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Football. A 29-year-old man from the club Egernsund KIF in Sønderjylland was on Tuesday sentenced to 20 days in prison for assaulting an 18-year-old female judge during the crime during a match in series 4. During a match, the now convicted was sent off for ten minutes for hernia. and protests, but responded by pushing to the referee. In addition, he spat in the direction of the referee and shouted ‘muck whores’. The 29-year-old, who pleaded not guilty, had not appeared in court and his lawyer asked for time to consider a possible appeal of the verdict.
Football. Norwegian striker Erling Haaland is not only popular in his club Borussia Dortmund and at home in Norway. Also among the judges he is a hit. An unusual situation thus unfolded on Tuesday night after the quarter-finals of the Champions League, when Dortmund had lost 2-1 in Manchester to City. A Romanian line judge went into the player tunnel and asked about Haaland’s autograph. A wish Haaland fulfilled by writing on a yellow card.
Football. In an approved second half, Liverpool scored an important away goal in Madrid against Real, who won 3-1 in the clubs’ first quarter-final meeting in the Champions League. It takes more to defeat Real Madrid, says Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp. “If you want to advance to the semi-finals, you have to earn it. We did not do that tonight (Tuesday, ed.), Especially not in the first half. The only good thing I can say about the match – apart from the fact that we scored – is that it was only the first of two matches, “the German said according to uefa.com after the match.
Football. The game with the little round is growing in Asia. Here, the local football authorities have decided to create a Champions League tournament for women from 2023.
Olympic. A minor sports policy bomb may be heading for blasting. A State Department spokesman said the United States could not rule out that the country at diplomatic level would boycott the Winter Olympics in Beijing, China in February 2022. “This is something we will probably discuss,” said spokesman Ned Price. He emphasizes that this is, of course, something that needs to be coordinated with partners and allies at home and abroad. The United States and China have strained political relations with each other.
Ice hockey. The DM semi-final between Esbjerg Energy and Aalborg Pirates is again completely equal. With a big victory of 8-4 on their own ice, Esbjerg equalized on Tuesday night to 2-2 in the duel, where the best of seven matches is played.
Curling. The Danish men are still in the heavy end at the World Cup in Calgary in Canada after a defeat to Germany of 6-8. After two victories and six defeats, Denmark occupies a shared 9th place and is far from advancing at the World Cup.