Paris-Nice: the route of the last two stages after the cancellation of the arrival in Nice
The organizers of Paris-Nice announced on Thursday that the stage race could not end in the city of the Alpes-Maritimes due to the confinement. Christian Estrosi, mayor of Nice, unveiled this Friday on France Bleu Azur the new route taken during the last two stages. That of Saturday, which was to start from Nice, will finally start from Broc to join at La Colmiane. On Sunday, the peloton will link Plan du Var to the Pré de Levens (the stage was initially supposed to make a loop around Nice). “The Niçois would not have understood that the cycle race arrives on the Promenade des Anglais while they were confined”, justified the mayor of Nice.
Bensebaini “not 100% sure” of being able to join Algeria
Joined by RMC Sport on Wednesday, Ramy Bensebaini said he was not sure he could join Algeria for the resemblance at the end of March. The president of Borussia Mönchengladbach, Rolf Königs, is not in favor of letting go of his internationals who will have to observe a quarantine on their return to Germany.
“I was not in training Tuesday after taking a blow but apparently the president said that we would not leave (in selection, note), entrusts the former Rennes defender. I still have to do with him. When you go to Africa and come back to Germany, you have to stay ten days in quarantine. That’s what the clubs don’t want. ” “It is not 100% sure” that he can join the Fennecs, he adds. Djamel Belmadi’s men will face Zambia on March 25, then Botswana on March 29 as part of the qualifications for the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations, for which they have already qualified. (NC)
PSG: Gueye should not join Senegal
Like the South Americans, whose intrenational truce was canceled due to the risk of quarantine in the event of selection, PSG should keep another of its internationals in March. Midfielder Idrissa Gueye is unlikely to join Senegal.