Sports Bulletin: Champions League final today, Shubhankar’s great performance in Dutch Open, read big news

Sports Bulletin of 28 May 2022

India’s Shubhankar Sharma performed brilliantly in the third round of the Dutch Open, unlike the first two days. Apart from this, also read important news related to Indian Surfing Open here.

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Ishita in the final of Indian Open Surfing

Karnataka’s Ishita Malvia (6.17) and Sinchana Gowda (7.30) along with Goa’s Sugar Banarse (11.27) and Tamil Nadu’s Srishti Selvam (10.37) reached the finals of the Indian Open surfing women’s event on Saturday. Banaras will also participate in the finals of the Groms (16 and Under) girls surf category on Sunday. The surfer from Tamil Nadu made a clean sweep in the semi-finals of the Groms Boys (U-16) category.

Australia announces team for Football World Cup

Australia has announced a 29-man squad for the last World Cup football qualifier to be held in Qatar in June, which includes two players who recently won titles with their clubs in Europe. Edin Rustic is part of the Europa League champion Entrash Frankfurt team while Tom Rojic won the Scottish Premier League with Celtic FC. The players will reach Doha in the next three days. Australia is eyeing a place in the World Cup for the fifth time in a row. He has to play a play-off match against the United Arab Emirates on June 7. If he wins, he will face Peru on 13 June. Whichever of the three teams is victorious, will join France, Denmark and Tunisia in Group D in the World Cup to be held from November 21 to December 18.

Real Madrid face Liverpool

The eyes of millions of football lovers around the world will be set on Paris, Liverpool and Real Madrid will face each other in the title match of the Champions League. Carlo Ancelotti would like to become the first coach to win this top European club football title four times. He won the title for the first time in 2014 with Madrid. Earlier in 2003 and 2007, AC Milan has got the title. He won the Spanish title in his first season with Madrid. Madrid won the European Cup for the 13th time in 2018 by defeating Liverpool under Zinedine Zidane’s coach. With Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool ended their 30-year wait by winning the title in 2020. Liverpool missed the English Premier League title by one point last week but now forgetting that, eyes will be on this final. UEFA has had to change the venue of the final for the third consecutive year. This time St Petersburg lost the hosting of the final not because of the Corona epidemic but because of Russia’s attack on Ukraine.

Pragyananda not satisfied with her performance

Indian young chess player Rameshbabu Pragyanand may have achieved some of the best results in the recent past, including two upset victories against world champion Magnus Carlsen, but the 16-year-old doesn’t get more excited. After beating Carlsen and Levon Aronian in the Masters tournament, Pragyanand performed brilliantly in the Chessable Masters and finished second. He defeated world No. 9 Anish Giri in the semi-finals but finished second in the final after losing to world No. 2 Ding Liren of China. This young man from Chennai said in the virtual media conference, I am not trying to celebrate it at all. This is nothing compared to what all those players have achieved. It is definitely a big thing but it is not something that all of them have not achieved.

Shubhankar in top 10 of Dutch Open

India’s Shubhankar Sharma performed brilliantly in the third round of the Dutch Open, unlike the first two days, to move closer to the top 10 of the table. Shubhankar, who barely made the cut after playing 71-71 in the first two rounds, played a card of 69 in the third round, taking his total to five-under after 54 holes of play. He is currently ranked 11th in the table. Many players have not yet completed the third round of play, so they can reach the top 10. Shubhankar, a two-time winner of the DP World Tour, had failed to make the cut in four of the last five contests. He has so far made 15 birdies in this match, but he has given 10 bogeys. Two other Indians competing in the competition, Gaganjeet Bhullar (73-74) and SSP Chaurasia (74-77), failed to make the cut.