SPORTS LIST – Infobae

Monday, January 11, 2021.

The editor on duty is Eric Núñez in New York until 2000 GMT. León Girón in Mexico City from that time on.

SOCCER

FA CUP

STOCKPORT, England – West Ham snapped out of an FA Cup foil when they scored in the 83rd minute to beat semi-pro Stockport 1-0 in the third round. 200 words. AP Photo. SENT.

-FA CUP-DRAW: Man United and Liverpool will meet in the fourth round of the FA Cup. 150 words. SENT.

ITALY-LEAGUE

LA SPEZIA, Italy – Spezia defeats Sampdoria 2-1 in the Ligurian derby to score consecutive victories for the first time in her first season in Serie A. 200 words. AP Photo. SENT.

SPAIN-LEAGUE

MADRID – The youthful Japanese forward Takefusa Kubo makes his debut for Getafe and stands out for the Madrid club to come back from the scoreboard to beat Elche 3-1 in the Spanish La Liga. Chilean coach Manuel Pellegrino’s Betis surpasses Huesca and approaches the European zone. 250 words. SENT.

PSG-NEYMAR

PARIS – Neymar returns to Paris Saint-Germain training after missing a month due to an ankle injury. The Brazilian forward has not played since he was taken out on a stretcher when playing the discounts of the game that PSG lost 1-0 at home to Lyon on December 13 in the French league. 200 words. SENT.

GOLF

PGA-TRUMP

KAPALUA, Hawaii, USA – The PGA of the United States cuts its ties with President Donald Trump when it approves withdrawing the PGA Championship next year from the golf course owned by the president in New Jersey. Meanwhile, the organizers of the British Open announce that Turnberry will not be able to host the tournament in the “near future” because the Scottish field is owned by Trump. By Doug Ferguson. 360 words. AP Photos. SENT.

BASEBALL

METS-EASTERN

NEW YORK – Francisco Lindor did not stop smiling for 40 minutes, fascinated to join a New York Mets enlarged by the investment of new owner Steven Cohen. On signing a contract extension, the Puerto Rican shortstop stressed that it is something he is not opposed to. By Ronald Blum and Eric Núñez. 640 words. AP Photos. SENT.

AUSTRALIA-RAMIREZ

SYDNEY – Manny Ramírez is discharged by the Sydney Blue Sox due to uncertainty surrounding the Australian baseball league season amid the coronavirus pandemic and a medical issue that prevents the Dominican poelotero from playing or training with the club . 270 words. AP Photos. SENT.

OLYMPICS

TOKYO-OPINION PUBLICA

TOKYO – More than 80% of people in Japan who were polled in two surveys in recent days are inclined to have the Tokyo Olympics canceled or postponed, or think that the appointment will not be able to take place amid the coronavirus pandemic . By Stephen Wade. 400 words. AP Photo. SENT.

NFL

PLAYOFFS-DEFENSE

UNCLAIMED – In a season where the offense soared, the defense turned out to be pivotal in the wild-card round. Look what happened to the offenses in Seattle, Tennessee and Chicago. By Barry Wilner. 400 words. AP Photos. SENT.

EAGLES-PEDERSON

PHILADELPHIA – The Philadelphia Eagles fire head coach Doug Pederson, less than three years after leading them to their only Super Bowl title. By Rob Maadi. 400 words. AP Photos. SENT.

BUCCANEERS-ANALISIS

TAMPA, Florida – No one “wins and turns the page” better than Tom Brady. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn’t put on their best display in their first postseason win in 18 years, but they came away with the victory. That’s the only thing that really matters in the playoffs. By Fred Goodall. 400 words. SENT.

BASKETBALL

NBA-CORONAVIRUS

UNSEQUENT – The NBA postpones another pair of games due to COVID-19 contact traces: Monday’s in Dallas between the Mavericks and New Orleans Pelicans, as well as Tuesday’s in Chicago between the Bulls and Boston Celtics. By Tim Reynolds. 400 words. AP Photo. SENT.

Today’s NBA Games (Eastern Time)

Memphis en Cleveland, 7 p.m.

Milwaukee en Orlando, 7 p.m.

New York at Charlotte, 7 pm

Phoenix en Washington, 7 p.m.

Philadelphia and Atlanta, 7:30 p.m.

Indiana in Sacramento, 10 p.m.

Toronto en Portland, 10 p.m.

New Orleans in Dallas (postponed)

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