The second sports newsletter – Prensa Latina
London, February 26 (Prensa Latina) Chelsea continued the day without raising their heads in the English Premier League, losing 0-2 to Tottenham, their arch-rivals from London, in the 25th round.
Goals from Oliver Skip and Harry Kane condemned Graham Potter’s men to a sixth match without a win in all competitions and they remained 10th in the Premier League with 31 points, 26 behind leaders Arsenal.
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Marseille, France, February 26 (Prensa Latina) Mexican tennis duo Santiago Gonzalez and Frenchman Edouard Roger-Vasselin today won the Marseille tournament, defeating locals Nicolas Mahut and Fabrice Martin 4-6, 7 in the final. -6 (7/4) and 10-7.
The winning pair, seeded top, had a 62 percent initial serve effectiveness, somewhat better than the 59ers of the losers, and made a break in four chances.
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Dubai, February 26 (Prensa Latina) Belgian cyclist Remco Evenpoul won today the fifth edition of the UAE Tour, and finished second in the seventh stage, which was held between Hazaa Bin Zayed Stadium and Jebel Hafeet Hill.
Evenepoel, of the Soudal-Quick Step team, finished 10 seconds behind Britain’s Adam Yates (UAE), who needed 3:29.42 hours to win the final segment, a distance of over 153 kilometres.
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WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 (Prensa Latina) Today, the NBA begins life as crucial days for teams’ aspirations to qualify for the season’s playoffs.
While the Boston Celtics, Milwaukee Bucks, and Philadelphia 76ers all seem to have a guaranteed ticket into the Eastern Conference, others like the Cleveland Cavaliers, Brooklyn Nets, and New York Knicks just can’t afford to skate.
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