Sports News Summary: Report: Padres sign RHP veteran Julio Tehran; Tennis-Auger-Aliassime shone as Canada won its first Davis Cup title and more

The following is a brief summary of current sports news.

Report: Padres sign RHP veteran Julio Tehran

The San Diego Padres signed right-hand man Julio Tehran to a minor league deal, MLB Network reported Sunday. The two-time All-Star can earn up to $6 million in the majors under the terms of the contract, per reports.

Tennis-Auger-Aliassime shone as Canada won its first ever Davis Cup title

Canada won their first Davis Cup title on Sunday after Felix Auger-Aliassime beat Australia’s Alex de Minaur 6-3 6-4 to give them a 2-0 lead in Malaga, Spain. The world number six once again demonstrated his immense talent as he hit 16 winners to five and enjoyed the cheers of his compatriots as he hit a killer forehand to claim the title.

Soccer-US Soccer briefly removed the emblem from the Iranian flag to show support for protesters

The United States Soccer Federation is temporarily flying Iran’s national flag on social media without the Islamic Republic’s emblem in solidarity with protesters in Iran ahead of the two teams’ World Cup match on Tuesday. A now-deleted Group B standings chart posted on Saturday on US Soccer’s official Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts features the Iranian flag in green, white and red only.

Football-Germany brought their World Cup campaign to life in a draw with Spain

Germany gave themselves hope of avoiding an embarrassing early exit from the World Cup when they drew 1-1 with Spain on Sunday with Niclas Fuellkrug scoring an 83rd-minute equalizer in just his third appearance for his country. The result leaves the four-time world champions facing a must-win game against Costa Rica on Thursday, and also means Spain are yet to book a ticket out of Group E. Japan and Costa Rica could also qualify.

Report: White Sox agree to 1 year contract with RHP Mike Clevinger

Right-hander Mike Clevinger completed his return to the American League Central on Sunday after he agreed a deal with the Chicago White Sox, several outlets reported. The MLB Network reported it was a one-year deal for the former Cleveland and San Diego starter with a salary of “over $8 million.”

Free agent WR Odell Beckham Jr. removed from the flight

Free agent wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. removed from the flight Sunday morning, Miami-Dade Police said. Officers responded to a medical emergency aboard an American Airlines flight bound for Los Angeles at Miami International Airport at around 9:30 a.m. after the crew became concerned about Beckham.

The Belgium-Morocco World Cup match sparked riots in Brussels, dozens of people were arrested

Belgian police detained a dozen people and made one arrest on Sunday after Morocco’s World Cup win over Belgium in Qatar sparked rioting in Brussels with a car and several electric scooters set on fire. Riots broke out at several venues across the Belgian capital where dozens of football fans, some wearing Moroccan flags, clashed with riot police with water cannon and tear gas.

Soccer-Uruguay is wary of Portugal but hopes to repeat its 2018 feat

Uruguay want a better performance against Portugal in their second World Cup match and are looking to repeat their win over a European side at the 2018 tournament, coach Diego Alonso said on Sunday. “About what happened four years ago, it’s a different game, we have different players, it’s going to be a completely different game,” said Alonso.

Football-Analysis-Germany is back to basics to get back on track at the World Cup

Any job is made easier when you use the right tools, and on Sunday the injured Germany came from the World Cup ropes to come from behind in their Group E clash with Spain to earn a priceless 1-1 draw and boost the odds. them to reach the knockout stage. phase. The opening match defeat by Japan was hardly expected for this game at Al Bayt Stadium.

The Croatian football school that talks trash in Canada

After their opening loss to Belgium, coach John Herdman boldly predicted that Canada, who have never won a World Cup game or even scored a goal, would “beat Croatia” to become the 2018 finalists. After being thrashed 4-1 by 12th-placed Croatia on Sunday , Andrej Kramaric, who scored a brace for the win, summed up the result: “In the end Croatia showed who made it”.

(With input from the agency.)

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