Tragic news: the death of an international player during a football match

Tragic news: the death of an international player during a football match

Ghanaian Rafael Dumin, a player for the “Egnatia” team, died after suffering a heart attack during his team’s match against the “Partizani” club, in the thirteenth round of the Albanian football league.

Rafael Duamin, 28 years old, collapsed on the field in the 24th minute, after losing consciousness. He was taken to the hospital, after providing him with initial medical aid, but he died on the way.

Rafael Duamin joined the ranks of the “Ignatia” club on January 1, 2023, coming from Zurich, Switzerland, and scored 11 goals in 18 matches. He also previously defended the colors of Swiss, Austrian, Danish and Spanish clubs.

The Ghanaian player participated in 8 matches with his country’s national team, during which he scored two goals, the last of which was on August 9, 2018.

Press reports indicated that the English club, Brighton, refused to sign Rafael Dumin in 2017, due to his suffering from heart problems, and he had also previously been advised by some doctors to retire, but he continued to play and died while playing with a device in his heart.

“Hand of Stone” Pereira defeats Prokhazka by knockout

Czech Irje Prokhazka suffered a crushing defeat against his Brazilian challenger, Alex Pereira, in the fight that brought them together on Sunday morning, within the “UFC 295” mixed martial arts (MMA) tournament.
Alex Pereira was able to defeat the Czech fighter by knockout in the second round of the main fight, which brought them together within the tournament, in Madison Square Garden in New York City.

The Brazilian fighter won the title of UFC champion, which became vacant after the injury of American title holder Jamal Hill.

Alex Pereira (36 years old) achieved his ninth victory during his professional career so far, compared to two losses.

While Irgi Prokhazka, 34 years old, suffered his fourth defeat in his professional career so far, compared to 29 victories and one draw.

Moroccan Wydad concedes a historic African title

Moroccan club Wydad failed to win the title of champion of the first edition of the African Football League, following its defeat by its host Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa (0-2) in the return match, today, Sunday.
The goals of the hosts were scored by striker Peter Shalulile and defender Aubrey Modiba, in the 45th and 52nd minutes, respectively, of the match that took place at Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Pretoria, South Africa.

Mamelodi Sundowns Club thus compensated for its loss to Wydad Athletic Club (1-2) in the first leg that brought them together last Sunday, at Mohammed V Stadium in Casablanca.

Mamelodi Sundowns Club entered as the first winner of the CAF Champions League title.

Bastianini is the Malaysian MotoGP champion, Bagnaia is still at the top of the standings

Jakarta : A surprise came from the Sepang International Circuit, where not Francesco Bagnaia (Ducati Lenovo) or Jorge Martin (Prima Pramac), but Enea Bastianini (Ducati Lenovo) emerged as champion of the Malaysian MotoGP, Sunday.

This was Bastianini's first MotoGP win this season, after having to struggle with injuries and miss a number of important rounds.

Regarding the course of the race, Bagnaia, who is the Malaysian MotoGP polesitter, immediately accelerated, before Martin finally overtook him for a moment until Bastianini took the leading position from the two leaders of the standings.

Bastianini continued to appear dominant from the start of the opening lap to the end of the race, and was never overtaken by the other strong racers behind him.

The racer nicknamed "The Beast" also ensured a solid comeback and was far ahead of Malaysian MotoGP Sprint champion Alex Marquez and Bagnaia — last year's Malaysian MotoGP champion.

“I feel this is the best thing. I'm very tired, but mentally and in my heart I feel 100 percent, especially after such a tough season. "My friends and team always support me and I am very grateful because they make me not give up," said Bastianini in a short interview after the race.

Also read: Bagnaia's qualifying score is a determining factor in performance at the Malaysian GP.

Finishing in second place was Alex Marquez (Gresini Racing) with a margin of 1.535 seconds. "I myself didn't think I could do what I did today, especially from a physical perspective (still recovering from injury)," said Alex Marquez.

Meanwhile, Bagnaia secured the final podium in Malaysia after being 3.562 seconds behind his teammates, and is still at the top of the standings this season with a total of 412 points.

“I had a problem with the brakes, tried to catch Alex (Marquez) but because there was a problem it made it even more difficult. "But, however, I feel happy with today's race," said Bagnaia.

On the other hand, the biggest competitor for the world title this season, Martin, finished in P4 with a time of 10.526 seconds from Bastianini. He is still in second place in the standings and is 14 points adrift of Bagnaia.

While completing the top five, there was Fabio Quartararo (Monster Energy Yamaha) who neatly took the position from Marco Bezzecchi (Mooney VR46) in the last lap of the race.

Meanwhile, the next round of MotoGP this season will continue in Qatar next week, before the series finally closes in Valencia.
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