Team Talk – Sunday in Budapest

Alfa Romeo Antonio Giovinazzi “It just wasn’t our day. It was a race where we had the chance to bring home a good result and we didn’t, but it is what it is. With the penalty after the restart, our race was pretty much compromised: it’s hard to say how much pace we really had as I spent a lot of time in traffic, but when in clean air we were pretty good so it’s disappointing not to finish in the points. Let’s focus on recharging our batteries in this…

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101 draw Lille boss on future of Arsenal-linked Renato Sanches

By Conor Laird Published: August 1, 2021 10:37 pm Last Updated: August 1, 2021 10:59 pm   During an appearance at the post-PSG vs Lille press conference this evening, 101 drew Lille boss Jocelyn Gourvennec on the future of transfer-linked midfielder Renato Sanches. Xeka makes the difference Two of French football’s biggest clubs went head to head a short time ago. After reigning supreme in Ligue 1 and the Coupe de France respectively, Lille and Paris Saint-German faced off in the Trophee des Champions, in Tel Aviv. The latter, who…

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Day 9 at Tokyo Olympic Games

Germany was the first country to qualify for the semifinals of the Olympic tournament on Sunday. In the sweltering Tokyo, the Germans settled in the quarterfinals with defending champion Argentina. It became 3-1. Belgium also joined the last four by beating Spain 3-1, just like India, which was too strong for Great Britain (3-1). India will play against world champions Belgium in the semi-final. Germany’s opponent for a place in the final is Australia, which defeated the Orange Men after taking shoot-outs. After regular time the score was 2-2. Clumsy loss of the ball cost…

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Rublev/ Pavlyuchenkova come from match point down to claim mixed doubles gold at Tokyo Olympics

Read also Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova interview: “I always believed in myself” Tennis Majors Read also Zverev joins Graf, Becker, Stich as Olympic gold medalists in tennis from Germany Tennis Majors Read also Switzerland’s Bencic beats Vondrousova for Olympic gold medal Tennis Majors Cet article Rublev/ Pavlyuchenkova come from match point down to claim mixed doubles gold at Tokyo Olympics est apparu en premier sur Tennis Majors. Source link

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Hungarian Grand Prix: Esteban Ocon Wins Chaotic Hungarian GP, Lewis Hamilton Takes Championship Lead

Lewis Hamilton missed the chance to chalk up his 100th victory but did take over the lead in the world championship as France’s Esteban Ocon steered his way through a chaotic Hungarian Grand Prix on Sunday to collect his first ever win. After a tactical error dropped pole-sitter Hamilton to last place, the Briton picked his way through the field, finally clawing his way past Ocon’s Alpine teammate Fernando Alonso, to finish third behind the Frenchman and Sebastian Vettel in the Aston Martin. For 24-year-old Ocon, who controlled the race from…

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Canadiens’ Paul Byron out for five months after hip surgery

Breadcrumb Trail Links Sports NHL Montreal Canadiens Hockey Inside Out Hockey The 32-year-old forward has two more seasons remaining on a four-year, US$13.6-million contract with annual salary-cap hit of $3.4 million. Author of the article: Stu Cowan  •  Montreal Gazette Publishing date: Jul 30, 2021  •  1 day ago  •  2 minute read  •  5 Comments The Canadiens’ Paul Byron had 5-11-16 totals in 46 regular-season games this year and added 3-3-6 totals in 22 playoff games. Photo by John Mahoney /Montreal Gazette Article content Canadiens GM Marc Bergevin announced Friday…

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Charles Leclerc was skittled out in ‘nice bowling game’

Charles Leclerc described the melee at the first corner of the Hungarian Grand Prix as “a nice bowling game” – but it left him understandably furious. Valtteri Bottas was the instigator of the mayhem on a greasy Hungaroring dampened by a rain shower when he ran into the back of Lando Norris, ending their races and that of Sergio Perez who also got caught up in the chaos. In trying to avoid that incident, Lance Stroll dived to the inside but got on the grass, lost control of his Aston…

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‘There is nothing bigger than winning Olympic gold’, claims Zverev

‘There is nothing bigger than winning Olympic gold’, claims champion Alexander Zverev Alexander Zverev has said that ‘nothing is bigger’ than winning an Olympic gold medal after he defeated Karen Khachanov to take the singles title in Tokyo. The 2020 US Open finalist became the first German man in history to win Olympic gold in tennis, and the first German player to claim Olympic singles gold since Steffi Graf in 1988. “There is nothing better than this,” said Zverev, who fell to the ground in celebration after securing the gold…

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Dyche provides Chris Wood update following New Zealand’s Olympics exit

By Conor Laird Published: August 1, 2021 6:57 pm Last Updated: August 1, 2021 6:58 pm   Burnley manager Sean Dyche this afternoon spoke out over the situation of Chris Wood, ahead of the opening of the fast-approaching new campaign. Japan march on Hitman Wood has of course long stood as one of the standout performers at Turf Moor. The 29-year-old has managed to hit double figures in the goalscoring charts in each of the last four Premier League seasons, proving integral to Burnley maintaining their top-flight status. This summer,…

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