Offbeat Starligue: Cesson-Rennes Finds the Taste of Victory
Taste and smell gone forever? The anguish of Covid survivors
Three days after testing positive for Covid-19, "everything tasted like cardboard," recalls 38-year-old Elizabeth Medina, who lost her sense of taste and smell at the start of the pandemic. A year later, she fears she will never get them back. Medina consulted ear, nose and throat doctors and neurologists, tried various nasal sprays, and is part of a group of patients undergoing experimental treatment that uses fish oil. To try to stimulate herMedina consulted ear, nose and throat doctors and neurologists, tried various nasal sprays, and is part of a group of patients undergoing experimental treatment that uses fish oil.
four months that the players of Cesson-Rennes were waiting for that . Since their success against Créteil on December 3rd, the players of Sébastien Leriche had not known the victory in Lidl Starligue. But, on the parquet of the red lantern, the seven series of seven success has come to an end. Faced with Tremblay, the teammates of Mathieu Salou (6 goals on 7 shots) and Sylvain Hochet (6 goals on 7 shots) quickly took the lead to the display board, leading four goals after 17 minutes of play. But Tremblay. , back to the wall in the race to maintain, has given everything to reduce the gap and return to a length at the break thanks to a seven meter jet of Henrik Olsson (2 goals on 5 shots) at the last second. The start of the second half was a crooked crooked between the two courses with the Tremblays who went to the last five minutes. It is then that the Bretons raised the tone to impose itself with a small length (26-27) and afford a margin of four points on the relegation zone. For Tremblay, the air bowl came from the two consecutive victories last February is far away with this second setback remit that keeps the club at the last place, with two points behind Ivry, first non-relegable whose match of the Weekend in Dunkirk was postponed, and one on Créteil, who receives Toulouse this Sunday. Handball - Lidl Starligue / 21st day Friday, April 2, 2021 Chartres - Montpellier: 28-31 Limoges - Nîmes: 21-34 Saturday, April 3, 2021 Tremblay - Cesson-Rennes: 26-27 Sunday 4 April 2021 16h00: Créteil - Toulouse 17h00: PSG Handball - Chambery Wednesday 12 May 2021 20h00: Nantes - Saint-Raphaël postponed at a later date Aix - Istres Dunkerque - Ivry
unanimous sentence after racist tags on a Muslim cultural center in Rennes .
Video provided by AFP © Copyright 2021, Obs "Crusades will resume", "Charles Martel saves us": anti-Muslim tags discovered Sunday 11 April morning on the exterior walls of the Avicenne Islamic Cultural Center of Rennes caused a condemnation concert, some even denouncing an "antimusulman climate". "Two days of Ramadan, the faithful find their mosque tagged with obscene phrases," lamented Mohammed Zaidouni, the President of the Regional Council of Muslim worship.