El Deportivo: Copa América: Venezuela advances undefeated to the quarterfinals and already has a rival

Copa America: Venezuela advances undefeated to the quarterfinals and already has a rival

For the first time in its history, the Venezuelan national team has qualified undefeated for the Quarterfinals of the Copa América. In the last two editions, it has scored five goals, while in the group stage of the current competition it has already scored six goals. Now, the Vinotinto will face Canada and have a chance of a place in the semifinals.

Formula 1: George Russell takes advantage of the clash between Verstappen and Norris to conquer Austria

The first win for a Mercedes driver in 2024 is defined as: “being in the right place at the right time”. George Russell won the Austrian GP, ​​after taking advantage of the collision between Max Verstappen and Lando Norris. The Red Bull star dominated the entire weekend, until lap 63, when Norris had to retire and the three-time Formula 1 champion was penalized with 10 seconds.

Euro Cup: England survives and Spain scores

Two very different scenarios were experienced in the round of 16 of the European Championship. In the first half, England were saved by Jude Bellingham, who with a great goal from a bicycle kick tied the game that was in favour of Slovakia for most of the match. Then Harry Kane decided in extra time and sent his team to the quarter-finals. On the other hand, Spain had a feast against Georgia, who surprised in the first half, but deflated in the second. Goals from Rodri, Fabián, Nico Williams and Dani Olmo sentenced the surprising Georgia.

Tennis: Alcaraz ready to open the curtain at Wimbledon

As tradition dictates, the last winner in the men’s category will open the first day of Wimbledon on Monday on Centre Court: Carlos Alcaraz, the world’s third-ranked player, will face Estonian Mark Lajal (262nd). The world number 1, the Italian Jannik Sinner, will start the day on Court No. 1 against German Yannick Hanfmann.

Basketball: LeBron James seeks a new contract with the Lakers

LeBron James will not exercise his $51.4 million option for next season and will instead seek a new deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, a person familiar with the decision said Saturday. Terms of the new deal could be finalized quickly.