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The Man City UCL ban has caused speculation over the future of talismanic midfield ace Kevin De Bruyne. The Man City UCL ban was imposed on the Premier League club for breaking the Financial Fair Play Rules (FFP) on February 14 after the Man City owners were found guilty of misleading the European governing body over its Etihad sponsorship. The 28-year-old Kevin De Bruyne hinted that the Man City UCL ban, which could be upheld for up to two years, might force him to leave the club and play in the prestigious tournament with another top European suitor.
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FIFA and WHO have teamed up to combat the coronavirus (COVID-19) by launching a new awareness campaign led by world-renowned footballers, who are calling on all people around the world to follow five key steps to stop the spread of the disease.
Pep Guardiola's mother sadly died after contracting coronavirus
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Kohli and co routed in IPL opener
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Liverpool secures its first Premier League title
On Thursday, Liverpool secured its first Premier League title with Chelsea's 2-1 win over Manchester City, after what felt like countless close calls and heartbreaks. The nature of the typical soccer season offers plenty of things to follow beyond the title: There are Champions League and Europa League spots still to be determined; the relegation fight tends to last until the final matchday; and the FA Cup is set to resume at the end of this month. Still, the title race is typically the headliner, and once it's off the board, the reflection begins. However the 2019-20 season will be remembered primarily for the coronavirus pandemic stoppage, which in itself made this one of the strangest sports years on record across the world. Source: Skysports
Bayern Munich win eighth successive Bundesliga title
Bayern Munich have been crowned Bundesliga champions for an eighth successive season after a 1-0 win at Werder Bremen. Bayern’s domination of German football continues as an 11th successive win means Borussia Dortmund can no longer catch them. It was fitting that Robert Lewandowski’s goal earned the title, with the Poland striker’s 31st league strike of the season enough to see off struggling Bremen – even a red card for Alphonso Davies late on could not sour the evening. The manner of Bayern’s 29th champonship, with a three-month suspension, will live long in the memory thanks to the scintillating style of play introduced by Hansi Flick, who took over from Niko Kovac in November. They have been particularly fearsome since the restart last month and on this form will be stron..
La Liga is back and Messi scores aganist Leganes at Camp Nou
In its first match without fans at the 99,000-capacity Camp Nou Stadium since the Spanish league was suspended because of the Covid-19, Barcelona defeated Leganés 2-0 Tuesday with a goal by Lionel Messi.Ansu Fati also scored as Barcelona overcame a slow start against its last-place opponent to open a five-point gap to Real Madrid ahead of the rival’s home game against Valencia on Thursday.Fati opened the scoring just before halftime and Messi converted a 69th-minute penalty for his league-leading 21st goal. It was also his 699th career goal for club and country.Messi also scored as Barcelona returned to action on Saturday with a 4-0 win at Mallorca in its first game in more than three months following the pandemic break.“It’s important to keep winning,” Barcelona midfielder Ivan Rakitic said. “It..

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