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The US prosecutors said that he Football star Cristiano Ronaldo will not face charges after being accused of sexual assault. It is reported that they do not have enough evidence to proceed with the case.

Kathryn Mayorga (34), a former model claims that she had been raped by Cristiano Ronaldo in a Las Vegas hotel in 2009.

Mayorga claimed that the Ronaldo initially used “fixers” to stop her pursuing criminal charges, including paying her $375,000 to keep quiet.

Reports said that she had made an out-of-court settlement with Ronaldo in 2010, but finds to reopen the case in 2018. Ronaldo had denied all the allegations.

Las Vegas prosecutors on Monday said that the claims could not “be proven beyond reasonable doubt”.

The Clark County District Attorney’s Office said that Mayorga had submitted a report to them on 13th of June 2009, saying that she had been the victim of a sexual assault. She refused to state where the incident happened or who the attacker was.

Police said that they were unable “to conduct any meaningful investigation”, due to this reason. The criminal investigation is now reportedly closed.

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Moise Kean, the Juventus striker suffers racist abuse from the home supporters during his team’s Serie A match at Cagliari, on Tuesday night.

“The best way to respond to racism- #notoracism” wrote Moise Kean in his official Instagram. Defender Leonardo Bonucci and Boss Massimiliano Allegri said that Kean should take some of the blame for his celebration.

Allegri said, “He shouldn’t have celebrated in that manner. He is a young man and he has to learn, but certain things from the crowd also shouldn’t be heard”.

“You celebrate goals with your team-mates. He could have done it differently. I think the blame is 50-50. Moise should not have done that and the Curva [fans] should not have reacted in that way”, says Leonardo Bonucci.

The incident happened after England players were subjected to racial abuse in their recent game in Montenegro.

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England’s stunning start to the Euro 2020 qualification continued by qualifying with a 5-1 thrashing of Montenegro on Monday. But the victory was shadowed by racist chanting.

The Three Lions continued their Group A campaign in Podgorica Just 72 hours after kicking off their European Championship journey by hitting five without reply against the Czech Republic.

Racist issues came across a number of England players including Danny Rose, during the Euro 2020 qualifier in Podgorica. The Manager Gareth Southgate said the incidents will be reported to Uefa.

As per reports, Southgate said “There’s no doubt in my mind it happened. I know what I heard. We have to make sure our players feel supported, they know the dressing room is there and we as a group of staff are there for them. We have to report it through the correct channels. It is clear that so many people have heard it and we have to continue to make strides in our country and trust the authorities to take the right action”.

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Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo are looking forward their play for their countries for the first time since the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Messi will be playing for Argentina against Venezuela for a friendly match in Madrid. Ronaldo is due to play for Portugal’s opening Euro 2020 qualifier at home against the Ukraine in Lisbon.

Both of the players had missed six international matches since the World Cup. Ronaldo scored 85 goals in 154 international games and could also play in Portugal’s game in Serbia on 25 March. Portugal reached this summer’s Nations League semi-finals without Ronaldo.

Portugal defender Joao Cancelo said,”Cristiano adds quality to any team. It’s a pleasure to play with him and he’s very important for us”.

Lionel Messi scored 65 goals in 128 international appearances. While he is set to play at Atletico Madrid’s Wanda Metropolitano stadium, Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero, Chelsea’s Gonzalo Higuain and Inter Milan’s Mauro Icardi are not in the squad.

Lionel Scaloni said on Messi’s return, “It’s a joy for me and for everyone that he’s back – we’re all very happy”.

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The CAF Confederation Cup trophy-holders Raja Casablanca are about to face an elimination unless they win a match with AS Otoho Oyo in Congo Brazzaville. This game is deciding whether Raja Casablanca can get a chance to reach the quarter-finals AFP/File.

The team had played four games and lost one in Group A. This leads to a final match-day clash with second-place AS Otoho Oyo in Owando Sunday.

Even if the Casablanca team wins this match with Otoho Oyo in Owando, they cannot directly enter into the quarter-finals, unless already-qualified Berkane avoid defeat away to another Moroccan side, Hassania Agadir.

Patrice Carteron, a Frenchman is coaching Raja Casablanca. This sports club with sections in many different disciplines in Casablanca, was founded in 20 March 1949 as part of the political struggle against French rule by nationalists.

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New Zealand’s injured captain Kane Williamson may not be playing the third Test against Bangladesh, due to his injuries. The test is scheduled to begin on Saturday in Christchurch. Reports said that Kane Williamson is expected to delay his departure for the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Williamson suffered a shoulder injury during Bangladesh’s first innings of the second Test in Wellington. New Zealand had won the match on Tuesday by an innings and 12 runs.

The head coach of the New Zealand cricket team Gary Stead had said in a statement that Williamson’s scan reports had detected a tear to his left pectoral minor muscle in his shoulder. “There’s obviously irritation and a wee bit of bleeding, it’s not a major injury,” said Gary Stead. “We’re hopeful that he will recover quickly, and the thing for us is to make sure he doesn’t aggravate it any more. He will come to Christchurch and we will make an assessment there on whether he plays.” he added.

Williamson had scored 74 although he had suffered considerable discomfort in batting.

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Dmitri Voloshin, an athlete from Moldova sets record for running 50 km in -60 degree weather. Dmitri Voloshin, had been a part of the charity run earlier this month in the Oymyakon district of the Sakha Republic, northeastern Russia. The race was finished in six hours.

Voloshin was the first athlete to run this distance at such a low temperature without any medical aid and rescuers. “It was very difficult to breathe — too little oxygen in the air, and the mask clogged with ice. Here my free diving experience of holding breath came in handy,” said Voloshin. He also added that, at the times when he felt he wanted to stop, thinking about his family helped him to overcome the situation. The IronMan triathlon world championship and swimming across the Strait of Gibraltar are his other achievements.

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