#Week2 4th May to 10th May Sports News Summarised – 2020

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Indian women’s archery squad will have the last chance in June next year at the Olympic quota

Indian women’s archery team will get their final chance to clinch full quota at the 2021 Olympics in Tokyo during World Cup Paris Stage in June.

ISL, I-League awaits domestic revision after AIFF accepts foreigners reduction

By implementing the “3 + 1” foreign player rule at club level, India’s national team setup could reap long-term benefits as more local players burgeoned.

Samuel Umtiti of Barcelona suffers from calf injury during training

In the last few seasons, the 26-year-old French center-back has been dealing with knee and foot injuries, and Barcelona said there was no time line for his return to training.

‘Paul Pogba, Bruno Fernandes in United midfield will thrive’: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Bruno Fernandes, who joined Manchester United in January from Sporting Lisbon, recorded three goals and four assists in nine matches, bringing out of practice imagination to the squad with Paul Pogba.

Crossing World Cup final hurdle to witness and prepare: Anjum Chopra

Anjum Chopra said he didn’t know how to cross the final hurdle by the Indian team who reached the 2005 World Cup final. They should be able to end the barren run soon, she said, given the current team’s experience of having reached two recent finals.

Bundesliga restart is giving other leagues hope, says David Wagner of Schalke

Bundesliga will resume with no fans permitted in stadiums as the Ruhr Valley derby will be played on May 16 between Borussia Dortmund and David Wagner’s Schalke.

‘MS Dhoni, my favorite cricketer, is really down to earth: Anirudh Thapa

‘Thala preferred to always sit with the footballers. He’d say, ‘Let me sit down with the boys and let me share some experiences’,” said Anirudh Thapa, who has played for India 24 times.

‘Closed door games for series India could help Australia’: Usman Khawaja

Cricket Australia is desperate to go on tour, scheduled for December and January, as the series’ lucrative Indian TV rights would go a long way towards alleviating a financial crisis.

Watford claims at least six clubs in the Premier League are targeting restart

Watford chairman Scott Duxbury claims “there is no altruism in the Premier League” and “there are 20 separate agendas” when thinking about their “Restart Initiative” opposition.

Argentina mourns El Trinche: Footballer who, after attack, called Maradona the worst death

Thomas Carlovich – sometimes claimed to be the best Argentine footballer ever to play for the national team – died on Friday after being assaulted in Rosario.

Ex-NBA star Shannon Brown charged with killing two men

Brown, 34, was held at his home in Tyrone, Georgia on charges of sexual assault stemming from an incident on 2 May.

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