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Liverpool’s great record, Manchester United and Chelsea wins, Zlatan’s first goal, Olympic athletes can review other morning news – Football

1. What a cool Liverpool and Klopp! After victory over Tottenham Hotspur the gap between the “red” from the 2nd place is already 16 points. Moreover, Liverpool set a record for the top 5 leagues in EuropeHaving scored 20 wins in 21 matches.

Jürgen Klopp happybut not in a hurry celebrate. Mourinho praised the opponent, but also found a reason to complain. Jose, by the way, things don’t work out at all.

“Manchester United” defeated Norwich (4-0) and climbed to 5th placebut Chelsea retained a 5-point lead from the “red devils”, confidently beating Burnley (3-0). All results of the day – here.

2. In Series A, the leader stumbled – Inter missed victory over Atalanta (1: 1). Perhaps Christian Eriksen, who agreed with “nerazzurri” about a personal contract.

But everything is getting better at Milan – the first goal of the returning Zlatan helped beat Cagliari and interrupt a series of three matches without a win. Ibra scores in four decades and is a couple of steps from dozens of top scorers five strongest European championships.

3. IOC announced the possibility review of doping cases of 28 Russian athletesjustified after Sochi 2014. However, lawyer Artem Patsev is sure that chances of revision are minimal.

4. Norway won the men’s relay at the stage of the Biathlon World Cup, Russia – 4th. Among women Norwegians also showed the best result., Russians took 7th place. Vladimir Drachev explained unsuccessful results including new year holidays.

5. Xavi and Barcelona are serious now. Conversation officially confirmed, representatives of the Catalan club are in Qatar. Xavi himself is true assuresthat all his thoughts are only about the current team.

Another big news from Barca is Luis Suarez lays down on the operation and skip 4-6 weeks.

6. Transfers. Napoli signed the midfielder of Leipzig Demme, and in Ajax Ryan Babel is back. Liverpool needs Turkish goalkeeper Chakir, Milan interested in Begovicwho played in Azerbaijan.

“Ruby” returned to “Rostov” Kjartansson and terminated the contract with Vitaly Denisov. In the short list of Kazan captain of the national team of Kazakhstan Islamkhan. Semin wants to sign in Lokomotiv Japanese striker Asano, Robert Bozhenik did not move to CSKA due to agent intervention.

7. In the NHL Kovalchuk first scored for “Montreal” and brought the team the first victory in 9 matches – over Ottawa. New Jersey beat Washington, winning puck in the assets of Gusev. All results of the day – here.

8. In the KHL Avangard beat Barys, and Jokerit, losing to Severstal, interrupted a series of 5 victories contract. “Torpedo” suffered a third defeat in the last four matches. All results of the day – here.

9. Russian national tennis team in the ATP Cup semi-final lost to the Serbian teamwhich in the finale will meet with Spain.

Andrey Rublev won the tournament in Dohaby defeating the Frenchman Corenten Mute in the finals. it third Russian title in a career.

10. In the NBA, “Houston” defeated “Minnesota”, “Lakers” without LeBron and Davis beat “Oklahoma” and other results.

11. Handball team of Russia lost to the Hungarians in the opening match of Euro 2020 (25:26).

12. Earnings of the day. Conor McGregor earn 5 million dollars for the fight against Donald Cerrone. And Alina Zagitova received about 10 thousand dollars for one performance in Tatyana Navka’s show.

Quotes of the day

“Our problem is we go out to war, then we suffer”. Panarin about the defeat in the final of the MFM-2020.

“The new rules of the game of hand – sucks, stop blaming VAR for everything”. Michael Owen believes in technology.

“Almost all the Premier League players do not want VAR. West Ham midfielder Declan Rice on the contrary does not like.

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