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Colombian international player suspended for the third time for drug trafficking

Colombian international player suspended for the third time for drug trafficking  Former Colombian footballer Diego Osorio has been arrested for the third time for drug trafficking, police said Friday. The former left-back was trying to board a flight to the Spanish capital, Madrid, on April 8, from an airport near Medellin, with “1849 grams of cocaine hydrochloride,” according to the police statement to the media.  Airport authorities discovered the drugs in four pairs of sneakers before they arrested Osorio.  But the police did not announce the arrest of the former player until Friday, after a video was leaked to the media showing Osorio, who won the Colombian league title with Atletico Nacional, handcuffed next to an officer in military uniform.  The 52-year-old former player was arrested in 2002 while transporting cocaine to Miami, but was released on bail, and in 2016 he was arrested again in Medellin and later sentenced to house arrest.  Osorio carried the colors of the Colombian national team 17 times in the nineties of the last century, along with the legend Carlos “El Pepe” Valderrama and goalkeeper Rene Higuita.  At the club level, Osorio emerged with Atletico Nacional, winning the Colombian League title twice.            A strange incident in the match between Al Hilal Saudi Arabia and Urawa of Japan  The match between Urawa Red Diamonds of Japan and its guest Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia, in the second leg of the AFC Champions League final, witnessed a strange incident. Al-Hilal club fans transmitted a video of the security men of the "Saitama 2002" stadium, which is hosting the two teams' match now, and they are preventing Al-Hilal fans from raising banners in support of their team, at a time when the Urawa fans were allowed to raise their banners normally, although they contained many provocative phrases for the opposing team. .  The first half of the match ended in a negative tie between the two teams, noting that the first leg, which was held in Saudi Arabia, ended in a positive draw 1-1.            Babar's "Mega Record" with double bang, ends Hashim Amla's 15 year rule  Pakistan vs New Zealand, 4th ODI: In the fourth ODI against New Zealand, Babar Azam scored 107 runs off 117 balls with 10 fours.  Pakistan vs New Zealand, 4th ODI: Now Babar Azam's name is going to remain in the list for a long time.  New Delhi : Pakistan captain Babar Azam (Babar Azam's mega reocrd) made a mega record by scoring the 18th century of his career while playing the best century innings (107, 117 balls, 10 fours) in the fourth ODI against New Zealand at the National Stadium in Karachi on Friday. Left behind giants in ODI history. Along with this, the Pakistan captain has also set such a scale, which will be very difficult for any batsman in the current or next generation to touch. With Babar's century, Pakistan scored 334 for 6 wickets in 50 overs against Kota in the fourth ODI (PAK vs NZ), but even before the result of the match around the world, Babar Azam's double blast is happening. .   In fact, even before the start of the match, all the pundits were eyeing Babar Azam's mega record. And as soon as he took the first ball of the 17th over of the innings bowled by Ish Sodhi towards long-on, Babar Azam became the batsman to score five thousand runs in the shortest innings in ODI history. Went. Before this match, he had to score 19 runs to touch this figure.   However, Babar did a double blast in the match and made his record even more memorable with a century. Babar played 97 innings in his career to complete the feat. Before him, this record was held by Hashim Amla (101 innings) of South Africa for the last several years. Amla made this record on March 9, 2008 against the Windies in Durban. And now after 15 years, Babar has removed Amla from number one position in this matter.  Apart from Hashim, Sir Viv Richards (114 innings), Virat Kohli (114) innings third, Australia's David Warner (115) fourth and England's Joe. Root (116 innings) is at number five. Certainly, this is not only a great achievement of Babar Azam, but it is also such a challenge, to break which even the biggest batsmen of the world will sweat.

Former Colombian footballer Diego Osorio has been arrested for the third time for drug trafficking, police said Friday.
The former left-back was trying to board a flight to the Spanish capital, Madrid, on April 8, from an airport near Medellin, with “1849 grams of cocaine hydrochloride,” according to the police statement to the media.

Airport authorities discovered the drugs in four pairs of sneakers before they arrested Osorio.

But the police did not announce the arrest of the former player until Friday, after a video was leaked to the media showing Osorio, who won the Colombian league title with Atletico Nacional, handcuffed next to an officer in military uniform.

The 52-year-old former player was arrested in 2002 while transporting cocaine to Miami, but was released on bail, and in 2016 he was arrested again in Medellin and later sentenced to house arrest.

Osorio carried the colors of the Colombian national team 17 times in the nineties of the last century, along with the legend Carlos “El Pepe” Valderrama and goalkeeper Rene Higuita.

At the club level, Osorio emerged with Atletico Nacional, winning the Colombian League title twice.





Colombian international player suspended for the third time for drug trafficking  Former Colombian footballer Diego Osorio has been arrested for the third time for drug trafficking, police said Friday. The former left-back was trying to board a flight to the Spanish capital, Madrid, on April 8, from an airport near Medellin, with “1849 grams of cocaine hydrochloride,” according to the police statement to the media.  Airport authorities discovered the drugs in four pairs of sneakers before they arrested Osorio.  But the police did not announce the arrest of the former player until Friday, after a video was leaked to the media showing Osorio, who won the Colombian league title with Atletico Nacional, handcuffed next to an officer in military uniform.  The 52-year-old former player was arrested in 2002 while transporting cocaine to Miami, but was released on bail, and in 2016 he was arrested again in Medellin and later sentenced to house arrest.  Osorio carried the colors of the Colombian national team 17 times in the nineties of the last century, along with the legend Carlos “El Pepe” Valderrama and goalkeeper Rene Higuita.  At the club level, Osorio emerged with Atletico Nacional, winning the Colombian League title twice.            A strange incident in the match between Al Hilal Saudi Arabia and Urawa of Japan  The match between Urawa Red Diamonds of Japan and its guest Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia, in the second leg of the AFC Champions League final, witnessed a strange incident. Al-Hilal club fans transmitted a video of the security men of the "Saitama 2002" stadium, which is hosting the two teams' match now, and they are preventing Al-Hilal fans from raising banners in support of their team, at a time when the Urawa fans were allowed to raise their banners normally, although they contained many provocative phrases for the opposing team. .  The first half of the match ended in a negative tie between the two teams, noting that the first leg, which was held in Saudi Arabia, ended in a positive draw 1-1.            Babar's "Mega Record" with double bang, ends Hashim Amla's 15 year rule  Pakistan vs New Zealand, 4th ODI: In the fourth ODI against New Zealand, Babar Azam scored 107 runs off 117 balls with 10 fours.  Pakistan vs New Zealand, 4th ODI: Now Babar Azam's name is going to remain in the list for a long time.  New Delhi : Pakistan captain Babar Azam (Babar Azam's mega reocrd) made a mega record by scoring the 18th century of his career while playing the best century innings (107, 117 balls, 10 fours) in the fourth ODI against New Zealand at the National Stadium in Karachi on Friday. Left behind giants in ODI history. Along with this, the Pakistan captain has also set such a scale, which will be very difficult for any batsman in the current or next generation to touch. With Babar's century, Pakistan scored 334 for 6 wickets in 50 overs against Kota in the fourth ODI (PAK vs NZ), but even before the result of the match around the world, Babar Azam's double blast is happening. .   In fact, even before the start of the match, all the pundits were eyeing Babar Azam's mega record. And as soon as he took the first ball of the 17th over of the innings bowled by Ish Sodhi towards long-on, Babar Azam became the batsman to score five thousand runs in the shortest innings in ODI history. Went. Before this match, he had to score 19 runs to touch this figure.   However, Babar did a double blast in the match and made his record even more memorable with a century. Babar played 97 innings in his career to complete the feat. Before him, this record was held by Hashim Amla (101 innings) of South Africa for the last several years. Amla made this record on March 9, 2008 against the Windies in Durban. And now after 15 years, Babar has removed Amla from number one position in this matter.  Apart from Hashim, Sir Viv Richards (114 innings), Virat Kohli (114) innings third, Australia's David Warner (115) fourth and England's Joe. Root (116 innings) is at number five. Certainly, this is not only a great achievement of Babar Azam, but it is also such a challenge, to break which even the biggest batsmen of the world will sweat.


A strange incident in the match between Al Hilal Saudi Arabia and Urawa of Japan

The match between Urawa Red Diamonds of Japan and its guest Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia, in the second leg of the AFC Champions League final, witnessed a strange incident.
Al-Hilal club fans transmitted a video of the security men of the "Saitama 2002" stadium, which is hosting the two teams' match now, and they are preventing Al-Hilal fans from raising banners in support of their team, at a time when the Urawa fans were allowed to raise their banners normally, although they contained many provocative phrases for the opposing team. .

The first half of the match ended in a negative tie between the two teams, noting that the first leg, which was held in Saudi Arabia, ended in a positive draw 1-1.




Colombian international player suspended for the third time for drug trafficking  Former Colombian footballer Diego Osorio has been arrested for the third time for drug trafficking, police said Friday. The former left-back was trying to board a flight to the Spanish capital, Madrid, on April 8, from an airport near Medellin, with “1849 grams of cocaine hydrochloride,” according to the police statement to the media.  Airport authorities discovered the drugs in four pairs of sneakers before they arrested Osorio.  But the police did not announce the arrest of the former player until Friday, after a video was leaked to the media showing Osorio, who won the Colombian league title with Atletico Nacional, handcuffed next to an officer in military uniform.  The 52-year-old former player was arrested in 2002 while transporting cocaine to Miami, but was released on bail, and in 2016 he was arrested again in Medellin and later sentenced to house arrest.  Osorio carried the colors of the Colombian national team 17 times in the nineties of the last century, along with the legend Carlos “El Pepe” Valderrama and goalkeeper Rene Higuita.  At the club level, Osorio emerged with Atletico Nacional, winning the Colombian League title twice.            A strange incident in the match between Al Hilal Saudi Arabia and Urawa of Japan  The match between Urawa Red Diamonds of Japan and its guest Al-Hilal of Saudi Arabia, in the second leg of the AFC Champions League final, witnessed a strange incident. Al-Hilal club fans transmitted a video of the security men of the "Saitama 2002" stadium, which is hosting the two teams' match now, and they are preventing Al-Hilal fans from raising banners in support of their team, at a time when the Urawa fans were allowed to raise their banners normally, although they contained many provocative phrases for the opposing team. .  The first half of the match ended in a negative tie between the two teams, noting that the first leg, which was held in Saudi Arabia, ended in a positive draw 1-1.            Babar's "Mega Record" with double bang, ends Hashim Amla's 15 year rule  Pakistan vs New Zealand, 4th ODI: In the fourth ODI against New Zealand, Babar Azam scored 107 runs off 117 balls with 10 fours.  Pakistan vs New Zealand, 4th ODI: Now Babar Azam's name is going to remain in the list for a long time.  New Delhi : Pakistan captain Babar Azam (Babar Azam's mega reocrd) made a mega record by scoring the 18th century of his career while playing the best century innings (107, 117 balls, 10 fours) in the fourth ODI against New Zealand at the National Stadium in Karachi on Friday. Left behind giants in ODI history. Along with this, the Pakistan captain has also set such a scale, which will be very difficult for any batsman in the current or next generation to touch. With Babar's century, Pakistan scored 334 for 6 wickets in 50 overs against Kota in the fourth ODI (PAK vs NZ), but even before the result of the match around the world, Babar Azam's double blast is happening. .   In fact, even before the start of the match, all the pundits were eyeing Babar Azam's mega record. And as soon as he took the first ball of the 17th over of the innings bowled by Ish Sodhi towards long-on, Babar Azam became the batsman to score five thousand runs in the shortest innings in ODI history. Went. Before this match, he had to score 19 runs to touch this figure.   However, Babar did a double blast in the match and made his record even more memorable with a century. Babar played 97 innings in his career to complete the feat. Before him, this record was held by Hashim Amla (101 innings) of South Africa for the last several years. Amla made this record on March 9, 2008 against the Windies in Durban. And now after 15 years, Babar has removed Amla from number one position in this matter.  Apart from Hashim, Sir Viv Richards (114 innings), Virat Kohli (114) innings third, Australia's David Warner (115) fourth and England's Joe. Root (116 innings) is at number five. Certainly, this is not only a great achievement of Babar Azam, but it is also such a challenge, to break which even the biggest batsmen of the world will sweat.

Babar's "Mega Record" with double bang, ends Hashim Amla's 15 year rule

Pakistan vs New Zealand, 4th ODI: In the fourth ODI against New Zealand, Babar Azam scored 107 runs off 117 balls with 10 fours.

Pakistan vs New Zealand, 4th ODI: Now Babar Azam's name is going to remain in the list for a long time.

New Delhi : Pakistan captain Babar Azam (Babar Azam's mega reocrd) made a mega record by scoring the 18th century of his career while playing the best century innings (107, 117 balls, 10 fours) in the fourth ODI against New Zealand at the National Stadium in Karachi on Friday. Left behind giants in ODI history. Along with this, the Pakistan captain has also set such a scale, which will be very difficult for any batsman in the current or next generation to touch. With Babar's century, Pakistan scored 334 for 6 wickets in 50 overs against Kota in the fourth ODI (PAK vs NZ), but even before the result of the match around the world, Babar Azam's double blast is happening. .


In fact, even before the start of the match, all the pundits were eyeing Babar Azam's mega record. And as soon as he took the first ball of the 17th over of the innings bowled by Ish Sodhi towards long-on, Babar Azam became the batsman to score five thousand runs in the shortest innings in ODI history. Went. Before this match, he had to score 19 runs to touch this figure. 

However, Babar did a double blast in the match and made his record even more memorable with a century. Babar played 97 innings in his career to complete the feat. Before him, this record was held by Hashim Amla (101 innings) of South Africa for the last several years. Amla made this record on March 9, 2008 against the Windies in Durban. And now after 15 years, Babar has removed Amla from number one position in this matter.

Apart from Hashim, Sir Viv Richards (114 innings), Virat Kohli (114) innings third, Australia's David Warner (115) fourth and England's Joe. Root (116 innings) is at number five. Certainly, this is not only a great achievement of Babar Azam, but it is also such a challenge, to break which even the biggest batsmen of the world will sweat.

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