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Covid-19: Spain crosses the million case mark, a first in Europe
© Jose Jordan, AFP A couple seated in front of thousands of Spanish flags symbolizing people who have died of the new coronavirus in the country in Valencia on October 4. Country among the most bereaved in Europe, Spain officially became on Wednesday the first EU member to cross the milestone of one million coronavirus cases. To stem the second wave of the epidemic, the country is preparing for new measures. This is a record that Spain would have done well.
Without Toni Kroos in the starting line-up, Real Madrid have taken the lead in the Spanish Primera División for the time being.
Four days after the 2: 2 at Borussia Mönchengladbach in the Champions League, the soccer team of coach Zinedine Zidane achieved a mandatory win against promoted SD Huesca with 4: 1 (2: 0). Eden Hazard (40th minute), Karim Benzema (45th / 90th) and Federico Valverde (54th) scored the goals for Real. David Ferreiro (74.) scored for the relegation candidate to 1: 3 in the meantime. Ex-world champion Kroos came on for Casemiro after 69 minutes.
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Real overtook Real Sociedad San Sebastian in the table for the time being, but they can take over the top position again with a win on Sunday at Celta Vigo. Madrid last won 3-1 at FC Barcelona in the league, but are still waiting for their first win of the season in the premier class.
"Playful at eye level": But the Prussians are not yet bred. .
Although Preußen Münster is one of the leaders of the Regionalliga West in the season after relegation to the third division, the Westphalia have not yet managed to win against their ambitious rivals. Nevertheless, the eagle-bearers do not want to throw in the grain. © imago images Keeping an eye on the top of the table: Maximilian Schulze Niehues, in front Julian Schauerte. After two months of the Regionalliga it is becoming clear where the Prussians are headed.