American clubs dominate the list of the world’s most valuable

Economy. For the sixth year in a row, the Dallas Cowboys top the list published annually by the American financial magazine Forbes of the most valuable sports teams. The Dallas Cowboys, who play in the North American football league, NFL, are estimated by Forbes to be worth $ 5.7 billion – or about $ 35 billion. In general, American teams dominate the top 10 on Forbes’ list. The New York Yankees baseball team and the New York Knicks basketball team complete the top-3. This is followed by FC Barcelona and Real Madrid. They are both estimated to be worth around 29 billion kroner. Then follow the basketball clubs Golden State Warriors and Los Angeles Lakers, two more NFL clubs the New England Patriots and New York Giants before Bayern Munich closes the top-10.

Football. Inter with Christian Eriksen on the team has secured the Serie A title and now the Danish playmaker, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, will build on the excellent season. “It was hard to win this championship, but we did it with four games left of the season. It is a good starting point to start a new era. It will be difficult to win nine in a row (like Juventus, ed.), But we will try to create something beautiful, “says Christian Eriksen, who only this year has seriously decoded head coach Antonio Conte. ‘I was willing to learn new things when I arrived, but I had not understood that I had to follow Conte’s system all the time. Before, I was free to make decisions based on what I saw. It had a lot to do with intuition. Now there is a general plan we must follow. ”

Football. Germany have had problems in recent years with occupying the back seats with class players, but now national coach Joachim Löw may be able to solve the problem on the left side. VfB Stuttgart’s Borna Sosa has become a German citizen and therefore an opportunity ahead of the European Championships. Sosa has played international matches at U17, U19 and U21 level for Croatia, but as long as he has not made his debut on the A national team, he can easily change nationality.

Tennis. Alexander Zverev won the quarterfinals of the ATP tournament Madrid Open over home favorite Rafael Nadal clearly in two sets with the figures 6-4 and 6-4. In another quarterfinal, Dominic Thiem beat American John Isner in three sets with the numbers 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. Isner’s defeat means that American tennis, for the first time since the world rankings were introduced in 1973, does not have a player in the top 30.

Motorsport. Mercedes set the pace in the free practice before Sunday’s Formula 1 Grand Prix in Spain. On the pitch at Barcelona, ​​world champion Lewis Hamilton was the fastest man ahead of team-mate Valtteri Bottas. The Finn was fastest in the morning training, while Hamilton had the lead in the afternoon. Red Bulls Max Verstappen, who is in 2nd place in the World Cup standings, had a hard time after a second place in the first training session in the second, where he was just 9th fastest.

Tennis. Clara Tauson and her Belarusian partner Aliaksandra Sasnovich lost the semifinals in doubles at the WTA Challenger tournament in Saint Malo to the American couple Kaitlyn Christian / Sabrina Santamaria. The match had to end in three sets before the second-seeded Americans had won by the numbers 1-6, 6-4, 10-8.

Ice hockey. National team captain Peter Regin is definitely out of the World Cup later this month in Latvia. This is stated by the Danish Ice Hockey Union in a press release. The experienced forward has suffered an injury, and it is now clear that he will not be ready. However, national coach Heinz Ehlers can be happy that Mikkel Bødker (Lugano) is now joining the team. Phillip Bruggisser from Wolfsburg and Morten Madsen from Timrå are also still in the game to join the World Cup squad. They are thus completing their club seasons. DIU also states that several players from the NHL can continue to join the World Cup squad, including Frans Nielsen and Oliver Bjorkstrand.

On Thursday night, the national team showed good pace in the World Cup preparations. After the meritorious victory over Sweden recently, the team won 4-0 over Norway in Rungsted. Nick Olsen scored twice, while Markus Lauridsen and Frederik Storm cemented the victory. All goals were scored in the 3rd period. Denmark opens the World Cup in Latvia with a match against Sweden on 22 May.

Football. There is no need to smile and laugh when you have just lost a semi-final in the Champions League. Real Madrid’s Belgian star Eden Hazard was heavily criticized by fans and the media for being in a good mood after the meeting with his former club Chelsea on Wednesday. Now Eden Hazard apologizes to Real Madrid fans.

Eden Hazard (right) greets Cesar Azpilicueta.

“I’m really sorry. I read a lot of attitudes about myself today (Thursday, ed.) And it was not my intention to offend Real Madrid fans. It has always been my dream to play for Real Madrid, and I came here to win, “Hazard wrote to his 27 million followers on Instagram.

Golf. Nanna Koerstz Madsen and Nicole Broch Larsen held on the second day of the Honda LPGA in Thailand stuck in the good game. Nanna Koerstz Madsen is split 4s, while Nicole Broch Larsen is split 10s. Patty Tavatanakit from Thailand leads after two rounds in which she has used 128 strokes. Nanna Koerstz Madsen is five strokes behind, while Nicole Broch Larsen is seven strokes behind. Emily Kristine Pedersen is number 28 with 140 strokes. Elsewhere in the golf world, Sebastian Cappelen went a less than good first round at the Wells Fargo Championship in North Carolina, USA. With 74 strokes, he is ten strokes behind the leading American legend Phil Mickelson.

Fell. The racket gate, which is also enjoying growing popularity in Denmark, may show itself at the highest level in 2022, when the Danish Padel Open takes place as part of the World Padel Tour. The tournament will take place in the Copenhagen area in 2022, writes Ritzau. Royal Arena and Ballerup Super Arena are mentioned as possible arenas.

Badminton. The Malaysia Open, which was to run off the stack from May 25, has been postponed. This is stated by the International Badminton Federation (BWF) on its website. It is the corona pandemic that has meant that one has to postpone.

Curling. Madeleine Dupont and co. beat Estonia 9-6 at the World Cup in Calgary and after five victories in the last six matches is now in a shared fifth place of the 14 participating nations – and thus also for qualification for the Olympics in 2022 in Beijing. On Thursday, however, it also turned into defeat for Canada. On Friday, Denmark will play a decisive key match against Scotland, which is side by side with the Danes in the position. The last Danish opponent before a possible medal final is the Czech Republic.

Handball. The semifinals of the men’s league are starting to take shape in earnest. On Wednesday, Aalborg Handball and TTH Holstebro took the first two tickets, and on Thursday the two teams were joined by GOG, who defeated Sønderjyske 36-28 away. Bjerringbro-Silkeborg is also close after a 27-23 victory over KIF Kolding and can also still reach first place in the playoff group.

Football. There is apparently an organized hetz going on against the Swiss club and club director Roland Heri. It writes Ritzau. Most recently, a severed pig’s head was found in front of the club’s headquarters. FC Basel states on Instagram that the club has involved the police in the case, which is surrounded by a lot of mystery. In the past, employees have received magazines, catalogs and other things by mail and strangers have created subscriptions in their names. A doll depicting a Basel leader has also been burned in recent days.

Motorsport. The Formula 1 weekend in Spain has begun. Follow the training and qualification times here.


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