Diatta scores to help Club Brugge extend unbeaten run against 10-man Royal Antwerp

Diatta scores to help Club Brugge extend unbeaten run against 10-man Royal Antwerp

The Senegal international found the back of the net for the seventh time this season as the Blue and Black secured victory at Bosuilstadion. Krepin Diatta was on the scoresheet in Club Brugge’s 2-0 victory over Royal Antwerp in Sunday’s Belgian First Division A game. The midfielder played his 13th game of the season for the Jan Breydel Stadium outfit and made a significant impact in the encounter. The Senegal international registered his seventh goal of the season to ensure his side extended their unbeaten run.

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Leaders to push Brexit trade talks beyond latest deadline

Leaders to push Brexit trade talks beyond latest deadline

London and Brussels agreed on Sunday (13 December) to more talks on an elusive trade agreement, even though they still have a long way to go to avert a turbulent ‘no deal’ exit for Britain from the European Union’s orbit at the end of the month. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the president of the EU’s executive Commission, Ursula von der Leyen gave negotiators a Sunday deadline to find a way to resolve an impasse on arrangements that would guarantee Britain zero-tariff and zero-quota access to the EU’s single…

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Belgium’s TOP-20 cars of 2020

Belgium’s TOP-20 cars of 2020

The Volkswagen Golf tops the list of Belgium’s top 20 cars of 2020 after the worst year for new car sales in over 20 years, according to automobile federations Febiac, Traxio and Renta. The Golf is trailed by the Renault Clio and the Mercedes A Class, the Volvo XC40 and the Skoda Octavia. The Citroën C3, Peugeot 208, Renault Captur, Volkswagen Polo and BMW X1 make up the remaining part of the top 10. These cars are followed by the Opel Corsa, BMW 1 series, Hyundai Tucson, BMW 3 series…

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Everyone will suffer minor side effects from Covid-19 vaccination

Everyone will suffer minor side effects from Covid-19 vaccination

All people will experience some minor side effects from being vaccinated against Covid-19 once the vaccine is on the market, health officials said during a press conference on Monday. The clinical studies have shown that these are often mild side effects immediately after the vaccination took place, according to virologist and interfederal Covid-19 spokesperson Steven Van Gucht. “It is quite normal for the skin or the place of injection to feel a little hard and swollen, and to feel slightly flu-like for a few days after administering the vaccine,” he…

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