Too Many Victories

First of all, the most important and biggest match of this week, which is played between Chelsea and Liverpool, went down in history as one of the most exciting matches of the Premier League. In the first half of the match, Liverpool gained the upper hand against their arch-rival Chelsea with a classy goal scored by Senegalese star Sadio Mane in the 9th minute. Right after, in the 26th minute, Liverpool dominated for the second time with the perfect goal of Mohamed Salah, who is the best player to play active football according to some and who has crowned the heart of the whole world with his Muslim identity. Croatian Kovacic sent the ball into the net like a rocket and Chelsea fans made the stadium groan with this magnificent goal of Kovacic. Shortly before the end of the match, young American Pulusic aired the nets at 45+1, and thus Chelsea achieved a draw at the end of the first half. Although there were critical positions in the second half of the match, neither side could score a goal and the match ended in a draw.

Real Madrid faced Getafe away in Spanish La Liga. Getafe won 1-0 in the match that brought the two Madrid teams to face to face. Enes Ünal scored the goal that brought the victory to his team in the 9th minute. Enes, who took advantage of the emptiness of the opposing defense, stole the ball while Militao wanted to pass back and managed to defeat the goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois. Enes, who took the field in the first 11 against Real Madrid, was replaced by Jakup Jankto in the 83rd minute. Enes, who has performed successfully in Getafe for the last 1 month, has aired rival networks 6 times in the league this season. Winning 1-0, Getafe made 18 points and found itself in 16th place. Real Madrid, on the other hand, continued to lead with 46 points and suffered their second defeat in the league this season.

Competing in the Turkish Şehitkamil Arena Interclub Short Course Junior and Open Age Swimming Championships held in Gaziantep, 24-year-old Fenerbahce national swimmer Emre Sakçı achieved a time of 24.95 in men's 50 meters breaststroke and finished the race in the first place, breaking the world record with this rating. . Emre Sakçı, who improved the world record of 25.25 held by Belarusian Ilya Shymanovich, became the new owner of the world record. Fenerbahçe's record-breaking swimmer Emre Sakçı achieved another important success at the Senior European Short Course Swimming Championship held in Kazan, Russia, in November. Fenerbahce swimmer came second in the 50m breaststroke final with a time of 25.39 and won a silver medal.

 

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