Rafael Nadal for his legend, revolution at PSG, tension on the Top 14: the news on a set of June 5, 2022

Rafael Nadal for his legend, revolution at PSG, tension on the Top 14: the news on a set of June 5, 2022

What you may have missed between last night and this morning

1. Football – Ligue 1: things will change at PSG

The revolution is underway at Paris Saint-Germain. Saturday, several names rocketed to take place on the Parisian bench, including that of the current Nice coach, Christophe Galtier. And overnight, Fabrizio Romano, the Italian journalist specializing in the transfer window, indicated that PSG was about to announce the departures of its coach, Mauricio Pochettino, and its sporting director, Leonardo. A confirmation that many things will change in the capital. And that the decisions are about to fall.


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Handball – Women’s Champions League: Metz falls with its head held high

The step was indeed too high but Metz really has nothing to be ashamed of. After standing up to the title holders, the Messines ended up losing to Kristiansand in Budapest (33-27) in the final 4. The Norwegians will face the Hungarians of Györ in the final on Sunday, five-time European champions and winners of the ‘Esbjerg (32-27).

A step too high for Metz: the summary of the half against Kristiansand

Football – League of Nations: Italy and Germany back to back

No winner in the clash of Group 3 of League A between Italy and Germany (1-1). The Italians thought they had done the hardest part by opening the scoring through Lorenzo Pellegrini (70th) but Joshua Kimmich equalized in stride (73rd) for the Germans. Gianluigi Donnarumma, the PSG goalkeeper, injured his hand late in the game. Earlier, Hungary had created a surprise by dominating England (1-0).

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  • Boxing : The American Devin Haney became the undisputed world lightweight champion by beating the Australian George Kambosos on points and unanimously by the judges.
  • Handball – Star League : PSG, champion of France, continued their series of invincibility by winning at Saint-Raphaël (38-33) during the 29th and penultimate day. Aix won in Toulouse (33-29).
  • Golf – Women’s US Open : Australian Minjee Lee returned a card of 67, or four strokes under par, thus breaking the tournament record after 54 holes to take the lead alone at the end of the third round.

  • Tennis – Roland Garros : Salvadoran Marcelo Arevalo and Dutchman Jean-Julien Rojer won the Roland-Garros men’s doubles tournament by beating the pair of Croatian Ivan Dodig and American Austin Krajicek 6-7 (4/7) in the final, 7-6 (7/5), 6-3.
  • Football – Bundesliga : The German Daniel Farke is the new coach of Borussia Mönchengladbach to replace Adi Hütter, sacked in May.

The catch-up video

Polish Patryk Dudek won the Teterow Speedway GP in Germany on Saturday, beating his compatriot Bartosz Zmarzlik, double world champion in the discipline, in the final. Relive the final in live conditions. The Speedway can be followed all year round on Eurosport.

Dudek dominates Zmarzlik: Polish double in Germany

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What you will be sure to follow today

1. Tennis – Roland-Garros: Nadal, the last step

His foot is hurting him terribly and his journey to get there has been more complicated than usual. But Rafael Nadal is in the final, one step away from a 14th title to write a new chapter in his legend on Parisian clay. In front of him, there will be a novice at this stage of the race, but quite a customer in the person of the Norwegian Casper Ruud. A duel with a particular flavor for Toni Nadal which will start from 3 p.m.

“Ruud does everything Rafa does but a little less well”

2. Rugby – Top 14: Time for the verdict

There will be happy and disappointed at the end of an evening that promises to be totally crazy. The challenge is at all levels for the 26th and last day, from the race to direct qualification for the semi-finals to that of maintenance through the fight for the dams. Kickoff of the multiplex 9:05 p.m.

3. MotoGP – GP of Catalonia: Quartararo and Zarco have something to play for

It will obviously be necessary to do really very hard to defeat a still impressive Aleix Espargaro on “his” circuit on Saturday in qualifying. But the French Fabio Quartararo and Johann Zarco, placed respectively in the first and second row on the starting grid, will be in ambush to exploit the slightest flaw of the Spaniard. Start of the Grand Prix at 2 p.m.

Fabio Quartararo (Yamaha) on qualifying for the Catalan GP

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4. Cycling – Critérium du Dauphiné: Last straight line before the Tour

It is traditionally a race rich in lessons less than a month from the Tour de France. The 2022 edition of the Critérium du Dauphiné will be no exception to the rule. It will make it possible to check the state of form of a star of the peloton like Primoz Roglic and of the leaders of tricolor cycling like David Gaudu. Departure of the 1st stage at 10.20 am.

Who says Dauphiné says Tour: Froome, Roglic, Gaudu… what to expect from them?

5. Football – World Cup qualifiers: Ukraine’s dream

His victory against Scotland in the semi-final of the play-offs, for his first official match since the start of the war in Ukraine, shocked the world. The Ukrainians are only one game away from realizing their dream of winning a ticket to the World Cup. For that, it will be necessary to defeat Wales in Cardiff (6:00 p.m.). Also to follow, the continuation of the League of Nations with Portugal – Switzerland and Spain of Gavi opposed to the Czech Republic, from 8:45 p.m.


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