The first sports newsletter – Prensa Latina

-PSG-Marseille, a major classic with a taste for revenge

Cuba loses its first ever friendly baseball match in Taiwan

– Celtics defeat 76 and remain the leader in the NBA

Manchester United and Newcastle for the Premier League Cup

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Paris, February 26 (Prensa Latina), Paris Saint-Germain (Paris Saint-Germain) and Olympique de Marseille meet today at the end of the 25th round of French football, an important match in the classification and with a taste for revenge for the capitalists.

Once again, Marseille’s Vélodrome will host the much-anticipated duel, as Phocenses eliminated the Parisians on February 8 2-1 in the last 16 of the French Cup, this time with a challenge between the visiting Ligue 1 champions. With 57 points, and the domestic one chasing him with 52.

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NEW TAIPEI, TAIWAN, Feb. 26 (Prensa Latina) The Cuban baseball team opened friendlies in Taiwanese territory with a defeat, today losing two innings to one to professional club Jardiones de Vaubon.

Although the Antilles offense scored nine hits against the meager four opponents, it again showed its scoring difficulties, with the exception of Alfredo Despaigne’s clean-bases home run in the sixth inning.

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Washington, February 26 (Prensa Latina) Today, the Boston Celtics retained first place in the Eastern Conference of Professional Basketball (NBA) in the United States, after an important and controversial victory (110-107) against the Philadelphia 76ers.

His ninth victory in his last 10 games on the field as the Celtics fought off the onslaught of the sub-leading Milwaukee Bucks, posting a 13-game winning streak.

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London, February 26 (Prensa Latina) Today, Wembley Stadium will host the exciting match between Manchester United and Newcastle for the English Football League Cup title.

The encounter represents a great opportunity for both teams, who haven’t added trophies to their showcases in several years, particularly Newscastle, whose last joy dates back to 1969, when they won the now-defunct Fairs Cup.


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