The event was scheduled to take place in Milan in September. According to Marca, the FIFA awards will be left without winners.
The Premier League has been suspended since March due to the spread of the coronavirus., and it was earlier reported that the championship of England could be restarted by 12 June.
Max Verstappen, the wonder kid on the F1 Red Bull Racing team, recently admitted that it’s far more likely that McLaren’s Carlos Sainz will end up filling the newly emptied seat on Ferrari’s 2021 roster than anyone else.
With the English Premier League’s clubs locked in discussions about how to resume the 2019-20 football season amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, one player has courted controversy by voicing his opinions on the matter.
Earlier, the UK government announced quarantine restriction release dates and allowed mass events to take place starting from 1 June.
Nurmagomedov and Ferguson were supposed to meet in the octagon on 18 April, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the fight was scrapped and Khabib returned to his home in Russia for quarantine.
Professional football across Europe ground to a halt in March when the COVID-19 outbreak began to hit Italy, then Spain and eventually all of the continent. Now, with the worst of the crisis believed to be over, several countries have been given the whistle to kick off again.
The match was one of the first major sporting events in the United States since the quarantine, imposed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The next season of the National Basketball Association (NBA), men's professional basketball league of North America, may be held without spectators, NBA commissioner Adam Silver has said.
The Russian fighter was supposed to square up against the American at the UFC 249 tournament, but Nurmagomedow withdrew from the fight because of travel restrictions implemented due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
With professional football leagues having been largely suspended throughout Europe since March due to the threat of the Coronavirus, it seems that one country’s players are set to return to the pitch.
A sexually explicit demonstration does not necessarily entail stripping down completely, but perhaps posing in a suggestive outfit, figure skater Elizaveta Tuktamysheva believes.
With the world of sport having been turned upside down by the advent of the coronavirus pandemic, with events being cancelled in order to protect public health, the governing bodies of various professional sports leagues throughout Europe, are now deliberating over whether to resume competition.
After Russian MMA fighter of Dagestani origin Khabib Nurmagomedov stepped out of a fight with Tony Ferguson due to travel restrictions amid the pandemic, Justin"The Highlight" Gaethje stepped in to replace the Russian fighter in a rumble that is set to take place on 10 May.
With the world of sport having suffered greatly at the hands of the coronavirus pandemic, moves are being made by various football governing bodies throughout Europe, to recommence play as soon as possible.
With the English Premier League’s administrators having announced their intentions to resume the 2019/20 season in June; after having initially been suspended in March due to the ongoing threat of the coronavirus pandemic, speculation has arisen as to whether fans could be allowed to enter stadiums to watch the campaign begin afresh.
Having helped PSG to become the current Ligue 1 champions, Mbappe reportedly became the world's most valuable player earlier this year.
Messi and Ronaldo have won 11 of the last 12 Ballon d'Or awards between them and have been considered the 'kings' of the European football for more than a decade.
Recently, the Sun launched an appeal to raise £1 million for NHS workers who are on the frontline fighting the Covid-19 infection, and Liverpool FC took part in it.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Moscow hopes for a fair verdict by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on the dispute between the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA) and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), Sports Minister Oleg Matytsin told Sputnik in an interview.