Deschamps’ list for the Blues, the PSG Pochettino version, the return of Van der Poel: news on the set

Deschamps’ list for the Blues, the PSG Pochettino version, the return of Van der Poel: news on the set

Deschamps’ list for the Blues, the PSG Pochettino version, the return of Van der Poel: news on the set

What you may have missed between last night and this morning

1. Football – Champions League: It was (almost) Pochettino’s PSG

So we titled our traditional post “cheat sheet” Maccabi Haifa – PSG. On the Israeli lawn, Paris suffered, also conceding the first goal before waking up, and with the strength of his offensive skills he overturned the situation thanks to a goal from each of the members of the MMN: Messi, Mbappé and Neymar (1-3) . A second success in the Champions League is perhaps the main thing for a Galtier who knows he still has work to do.

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2. Football – Champions League: Haaland obviously slaps Juve

For a long time the reunion between Erling Haaland and Borussia Dortmund remained goalless. But it took a lot of naivety to think the Norwegian wasn’t going to play a bad joke on his former club. Haaland scored well, giving his team the victory in the 84th minute (2-1). Juventus did not take advantage of Milik’s debut and lost against Benfica (1-2). Real calmly won ahead of Leipzig (2-0).

3. Basketball – Euro: The Blues will not meet Doncic

After avoiding Nikola Jokic’s Serbia and seeing Giannis Antetokounmpo’s Greece eliminated, the French team on Wednesday night noticed that the semi-final opponent would not be Luka Doncic’s Slovenia, as in the Olympics, but Poland. Reigning champions, the Slovenes were beaten by the surprising Poles (90-87). The champion missed the game with “only” 14 points, 11 rebounds and 7 assists.

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Football – Transfers : Olympique de Marseille have terminated Cédric Bakambu’s contract which expires until June 2024. The striker will sign for free with Olympiakos according to La Provence and L’Equipe.

Tennis – Davis Cup : Without Alcaraz, Spain dominated Serbia in the group stage (3-0). Same score for Italy on Croatia (3-0). The United States beat Great Britain (2-1) and Germany France (2-1).

Handball – Champions League : HBC Nantes lost heavily (40-33) in Kielce on matchday one of the group stage. The “H” did not disappoint the finalist of the last edition and winner in 2016, in a very tough group A with in particular Barça, double champion, Kiel and Aalborg.

Nantes took 40 in Kielce: the summary of the defeat of the “H”

Podcasts today

Thursday is Stop Buffet. Around Imanol Harinordoquy, the journalists of the Midi Olympique Jérémy Fadat and Arnaud Beurdeley and that of Eurosport, Olivier Canton, addressed three themes: the Union Bordeaux-Bègles and its non-sporting problems, the Stade Toulousain and its swollen workforce and finally France squad one year after the World Cup.

At Belle Trace, Florence Masnada receives former handball Valérie Nicolas this week. The former goalkeeper tells the story of her through her career and in particular of this very special position as that of goalkeeper.

The recovery video

Mathieu van der Poel hadn’t won since the first stage of the Giro d’Italia, right at the beginning of May. Anomaly repaired on Wednesday at the Grand Prix de Wallonie.

He’s back: Van der Poel pleases Girmay and builds confidence before the World Cup

The story of the day on Eurosport

At 2 pm it’s Didier Deschamps time. With a calibrated exercise, the France manager will provide his squad for the two Nations League matches this September window, against Austria (22 September) and Denmark (25 September). Without real sporting problems, this meeting will be worth above all for the choices that “DD” will make in the face of numerous injuries, especially in the defensive sector.

Will Giroud be on the list? “In Italy we would have liked to have him in the national team”

What not to miss today

1. Football – Europa League: Second European exit for Nantes, Rennes and Monaco

Brilliant Olympiakos winners for their reunion with Europe, FC Nantes crossed the finish line to go to Baku to face Qarabag, their opponent for this second match, in Azerbaijan (18:45). No away games for Stade Rennais and AS Monaco, but the Bretons will struggle to face Fenerbahçe (21:00). Winner of his first match as well, Monaco receives the Hungarians of Ferencvaros (18:45).

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2. Football – Europa League Conference: a bit of serenity for Nice?

Nice’s first match of the European season turned into a nightmare before the match and if the worst was averted with the Cologne fans, the images shocked beyond the football sphere. About a hundred Nice fans will go to Belgrade to face Partizan (21:00). Since they will be very controlled, the Aiglons will logically be able to concentrate on the pitch.

3. Handball – Champions League: an entrance shock for PSG

After Nantes, Paris Saint-Germain will start their 2022-2023 European adventure this Thursday (18:45). For this entry, the Parisians could not have dreamed of a worse opponent as on their way they will meet Veszprem, semifinalist of last season but also in 2020 and finalist in 2019. A good way for Paris to know where they are. A match to follow on Eurosport 2.

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Telekom Veszprém HC – PSG Handball

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