PSG to Champions semi-finals, Sergio Ramos sick and other sports news

Here the most important sports news of the week

PSG players during the match and Sergio Ramos

These were the most relevant sports news of the week. Photos: IG-psg, IG-sergioramos

LatinAmerican Post| Juan Manuel Londoño

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Sergio Ramos, positive for Coronavirus

This was confirmed on the morning of April 13. The Real Madrid ace is in mandatory isolation and missed Wednesday's game against Liverpool. He joins the long list of Madrid coaches and players who have been victims of the virus, including Raphael Varane, Eden Hazard and coach Zinedine Zidane.

Conmebol announced the donation of 50,000 doses of vaccines for its tournaments

"This is a concrete endorsement by the Chinese firm for the holding of the CONMEBOL Copa América and the other South American football competitions," explained Conmebol in a statement. The vaccines will be destined to the teams participating in first category tournaments, both male and female. With this news, the realization of the Copa América 2021 is guaranteed, since all participants will have a guaranteed dose.

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Denver Nuggets guard Jamal Murray injured knee

The second-best player on one of the best teams in the NBA tore the ACL in his left knee in his game Monday against the Warriors. Murray will miss the playoffs and will have to rehab for at least 9 months. This is dire news for the Nuggets, who rely heavily on Murray as their second choice.

PSG eliminates Bayern Munich from the Champions League

For the first time in the history of the Champions League , the second place of last year eliminates the champion of that same year. With PSG's victory against Bayern Munich without Robert Lewandowski, the French team progresses to the semi-finals of the European competition.

This is an important victory for PSG, which could well be seeing their first Champions League win this year. "It was a great game, even though we lost, we played better," said Neymar, the French team's ace in an interview.

On the other hand, the future of Hans Flick, the Bayern Munich coach, was left in suspense because of this latest result.