What happened in sports across the world in last 24 hours?

In a major development, Luis Rubiales has been banned by FIFA from all football-related activities for three years, after his non-consensual kiss with Jenni Hermoso. Whereas Max Verstappen became the first Formula One driver to win 16 races after clinching an entertaining Mexico City Grand Prix on Sunday. While in a tragic turn of wickets, American Ice hockey forward Adam Johnson died after an accident during the Nottingham Panthers – Sheffield Steelers game.

Read below to learn details about these top stories and other happenings in the sporting world in the last 24 hours.

Football

Luis Rubiales banned from all football-related activities for three years by FIFA

Luis Rubiales, the former President of Spanish football, has been banned from all football-related activities for three years by FIFA, after Jenni Hermoso, the Spanish women’s football player, filed a legal complaint against him over their non-consensual kiss. The announcement from FIFA, made on Monday, October 30, to ban Luis Rubiales for three years was about him breaching Article 13 of their disciplinary code.

Lyon’s team bus attack causes match against Marseille to be called off

On their way to Stade Velodrome, the team bus of Lyon was attacked by the fans throwing projectiles, which made the officials call off their scheduled match in Ligue 1 against Marseille. The manager of Lyon, Fabio Grosso, apart from his assistant Raffaele Longo, was the worst for wear from the attack, suffering a serious injury in the face, which required 12 stitches to be fixed.

Liverpool showcase support for Luis Diaz during the win against Nottingham Forest

Luis Diaz, who missed their Premier League win for Liverpool at Anfield against Nottingham Forest by 3-0, following the kidnapping of his parents, received support from his teammates during the match. After Diogo Jota put Liverpool in front in the 31st minute, he held up the No. 7 shirt of Luis Diaz, while being surrounded by his teammates, in front of the applauding fans at Anfield.

Arsenal prepare to sell Aaron Ramsdale next summer: Reports

Arsenal are reportedly preparing to sell the English goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale next summer, who is unhappy with his second-string status at the club, as per the sources of Football Insider. The 25-year-old could be moving away from the Emirates Stadium, in search of regular first-team football, which hasn’t been the case since the introduction of David Raya, who has become the No. 1 keeper at the club.

Some major results in football are:

Premier League 2023-24

Manchester United 0-3 Manchester City

Liverpool 3-0 Nottingham Forest

Aston Villa 3-1 Luton Town

West Ham United 0-1 Everton

La Liga 2023-24

Rayo Vallecano 2-2 Real Sociedad

Atletico Madrid 2-1 Alaves

Bundesliga 2023-24

Eintracht Frankfurt 3-3 Borussia Dortmund

Serie A 2023-24

Inter Milan 1-0 Roma

Napoli 2-2 AC Milan

Ligue 1 2023-24

Brest 2-3 Paris Saint-Germain

Lille 2-0 Monaco

Major League Soccer 2023-24

Los Angeles Football Club 5-2 Vancouver Whitecaps FC

Paris is not my goal:  Double Olympic 800m champion Caster Semenya

Double Olympic 800m champion Caster Semenya isn’t aiming to win medals as she wants to continue her legal battle against World Athletics to overturn requirements that female athletes with differences in sexual development (DSDs) medically reduce their testosterone levels. While speaking to Reuters, she said,  “My last chance to win at the Olympics was in 2016 – Paris is not my goal. “It is more about winning my battles against the authorities and me fighting for what is right.

Nottingham Panthers’ Johnson passes away after freak accident

American Ice hockey forward Adam Johnson died after an accident during the Nottingham Panthers – Sheffield Steelers game on Saturday in the Elite Ice Hockey League (EIHL).  Johnson reportedly had his neck cut by a skateblade during the incident and soon was declared dead.

Max Verstappen wins 16th race after Mexican GP triumph

Red Bull’s triple world champion Max Verstappen became the first Formula One driver to win 16 races after clinching an entertaining Mexico City Grand Prix on Sunday. Mercedes’s Lewis Hamilton finished second, with a bonus point for fastest lap, and pole-sitter Leclerc took the third place.

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