Following is a abstract of present sports activities information briefs.
Rugby-Former Wallaby Kefu stabbed, household injured in residence invasion
Rugby World Cup winner and Tonga coach Toutai Kefu was stabbed within the stomach and a number of other of his members of the family injured in a house invasion at his home in Brisbane within the early hours of Monday morning, Australian media reported. The 47-year-old, who performed 60 checks for the Wallabies across the flip of the century, was taken to hospital with three different members of his family after the incident within the south of the town, the Australian Broadcasting Corp reported.
Soccer-Messi unveiled forward of PSG match however is just not included in match squad
Paris St Germain offered Lionel Messi to followers contained in the Parc des Princes stadium forward of their Ligue 1 conflict with Strasbourg on Saturday, however the Argentine was not included within the squad for the match. Messi took to the sphere pre-match together with fellow new recruits Sergio Ramos, Gianluigi Donnarumma, Achraf Hakimi, and Georginio Wijnaldum, and spoke to the raucous crowd.
MLB roundup: Tyler Gilbert throws no-hitter in first MLB begin
Left-hander Tyler Gilbert threw a no-hitter in his first main league begin to lead the Arizona Diamondbacks to a 7-0 win in opposition to the visiting San Diego Padres on Saturday night time. Gilbert (1-1) is the fourth main leaguer to throw a no-hitter in his first major-league begin, and first since Bobo Holloman of the St. Louis Browns in opposition to the Philadelphia Athletics on Might 6, 1953.
Bruno Henrique’s eighth purpose of the season set Flamengo on the way in which to a 2-0 win over Sport in Brazil’s Serie A on Sunday. The previous Wolfsburg and Santos striker headed residence within the eleventh minute and Ronaldo put by way of his personal purpose early within the second half to seal the factors for the house facet.
Tennis-Federer to have knee surgical procedure, has ‘glimmer of hope’ for return
Roger Federer will miss the upcoming U.S. Open and be sidelined for a lot of months as a result of he wants extra knee surgical procedure, an operation that the Swiss nice mentioned on Sunday will give him a “glimmer of hope” that he can resume his glittering profession. The 40-year-old Federer, talking on a video posted to his Instagram account, mentioned medical doctors instructed him that to be able to really feel higher for the medium- to long-term, he would wish surgical procedure on the knee that he injured once more in the course of the grass-court season.
Athletics-Britain’s Ujah ‘shocked and devastated’ by constructive check
British sprinter CJ Ujah mentioned he was “shocked and devastated” after a constructive medicine check that might see his nation stripped of their Olympic silver medal within the 4x100m relay. The 27-year-old ran the primary leg of the ultimate in Tokyo as Britain narrowly missed gold, however has been provisionally suspended after prohibited substances confirmed up in checks.
NFL roundup: Justin Fields thrives as Bears rally previous Dolphins
Rookie Justin Fields rushed for a landing and threw for one more to offer the host Chicago Bears a 20-13 win over the Miami Dolphins on Saturday afternoon within the preseason opener for each groups. The Bears traded up 9 spots with the New York Giants to seize Fields with the eleventh general select of Ohio State within the 2021 NFL Draft. He was the fourth quarterback chosen.
Soccer-Former West Germany and Bayern striker Mueller dies aged 75
Former West Germany striker Gerd Mueller, one of many sport’s best goalscorers who was nicknamed “Bomber der Nation”, has died on the age of 75, his former membership Bayern Munich mentioned on Sunday. Mueller netted 68 targets in 62 internationals, together with the winner within the 1974 World Cup remaining, and is third within the all-time record of most targets within the world showpiece match with 14, behind Brazilian Ronaldo (15) and German Miroslav Klose (16).
Tennis-Osaka to donate prize cash to Haitian earthquake reduction efforts
Naomi Osaka has pledged to donate her earnings from subsequent week’s Western & Southern Open to assist earthquake reduction efforts in Haiti, the Caribbean nation her father hails from. The four-time Grand Slam champion introduced her pledge in response to the 7.2-magnitude quake that struck the impoverished nation on Saturday, killing at the least 304 folks and injuring lots of.
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