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The Spanish selection grabs front pages after its exhibition on Tuesday night at La Cartuja. Six goals endorsed the red to Germany in the decisive match in which the pass to the final phase of the Nations League (6-0) was at stake. Ferran Torres was the protagonist of the clash by signing up for a hat-trick.

The players of Spain hug after scoring a goal (CRISTINA QUICLER / AFP)




Rafael Nadal depends on himself to get into the semifinals of the ATP Finals. Despite the defeat against Dominic Thiem, the victory against Andrey Rublev on the first day allows him to be master of his destiny. For this he will have to beat Stefanos Tsitsipas, winner against the Russian in last night’s game at the O2 Arena in London.

Stefanos Tsitsipas on service

Stefanos Tsitsipas at the service (GLYN KIRK / AFP)

The fourth day of the South American qualifiers of the Qatar World Cup 2022 produced a surprising result: Ecuador’s defeat of Colombia (6-1). In the star match of the day, Brazil defeated Uruguay 0-2, the same result as Argentina against Peru in Lima. In the other game of the day, Venezuela beat Chile 2-1. Arturo Vidal’s goal was not enough.

Arturo Vidal makes a hard tackle to Yangel Herrera

Arturo Vidal makes a hard tackle to Yangel Herrera (EDILZON GAMEZ / AFP)




The State of Origin series is an annual rugby league competition in which the Australian states of Queensland yy New South Wales, between which there is a great rivalry, and the winner comes out of the best of three games. In the final match in Brisbane, the sky blue team won an exciting final 20-14. 50,000 fans saw it live.

Queensland players celebrate the win

Queensland players celebrate the triumph (PATRICK HAMILTON / AFP)

Golf faces the final stretch of the season. After the Augusta Masters dispute, the European circuit returns with the dispute of the South African Open. It is the second oldest national tournament in history.

The South African Martin Rohwer practices before starting a day before the tournament starts

The South American Martin Rohwer practices before starting the day before the tournament starts (Stuart Franklin / Getty)




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