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US News ASSE, it's getting worse and worse…

19:55  25 october  2020
19:55  25 october  2020 Source:   sports.fr

According to YouGov survey: Fear of infection with coronavirus is increasing

 According to YouGov survey: Fear of infection with coronavirus is increasing © iStockphoto The number of corona infections is currently increasing again sharply. How great is the fear of the Germans of infection? The fear of being infected with the coronavirus has increased according to the YouGov survey. From October 6th to 8th, 2038 people were surveyed.

panoramic_JBAMetzASSE25102020_138 © Supplied by Sports.fr panoramic_JBAMetzASSE25102020_138 And 4 losses in a row for the Greens… Swept by Rennes (0-3), Lens (2-0) and Nice (1-3), AS Saint-Etienne continued with a new defeat on the road to Metz (2-0), Sunday afternoon, as part of the 8th day of Ligue 1. The Greens of Claude Puel therefore continued their descent into hell, weighed down by numerous absences in defense (Kolodziejczak, Moukoudi, Debuchy, Mason, Trauco and Gabriel Silva).

Gallery: ASSE: the calendar for the 2020-2021 season (Onze Mondial)

Dix-septième au classement la saison dernière, Saint-Etienne est passé tout proche de la relégation. La saison prochaine sera donc celle de la reconquête. Découvrez en images le calendrier complet de la saison 2020-2021 de l'ASSE. Impotent Holy! Farid Boulaya thus put the Garnets in front of the scoreboard from the start of the match, with a free kick (5th), and Romain Hamouma, Adil Aouchiche and Denis Bouanga, but also Whabi Khazri in the second half, were unable to create a real opportunity to equalize. The Metz hinge Dylan Bronn-John Boye was imperial. A harmless center finally saw Stéphane defender Alpha Sissoko score against his camp (78th). ASSSE fell to 13th position, while FC Metz led by Frédéric Antonetti climbed to 9th place. The Moselle formation, deprived of its striker Ibrahima Niane, can now count on Vagner Dias, who made his debut this season entering the second half.

"This time, we are not getting stuck": in stations, Parisians are fleeing green .
© THOMAS SAMSON / AFP Containment began in France on Friday. But at the Gare de Lyon in Paris, the inhabitants of the capital continued to leave by train to their place of residence for the weeks to come. “This time, we don't stay stuck for three months in a small apartment and we go back,” explains Julie on Europe 1. Despite on the first day of confinement , Parisians continue to flee the capital.

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