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    Cristiano Ronaldo. Getty/David Lidstrom Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 100th and 101st international goals on Tuesday as Portugal beat Sweden 2-0 in the UEFA Nations League. Former Iran striker Ali Daei is the only other player in male soccer history to hit the landmark, having netted 109 times for his country between 1993 and 2006.  17 players in the women's game have achieved the feat, with Canada's Christine Sinclair holding the record, scoring 186 goals at the most recent count. "I am very happy," Ronaldo said after, according to Goal. "The 100 mark and then the 101, with two goals, makes me very happy." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Cristiano Ronaldo became only the second player in soccer history to score 100 international goals netting two sublime goals for Portugal as they swept aside Sweden 2-0 in the UEFA Nations League on Tuesday night. The 35-year-old brought up his landmark century on the stroke of half time, bending home a stunning 25-yard free kick.—Marathonbet (@marathonbet) September 9, 2020  He then added his second of the night and 101st...
    Spanish National Team repeated the tests and traveled from England to Madrid Adama celebrates a goal with Wolverhampton. . The Spanish national team has reported that Adama Traor joins from this Friday to the concentration after passing the second PCR. After a first control in which traces of COVID-19 were detected, the second analysis was negative. Therefore, the player of the Wolverhampton flew to Madrid to join the team. It was the second time that Adama could be dropped from the list after he was injured last November after being called by Robert Moreno to replace Rodrigo Moreno. That kept the flame alive for a possible call from Mali to the L’Hospitalet player. The African team has tried to convince Adama to play for her parents’ country. This was the last match with Spain (under 21) of Adama Traore However the idea of Adama it is none other than playing with Spain. This is how the environment of the player was absolutely assured by MARCA after the first positive. It is a decision made...
    The Texas Rangers might be moving Lance Lynn and/or Joey Gallo by Monday.The Texas Rangers are sellers at the deadline and may move Lance Lynn and/or Joey Gallo. According to ESPN’s Jeff Passan, “In addition to Lance Lynn, the Texas Rangers have been discussing outfielder Joey Gallo in potential trades, sources tell ESPN. The price on both is high, and it’s why one GM said ‘the Rangers hold the keys to the deadline.’ If they do sell, it’s impact guys in pennant races.” What are the chances the Rangers part ways with both of their stars? In addition to Lance Lynn, the Texas Rangers have been discussing outfielder Joey Gallo in potential trades, sources tell ESPN. The price on both is high, and its why one GM said "the Rangers hold the keys to the deadline." If they do sell, its impact guys in pennant races. — Jeff Passan (@JeffPassan) August 30, 2020 Could Lance Lynn and Joey Gallo be in new uniforms by this time tomorrow?Despite being in third place in the AL West, a 12-20 record wasn’t going...
    FC Barcelona Now he feels important again after talking to Koeman Griezmann, during a trip with Bara . Eric Olhats, former agent of Antoine Griezmann, has assured in an interview in RMC that the intention of the French player was to leave at the end of the season, but that the conversation he has had with Koeman has completely changed the footballer’s plans. “Before the defeat in the Champions League against Bayern, Antoine had only the desire to leave Bara.”, has assured the former agent, explaining the reasons below. “The reality is that Griezmann perceived that it was not part of the club’s plans, that it could not continue like this. He was seriously considering how to leave. Then what we know happened and a conversation with Koeman reassured him. He expressed his plans to him, because he considers him an important player for the future, “said the representative, who has not been at the service of the footballer for three years and who they say is already he has no contact with him or with his surroundings....
    Major League Soccer has been around long enough, and many of the young players it has produced have been good enough, that there seemed to be nothing extraordinary about the arrival on the shores of North America by FC Bayern Munich to make a generous offer for the rights to Canadian teenager Alphonso Davies. We’ve seen this before, and since. The big European club buys the MLS teen and then either stashes him in a reserve team or loans him out to a lesser side to help him progress and enhance his value. It happened with Jozy Altidore at Villareal, Matt Miazga at Chelsea and Zack Steffen at Manchester City. It’s a little bit like trying to flip houses. The difference with Davies? When he got to Bayern, he was home. “I trusted Bayern when they said he’s not there to keep him in the reserve team forever,” Vancouver Whitecaps analyst Paul Dolan told Sporting News. “At the same time, I thought maybe he’d get 10 or 12 games coming off the bench or playing in cup games and...
    VIDEO1:1501:15Digital transformation is just beginning: BofA's Rick SherlundTrading Nation He hit No. 1 on Institutional Investor's all-star analyst list for software 17 times in a row. Now as an investment banker, Rick Sherlund is a tech power player who believes the group's record run is in the early innings. During Tuesday's exclusive interview on CNBC"s "Trading Nation," he delivered a bullish case for tech, emphasizing demand for cutting-edge software as the U.S. battles the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. "Software is not only eating the world, it's leading the market higher," said the Bank of America Merrill Lynch vice chairman of technology investment banking. "Covid has accelerated the momentum and the urgency behind digital transformation." Big Tech has been crushing records on Wall Street. On Tuesday, the tech-heavy Nasdaq closed at its 30th all-time high so far this year. It's now up almost 22% in 2020, while the broader S&P 500 has risen 2%. Plus, the Nasdaq has soared 65% since the March 23 low. "The sector offers phenomenal growth, and right now, the Street is valuing that growth because you can't...
    A single player in the NBA has stood alone—literally—during America's national anthem since games resumed this week after a 20-week break due to COVID-19. During a press conference on Friday, that player, Jonathan Isaac of the Orlando Magic, explained why. What are the details? After noting that he did not kneel during the playing of "The Star Spangled Banner" or wear a Black Lives Matter shirt along with all the other players, a reporter asked Isaac (who is black), if he believes black lives matter. "Absolutely," Isaac replied. "I believe that black lives matter. A lot went into my decision and part of it is, first off, it's my thought that kneeling or wearing a Black Lives Matter t-shirt don't go hand-in-hand with supporting black lives." "I think when you look around, racism isn't the only thing that plagues our society. That plagues our nation, that plagues our world," he continued. "I feel like coming together on that message that we want to get past not only racism but everything that plagues...
    Jonathan Isaac stands for the national anthem. Ashley Landis, Pool/AP Images Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac was the only player among the Magic and Brooklyn Nets not to kneel during the national anthem. Isaac also wore his own jersey instead of the "Black Lives Matter" warmups players have been wearing. On Thursday, the New Orleans Pelicans, Utah Jazz, Los Angeles Lakers, and LA Cippers all kneeled during the national anthem. The DeVos family, which owns the Magic, released a statement on Friday supporting the players' protest. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac was the only player during the Magic-Brooklyn Nets game on Friday not to kneel for the national anthem. The move comes after the New Orleans Pelicans, Utah Jazz, Los Angeles Lakers, and LA Cippers all kneeled during the national anthem on Thursday, the opening night of NBA games in the bubble. Players and teams had been planning gestures to make during the anthem while in the bubble. Isaac also was the only player not to wear a "Black Lives Matter"...
    New York — â € œLa Pulgaâ € follows 230 people on this social network, some of them are soccer players, but only one is Mexican Lionel Messi follows few people on social networks despite being very active, and on Instagram it is more, since it is where you update your status often, but there follow just to 230 people, the majority are celebrities, some from the show and others from the sport, almost all of the latter category are footballers, but there is only one who is Mexican, despite the fact that the striker has been linked to several Aztec players. â € œLa Pulgaâ € has shared the court with Giovani Dos Santos, for example, and with Rafa Márquez, at Barcelona; He even shared the locker room for the Argentine national team once with Christian â € œChacoâ € Gimà © nez, an Argentine player by birth, but a naturalized Mexican. Despite this, Messi does not receive notifications from anyone on Instagram, because the only Mexican who follows is Jonathan Dos Santos. @ MarcBartra91 with Jonathan Dos...
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