1Argentina’s hard-fought win against Egypt

Argentina were in danger of losing 2-0 to Australia in their first match of the group stage of the Tokyo Olympic football event. However, in their second match in the group stage, Messi’s juniors survived the hard-fought 1-0 win over Egypt today.

Egypt, who drew one point with Spain in their first match, may have been on the field to draw against Argentina. And so they have to play defensively. On the other hand, from the beginning of the match, the Argentine team became desperate for a goal. He also made a surprise attack on that target. But they failed to break Egypt’s defense in the first half.

However, in the second half, the juniors of the Copa America champion team got the goal. Argentina took the lead in the 52nd minute of the match. After that, if there are no more goals in the whole match, this team from Latin America left the field with a victory.

2 Farewell message from the Tokyo Olympics

In the qualifying round of the 10m air rifle event shooting at the Rio Olympic Games in 2016, he scored 821.2 and became the 25th out of 50 competitors. This time the score was not touched by the star shooter of Bangladesh Abdullah Hale Bakir. On Sunday afternoon at the Asaka Shooting Range in Tokyo with a rifle in hand, Abdullah Hale finished 41st out of 48 competitors with a score of 719.6. As a result, in the qualifying round of the 10m air rifle shooting at the Tokyo Olympics, he said goodbye to disappointment, worse than Rio. The best 6 shooters of this round will play in the final.

In the qualification round, Abdullah Hale scored 102.6 in the remaining 10 shots of the first series. He scored 103.4 in the second series, 102.9 in the third series, 103.8 in the fourth series, 103.8 in the fifth series and 103.1 in the sixth series. The average score of the remaining 60 shots in six series is 10.33.

Shooter Abdullah Hale Baki was the first Bangladeshi athlete to miss the Tokyo Olympics. According to the rules of the IOC and the host Japan, the dropped athlete and his associates cannot stay in the Games Village for more than two days. As a result, Baki and his coach will leave for Bangladesh in two days.

Athlete Zaheer Raihan is leaving Dhaka for Tokyo on the day of his return to the rest of the country. He will leave for Tokyo with Qatar Airways at 7.15 pm on Sunday. He is accompanied by Coach Abdullah Hale Kafi and Advocate Abdur Rakib Montu, General Secretary of the Athletics Federation as the team leader. Swimming coach Nivedita Das is going to Tokyo on the same plane as their tour companion. They will arrive in Tokyo on Monday. Junaina Ahmed, a London expatriate swimmer from Bangladesh, is also expected to reach Tokyo on the same day. On the other hand, the country’s best swimmer Ariful Islam reached Tokyo five days ago.

3 The presence of the highest woman in history

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – AUGUST 16: Gold medalist Simone Biles of the United States celebrates on the podium at the medal ceremony for the Women’s Floor on Day 11 of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games at the Rio Olympic Arena on August 16, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)


The modern Olympic Games began in 1898. However, the girls had to wait for four more years to take part in this biggest sports event. Women were first allowed to participate in a limited number of events in 1900. Since then, women have participated, but they have lagged far behind male competitors. But this time the presence of Corona-era Olympic women is almost in line with male participation.

The Tokyo Olympic Games started a day ago after overcoming the fear of epilepsy. Where this year’s event touched a great milestone. This year, a total of 49 per cent female athletes are taking part in the ‘Greatest Show on Earth’, which is the highest rate in the history of the Olympics.

The Olympics have come a long way in overcoming gender inequality. Earlier, 45 percent women participated in the Olympics held in Rio. This time it increased by 4 percent.

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has launched 16 new events in this year’s Olympic Games. The way it is going forward will ensure that there is a complete balance. According to the IOC, the Tokyo Olympic Games 2020 became the first gender-equivalent Olympics with 49 percent female competitors.

4 On the Olympic stage, impressing the horrors of the civil war

Although the official opening of the Tokyo Olympics took place last night, the game has started since last Wednesday. Tokyo’s Olympic Village in front of the world-class athletes walk in front of an unoccupied gallery amid the coronavirus epidemic.

Among them, a 12-year-old star got extra attention yesterday. In the first round match of the Table Tennis Championship, Hind Zaza of Syria was fighting against Zia Liu of Austria. With the game then the attraction pulls towards itself.

The story of Jazar reaching the world stage in Tokyo was not easy. Jazar, 12, was born in the Syrian city of Hama. Born into a family of players, Zaza started playing table tennis at the age of five. The practice continues in the local club without any facilities. This small champion wins titles in all age-based competitions.

Jazar was born in 2009 in the city of Hama. The civil war in Syria started in 2011 and is still going on. Despite losing four straight sets, Jazar’s lively presence on the court impressed everyone. After winning the match 11-4, 11-9, 11-3, 11-5, the 39-year-old former European champion greeted his small opponent.

In an interview with the Olympic website, Zaza said, “The Olympics were a big deal. No one expected me to win. Everyone wanted me to play well. I also learned a lot from the rate. I hope we will do better in the next Olympics. ‘
Zaza, a great fan of Harry Potter, wants to be a pharmacist or lawyer in the future. Three-time Olympic champion table tennis legend Ning Dang likes the game very much. “The way I practiced in Syria was very difficult for me,” said Jaza Hamay, who has lost many adults since he was five years old. I wanted to practice on another floor. We didn’t have such a table in our club. ‘

Jaja is optimistic in the midst of the devastation of war and the exhaustion of the war of life. Even though he is 12 years old, he understands the reality of his country. “It’s great that we are able to overcome all obstacles,” he said, adding that an event like the Olympics could give hope to war-torn countries like Syria. We want to show that we have to do something for the country even if the war continues. ‘

In the march past of this year’s Olympics, Jazar had the Syrian flag in his hand. Although he holds the record for the youngest table tennis player in Olympic history, he did not set the record for the youngest Olympian. The youngest Olympic athlete in Olympic records is Dimitrios Laundras of Greece. Laundras, who won bronze in gymnastics at the 1898 Athens Olympics, was only 10 years old.

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