SPORTS LIST – Infobae

Sunday, November 6, 2022

Until 2100 GMT, the editor in New York is Eric Núñez. Jesús Sierra takes over from that time in Mexico City.

FOOTBALL

ENGLAND-LEAGUE

LONDON – Gabriel’s second half shot was enough to keep Arsenal at the top of the Premier League, beating Arsenal 1-0 at Chelsea, another sign that the Gunners are strong contenders for the title. This win put Arsenal in the lead, two points ahead of Manchester City. Mattias Karen’s photo. 500 words. AP Photos. TO SEND.

SPAIN LEAGUE

MADRID – Another setback and another booing round for Atletico de Madrid. Bed fans lost their patience against coach Diego Simeone, and this situation was reflected in the numerical backwardness after they drew 1-1 with Espanyol in the Spanish League. Tales by Azzoni. 400 words. AP Photos. TO SEND.

FRANCE LEAGUE

PARIS – With a late goal from Portuguese defender Danilo Pereira, Paris Saint-Germain managed to secure a 2-1 win over Lorent and regain their five-point lead as the French league leader. Lionel Messi rested the day after his Achilles tendon inflammation. Jerome Pugmire’s photo. 300 words. AP Photos. TO SEND.

ITALY LEAGUE

ROME — Juventus and Inter Milan later teamed up as Maurizio Sarri’s Lazio beat José Mourinho’s Roma 1-0 to drive their opponent away from the capital and move to third place in Serie A. Andrew Dampf’s photo. 400 words. AP Photos. TO SEND.

GERMANY LEAGUE

BERLIN – Union Berlin’s heavy match load finally caught up with them and they lost 5-0 away to Bayer Leverkusen and Bayern Munich remained at the top of the Bundesliga after 13 games. Ciarán Fahey’s photo. 250 words. AP Photos. TO SEND.

QATAR WORKERS WORLDWIDE

NO SOURCE – A few days before Qatar hosts the World Cup, human rights groups fear that the window to the country’s widespread exploitation of foreign workers may quickly close. by Joseph Krauss. 1000 words. AP Photos SENT.

TENNIS

PARIS

PARIS – Danish teenager Holger Rune came from behind to claim the biggest title of his career, beating Novak Djokovic 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 in the Paris Masters final. Djokovic remained with a desire to raise his title record in the ATP Masters 1000 series tournaments to 39. Rune will enter the top 10 on Monday. 400 words. AP Photos. TO SEND.

WTA-FINALS

FORT WORTH, Texas — World Number 1 Iga Swiatek faces Aryna Sabalenka and Maria Sakkari faces Caroline Garcia in the WTA Masters Cup semi-finals. Schuyler Dixon’s photo. 300 words. AP Photos. Editors: The day continues.

ATHLETICS

NEW YORK – Kenyans Evans Chebet and Sharon Lokedi are victorious in their debut at the New York Marathon. by Doug Feinberg. 300 words. AP Photos. TO SEND.

BASEBALL

FREE REPRESENTATIVES

HOUSTON – Aaron Judge, Edwin Diaz, Trea Turner, Dansby Swanson and Xander Bogaerts were among 131 free agents when the major league buyout began, just hours after the World Series’ final release. Justin Verlander, Jacob deGrom and Carlos Rodón should join them in the coming days, as they are among the 56 players whose options should be decided within five days of the World Series. Ronald Blum’s photo. 350 words. AP Photos. TO SEND.

NFL

Today’s games in the NFL (Eastern time in the US)

At Buffalo, NY Jets, 13:00

Caroline in Cincinnati, 1 pm.

Green Bay, Detroit, 13:00

Indianapolis, New England, 13:00

LA Chargers in Atlanta, 13:00

Las Vegas in Jacksonville, 13:00

1:00 PM in Miami, Chicago

Minnesota in Washington, 1:00 PM

Seattle, Arizona, 16:05

LA Rams in Tampa Bay, 4:25 pm.

20:20 in Kansas City, Tennessee.

BASKETBALL

Today’s NBA games (Eastern time in the USA)

Cleveland, LA at the Lakers, 3:30 PM

Chicago, in Toronto, 6:00 PM

Washington, in Memphis, 6:00 PM

Utah, at LA Clippers, 10:00 PM

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