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According to the introduction, the fourth quarter of 2021 will host the first global international tournament of League of Legends. In 2022, the League of Legends mobile game will officially launch its first official season.
Riot Games said that we will learn from a decade of experience in League of Legends esports competitions, while also researching what makes the mobile community special to make the game unique and appealing to League veterans and newcomers alike.On May 4, Beijing time, Serie A Roma Football Club officially announced that Mourinho will be the new coach of the team and will take office next season.
The two sides signed a three-year contract that will run until June 30, 2024.In the early morning of May 5th, Beijing time, the second round of the 2020/21 UEFA Champions League semi-finals was held at the Etihad Stadium. Manchester City beat Paris Saint-Germain 2-0 at home, Mahrez scored twice, Di Maria Got a red card. Manchester City advanced to the Champions League final for the first time with a total score of 4-1.
It is worth mentioning that this is the first time Manchester City has reached the Champions League final in its 51-year history.According to Xinhua News Agency, Ingo Froberser, a German sports medicine expert and director of the Sports Training and Health Center of the German Sports University (Cologne), said in an interview with DPA on the 4th that after athletes contract the new crown virus, their careers may be affected for a long time. Most of the football world "understates" this in terms of commercial interests.
Froberser, 64, is a well-known expert in sports rehabilitation intervention in Germany. He has published many books and participated in the recording of German TV 1 "Morning Magazine" for many times. In his view, the impact of an athlete's infection varies from person to person. "What is clear is that if the virus hits key organs such as the lungs and heart, it could lead to long-term inability for athletes to train or even end their careers."Froberser said: "Athletes who resume high-intensity training prematurely after infection may cause extensive damage. Although there is still a lack of systematic and complete data, the frequent fatigue and bone discomfort of athletes after infection will affect training and performance. The effect could last a year."