WHAT YOU MAY HAVE MISSED BETWEEN LAST NIGHT AND THIS MORNING
1. Basketball – NBA: The Celtics regain control
Boston is again in the lead. Thanks in particular to their trio Jayson Tatum (26 pts, 9 wt), Jaylen Brown (27 pts, 9 rebounds) and Marcus Smart (24 pts, 7 rebounds), the Celtics took the best of Golden State on their floor (116- 100) to regain the advantage two wins to one in the 2022 NBA Finals. Steph Curry (31 pts), Klay Thompson (25 pts) and Andrew Wiggins (18 pts) could only see the damage.
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2. 24 Hours of Le Mans: Glickenhaus surprises
The N.708 of the American team Glickenhaus, Petit Poucet in the premier category of hypercars, surprised the Toyota N.7 and N.8 by setting the fastest time in the second free practice session of the 24 Hours of Le Mans on Wednesday , the night premiere. In the LMP2 category, it was again the WRT N.31 which went fastest, led by Dane Michael Christensen, Frenchman Kevin Estre and Belgian Laurens Vanthoor, clinching sixth place.
3. Football, Nations League: Austria-France maintained
Austria – France will take place this Friday in Vienna. The meeting was maintained by UEFA at the Ernst-Happel stadium. “UEFA have given their approval for Friday’s game“, in accordance with the recommendations of an independent expert report, announced the Austrian Federation, two days after the appearance of a gaping hole in the middle of the field at the end of the Austria-Denmark match.
WE HAVE ALSO RETAINED FOR YOU
- Soccer, Nations League : After their defeat against the Netherlands (1-4), Belgium managed an offensive festival by passing six goals to Poland (6-1), during the 2nd day of the League of Nations. Ukraine has found a smile against Ireland (1-0).
THE CATCH-UP VIDEO
While Aurélien Tchouaméni and Paul Pogba are announced close to Real and Juventus, PSG is slow to really activate on this transfer window. The fault with a still vague organization chart, in particular for the position of coach. Our journalists Julien Pereira and Cyril Morin look into the matter in Mercredi Mercato, available as a podcast every Wednesday.
“Zidane’s obsession with PSG is slowing down his entire transfer window”
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Handsome, charismatic, appreciated by his opponents and loved by the public, Paul Hunter had become a snooker star in the early 2000s. He could have, he should have become Ronnie O’Sullivan’s great rival. Triple winner of the Masters, the kid with the false air of David Beckham died of cancer a few days before his 28th birthday.
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WHAT YOU CAN’T MISS TO FOLLOW TODAY
1. Football, Transfers: Lacazette in Lyon, it’s for this Thursday
Lyon supporters are waiting for that. This Thursday morning at 9:00 a.m., Olympique Lyonnais is organizing a press conference with Jean-Michel Aulas and Bruno Cheyrou in particular. And a name is on everyone’s lips: Alexandre Lacazette who will be officially presented during this conference.
2. Cycling, Critérium du Dauphiné: Sprinters in the spotlight?
The profile of the 5th stage: a stage of “road-sprinters” for Groenewegen or Van Aert?
3. Football, League of Nations: Portugal wants to continue, Spain takes off
At 8:45 p.m., Portugal is opposed to the Czech Republic in Lisbon in the 3rd day of the League of Nations. With the desire to continue after his victory against Switzerland (4-0), marked by a double from Cristiano Ronaldo. Spain, held in check during their last two outings, hope for their part to really launch their campaign with a success against Switzerland.
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