Canada Ibrahimovic promotes the AHA rule: "You are not a Zlatan"
Hazard back soon?
© Provided by Sports.fr Panoramic Off the field for almost two months, Eden Hazard is on his way home, according to Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane. Having arrived at Real Madrid in the summer of 2019 for 115 million euros, Eden Hazard had a delicate first season, plagued by injuries. Unfortunately for him, this new 2020-2021 fiscal year started out on the same basis. Hit in the right leg at the end of September, the former Chelsea Blue has not played with the White House since.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic uses his reach to call for compliance with the Corona rules - in the usual manner, of course.
In a promotional film for the Italian region of Lombardy, the Milan striker warns against underestimating the corona virus. The 39-year-old speaks from experience, after all, he has just had a corona infection. "The virus challenged me and I won, but you're not a Zlatan, don't challenge the virus," says the Swede, standing on top of a high-rise in the film. He asks the audience to adhere to the AHA formula, i.e. to keep their distance, observe hygiene measures and wear the everyday mask.
Ibrahimovic had shown no symptoms during his infection. On September 24th, he received the positive test result, commenting his diagnosis on Twitter combatively: "So Covid had the courage to challenge me." He remained in isolation at home according to regulations and did not return to the field until mid-October after negative tests.
Lombardy was already badly affected in the first Corona wave in Italy in spring. Even now, the numbers of new infections there are again comparatively high.
Trapp betrayed: So it came to an end at PSG .
Kevin Trapp dared to step to PSG in 2015. In addition to top players such as Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Neymar, the Eintracht goalkeeper also experienced a heavy defeat © Provided by sport1.de Trapp reveals: So it came to an end at PSG Angel di Maria for 63 million euros, Layvin Kurzawa 25 million euros and Serge Aurier is worth almost ten million euros. The name Kevin Trapp, who moved from Eintracht Frankfurt to Paris Saint-Germain for 8.5 million euros, was still largely unknown on the European m