driving driver in the London Marathon in early October.
Among the men, the World Championship at the half marathon went to Jacob Kiplimo from Uganda (58.49). Kenyan Kibiwott Kandie finished second in 5 seconds, just before Ethiopian number 3 Amedework Walelegn.
Baseball: Astros enforce seventh duel
08.39: The Houston Astros baseball players have forced a decisive seventh match in the American League final against Tampa Bay Rays. They were their opponent with 7-4 in charge.
Astros is only the second team in the history of the highest baseball league in the United States to recover from a 3-0 backlog in the playoffs after Red Sox in 2004.
Kenley Jansen also has the chance to participate in the World Series with Los Angeles Dodgers. The pitcher from Curaçao won with his club of Atlanta Braves (7-3). Jansen appeared on the hill in the ninth inning and threw out three opponents. Los Angeles Dodgers reduced the gap to 2-3
Motorsport: Iannone gets clarity from CAS 08.18 a.m. next month
: The court of sports bitrage CAS ruled mid-November in the appeal that Italian motorcyclist Andrea Iannone against a suspension of 18 months has registered. The MotoGP driver of Aprilia was caught at the Grand Prix of Malaysia last November using a prohibited anabolic steroid.
The International Motorsport Federation FIM will not allow Iannone to return to the king class of motorsport until 16 June 2021. He decided to appeal his suspension to the CAS. The Italian (30) has been driving the MotoGP since 2013. He made his only victory at a Ducati in 2016.
The current season in the MotoGP ends on 22 November with the Grand Prix of Portugal.
Football: Robinho proposes return to Santos from
08.11 a.m.: Brazilian footballer Robinho is not going to play for Santos football for the time being. According to the club from São Paulo, the 36-year-old attacker wants to focus on his trial in Italy first.
Three years ago, Robinho was sentenced to nine years in prison for his role in a group rape of a woman in Milan. He claims to be innocent and appealed. Robinho was acquitted of rape in 2009 when he played for Manchester City.
The former player of Real Madrid announced last week that he was playing football for Santos again. An influential sponsor then stepped out of discontent with Santos and three other lenders threatened to do the same. The appeal against the group rape in Milan is still under way.
Robinho began his career at Santos and returned twice before.