Inter scored six goals against Brescia in round 29 of Serie A

Midfielder Alexis Sanchez scored a goal and contributed two assists, in the match Inter beat Brescia 6-0 in round 29 Serie A on 1/7.

Inter Milan 6-0 Brescia

Besides Sanchez, another former Man Utd player, Ashley Young, also played an important role in opening the knot. The 34-year-old volley hit the ground after Sanchez’s cross on the fifth minute, before crossing the ball to D’Ambrosio to make it 3-0 at the end of the first half.

Before the last opponent, coach Antonio Conte put Romelu Lukaku and Christian Eriksen on the bench. But at home, Inter is still too strong compared to Brescia. They held the ball 70% and finished eight times in just the first 45 minutes.

After Young opened the scoring, two other former Premier League players contributed to the double goal difference in the 20th minute. Victor Moses was fouled in the penalty area, before Alexis Sanchez scored from the spot 11 meters. Both of Chile’s goals for Inter this season have come from the times he paired up with Lautaro Martinez in attack.

Sanchez scored from the penalty spot

No more Mario Balotelli, Brescia almost paralyzed in the attack stage. The weak resistance of the bottom team made Inter kick like walking still have three more goals in the second half. Roberto Gagliardini headed the fourth goal for the hosts, following Sanchez’s penalty in the 52nd minute.

Inter finished 20 times in the match, including 12 times in goal. After Lukaku and Eriksen entered the pitch, the number of homeowners’ chances created was increasing.

Inter concretized the pressure by the final two matches Eriksen first scored in Serie A in the 83rd minute, from a penalty kick after Lukaku’s tight shot. The Danish midfielder then assisted Antonio Candreva to set a 6-0 win in the 88th minute.

Inter maintained four points clear of Lazio and eight points clear of Juventus. For Brescia, the chances of staying in Serie A become more fragile, as they are still eight points behind the safety group.

The Champions League return on August 7th, 2020

The European Football Federation (UEFA) today June 17 decides the Champions League will play back from August 7th with the remaining matches of the 1/8 round.

The remaining four matches of the 1/8 round will take place on August 7 and August 8. They are matches Juventus – Lyon, Man City – Real Madrid, Bayern – Chelsea and Barca – Napoli.

From the quarterfinals onwards, as many sources have leaked recently, UEFA chose to play a knockout match, and decided to gather the teams to focus on kicking in Lisbon, Portugal, on the fields of Da Luz and José.

Accordingly, four quarter-finals took place on 12, 13, 14 and 15/8. The two semi-finals are played on August 18 and 19. The final took place on Da Luz Stadium on 23/8. All of these matches were played on the field without an audience.

Champions Champions will be determined in the final at Da Luz on August 23rd

If a match is drawn in two extra innings, the two teams will decide to win or lose by extra time and penalty shootouts. The quarter-final draw and the Champions League semi-final will take place on July 10 at UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland.

The Champions League has stalled since 11/3, when it has just played half of the matches on the round of 1/8. Already PSG, Atalanta, Atletico Madrid and RB Leipzig won tickets to the quarterfinals.

In the four pairs of unfinished matches, after the first leg, Real and Chelsea were the most disadvantageous, in turn losing to Man City 1-2 and Bayern 0-3 at home. Juventus lost 0-1 at Lyon on February 26, the day after Barca drew 0-0 at Napoli.

The Europa League has also been adjusted to the schedule and plan of organization in the same manner. Accordingly, from the quarterfinals onwards, the teams will play in a knock-out format, focusing on playing in Germany, in four cities Cologne, Duisburg, Düsseldorf and Gelsenkirchen, from 10/8 to 21/8.

These 1/8 round playgrounds will take place on August 5 and August 6. Matches at this stage will be delayed as Inter – Getafe and Sevilla – Roma will play on a neutral ground.

The quarter-finals will be played on August 10 and 11, and semi-finals on August 16 and 17. The Europa League final takes place on Cologne on 21/8, at 21h local time, or 3h on 22/8

UEFA Cup’s meeting to come up with a final solution for Europa League

As scheduled, today – June 17, the European Football Federation (UEFA) will meet to make decisions about the fate of two important tournaments, the Champions League and the Europa League. Many big teams like MU, Barca, Real … are watching the progress of this meeting.

Bundesliga, La Liga is back. The same thing is about to happen with the Premier League as well as Serie A. Only Ligue 1 and the Dutch league Eredivisie have made the decision to cancel the tournament, although so far looking back, it seems to be a hasty decision.

Today, UEFA meets to come up with a final solution for the Champions League and Europa League

Most member leagues are back to play the rest of the season. This forced the European Football Federation to characterize to end the two Champions League and Europa League. And that is the premise for an important meeting, scheduled for later today (Vietnam time) – June 17, at UEFA headquarters in Nyon (Switzerland).

In April, UEFA meetings were scheduled to end with the Champions League final in Istanbul (Turkey) on August 29, with the Europa League final held on the pitch. Energa Gdansk (Poland) 3 days earlier. There are currently 2 different plans to complete both tournaments under consideration.

According to the Daily Mail, another proposal is to organize the remaining Champions League knockout matches as usual. The quarter-finals will be held in July, while the semi-finals will take place in August. The question is whether there will be a first leg and a return trip? This will be the question that UEFA must make its final verdict today.

UEFA is considering organizing a small tournament at the end of the season. These matches will only have 1 turn and are likely to take place in a week. This is the same format with the World Cup or EURO.

The source of Marca newspaper revealed, after 2 months of discussion, UEFA is inclined to “mini tour” with the name Final Eight. The teams will gather in Portugal to complete the Champions League this season, because many places in Europe still restrict travel, including the city of Istanbul.

Specifically, Final Eight will take place within 12 days in the Portuguese capital Lisbon. In particular, the quarterfinals will take place from August 12 to 15, the semi-finals on August 18 and August 19 and the final will fall on August 23. The matches will be held in the form of a knockout match instead of the first leg – the return leg as before.

Barca, Juventus and Man City reacted strongly to the move from UEFA

The European Football Confederation (UEFA) is planning to host the remaining matches in the Champions League season of 2019/20 concentrated in one city, but Barca, Juventus and Man City firmly oppose.

Barca and 3 other teams disagree with UEFA about the Champions League

The Covid-19 pandemic caused the Champions League and Europa League to be pushed back indefinitely. UEFA wants to complete both tournaments after the domestic leagues are over. As expected, the two biggest European football leagues at club level will be back in early August.

Barca wants to receive Napoli in the second leg of the round of C1 C1 at home

According to the host, Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey hosted the Champions League final this season. However, the Covid-19 pandemic is making the organization in this field extremely precarious.

Specifically, the city of Istanbul is expected to be severely lost because the organization on the field has no audience, and visitors will not be able to visit Turkey at that time because there is still a travel ban to prevent the spread of disease.

Facing the above situation, UEFA has considered the alternative plans. The agency is planning from the quarterfinals onwards the matches will play concentrated in a city and Lisbon is rated as the most potential.

Portugal’s corona virus infection rate is low and has allowed football to return. Germany could also be the venue for the remaining matches in the Champions League this season.

However, Barca, Juventus, Man City and Bayern Munich disagree with the plans from UEFA. These 4 teams insisted on playing the second leg of the 1/8 round of the Champions League at home, they accepted to play on the stadium without an audience.

Currently, the match between Man City vs Real Madrid, Barca vs Napoli, Juventus vs Lyon and Bayern Munich vs Chelsea has not taken place the second leg of the round of 1/8.

Europe’s top football leagues are ready to return

When the Covid-19 pandemic situation is somewhat “cooled off” in Europe, it is also the time when the top football competitions “the old continent” are planning to return to complete the 2019/20 season.

Tonight (16.5), the ball in the German league (Bundesliga) will officially roll back with 6 matches in the round 26. After 25 rounds have passed, Bayern Munich is leading the rankings with 55 points, more than 2 points against Dortmund.

Players in the Bundesliga practice waiting for “re-export”

As such, the Bundesliga is the European tournament back to the earliest post-Covid-19 era. Previously, this tournament also had a lot of difficulties in determining the return time, but thanks to the Government ‘green light’ and the efforts of the Organizing Committee, the new tournament came back soon in order to complete the 2019 season. 20.

It can be said that the Italian league (Serie A) is the most difficult tournament to roll the ball back but recently, the Italian Olympic Committee (CONI) announced that certainly Serie A season 2019/20 will Reboot next month. After 27 rounds, Juventus is leading the rankings with 63 points, 1 point higher than the second team Lazio.

Similarly, the British government has decided that professional sports events in the country will continue to be banned until at least 1.6. This means the English Premier League can return in the next month.

Initially, the most attractive tournament on the planet put the plan back on June 12, but after a meeting between the Organizing Committee and 20 clubs recently agreed to officially return to take place after one week, which means June 19.

After 29 rounds in the Premier League, Liverpool is leading the rankings with 82 points, 25 points ahead of the second team Man City.

La Liga coming back next month

Along with that, the organizers of the Spanish league football (La Liga) recently confirmed it will bring the rest of the 2019/20 season back on 12.6 and 20 clubs will have 35 days to play 11 rounds.

After 29 rounds, Barcelona is leading with 58 points, 2 points ahead of Real Madrid. Besides, the Portuguese league and Turkish championship are also scheduled to return next month.

Some European football leagues have got back

German football has come back

The social order of restraining order will continue to be maintained in Germany until the end of August but the German football tournament – Bundesliga will surely be back on May 9 with a series of strict disease prevention measures.

Without a last-minute change, the Bundesliga will become the first major tournament in Europe to return after a long delay. A very positive signal when the pandemic peak has passed and football, an emotional economic industry returns to daily life.

Football regulators in Germany are actively contacting the federal government to promote a plan to allow the Bundesliga back in the context of the country’s relaxed social measures.

An online meeting will take place soon and the German Football Federation (DFB), the Bundesliga Organizing Committee 1 and 2 and 36 professional clubs will discuss restarting the tournament from May 9. Many teams have allowed players to rehearse even small groups, with Augsburg pioneering on March 23!

Crowded events are not allowed in Germany until the end of August, so soccer matches will take place on a field with no spectators. The Bundesliga Organizing Committee has submitted a 41-page plan on how to organize the remaining rounds of the 2019-2020 season with a limited number of members of two teams, members of the Organizing Committee and the press. allowed to appear on and off the pitch, about 320 people per game.

Every European nation is focusing its attention on the Netherlands and Belgium, the two countries have announced the cancellation of the championship and are trying to come up with a “post-season” solution.

Premier League

Particularly, the “Big Five” group of 5 major European football leagues will certainly not go against the stand of UEFA. After the Bundesliga, Italy’s Serie A hopes to continue the 2019-2020 season on closed football fields in June. The Spanish and French courts will also certainly come back, albeit a little later. 

With the English Premier League, the government is considering addressing a plan to resume operations proposed by the English Football Association (FA). This includes gathering teams in one venue and playing on the airfield. the audience with a density of 4 matches per day or gathered to a few yards to isolate.

Details of the time when the European football leagues return

After the COVID-19 pandemic eased, European football leagues were scheduled to return. Here is a scheduled time to return for the aforementioned tournaments.

The Great Battle of Tottenham against Manchester United will be the most awaiting match after the return of the English Premier League.

Premier League 

Expected June 19. Originally, the Premier League was scheduled to return June 12.

However, in a meeting of players, the Football Association of England (FA), the Association of British Professional Players (PFA) and medical experts admitted, the Premier League re-start on June 12 is impossible.

The reason is that the players can only return to training from 18-5, and it takes a long time to regain form. Therefore, the organizers decided to postpone the day one more week, from June 12 to June 19. The Premier League re-starts with a epic match between Tottenham and Manchester United.

After 29 rounds, Liverpool are leading the rankings with 82 points, 25 points more than the second team Man City.

Italian League (Serie A)

Expected June 13. This decision was made after a meeting between the organizers and representatives of 20 clubs on May 13. However, in order for the tournament to take place, Serie A organizers still need to get government approval.

Serie A this season has 12 more rounds to finish. Currently, Juventus is leading the rankings with 63 points (26 matches), one point higher than the second team Lazio.

German Championship (Bundesliga)

Expected on 16-5. The Bundesliga is the earliest European national championship back. Before being postponed, the Bundesliga took 25 rounds. Bayern Munich is leading the rankings with 55 points, right behind is Dortmund with 4 points worse.

League of Spain (La Liga)

Expected on 12-6. After coming back, the matches in La Liga will have no audience. The tournament has only 11 rounds and is expected to kick for more than 1 month to officially close. Barcelona is currentlyleading La Liga with 58 points, 2 more than Real Madrid.

Portuguese Championship (Primeira Liga)

Expected on 4-6. Upon his return, Primeira Liga will play in an audience-free stadium and the players will be tested strictly for 48 hours before the game.

Primeira Liga has 10 more rounds to end. Currently, Porto is leading the rankings with 60 points (24 matches), one more than the second ranked team Benfica.

UEFA insists European football tournaments are coming back

UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin said the tournaments across Europe are ready to return but will be held on pitches with no spectators. European Football Federation president Aleksander Ceferin believes that playing back is an important step back to normal life.

And this is also to limit the financial losses that clubs are suffering from.

“I believe there are options that allow us to restart tournaments and finish them.” Ceferin said. We may have to continue without the spectator watching on the pitch. But the most important thing I think is the match going on.

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It is still early to say that we cannot finish the season. The impact of Covid-19 is terrible on clubs and tournaments. It’s better to play football behind closed doors than not.

In such difficult times, it will bring happiness to everyone and a certain normal feeling. Even if the match can only be watched on TV. On 23/5, UEFA will continue to hold a meeting with 55 member federations. They will finalize the future of the Champions League, Europa League and national tournaments.

UEFA also plans the Champions League final to take place at Ataturk Olimpiyat Stadium, Istanbul on August 29. Three days earlier, the Europa League final would be held at Energa Gdansk.

UEFA is also ready to change the playing format in the Champions League. After finishing 4 rounds and go back to 1/8 round. From the quarterfinals onwards, matches will skip the second leg and will only play a single match on neutral ground with no audience.

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However, if UEFA changes the competition format to a television copyright and finds a city capable of organizing matches, it is not a simple matter.

This makes UEFA have to negotiate with sponsors and clubs. Because changing the venue will be difficult to ensure the broadcast for broadcasters.

UEFA insists it will not cancel or end the 2019/2020 season soon because it will have to pay back a huge TV royalties. Besides, they want to ensure fairness for the teams that have the advantage of winning the championship or winning the European Cup.

Russia plans to rescue EURO 2020 despite Covid-19 pandemic

After a series of major European tournaments being delayed or cancelled, EURO 2020 is facing the risk of suspension due to fears of the Covid-19 pandemic.

European football is being delayed by the corona virus when a series of major tournaments has been suspended. Before the bad stage of the pandemic, the European football federation (UEFA) had discussions to find the best direction for the No. 1 tournament in the old continent, EURO 2020.

At this time, the five host countries hosting the group stage and knockout series of EURO 2020 are England, Spain, Germany, Netherlands and especially Italy living in bleak days due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

On March 13, all of these countries’ football tournaments have been postponed until April and may be extended if the Covid-19 flu pandemic is out of control.

Facing the complicated situation of the disease, UEFA has made plans to ensure EURO 2020 – the largest tournament in Europe for the national team held every 4 years. According to the disclosure, the most powerful football authority in Europe has planned to move EURO to 2021.

However, the above scenario will put the World Football Association (FIFA) in a difficult position when conflicts of interest with tournaments they are in control of will take place in 2021.

Until the present time, the opening time of EURO 2020 is still a big question mark when UEFA and FIFA have not been able to find a common voice. However, in a recent development, Russia is ready to stand out to replace England, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands and Italy to host Europe’s No. 1 tournament this summer.

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko himself said that they are ready to host the entire tournament instead of 4 matches as expected (3 matches in the group stage and 1 match in the quarterfinals).

The Russian declaration is completely grounded when they are well controlling the disease originating from Wuhan – China. Be aware, Russia has only detected 45 cases positive for corona virus and the number of deaths is not plausible.

In addition, Russia has had the experience of hosting the 2018 World Cup and possesses enough modern facilities to host all world-class sporting events.

European football is facing the most difficult problem in history (Part 2)

The announcement from UEFA comes before Arsenal’s Arteta coach was confirmed positive for the corona virus.

Shortly thereafter, the series of second leg of the Champions League round of 16 took place at dawn on March 18 between Man City against Real Madrid and Juventus against Lyon was officially delayed because of the spread of Covid- 19. Earlier, two Europa League matches between Inter and Getafe, AS Roma and Sevilla were also delayed.

The British Prime Minister confirmed that football activities in the foggy country could be delayed indefinitely after the news that Arteta was infected with the corona virus. The organizers of the Premier League will have urgent meetings to come up with the best solution. At this time, only the match between Arsenal and Brighton in the 30th Premier League has been officially delayed.

The Organizing Committee of Serie A previously announced the postponement of the tournament until April 3. Gazetta reported that the number one tournament in pasta country could be delayed longer if the situation does not improve.

On the afternoon of 12/3, La Liga announced to postpone the tournament at least 2 rounds to wait for the situation. The decision was made after Real Madrid announced that all of its football players had to be quarantined. The reason is that a Real Madrid basketball player is positive for Covid-19. Real football and basketball teams share the same training ground.

By the evening of the same day, the Dutch government also announced that it would stop all football activities of the country until further notice. Marca reported that the Bundesliga even considered the possibility of ending the season early if things didn’t improve.

All football activities in the Netherlands have been banned

Guardian commented with the current situation, it is likely that UEFA will offer a solution to postpone the Champions League and Europa League, move EURO 2020 to 2021. This will help the league in England, Italy or many other countries in Europe. Europe could end the season in the summer.

This is the best solution for the parties. If EURO 2020 is started as expected, there will be no time for the Football Association members to make up the compensation schedule when the club season is delayed.