Racism against Colombian players, Tiger Woods recovery and other sports news

These are the most important sports news of the week.

Tiger Woods and Sebastian Villa

These were the most relevant sports news of this week. Photos: IG-tigerwoods, IG-sebastian14villa

LatinAmerican Post| Juan Manuel Londoño

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Leer en español: Racismo contra jugadores colombianos, recuperación de Tiger Woods y otras noticias deportivas

Tiger Woods left the hospital

This was reported by the golfer in a press release published on the social networks of his foundation, the Tiger Woods Foundation. In this, Tiger thanked all the health personnel who helped him in his recovery while he was in the hospital. He also assured his fans that "I will work from home to get stronger every day." These are hopeful words for all golf fans.

Daniil Medvedev achieves a milestone in recent tennis history

The 25-year-old player reached a milestone in recent tennis history. With his position of number 2 in the ATP ranking, he became the only man since 2005 not named Federer, Nadal, Djokovic or Murray who has placed in this top-2. This achievement not only shows the dominance of the “big four” of tennis during the last two decades, but also the talent and potential of Medvedev.


Also read: Luis Fernando Muriel: the Colombian star that shines in Europe.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic called up to the World Cup qualifiers

The "stainless" Zlatan Ibrahimovic will once again wear the shirt of the Swedish national team after almost five years of being retired from international appereances. Zlatan was called up by coach Janne Anderson for Sweden's qualifying matches against Georgia and Kosovo. Zlatan confirmed the news himself in networks, with a funny post assuring that it was "the return of God ."

Regrettable: racist comments against Colombians in the Argentine superclásico

"A lot of Colombians in the Superclásico, 5 Colombians on the field. I have nothing against them, but are Colombians cheap that you have to go and find them all in Colombia? And Cardona did not play, because there will be six" commented journalist Pablo Carroza in the program Fútbol Outsider.

Then he added "But what do they want to put together a reggueton band? Fabra, Campuzano, Villa, Carrascal, who uses the shirt that Ortega and 'Beto' Alonso wore, what a shame! And (Santos) Borré , five Colombians in a classic, that they go to play in Bogotá. I have nothing against them, I simply say that there are many ".

The Boca Juniors club released a press release condemning the racist phrases of this presenter. You can read it below.