Canada Serbia in Efootball: The beginning of an era?
Canada can't overcome poor shooting in 72-68 women's basketball loss to Serbia
SAITAMA, Japan — Canada's women's basketball team opened the Olympics with a 72-68 loss to Serbia on Monday, a blow out of the gate to a team intent on climbing the medal podium in Tokyo. Nirra Fields led Canada with a game-high19 points, while Kia Nurse had 16 points and six rebounds for the Canadians, who who had to dig themselves out of a double-digit deficit because of poor first-half shooting. Shay Colley added 12 points before leaving the game with an apparent right shoulder injury in the third quarter. Sonja Vasic had 16 points for Serbia, which shot 8-of-17 from beyond the arc.
At the latest after her victory at the UEFA Eeuro 2021, 'Kepa' and 'Roksa' are one of the most important names in Efootball. The duo spoke with Kicker Esport.
Exclusive conversation to the EEURO
Da is the thing! The Serbian professionals Marko 'Roksa' Roksic and Stefan 'Kepa' Slavkovic will have thought about the final of UEFA Eeuro 2021. They beat Poles in the Final
After she had failed past season in the final of Eeuro 2020, this victory was important for the team, as 'Roksa' emphasized: "It means a lot, especially since we lost unhappy last year , This year everything came together for us and I think we deserve the title absolutely. "
Medal predictions for events at the Tokyo Olympics
TOKYO — Olympic medal predictions by AP beat writers: ___ ARCHERY Mixed Team Gold: South Korea Silver: India Bronze: United States Men’s Individual Gold: Brady Ellison, United States Silver: Kim Woojin, South Korea Bronze: Mauro Nespoli, Italy Women’s Individual Gold: Kang Chae Young, South Korea Silver: Deepika Kumari, India Bronze: An San, South Korea Men’s Team Gold: South Korea Silver: China Bronze: United States Women’s Team Gold: South Korea Silver: Taiwan Bronze: Mexico ARTISTIC GYMNASTICS Team Final Men Gold: ROC Silver: China Bronze: Japan Women Gold: United States Silver: ROC Bronze: China All-Around Men Gold: Nikita Nagornyy, ROC Silver: Sun Wei, China Bronze: Daiki H
The players in profile
Who are 'Roksa' and 'Kepa'? The European champion has been playing 16/17 since the season as they met with a tournament for PES 2017. They shaped a strong duo and won many tournaments together in the Balkan region.
The success brought both only to the FC Nantes Esports and then to the AS Roma, where they have been active since November 2020. The 29-year-old Roksic is the captain of the team. Together with the 26-year-old Slavkovic and the German professional Emiliano 'S-Venom' Spinelli they reached the semi-finals of the Efootball.pro tournament.
No trophies despite strong services
The two esportists are a well-rehearsed team and therefore have been representing the Serbian national team for some time. National and on club levels are played in Efootball although different modes are played - it's "a completely different game." Nevertheless, "helps the extra experience" to show strong achievements in both jerseys.
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It was not enough for long time for titles at a European top level. The culminated in the unfortunate final of the EEURO 2020. After an exciting tournament of scarce victories, Serbia failed in the final clearly to Italy and thus missed another title: "We were always very close to a trophy turn, but nothing happened."
However, the lost finale motivated the team even more for this year's Eeuropamisterschaft: "Now we wanted the title more than ever." With this attitude, they went into the largest European tournament in Efootball.
Outstanding performance in the EEURO 2021
The motivation also showed up on the square. From the beginning, Roksic and Slavkovic showed strong achievements and decided to the semifinals every round sovereign for themselves. Only in the leaks round, they came to stumbling against co-favorite France, which also admits Roksic: "It was a balanced match. Would you have won, we could only congratulate them, because they were better than we are to be honest." But this scarce duel decided Serbia with 2: 1 for himself and moved into the final.
Olympic wake-up call: Canada secures emotional bronze medal, new national records
It was an emotional day in Tokyo on Monday, as Canadians posted national records — and earned a bronze medal in judo for the first time since the London Olympics in 2012.Judoka Jessica Klimkait won the bronze in an explosive performance in the under-57 kilogram event. The reigning world champion from Whitby, Ont., became the first Canadian woman to take home an Olympic medal in judo.
"We do not have to stop here. We are hungry for more trophies and new ones. "(Marko 'Roksa' Roksic and Stefan 'Kepa' Slavkovic)
There they met the exciting Polish team whose young talents playing a fantastic tournament. Although they belong to them "the future of PES", as the Serbian national player in conversation emphasized. Nevertheless, it was clear to you that "we will win".
While particularly Roksic brilliantly brilliantly brilliantly and became the top scorer. But in the final Slavkovi C, which until then had rather behind the expectations, showed his skills. Their experience, real estate and self-confidence showed particularly in this meeting: "We decided the duel through three routine victories."
The first of many titles?
The Serbian selection has impressive the title of eeuropamistership and earned home. The duo emphasizes that this was only the beginning: "We do not have to stop here. We are hungry for further trophies and new ones."
What stands for Roksi C and Slavkovi C next to? Are you also on club level the new stars on the Efootball sky? That's not sure yet. But one thing is clear: "Now everyone knows who 'Roksa' and 'Kepa'."
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White Sox top Brewers 3-1 behind Lynn, avoid sweep .
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Lance Lynn allowed one run over six innings and hit a two-run single to lift Chicago to a 3-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday night as the White Sox avoided a sweep in this series between division leaders. Lynn (10-3) allowed six hits, struck out six and walked none, outdueling Brandon Woodruff in a matchup of All-Star right-handers. Lynn, who lowered his ERA to 1.91, also keyed a decisive three-run second inning with his bat – his first hit since 2017. “They both are winners, so it’s all good,” Lynn said of his pitching and hitting. “A good night. I got lucky, got a hit, drove in two runs, and we won. So that’s all it’s about.