Emma Sports, your sports space 10.25.2021

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Hello everyone, we start the week talking about the Euroleague basketball games that were played on Friday.

Baskonia 78 – 66 AS Monaco

Barcelona 84 – 58 Zenit St. Petersburg. Barça remains undefeated and leader of the competition.

And we continue with basketball, we move on to the Endesa League which this weekend played its 7th round. The results have been:

Coosur Real Betis 76 – 87 Monbus Cenor Obradoiro

Casademont Zaragoza 79 – 75 Río Breogán

MoraBanc Andorra 75 – 76 Valencia Basket

Lenovo Tenerife 72 – 79 Joventut

Real Madrid 70 – 75 Herbalife Gran Canaria. First defeat for the whites this season.

Urbas Fuenlabrada 90 – 82 Baxi Manresa

Bilbao Basket 87 – 81 Hereda San Pablo Burgos. Bilbao's second consecutive victory.

Unicaja 73 – 75 Barcelona. The Barça that continues without losing is the leader of the table.

UCAM Murcia 80 – 79 Baskonia

Now let's talk about football, we start with the Santander League:

Osasuna 1 Granada 1

Valencia 2 Mallorca 2

Cadiz 0 Alavés 2

Elche 2 Espanyol 2. Elche continues without losing at home.

Athletic 2 Villarreal 1

Seville 5 Levante 3. Great game that was experienced, with this victory Sevilla has achieved 12 points out of a possible 12 at home.

Barça 1 Real Madrid 2. Good game by the whites, Barça continues with its lack of success in goal.

Betis 3 Rayo Vallecano 2

Atlético 2 Real Sociedad 2

Tonight at 9:00 p.m. the last match of the day will be played between Getafe and Celta.

The leader is Real Sociedad with one point ahead of their pursuers, Real Madrid and Sevilla, who have played one game less.

Now let's go with the SmartBank League:

Eibar 2 Cartagena 1

Ibiza 3 Fuenlabrada 1

Sporting 1 Valladolid 2

Malaga 1 Lugo 0

Leganés 1 Tenerife 2

Mirandés 1 Almería 4

Amorebieta 1 Real Sociedad B 2

Burgos 3 Huesca 1

Ponferradina 1 Oviedo 2

Las Palmas 3 Alcorcón 0. Las Palmas remains unbeaten at home this season.

The last match of the day is Girona – Zaragoza which will be played tonight at 9pm.

Almería leads the table.

Now let's go to the world of motors and start with motorcycles, with the Emilia Romagna GP.

In Moto3 Dennis Foggia won, second was Jaume Masia and third was Pedro Acosta. With these positions Acosta has not been able to become champion, he continues to lead, but with only 21 points ahead of Foggia. What it has achieved is for KTM to become champion of the 2021 Team World Championship.

As far as Moto2 is concerned we don't bring good news either. Raúl Fernández fell so he did not score. The race was won by Sam Lowes, second was Augusto Fernández and the podium was completed by Arón Canet who, being able to fight for victory, ran out of gas in the last corner and reached the finish line thanks to inertia.

In MotoGP we already have the 2021 World Champion and it is none other than the 22-year-old Frenchman Fabio Quartararo. With the fall of Pecco Bagnaia when he was leading the race, and with less than 5 laps to go, Fabio was proclaimed champion by leading Pecco in the table by 52 points and with only 50 to go. Marc Márquez won the race, followed by his teammate Pol Espargaró, Pol's first podium with Honda, and third was Enea Bastianini, who with this result is closer to being crowned rookie of the year since Jorge Martín also fell and did not score.

CONGRATULATIONS to Fabio, the well-deserved winner of the championship.

And we ended up talking about F1 where the victory went to Max Verstappen, second was Hamilton and third was Checo Pérez.

With this victory Max leads the table with 12 points ahead of Hamilton with 5 races remaining.

Sainz finished seventh while Fernando Alonso had to abandon with 7 laps to go due to a broken rear wing. Alonso was the protagonist of the race's controversy; three identical maneuvers, three overtaking using the outside of the track and three different sanctions by the FIA.

And that's all for today, more friends tomorrow.