Blues to heal, a transfer window to open and 24 hours before 24 hours: the news on a set of Friday June 10, 2022

Blues to heal, a transfer window to open and 24 hours before 24 hours: the news on a set of Friday June 10, 2022

What you may have missed between last night and this morning

1. WEC – 24 Hours of Le Mans: Toyota in pole position, Alpine creates a surprise

At the wheel of the Toyota GR010 n°8, Brendon Hartley dominated the hyperpole by completing a lap in 3’24″408, Thursday evening on the Circuit de la Sarthe. The New Zealander beat his Japanese teammate Kamui Kobayashi on the n°7, poleman of the last three editions, and the Frenchman Nicolas Lapierre, on the Alpine n°36, not far from signing THE big hit of the evening.


24 Hours of Le Mans, Boston, Lacazette: the news on a plate


Hartley in the heat of the action: relive his pole position on board camera

2. Football – Nations League: Spain is doing well, Portugal is doing the job

After their draw last Thursday (1-1), Spain and Portugal returned to the League of Nations this Thursday in Group 2, and the two nations came out with a victory, failing to fully convince in the game. La Roja relied on a goal from Pablo Sarabia to overcome Switzerland (1-0), while Cristiano Ronaldo’s partners made the difference in the first half against the Czech Republic (2-0 ), before lifting the foot in second. Portugal is first in the group with 7 points, Spain is close behind with 5 units.

Pablo Sarabia after his goal during Switzerland – Spain in the League of Nations on June 9, 2022

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3. Basketball – NBA: LeBron James wants to own a franchise in Las Vegas

LeBron James, has just become, according to Forbes, the first billionaire basketball player in activity. And one of his great ambitions is to own a team, if possible on the Las Vegas side, as he confirmed on his talk show “The Shop”. Adam Silver, however, recently ruled out any immediate expansion to 32 teams. But not enough to put an end to the ambitions of the quadruple NBA champion.

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Basketball – Betclic Elite : The Roca Team of Monaco overcame Pau-Lacq-Orthez (3 wins to 1) on Thursday evening in the semi-finals of the French championship and joined Villeurbanne for a dream final.

Athletics – Meeting in Rome : Jamaican Shericka Jackson beat sprint queen Elaine Thompson-Herah in a five-star 200m on Thursday at the Rome meeting.

Soccer – Ligue 1 : In an interview with L’Equipe and Nice-Matin, Julien Fournier, football director of OGC Nice, returned to the possible departure of Christophe Galtier to PSG.

Christophe Galtier, Nice coach.

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The catch-up video

At the wheel of the #8 Toyota GR010, Brendon Hartley dominated Thursday night’s hyperpole session at the Circuit de la Sarthe, clocking a lap of 3’24.408 in the very last minute of the half-hour Relive his hyperpole at Le Mans:

Hartley pulled out all the stops: relive the #8 Toyota hyperpole at Le Mans

Today’s Podcast

The video “what if?”

With the formalization of Aexandre Lacazette’s return to Lyon, our journalists Cyril Morin and Julien Pereira wondered whether the golden generation of OL (Tolisso, Fekir, Umtiti…) had not passed next to something bigger. Their answers can be found here:

Has OL’s golden generation missed out on a greater destiny?

What you will be sure to follow today

1. Football – Transfers: It’s D-Day for the transfer window!

Rumours, departures, formalizations… From today, everything is possible on the transfer market, which opens its doors for the summer period. Who will be the PSG recruits, where will Paul Pogba go or how will OL negotiate after Lacazette on their transfer window? From today and throughout the summer on Eurosport, we will keep you up to date with transfer news. All rumors are allowed!

United’s new idea: A Real winger to support CR7

2. Football – Nations League: The Blues must (finally) show something

With one point in two small games, it is an understatement to say that the Blues missed their start to the League of Nations. In Vienna this Friday (8:45 p.m.), the DD band has the opportunity to redeem themselves, taking three points against Austria and reassuring themselves in the game. The 4-2-3-1 should be maintained as in Croatia Monday, with the return of Karim Benzema in the eleven and a first for Ibrahima Konaté. It remains to be seen in what state the Austrian lawn will be…

An astonishing hole had formed on the lawn of the Vienna pitch at the end of Austria-Denmark

Credit: Eurosport

3. Cycling – Critérium du Dauphiné: The calm before the storm

A last “respite” before a full-bodied weekend, here is the menu for the sixth stage. If the climbers at the start and the sprinters at the end could play their card, the fighters and the offensive runners should be in the spotlight between Rives and Gap. Wout Van Aert (Jumbo-Visma) is still in yellow, one minute ahead of his first pursuer Mattia Cattaneo (Quick-Step).

The profile of the 6th stage: A possible sprint, but above all a golden ticket for the adventurers?

4. Tennis – ATP ‘S-Hertogenbosch: Gaston and Mannarino for a last four

After their solid round of 16 yesterday in the Netherlands, the two French left-handers dream of a last four on Dutch grass. At the ATP 250 tournament, Hugo Gaston will have to defeat local Tim Van Rijthoven in the quarter-finals before a possible half against Daniil Medvedev, while Adrian Mannarino will cross paths with Brandon Nakashima. To follow from 11am on Eurosport!


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