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From football to basketball; golf to rugby, the world of sports continues to make headlines across the globe. Here’s a quick rundown of the major sports news updates from the past week: Football: The UEFA Champions League is set to be resumed in August, and it’s going to be a packed schedule for the teams. The quarter-finals are set to be played from August 12 to 15, followed by the semi-finals on August 18 and 19. The final will be played on August 23 in Lisbon, Portugal.

With some of the best teams in Europe vying for the title, fans can expect some exciting matches in the coming weeks. Meanwhile, the English Premier League has come to an end, with Liverpool crowned as champions. However, the race for the top four spots was intense, with Manchester United, Chelsea, and Leicester City all fighting for a place in next season’s Champions League. In the end, United and Chelsea secured their spots in third and fourth place respectively, with Leicester missing out on the top four despite a final day win over Manchester United.

Basketball: The NBA season is set to resume on July 30, with games being played at Walt Disney World in Florida. All the teams are currently undergoing training and preparing to play in the “bubble” environment where they will live and play under strict health protocols. With the playoffs just around the corner, fans are excited to see how things will play out. Some players have raised concerns about playing under the current conditions, particularly with regards to the social justice movement that has been gaining steam in recent months.

Several players have expressed support for the Black Lives Matter movement and are using The Sun News Today NBA platform to raise awareness about social justice issues. Golf: The PGA Tour has been in full swing, with several events taking place over the past few weeks. The most recent event, the Rocket Mortgage Classic, was won by Bryson DeChambeau, who put on an impressive display of power hitting to claim his fourth career victory. The tour will continue with the Workday Charity Open, which will be held from July 9 to 12.

The event will be played at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio, and will feature some of the biggest names in the world of golf. Rugby: Although the rugby season came to a premature end due to the coronavirus pandemic, plans are underway to resume the sport in the coming months.