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Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul live fight updates, results, highlights from 2021 boxing exhibition
Sporting News is tracking live fight updates and round-by-round highlights from Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul and the entire undercard. Follow for complete results from the 2021 boxing exhibition. MORE: Explaining the rules for Mayweather vs. Paul Floyd Mayweather vs. Logan Paul live updates, highlights Round 4 (11:18 p.m.): Floyd is just beating Logan up with ease. Nothing to see here. Just end it. Paul eats a right hand and hangs on. Logan Paul is in full survival mode. Round 3 (11:14 p.m.): Paul misses an uppercut that he put his entire soul into. Mayweather closes the distance and Paul ties him up.
Nicolas Roy scored at 1:18 overtime to give the Vegas Golden Knights a 2-1 comeback win over the Canadiens on Sunday at the Bell Centre. It was Montreal’s first loss in five overtime games. Paul Byron scored the game’s first goal at 18:55 of the second period after the Canadiens kill their 26th consecutive penalty. The Canadiens set an NHL playoff record by not allowing a power-play goal in 11 consecutive games. But Brayden McNabb scored at 10:37 of the third period to tie the score at 1-1, setting the stage for Montreal to suffer its first loss in five overtime games.
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The owls Ludwigshafen have missed the third victory in the relegation battle. Competitor HBW Balingen-Weilstetten could not beat any capital. © imago images Rescued Leipzig, the draw: Gregor Remke. Handball Bundesliga On Thursday Ludwigshafen, despite a long leadership did not come beyond a 27:27 (13:13) beyond the DHFK Leipzig, so the team of coach Benjamin Matschke remains on a relegation of relegation. Gregor Remke hit seconds to compensate for the Leipzig.
The Canadiens outshot Vegas 28-19, but they managed to get only one shot — on the breakaway by Paul Byron — past Robin Lehner, who was making only his second start in the playoffs. “They put a lot of effort in, they played the right way,” acting coach Luke Richardson said. “We had a chance to make it 2-0 and 2-1 and we couldn’t capitalize, but the effort was there. Defensively, we created some (and) we carried the play most of the night, so we’re pretty happy with that. We’re confident with the way we’re playing, but any time you lose in overtime, it’s disappointing.”
There was a 911 call at about 7:15 p.m. to report gunshots fired at Prieur St. and de London Ave. When police arrived, they founds no victims or suspects, although they did find evidence of bullets fired at a building and shell casings on the ground. According to initial reports, gunshots were fired from a vehicle at the intersection, but the driver fled before police arrived.
A 911 call made five minutes later at 7:20 p.m. reported gunshots were heard nearby. Two males, age 23 and 35, were injured. Their lives are not in danger. At the intersection of D’Amiens St. and Armand-Laverge Ave. in Montreal North, police located a man with gunshot wounds to the upper body. He was conscious and taken to hospital. A second victim, also wounded by gunshots, went to hospital on his own. According to initial information, bullets were fired from a vehicle that fled before police arrived.
The West Block — Episode 38, Season 10
Watch the full episode of The West Block with host Mercedes Stephenson – June 13, 2021Episode 38, Season 10
Brazil beats 2-1 Colombia after referee's accidental pass .
SAO PAULO (AP) — Brazil beat Colombia 2-1 in a tense Copa America match on Wednesday that featured three extraordinary goals. Colombia opened the scoring in the 10th minute after Juan Cuadrado crossed from the right and found Luis Díaz all alone in the middle of Brazil's penalty box. The striker shot a powerful volley to the right side of goalkeeper Weverton and scored possibly the best goal of the tournament. Colombia then started defending against a Brazil team that barely stopped surrounding its penalty box. It appeared as if Colombia would be able to hold out, until Argentine referee Nestor Pitana's knee came into play.