Today’s latest sports news Monday, November 29
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Summary and goals of Real Madrid 2 – 1 Sevilla: Another Vinicius breaks out
Results and goals of Cádiz 1 – Atlético 4: Atlético clears their doubts with a win
Russia removes Spain from Davis in group stage
Carreño collides with Medvedev and the classification will be played in the doubles
Carlsen is only affected by doping control in the third game of the World Cup
Magnus Carlsen had an undeserved reputation for not over-preparing openings, or at least for not being obsessed with studying early moves, such as Kasparov. (If the Russian had grown up in our era, his retinas would have melted in front of the computer). The current champion has grown up in the middle of the computer age, but his style is more about getting to the heart of the game and starting to squeeze the opponent. This time, however, he appears to have landed in Dubai with a briefcase full of tricks.
The League | Real Madrid 2 – 1 Sevilla: This was the goal of Vinicius that made the Bernabéu explode
Real Madrid took three points of great merit in a tough game against Sevilla, who played in the Bernabeu at a great level. Very even game that Vinicius sentenced in the absence of three minutes when he was already thinking about a tie. A shot to the Brazilian’s squad, after a dribbling control with his chest, which made the Bernabéu explode.
The Ferrari boss’s public disparagement of Carlos Sainz
He has tried a lot Ferrari in giving the feeling that there are no internal hierarchies among its drivers. This has been shown in different races, in which the best placed to fight for the points has had preference in overtaking on the track or in tire changes. Fictitious equality if we take into account the words of the head of the team, Mattia Binotto, which in an interview has clearly opted for Charles Leclerc as the driver predestined to be the next world champion with Ferrari.