Aalborg shoots Niklas Landin down in great Champions League triumph

Handball. Aalborg delivered an excellent effort and a huge result by defeating THW Kiel 35-33 in the group stage of the Champions League, a tournament the German club has won four times. Nikolaj Læsø contributed with 9 goals to Kiel goalkeeper Niklas Landin was shot down. Still, Landin was close to turning the match around, as he delivered a great save a minute and a half before time at 34-33, but Kiel subsequently threw the ball away and in the last second Nikolaj Læse scored the last goal on a free-kick.

Football. Mohamed Daramy got the chance from the start when already qualified Ajax in Turkey with a reserve-packed team met Besiktas, but after several futile finishes, the former FCK player was replaced at the break as Besiktas led 1-0. Sebastian Haller came in as a replacement and secured with his goals no. 8 and 9 a victory for Ajax of 2-1. Inter also had a double goal scorer as after burnt chances on the streak managed to defeat Shakhtar Donetsk 2-0 on goals by Edin Dzeko after 61 and 69 minutes. Inter will be sure of promotion to the quarter-finals if Real Madrid later tonight wins in Moldova over Sheriff Tiraspol.

Curling. After defeats of 8-6 to Germany and 12-2 to Switzerland, Denmark’s male EC team has no chance of advancing to the semifinals at the EC in Lillehammer. Despite the last stone, Mikkel Krause lost 5 points in the fifth end against Schweoz, who thus came ahead 10-2 and after another 2 points in the sixth end, the Danes gave up. The Danish women won 8-6 over Estonia and are with 2 victories in 8 matches in a shared 8th place.

Football. Ståle Solbakken, Norway’s national coach and former FCK coach, is appalled by the news that two Norwegian journalists have been arrested for 36 hours during a stay in Qatar. “It is tragic. This is one of many points that have been a concern: to come down and have full freedom of the press, “says Solbakken in an interview with VG, where he also longs for the two former Manchester United players who act as ambassadors. for the World Cup finals in Qatar. “It’s embarrassing,” says Solbakken. ‘Schmeichel fools himself strongly by saying it’s just football. No, it’s not just football, ‘says Ståle Solbakken.

Football. Bayern Munich players Joshua Kimmich and Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting have both been diagnosed with corinavorus. Both were already in isolation after being close to an infected one.

Badminton. Viktor Axelsen and Anders Antonsen are both ready for the 2nd round of the Indonesia Open. Axelsen defeated the Japanese Koki Watanabe 21-14, 21-14 and must meet the Indian Kidambi Srikanth. Three days after his final in the Indonesia Masters, Antonsen won 21-15, 17-21, 21-17 over Thai Kunlavut Vitidsar and is on to a match against Wang Tzu-wei from Taiwan.

Other results from Indonesia Open, men’s doubles: Kim Astrup Sørensen / Anders Skaarup Rasmussen-Lucas Corvee / Ronan Labar, France 22-20, 21-11. Women’s singles: Yu Po Pai, Taiwan-Line Christophersen 14-21, 21-18, 21-11. Women’s doubles: Meng Yean Lee / Cheng Wen Yap, Malaysia-Alexandra Bøje / Mette Poulsen 21-12, 19-21, 26-24.

Football. On the pitch, Frenchman Karim Benzema has only gotten better and better after turning 30 years old. He has scored on the assembly line for Real Madrid, where he has also become captain. But off the field, he is hit by a spit fire from previous years. On Wednesday, the 33-year-old attacker was found guilty of having participated in a bizarre extortion case. It writes the news agency Reuters. Karim Benzema was charged with having participated in an attempt to blackmail his then French national teammate Mathieu Valbuena with a sex video in 2015.

The sentence is one year probation and a fine of 75,000 euros, equivalent to just over 557,000 kroner. According to the prosecutor, Benzema acted as an intermediary for a childhood friend who was in possession of a sex video with Valbuena and his girlfriend. Benzema was not even present in court as he traveled with Real Madrid to Moldova for the Champions League match against FC Sheriff Tiraspol on Wednesday night. Benzema denies involvement in the extortion, and has instead claimed he tried to help Valbuena out of a difficult situation.

Football. Danish fans will stay home from the World Cup in Qatar next year. This is the call again from the association Danske Fodboldfans (DFF). On Wednesday, DFF sent out the message on its website. This has happened in response to the fact that Qatar has not moved sufficiently on a number of demands for improvements, which DFF made in March this year. “We hope that we can get all Danish fans to stay away, and that we can inspire other fans around the world to critically consider whether they should leave,” says DFF chairman Christian Rothmann and adds: “So long fans attend the football party in Qatar or turn on the TV screen at home, Qatar achieves its goal of exposure «.

Football. In connection with a reportage trip to Qatar prior to next year’s World Cup tournament, two Norwegian journalists have been arrested and detained by local authorities for 32 hours. According to Qatar authorities, the journalists from NRK, who are now back in Norway, were arrested for, among other things, illegal intrusion and for having filmed without permission in a private area.

The case now makes the Norwegian Football Association reconsider whether they want to take the Nordic colleagues in, among others, the Danish Boldspil-Union (DBU) on a trip to Qatar to point out the many obvious problems around basic human rights associated with the World Cup. “An important motive for traveling to Qatar is to speak directly to the sources. If what they say is not true or we can not trust the answers we get, there may be no purpose to it. We must assess this in the next few days, “says Secretary General Pål Bjerketvedt according to Ritzau to NTB. The director of the Danish Boldspil-Union (DBU), Jakob Jensen, informs Ritzau that the Danes still intend to leave.

Football. National team captain Pernille Harder (Chelsea), Signe Bruun (Lyon) and Rikke Sevecke (Everton) are the three nominees for the award as the female player of the year in Denmark. This is stated by the Players’ Association and the Danish Boldspil-Union (DBU), which unlearns the winner at a gala show in Herning on 8 January. Pernille Harder has won the award 7 times before and this year the Chelsea striker has also been nominated for the Ballon d’Or award and the International Football Association (Fifa) The Best award.

Tennis. According to Ritzau, the EU wants China to present ‘verifiable evidence’ of where Peng Shuai is and how her condition is. “We call for a full and transparent inquiry,” said a spokesman for the EU Foreign Service. The spokesperson refers to the accusations that Peng Shuai has made against one of the country’s formerly powerful politicians about sexual assault.

Football. Injured Barcelona striker Martin Braithwaite is looking forward to working with new coach Xavi. “Now it’s about coming back, but I get a really, really big role,” says the Danish national team player in an interview with Viaplay. Braithwaite’s first encounters with legendary Xavi have made a big impression. “He has control over what he wants to do and wants to change. He knows 100 percent how he wants to play, and that makes there an insane clarity about things. It will be very exciting, “says Martin Braithwaite.

Football. Sheffield United player John Fleck collapsed on Tuesday night in the showdown against Reading in the second-best English row. It is unknown what caused the incident, but Fleck was able to get up before being carried off the field. The game was interrupted for almost 11 minutes before Sheffield United won 1-0, writes the BBC according to Ritzau.

Handball. Aalborg’s national team subject René Antonsen can breathe a sigh of relief after an X-ray examination that has shown that he has escaped an accident in a match last week against Kiel without serious injuries. “Fortunately, nothing has broken, so right now I’m waiting for the swelling to subside enough for me to endure the pain and get my foot in a handball shoe again,” says Antonsen to Nordjyske.

Football. Since November 2, the German Bundesliga club Hertha Berlin has had the opportunity to sanction players who have not been vaccinated against corona. The club’s general manager, Fredi Bobic, informs the newspaper Bild that players who are in corona quarantine are no longer entitled to a salary.

Boxing. Oliver Møllenberg has been involved in a serious car accident, but is out of danger. It writes the local media Netavisen Gribskov according to Ritzau. The boxer’s brother was also in the car. “Tobias is the one who is worst prepared with a number of fractures to the back and neck as well as fractures in the face, while Oliver is immediately released with minor injuries and possibly a small fracture in the back,” says the brothers’ father, Thomas Møllenberg, to Netavisen Gribskov.


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