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European Football – Embolo's absence due to injury – Bologna in the Champions League – Sports

European Football – Embolo's absence due to injury – Bologna in the Champions League – Sports

European Football – Embolo out injured – Bologna in the Champions League – Sports – SRF

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A very unlucky person

Brielle Embolo has to leave the field early against Montpellier.

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Ligue 1: Embolo was substituted before the end of the first half

Briel Embolo suffered a setback four weeks before Euro 2024. The 27-year-old – who has just recovered from a ruptured cruciate ligament – had to be substituted before half-time with a thigh injury in Monaco's second-to-last match of the season. In Montpellier. And 10 minutes earlier, Nati's striker should have made it 1-0, but was called offside. It is not yet clear how serious Embolo's injury is. On Friday, Nati's coach, Murat Yakin, will announce his squad to participate in the European Championship. Monaco won the match 2-0 without Embolo. Her national teammate Yvonne Mvogo also had a bad outing. The goalkeeper suffered his seventh consecutive defeat with Lorient in Marseille (1:3) and faces relegation.

Italian League: Bologna reaches the first division

Bologna will play in the Champions League for the first time next season. After Roma's 2-1 defeat to Atalanta Bergamo, the team that includes Swiss Remo Freuler, Michel Aebischer and Dan Ndoye can no longer be knocked out of the top five in Serie A, which is required for the “Serie A”. In addition to Bologna, Noah Okafor's Juventus Torino, Noah Okafor's Milan and Yann Sommer's Inter Milan have already been confirmed as Italian participants in next season's Champions League.

Laona Buehler at Wembley.



Luana Buehler at Wembley.

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Women's FA Cup: Buhler fails in the final

Swiss international Luana Bühler missed out on winning the cup in England's final. With Tottenham, the centre-back lost 4-0 to Manchester United at London's Wembley Stadium, which was sold out to around 80,000 spectators. For Manchester United players, this is the first major trophy in the club's history.

English Premier League: Arsenal bears pressure

Arsenal can hope for the championship title in England until the end. The London club won 1-0 over Manchester United in the penultimate round and is once again one point ahead of Manchester City, who have played one game less. Arsenal scored the important goal at Old Trafford through Belgian Leandro Trossard in the 20th minute. Arsenal will play its last match this season next Sunday at home against Everton. For coach Mikel Arteta's team to become champions for the first time since 2004, it needs, above all, to stumble from Manchester City, which will visit Tottenham in the title-catch-up match on Tuesday and will host West Ham next Sunday.

SRF II, “Super League – Highlights” from May 5, 24, at 7:00 p.m.;

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