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Covid-19 experience: It was too scary for comfort- Kilian

first_img Loading… Promoted ContentBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth8 Most Expensive Mistakes In The History Of MankindYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of AnimeThe Highest Paid Football Players In The WorldWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Top 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For Them10 Phones That Can Easily Fit In The Smallest PocketThe Network’s Greatest Shows On HBO11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More The first Bundesliga player to test positive for coronavirus said on Monday he had been “really scared” as he suffered from the illness. Paderborn’s Luca Kilian, 20, was the first case of Covid-19 in the German top-flight which has been postponed until at least 2 April due to the pandemic. The Germany Under-21 international had missed seven matches since suffering a muscle injury in late-January but his club’s last match was the March 6 loss to Cologne. “It started on 10 March with a little bit of irritation in the throat. The day after I had a headache but I kept training” he told newspaper Westfalen-Blatt. “On 12 March I had the first of my hot flushes and a day later they were really strong. Fever and strong shivers. It was then I started being really scared for the first time. “It took four days for the fever to drop, and after that I felt better every day,” he added.Advertisementcenter_img Kilian, who joined the league’s bottom club, from home town side Borussia Dortmund at the start of the season, was able to return home to his family to be taken care of by his mother, a nurse. Luca Kilian in tough battle with opponent in one of the Bundesliga matches before league was suspended “If I had stayed alone in Paderborn I would have gone to hospital,” he continued. “I can now talk from experience. I’m a sportsman and in form, but I had to fight a lot against the virus. For the people who already have health issues, it could put their life in danger.” Read Also‘I could no longer breathe on my own’: striker reveals virus battle As of late Sunday, 55 people in Germany have died of the disease with 18 610 recorded cases and Chancellor Angela Merkel was in quarantine after meeting a doctor who tested positive for the novel coronavirus. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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Sachin Tendulkar was an all condition batsman: Shane Warne

first_imgSydney: Australian spin great Shane Warne has picked Sachin Tendulkar and Brian Lara as the two greatest batters to have played during his time on the field. During the Instagram Live session with his fans he said, “There were these two guys, then there was daylight and after that, the rest of the batsmen came.” Warne, 50, regarded as the greatest leg-spinner of all time, said while Tendulkar was an all condition batsman, Lara as an aggressive one for chasing big totals. “If I have to choose any batsman to bat in any conditions, it is a real toss-up between Tendulkar and Lara, but I would just choose Tendulkar,” he said.“If we have to chase 400 runs on the last day, I would definitely pick Lara,” he added.Tendulkar played 200 Tests and scored 15,921 runs with an average 53.78 while in 463 ODIs he amassed 18,426 runs with an average 44.83.He holds the record of scoring most runs in both formats. On the other hand, Lara played 131 longest format games and scored 11,953 runs with an average of 52.88. In 299 ODIs he accumulated 10,405 runs including 19 centuries and 63 fifties.Warne also said he believes former skipper Steve Waugh, counted among one of the most successful captains, was more of a match-saver than a match-winner when it came to Test cricket.“Steve was more of a match saver than a match-winner,” Warner said about Waugh whom he included in his all-time Australian Test XI to be led by Allan Border. Waugh played 168 Tests for Australia in which he scored 10927 runs, including 32 centuries and 50 fifties. Announcing his team on Instagram Live, Warne further said: “I am only picking players that I played with that is why David Warner is not going to be a part of the side, he is one of the greatest Australian opener.”Matthew Hayden and Michael Slater were picked as openers, followed by Ricky Ponting, Mark Waugh, Border and Steve. Adam Gilchrist was chosen to don the wicketkeeping gloves. Warne went with Glenn McGrath, Jason Gillespie, Bruce Reid, and Tim May as the fast bowlers. Merv Hughes was named as 12th man. IANSAlso Read: Coronavirus: Sachin Tendulkar joins WHO’s Safe Hands ChallengeAlso watch: CPRO of NFR, Suhanan Chand speaks about Corona Virus to The Sentinel, Watch the full videolast_img read more

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Real Madrid Win Record 4th Club World Cup

first_imgAl Ain had shocked River Plate on penalties in the semi-final but never looked like following that up with a famous win at the Zayed Sports City Stadium in Abu Dhabi.Midfielder Toni Kroos has won five of the past six Club World Cups – in 2013 with Bayern Munich and 2014, 2016, 2017 and 2018 with the Spanish side.Real now hold the record for most victories in the competition, which was first held in 2000, moving one clear of Spanish rivals Barcelona.Earlier, Copa Libertadores winners River Plate won the third-place play-off by beating Asian champions Kashima Antlers 4-0. Gonzalo Martinez scored twice on what is expected to be his final appearance before joining MLS champions Atlanta United.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Gareth Bale scored hat trick last night to put Real Madrid on the road to clinching a third FIFA Club World Cup title Spain’s Real Madrid won the Club World Cup for a third consecutive year, and record fourth in total, by beating Abu Dhabi side Al Ain in the final yesterday.Luka Modric curled home the opening goal from the edge of the area after Karim Benzema’s lay-off. Marcos Llorente hit a stunning 25-yard half-volley – his first professional goal – and Sergio Ramos headed in the third from Modric’s corner. Tsukasa Shiotani nodded in for Al Ain before Yahya Nader’s own goal.Real could have won by more. Lucas Vazquez hit the post early on and Gareth Bale – who scored a semi-final hat-trick against Kashima Antlers – went close with a spectacular bicycle kick which went just over the bar.last_img read more

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