Football. It will go improbably wrong if the World Cup qualifier is to crack for England after a 5-0 relegation against Albania with a hat trick by Harry Kane. England secure the ticket to Qatar with just one point away against San Marino on Monday. Harry Kane scored his third goal when, after a corner kick, he threw himself around in the air and completely escaped the ball in goal to make it 5-0 in overtime of the first half. Robert Lewandowski scored Poland’s first and final goal in the 4-1 victory over Andorra, but is 3 points and 6 goals behind England before the final round. In Group C, on the other hand, a drama is planned for Monday, when Italy and Switzerland will go on a goal hunt after playing 1-1 in Rome. Italy is 2 goals better than Switzerland, who play at home against Bulgaria, while Italy is going to Northern Ireland. Italy were behind after a superb shot by Silvan Widmer, but Giovanni De Lorenzo equalized when Yann Sommer came out of the goal too late, and in the last minute Jorginho kicked over goal on a penalty kick that could have sent Italy halfway to Qatar.
Football. With a 2-0 victory over Moldova, Scotland has secured second place in the World Cup qualifying group, which Denmark is sure to win with two matches left. The 20-year-old Rangers player Nathan Patterson got a starring role when after gang play with John McGinn he kicked the ball flat in the long corner with his left leg to 1-0 and in the second half added up to the 2-0 goal with a breakthrough on the right wing and a perfect layup for goal scorer Ché Adams from Southampton. The game had been on for 81 minutes when Craig Gordon broke through on the right, upping the score for Vadim Rata to 0 – 4, much to the home crowd ‘s dismay.
Motorsport. When Lewis Hamilton in the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday tries to reduce Max Verstappen’s lead by 19 points in the World Cup standings, the conditions become a little more difficult than usual. Once again, the engine has to be replaced in Britain’s Mercedes, and it costs five places before the start of the race. The qualification is different, as a 100 km long race is run on Saturday, where 3, 2 and 1 points are given in the World Cup standings for the first three, and where the order determines Sunday’s starting order – where Hamilton thus moves five places backwards.
Football. Unrest in the stands and bad behavior on the pitch during the Red Stars’ latest home game in the Europa League against FC Midtjylland costs the Serbian club a boat of 45,000 euros (approx. DKK 300,000) as well as a home game without spectators. Several players showed inappropriate behavior and from the stands things were thrown on the field and provocative messages of an abusive nature were shouted, Uefa informs.
Golf. With rounds in 74, 66 and 67 strokes, Emily Kristine Pedersen finished as number 13 in the Aramco Team Series, where she was defending champion, but still there was a trophy for the Danish Olympic participant. Together with Hannah Burke, Krista Bakker and amateur Ahmed Al Subaey, Emily Kristine Pedersen won the tournament’s team competition for the second year in a row. In the rematch against Lydia Hall, Emily Kristine Pedreen secured the victory with an eagle on the second hole. With the individual victory, the 17-year-old Slovenian Pia Babnik won for the second time on the Ladies European Tour.
Football. French police on Thursday released Paris Saint-Germain player Aminata Diallo, who has been detained in connection with a violent assault on club mate Kheira Hamraoui last week. 26-year-old Diallo has not been charged, Versailles prosecutor Maryvonne Caillibotte confirms, according to Ritzau to the AFP news agency. A third PSG player, Sakina Karchaoui, has also been asked to give his version of the case, while a man who is friends with Diallo has been detained and released again without charge by Lyon police.
Diallo and Hamraoui, who play the same position in midfield and are thus rivals, were sitting together in a car when masked perpetrators assaulted Hamraoui and hit her on the legs with iron bars, while Diallo was held by a perpetrator and escaped the incident unharmed. . PSG have condemned the attack, but remain silent on the matter. A scheduled press conference on Friday has been canceled for fear that all questions will be about the assault.
Golf. Joachim B. Hansen went another excellent round on the second day of the Dubai Championship in the United Arab Emirates, but despite five birdies and 67 strokes, he has moved from first to a shared second place. French Antoine leads after a 64 with 129 strokes, while the Dane and Italian Francesco Laporta follows right behind with 130 strokes. Thorbjørn Olesen is after 68 strokes and a total of 135 No. 17 and follows along with Jeff Winther (No. 47, 138 strokes) with Joachim B. Hansen for the weekend’s final two rounds. Lucas Bjerregaard, Thomas Bjørn and Benjamin Poke did not make the cut.
Football. The death of Argentine Emiliano Sala in connection with a plane crash almost three years ago has led to a prison sentence. It writes the BBC. It is the British businessman David Henderson, who has been behind bars for 18 months for arranging the flight across the English Channel when Sala was in the process of completing a club change from Nantes to Cardiff. The pilot of the crashed plane, David Ibbotson, was not in possession of the necessary licenses and Henderson has therefore been convicted of failing to comply with safety measures.
Football. 165 minutes, the Argentine striker Sergio Agüero has played for FC Barcelona this season after the change from Manchester City and maybe it will not be more in an otherwise very nice career. The Spanish radio station Catalunya Radio believes that they know that the heart problems that the 33-year-old was recently diagnosed with are so serious that they are incompatible with professional top sports. Neither Agüero nor the crisis-stricken FC Barcelona have commented on the information.
Handball. Randers HK has extended the contract with 23-year-old right-back Anne Berggreen. The two parties now have paper on each other until the summer of 2024.
Sled. Pole Mateusz Sochowicz, who earlier this week crashed in the Olympic ice channel in Chinese Yanqing and subsequently underwent several surgeries, has been discharged from hospital. To the Polish media Onet, he accuses Chinese track officials of being incompetent in the minutes after the accident, which according to Mateusz Sochowicz “could have had a tragic outcome”.
Football. Brazil is the fourth team after host nation Qatar as well as Germany and Denmark to qualify for the World Cup in 2022.
On the night before Friday, the five-time world champions won 1-0 over Colombia at home in São Paulo. Midfielder Lucas Paqueta scored the decisive goal as he sent the ball in behind Colombia’s David Ospina after a stick from Neymar in the 71st minute. Elsewhere in the South American qualifiers, Chile won 1-0 in Paraguay and Peru certainly won 3-0 at home against Bolivia.
- Overview: The position in South America
Football. Former national coach Morten Olsen has announced his arrival in the Park tonight in connection with the World Cup qualifier against the Faroe Islands. Captain Simon Kjær is to be hailed for having played 100 international matches, and Lasse Schöne is to be hailed after stopping his national team career. And it is Morten Olsen who will present flowers to the two players he himself made his debut on the national team in 2009.
Handball. After 13 years in Herning-Ikast, the soon to be 40-year-old German goalkeeper Sabine Englert will move on to another club after this season. “Sabine can not be praised enough for her efforts in the club, where she has been an indispensable player for so many years,” says Herning-Ikast’s director, Daniel Grønhøj and adds: “I dare not think about how many victories and titles she has been crucial in getting to the club, something she will never be forgotten for in Herning-Ikast «.
Tennis. Top-seeded Belarusian Aryna Sabalenka got off to a bad start at the WTA Finals in Guadalajara, Mexico, when she was defeated by Paula Badosa of Spain 6-4, 6-0. In the second match in Group 2, the Greek Maria Sakkari defeated Iga Swiatek from Poland 6-2, 6-4.
Ice hockey. Lars Eller scored his first goal of the season in the NHL as the Washington Capitals striker found his way to the net in the 2-0 away win over the Detroit Red Wings. Russian Dmitri Orlov and Lars Eller scored the goals with just ten seconds between them after just over 12 minutes of play in the first period.
Ice hockey. Denmark’s women’s ice hockey took a step towards the Olympics in Beijing on Thursday with a 4-0 victory over Italy in German Füssen. The match was Denmark’s first of three in a qualifying group that also includes Austria and Germany. Only the winner qualifies for the Olympics. On Friday, Denmark has a rest day, before Austria and Germany wait on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
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