MATCHDAY: Juventus faces Inter, Barcelona hosts Sevilla
A look at what’s happening in European soccer on Sunday: ITALY The Derby d’Italia is always a hotly contested fight between two of the biggest teams in Italian soccer. But this time Juventus knows it can move above defending champion Inter Milan in what has become a thrilling title race. After a poor start to the season, Juventus is unbeaten in 16 consecutive league matches and sits just one point behind Inter, which has dropped to third after one win in its past seven matches. Victory would also see Juventus cut the gap to AC Milan to four points, with the Serie A leader not playing until Monday.
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did not have to leave it, it does nothing but betis.
with ten goals and eight decisive passes since the beginning of the season, Nabil Fekir (SE) feast in Seville. Asked by the AFP, the world champion 2018 does not go by four paths to evoke his season: "I play, I take pleasure, we have the chance to have good results. This is my best season here. Everything is fine. Everyone gives me confidence. And I will not hide it, it helps a lot. »
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No wonder for the one who confides to have easily adapted to the Betis, a club that strives in addition to prolonging its best elements, like French this winter. "This is an ambitious project. They try to keep the best players. It shows all the ambition of the club. And I hope there will still be other quality players who will come to ", projects French.
But Nabil Fekir also dreams of Champions League: "That would be top. Really (...). The club people made me clearly told me that was one of their goals. What would be a good way for him to come back in the radars of Didier Deschamps, who has not selected it since September 2020. "But I sleep well at night. There is a coach, it makes choices, we must respect them », advance Fekir, who, however, admits to Qatar: " normal. Any player wants to play the best competitions.
Cajoler the club and coach in an interview: This is a perfectly negotiated plan.
Canucks captain Bo Horvat out for the rest of the regular season with lower-body injury .
With exactly two weeks remaining in their regular-season schedule, the Canucks have announced that captain Bo Horvat has been shut down due to an undisclosed lower-body injury. Horvat will be re-evaluated in two weeks. The announcement comes as a relative surprise; Horvat left Thursday’s game after blocking a shot, but that decision was deemed precautionary and he has since been considered merely day-to-day. As it turns out, the prognosis is much more severe. Horvat, 26, is Vancouver’s leading goal scorer with 31 tallies on the year.