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Postpone the Premier League match for Covid-19

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The match between Aston Villa and Newcastle in the 11th round of the Premier League, set to take place on 4 December, has been postponed due to the fact that many visitors are afflicted with nCoV.  According to the Newcastle Club article of 1 December, this squad has several promising cases for nCoV. The final number is not yet statistical […]

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s memorable year

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Since beating the French team in Lisbon, the Portuguese team formally became the former King of the League of Nations.  In terms of success, Ronaldo already has the honor of Scudetto with Juventus to prevent empty-handedness. However the title that Old man has dominated for many years cannot mask the fact that 2020 is a failed year for the Portuguese […]

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Four intense sports are born in New Zealand

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The beautiful natural scenery makes New Zealand a very exciting land for extreme sports. Here are four extreme sports that have been invented in New Zealand. Bungy Bungy hop was invented by AJ Hackett in 1986. The sport then took a massive leap forward for the adventure travel industry in New Zealand. Bungy jumping is also the most common adventure […]

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Cricket in New Zealand – All you Need to Know

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Cricket is one of the most important sports in New Zealand. Below you can read some of the most interesting information about it. History In Reverend Henry Williams’ journal, there are stories of Paihia boys playing cricket on a beach called Horotutu. Charles Darwin himself was a spectator at this game in 1835. The freed slaves of Māori, trained among […]

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