Topics : Local governments have the power to set fines for transgressors, with city officials in Berlin saying their fines would be as high as 500 euros. Similar announcements have come from across Germany’s 16 states.Hesse, home to finance hub Frankfurt, and North Rhine-Westphalia both promised penalties of up to 200 euros for people who gather in groups of more than two.Bavaria, Germany’s largest state, has been the worst affected by the coronavirus so far, with more than 18,000 cases. Germans risk being fined up to 500 euros ($540) for standing too close to each other from Friday as officials crack down on people flouting rules brought in to control coronavirus.Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government has ordered people not leave their homes unless they have an exceptional reason such as grocery shopping, exercise or medical appointments.Gatherings of more than two people are banned and a distance of at least 1.5 meters must be kept from others at all times. There, people who stand less than 1.5 meters apart risk being fined 150 euros. Queues of people standing far apart have become a common sight outside German supermarkets and pharmacies, with many sticking down tape to mark where people should stand on the pavement.However, German police have also reported numerous violations of the rules.Germany has recorded over 79,000 cases of the novel coronavirus, according to the Robert Koch Institute for disease control.A total of 1,017 people have died.
New Delhi: Oshada Fernando was the star performer in the third Twenty20 International between Pakistan and Sri Lanka from the Gaddafi stadium in Lahore. His 78 off 48 balls, which included eight fours and three sixes helped Sri Lanka reach 147/7 and Wanindu Hasaranga’s three wickets helped Sri Lanka, without their key stars, win the match by 13 runs and sweep the series 3-0. It was a fantastic effort by Sri Lanka but Pakistan’s embarrasment continued not just on the field but off it. During the post-match presentation ceremony, former Pakistan cricketer Ramiz Raja was interviewing Fernando after he received an effort. Since Fernando’s English is very weak, he requested a translator. When he asked the first question, “Whether this is your best knock ever?”. Fernando replied, “Yes.” Ramiz mistakingly pointed the mick at the translator who replied, “He did say yes.” Ramiz realised the mistake and embarrasingly took the mick back. Twitter had a field day with Ramiz’s faux pas, with Ravichandran Ashwin, the India offspinner tweeting “Good morning.” For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Lmao morning!! https://t.co/BlICuGcJPv— Ashwin Ravichandran (@ashwinravi99) October 10, 2019Speaking after the end of the match, Pakistan’s head coach and chief selector Misbah ul Haq said there was a problem with the country’s cricket system. “This series has been an eye-opener for us and everyone else. These same players have been around for a while now. More or less the same team which made us number one and has been playing together for around three to four years now,” Misbah said. Also Read | Imam ul Haq ton, Shaheen Afridi 6/35 give Pakistan bittersweet win vs Bangladesh in World Cup 2019The pressure of the loss told on Misbah, who veered from sarcasm to anger in the entire press conference. The 46-year-old, who retired from all forms of cricket in 2017, took the blame of the entire series loss on himself. Also Read | Shakib Al Hasan continues to smash records in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019″Yes, I take responsibility for the series defeat. It is very disappointing and we played poorly. But this is same team which made us number one. Same players who have been playing for around three years. If you want to blame me, fine. I have been just 10 days on the job and yes about changes, I asked a right hand batsman to start batting left-handed and told a left-hand bowler to start bowling right-hand, right. Only the wicketkeeper is not playing well, the rest of the 10 players are doing so well,” Misbah said, also stating that the media needed to think and write.
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The group stage of World Cup 2018 is now over and we saw plenty of goals, and now it’s time for the knockout phase to begin.And a selection of superstars are aiming to leave their mark on the tournament and end it as top scorer and winner of the Golden Boot. 9 England star Harry Kane and Portugal hero Cristiano Ronaldo both hit hat-tricks in the group stages, while Romelu Lukaku is chasing the duo down thanks to his four strikes in two games.But who are favourites with bookmakers to win the Golden Boot? Check out the latest odds below. 2. Romelu Lukaku (currently on four goals) is 5/1 to win the Golden Boot at World Cup 2018 4. Neymar (currently on two goals) is 12/1 to win the Golden Boot at World Cup 2018 9 5= Edinson Cavani (currently on three goals) is 25/1 to win the Golden Boot at World Cup 2018 9 9 5= Edinson Cavani (currently on three goals) is 25/1 to win the Golden Boot at World Cup 2018 9 9 9 1. Harry Kane (currently on five goals) is 5/6 favourites to win the Golden Boot at World Cup 2018 9 9 Colombia star James Rodriguez won the World Cup Golden Boot in 2014. 8. Philippe Coutinho (currently on two goals) is 50/1 to win the Golden Boot at World Cup 2018 3. Kylian Mbappe (currently on three goals) is 8/1 to win the Golden Boot at World Cup 2018 7. Luis Suarez (currently on two goals) is 40/1 to win the Golden Boot at World Cup 2018 Odds from SunBets are correct as of 09:00 on Tuesday, July 3talkSPORT will be with listeners all day and all night at this year’s 2018 FIFA World Cup™ with over 800 hours of World Cup content and all 64 games live across the talkSPORT network.