The story takes place in Denmark, in the second division football championship. Sunday August 22, FC Vendsyssel FF welcomes FC Fredericia, on behalf of the sixth day of the championship. In the 29th minute, an attacker from the latter club appeared alone against the Vendsyssel goalkeeper … when the referee of the match whistled a foul on him! He then realizes his error: the referee should have given the advantage to the attacker, allowing him to finish his action … Finally, the visitors, led, will succeed in coming back to score and the match will end with a 1-1 draw.
This is crazy … referee doesn’t play advantage and realizes very quickly that was a huge mistake pic.twitter.com/IN7FndMqmO
On Sunday, after Stade Rennes won the derby against Nantes, “Cama” came to the Roazhon Celtic Kop (RCK) room to thank them. It’s not the first time the player has visited the ultras after a game, but it tastes like a goodbye. It could bounce back at Paris Saint-Germain, the only club capable, a priori, of paying the 35 million euros requested by Rennes, and return to Roazhon Park on October 3 …
Kylian Mbappé no longer seems to want to hide that he wants to discover a new football championship. The Paris Saint-Germain striker blurted out a few words that damaged Ligue 1’s reputation with Spanish magazine Esquire. “France is not the best championship in the world, but I have always felt the responsibility, as an iconic player, to make it grow,” said the France international.
The 16th Paralympic Games in history kicked off Tuesday, August 24, from the Tokyo National Stadium. All 160 delegations – four fewer than in Rio five years ago – marched through the compound. As with the Olympic Games, the ceremony will take place behind closed doors, as will all the events. Japan still faces an increase in Covid-19 cases.
For the first time in twenty-eight years, Kenya will participate in AfroBasket, the African men’s basketball championship. A return to the flagship competition the team owes to its coach, Australian Liz Mills. She is the first woman to coach a men’s team participating in AfroBasket. Thousands of miles from Sydney, her hometown, Liz Mills will make history for good on Wednesday (August 25) in Kigali, Rwanda, when her team face Ivory Coast. She is an ambitious pioneer for her players and for women coaches.