WHAT YOU MAY HAVE MISSED BETWEEN LAST NIGHT AND THIS MORNING
1. Football – Bundesliga: Bayern and their 12th man
Football is sometimes made of amazing scenes. Saturday, on the occasion of the 28th day of the German championship, Bayern played at 12 for 17 seconds in Freiburg, during a player substitution. Large winner (1-4), Munich nevertheless risks losing its three points on the green carpet.
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2. Football – Ligue 1: Rennes and Nice neutralize each other
Best attack of the championship of France, Rennes got the draw in Nice (1-1), best defense of L1, Saturday during the 30th day. The Bretons consolidate their place on the podium (2nd on equal points with OM) and keep the two lengths ahead of the Azureans (4th).
The other match ended with a goalless score between Lille (6th) and the red lantern Bordeaux.
3. Tennis – WTA Miami Swiatek is No. 1
Iga Swiatek went big to justify his new status as world No. 1, which will be official on Monday. Saturday in Florida, the 20-year-old Pole overwhelmed the Japanese Naomi Osaka, 6-4, 6-0, and thus signed her third consecutive title after Doha and Indian Wells. She is only the fourth player to do the “sunshine double” (Indian Wells / Miami), after Steffi Graff, Kim Clijsters and Victoria Azarenka.
4. MotoGP – Argentine Grand Prix: Aprilia on pole
Could this third round of the Mondial de Vitesse be one of the great firsts? Spaniard Aleix Espargaro gave Aprilia his very first pole position in the elite category, and can hope to give the Italian brand its first victory on Sunday at Termas de Rio Hondo (8 p.m.).
Hampered in his fast lap by Jack Miller (Ducati Team), reigning world champion Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha Factory) settled for sixth place on the grid, three notches ahead of his fellow Frenchman Johann Zarco (Ducati Pramac).
5. Rugby – Top 14: The first round for La Rochelle
Stade Rochelais snatched victory on Saturday evening at the Chaban-Delmas stadium in Bordeaux (15-16), thanks to a penalty from its opening half Ihaia West after the siren. The Maritimes, who will meet UBB twice in April in the Champions Cup, are five points behind the Girondins in the French championship standings.
The other matches of the 22nd day saw the success of Montpellier against Usap (23-13), Castres against Toulouse (19-13) and Toulon against Lyon (43-10).
6. Basketball – NBA: The Nets defeated despite Durant’s 55 points
Despite the 55 points of a Kevin Durant of the big nights, Brooklyn has a little more complicated the task for the play-offs by losing Saturday in Atlanta (122-115) while Miami has consolidated its place of Eastern Conference leader by beating Chicago (109-127). In the West, Golden State, third, made up for a delay of 13 points at the break and ended up styling Utah (111-107).
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Golf – LPGA Chevron Championship : American Jennifer Kupcho took the lead in the first round of the Grand Slam by returning a card of 64, Saturday at Rancho Mirage, six strokes ahead of Thailand’s Patty Tavatanakit.
- PGA : The South African Dylan Fritelli is joint leader of the Texas Open after the third round with the Americans Beau Hossler, Brandt Snedeker and JJ Spaun.
Cycling – Tour of Spain : The impossible no one is bound. Victim of a serious accident during training in Colombia on January 24, Egan Bernal has confirmed that he will not participate in any grand tour this season. “The Tour of Spain might be a bit too much. Clearly I wouldn’t be ready to race it, it would be asking a lot of my body,” he said.
Volleyball – Coupe de France: Chaumont won the trophy by beating Tours in the final, in a tie-break 3 sets to 2 (25-20, 21-25, 25-23, 22-25, 19-17), in Paris.
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WHAT YOU CAN’T MISS TO FOLLOW TODAY
1. Cycling – Tour of Flanders: Who to beat Van der Poel?
The 106th edition of the second Monument of the season was to feature Wout van Aert and Mathieu van der Poel but the Belgian’s package, due to Covid 19, left the Dutchman very much alone. Was the Alpecin-Fenix star alone and will the race be more open? Answer from 10 a.m. on the 273 km course which will take the peloton to Oudernarde.
2. Football – Ligue 1: OM must react
Most of the 30th day takes place this Sunday since eight matches are on the program. After Strasbourg – Lens at 1 p.m., five matches take place at 3 p.m., with in particular OM – Saint-Etienne, postponed because of snowfall on Saturday. The Phocaeans have only one objective: to regain second place in Rennes. Lyon, 10th, will play big against Angers at 5:05 p.m. and PSG – Lorient will close the evening at 8:45 p.m.
3. Tennis – ATP Miami: Alcaraz young first?
A small place in history already awaits him. At only 18, Carlos Alcaraz can become the third youngest in a Masters 1000 behind Michael Chang and Rafael Nadal, from 5 p.m. in Florida. For this, the Spanish phenomenon must beat the Norwegian Casper Ruud.
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