Sport’s return is no longer confined to the weekend and there is plenty of news and a few results to take in this Monday 15 June.
Latest sports news headlines Monday 15 June
Borussia Dortmund coach Lucien Favre insists he will resist the urge to rush Erling Braut Haaland back into the starting side to avoid putting the teenage striker under unnecessary strain.
Galatasaray‘s Uruguayan goalkeeper Fernando Muslera suffered a double leg fracture at the weekend in the club’s first game since matches resumed, the Istanbul giants confirmed Monday.
Hearts launched legal action on Monday after clubs rejected plans to restructure the Scottish Premier League following the decision to end the season.
Mamelodi Sundowns coach Pitso Mosimane says that the Premier Soccer League will need at least three weeks of training before any return.
Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila (TTM) boss Lawrence Mulaudzi has revealed he didn’t intend to buy Wits until the club was offered to him.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder and Aston Villa boss Dean Smith said they were aware the eyes of the world would be on their match when they relaunch the Premier League on Wednesday.
The US Open tennis tournament is to go ahead as planned pending formal government approval, the New York Times reported on Monday.
The World Rally Championship (WRC) is weighing several plans for a September return from its shutdown, the president of the International Automobile Federation (FIA), Jean Todt, said on Monday.
SA Rugby’s hunger alleviation campaign Stronger Together was launched just under a month ago and to date approximately R825,000 has been raised for charity organisations Food Forward SA and Gift of the Givers.
Ireland loose forward CJ Stander says his late hit on former Springbok Pat Lambie still haunts him.
The West Indies are showing signs that they are developing a pace attack that could stand comparison with the great Caribbean sides of the past, assistant coach Roddy Estwick said on Monday.
Latest sports results Monday 15 June
Daniel Berger parred the first playoff hole Sunday to defeat Collin Morikawa and capture the Charles Schwab Challenge, the first US PGA event in three months.
La Liga results on Sunday:
Athletic Bilbao 1 (Muniain 37) Atletico Madrid 1 (Costa 39)
Real Madrid 3 (Kroos 4, Ramos 30, Marcelo 37) Eibar 1 (Bigas 60)
Real Sociedad 1 (Oiarzabal 61) Osasuna 1 (Adrian 29-pen)
Espanyol 2 (Bernardo 45+3, Wu 47) Alaves 0
Celta Vigo 0 Villarreal 1 (Trigueros Munoz 90+1)
Leganes 1 (Rodriguez 84-pen) Valladolid 2 (Unal 2, Alcaraz 54)
Real Mallorca 0 Barcelona 4 (Vidal 2, Braithwaite 37, Alba 79, Messi 90+3)
Granada 2 (Djene 70-og, Fernandez 79) Getafe 1 (Timor 20)
Valencia 1 (Rodrigo 89) Levante 1 (Melero 90+8-pen)
Sevilla 2 (Ocampos 56-pen, Fernando 62) Real Betis 0
Mainz 0 Augsburg 1 (Niederlechner 1)
Schalke 1 (Caligiuri 51-pen) Bayer Leverkusen 1 (Miranda 81-og)
Wolfsburg 2 (Weghorst 14, 27-pen) Freiburg 2 (Hoeler 43, Sallai 46)
Fortuna Duesseldorf 0 Borussia Dortmund 1 (Haaland 90+5)
Hertha Berlin 1 (Piatek 24) Eintracht Frankfurt 4 (Dost 51, Silva 62, 86, Ndicka 69)
Cologne 1 (Cordoba 90+2) Union Berlin 2 (Friedrich 39, Gentner 67)
Paderborn 1 (Sabiri 66) Werder Bremen 5 (Klaassen 20, 39, Osako 34, Eggestein 60, Fuellkrug 90)
Bayern Munich 2 (Zirkzee 26, Goretzka 86) Borussia Moenchengladbach 1 (Pavard 37-og)
Hoffenheim 0 RB Leipzig 2 (Olmo 9, 11)